Blind deconvolution

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In electrical engineering and applied mathematics, blind deconvolution is deconvolution without explicit knowledge of the impulse response function used in the convolution. This is usually achieved by making appropriate assumptions of the input to estimate the impulse response by analyzing the output.

Blind seismic deconvolution is the recovery of reflectivity sequence from the seismic records, when the seismic wavelet is unknown.


Two stage blind deconvolution ( A research article by Md. Mafijul Islam Bhuiyan & Mauricio D. Sacchi from University of Alberta at Integration Geoconvention 2013 magazine )

And, copied from WPD