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Abstract

Summary

An improved, matching pursuit based high definition frequency decomposition method has been introduced to meet the challanges of broad bandwidth seismic data. It is largely sensitive to the finely separated thin events, yet it also has an enhanced frequency resolution and lateral consistency.

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2015-05-11
2020-05-26
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