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Theory of Daylight/Interferometric Imaging: Tutorial

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Gerard T. Schuster
Gerard T. Schuster
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Published:
January 01, 2008

Abstract

I present the general theory of interferometric imaging (II). Interferometric imaging is any algorithm that inverts crosscorrelated data for the reflectivity or source distribution. As examples, I show that II can be used to image arbitrary reflectivity distributions by migrating ghost reflections in passive seismic data, and II generalizes the receiver-function imaging method used by seismologists, II can be used to migrate free-surface and peg-leg multiples in CDP data. I also show how source distributions can be imaged from passive seismic data.

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Society of Exploration Geophysicists Geophysics Reprint Series

Seismic Interferometry: History and Present Status

Kees Wapenaar
Kees Wapenaar
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Deyan Draganov
Deyan Draganov
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Johan O.A. Robertsson
Johan O.A. Robertsson
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Society of Exploration Geophysicists
Volume
26
ISBN electronic:
9781560801924
Publication date:
January 01, 2008

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