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Abstract

Measurements of attenuation (or Q) are frequently made from VSP data. Unfortunately, whatever method of estimation is chosen, the statistics of the Q estimates are poor. To achieve low variance, a large depth interval must be used, leading to poor resolution. This in turn produces a high bias in the estimates. The optimal depth range for estimation is thus a trade-off between variance and bias .

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1992-06-01
2020-04-05
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