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A particular physical model (Figure [[Dictionary:Fig_F-24|F-24]]) used extensively for demonstrating 3D aspects of seismic data and for testing migration algorithms. See French (1974).
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A particular physical model (Figure [[Dictionary:Fig_F-24|F-24]]) used extensively for demonstrating 3D aspects of seismic data and for testing migration algorithms. See French (1974)<ref>{{cite journal|last1=French|first1=William S.|title=Two‐Dimensional and Three‐Dimensional Migration of Model‐Experiment Reflection Profiles|journal=Geophysics|volume=39|issue=3|year=1974|pages=265–277|issn=0016-8033|doi=10.1190/1.1440426}}</ref>.
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[[File:Segf24.jpg|thumb|800px|center|FIG. F-24. (<b>a</b>) <b>French 3D model</b>. (<b>b</b>) Seismic line 7: raw (unmigrated) data, 2D migrated, and 3D migrated. From French (1974).]]
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==References==
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A particular physical model (Figure F-24) used extensively for demonstrating 3D aspects of seismic data and for testing migration algorithms. See French (1974)[1].

FIG. F-24. (a) French 3D model. (b) Seismic line 7: raw (unmigrated) data, 2D migrated, and 3D migrated. From French (1974).

References

  1. French, William S. (1974). "Two‐Dimensional and Three‐Dimensional Migration of Model‐Experiment Reflection Profiles". Geophysics 39 (3): 265–277. doi:10.1190/1.1440426. ISSN 0016-8033.