Abstract

In recent years the application of the Hartley transform, originally introduced by Hartley (1942), has gained importance in seismic signal processing and interpretation (Saatcilar et al., 1990, 1992). The Hartley transform is similar to the Fourier transform but is computationally much faster than even the fast Fourier transform (Bracewell, 1983; Bracewell et al., 1986; Sorensen et al., 1985; Pei and Wu, 1985; Duhamel and Vetterli, 1987; Zhou, 1992). Surprisingly, we have not seen a clear definition of the 2-D Hartley transform in the published literature.

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