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Abstract

Geophysical horizons are of interest to the interpreter as an indicator of geological boundaries and structures. As such, they are also important for accurately obtaining the earth's velocity model. Horizon picking is still commonly done by hand, a process which is error-prone and time consuming. Attempts to automate the process are hindered by the absence of a clear, robust and universal picking algorithm.

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1991-05-28
2020-08-12
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