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Time processing technologies in the seismic exploration industry

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RNTW04 - Synergistic workshop on Rich and Nonlinear tomography aimed at drawing together all strands of both methods and applications with new insights

While depth imaging is the ultimate goal of seismic processing, the biggest computational efforts in the industry are often spent on processing the measurements in the time domain. Time processing technologies aim to enhance the seismic signal of interest and to eliminate various forms of noise, either coherent or incoherent, occurring in nature or resulting from acquisition limitations. This talk describes some of the perturbations affecting seismic data that are typically not represented in the models used for imaging and inversion. The methods to eliminate the effects of such perturbations will also be introduced.

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