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Abstract

Summary

We propose a fast algorithm based on the chirp z-transform for the implementation of the frequency-domain forward/inverse time-invariant Radon transforms (linear and parabolic RTs), which is significantly faster than the traditional direct computation.

Numerical tests using simulated data confirm high efficiency of the proposed algorithm for processing large-scale seismic data.

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2017-06-12
2020-07-04
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