A seismic image contains rich structural and stratigraphic information, which is indicated by geometric features apparent in the image. Various types of seismic geometric attributes, including reflection slope/dip and azimuth, reflection coherence or semblance, curvature, flexure, continuity, divergence/parallelism/convergence, have been proposed and widely used to assist in highlighting, extracting, and interpreting the seismic structural and stratigraphic features. Reflection slopes are widely used as structural constraints to guide horizon tracking, well-log interpolation, smoothing, and geophysical inversion. Coherence, curvature, flexure, and continuity/discontinuity are widely used for interpretation of seismic faults, fractures, and channels. Divergence, parallelism, or convergence can be effectively used to...

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