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Abstract

In common-reflection-surface (CRS) imaging the reflection arrival time field is parameterized by a kinematic description of the recorded wavefield. Using the CRS approach locally in the unmigrated prestack data domain opens a potential for trace regularization and interpolation. The presented CRS interpolation operates in the original prestack data domain and accounts for irregular geometries. A distinction to existing methods is the use of local operators of the second order which are less sensitive to aliasing but imply a considerable increase of the computational expense.

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2009-06-08
2021-10-25
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