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Abstract

The Common-Reflection-Surface (CRS) stacking technique provides a powerful time domain imaging especially in case of complex geology data with low signal-to-noise ratio. The macro-model approach does on principle save the effort to produce a macro-model. However, the method allows as well the input of a velocity model as a guide function, which is automatically improved. A coarse initial velocity model is helpful especially in case of strong multiple wavefields.

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2003-08-31
2020-10-23
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