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Abstract

Wide-azimuth datasets allow us to incorporate more dimensions into data regularisation. Using a multi-dimensional Fourier transform that handles irregular data we can either output traces on a regular grid or interpolate additional source and receiver lines. This allows us to fill holes more effectively and regularise in the offset and azimuth directions whilst preserving AVO and AVAz. Data examples show an improvement in continuity and accurate reconstruction of missing data.

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2009-02-22
2021-07-31
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