Abstract

The basic elements of a time-resolution method of performing reflection seismograph computations have been published previously. The purpose of this paper is to present additional material to show how, by varying the spacing between shot-points on the time cross-section, the method may be made to give results comparable to various standard techniques and to describe the corresponding time method of handling cross-spread data. An additional example showing actual cross-sections computed by the method is included.

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