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Summary

This paper is devoted to solving the problem of correction of the amplitudes of a seismic signal for the effects associated with the passage of a wave through a gas deposit. A technique is proposed for compensating the amplitudes of seismic recording during the processing of seismograms in the time domain. To solve the problem, it is proposed to amplify or attenuate the amplitudes passing through the inhomogeneity of waves based on a given effective model of inhomogeneity. The model used for the prediction of recording distortions is calculated on the basis of information on the velocities of the CDP and the traced reflection horizons of the seismic section

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2018-09-10
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