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Techniques for the deconvolution of seismic signals

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1 Author(s)
Crump, N.D. ; Atlantic Richfield Company, Dallas, Texas

It is commonly assumed that a reflected seismic signal consists, at least in part, of a convolution of the earth reflectivity function with a propagating "wavelet". The purpose of "deconvolution" is to separate the wavelet from the reflectivity function, or to at least change the form of the wavelet to one which is more desirable. This paper describes methods which have been applied or proposed for the deconvolution of seismic signals recorded for geophysical exploration purposes.

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Decision and Control including the 14th Symposium on Adaptive Processes, 1975 IEEE Conference on

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10-12 Dec. 1975