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Abstract

Summary

We present a new seismic acoustic impedance inversion method to improve the accuracy in the estimation of seismic impedances. In order to better recover the reflectivity amplitudes, we employing a non-convex deconvolution algorithm. In a simulated synthetic experiment, we compare the results of the proposed method with the methods, which use the most current deconvolution algorithms, i.e. the Weiner and sparse l1 deconvolutions. We show that the proposed method outperforms these custom methods to obtain acoustic impedances.

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2014-06-16
2020-04-08
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