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### Abstract

Prestack depth migration is considered to be the most essential process for imaging the subsurface, especially if complex structures are involved (Berkhout and Van Wulfften Palthe, 1979). A true amplitude migration approach is needed if also litho-stratigraphic information is required. In this paper a generalized migration technique is discussed that reveals per depth point a vector, representing the angle dependent reflection properties. The second step is the subsequent linearized inversion of this reflection information.

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