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[[File:Segr2.jpg|400px|thumb|FIG. R-2. <b>Radial processing</b>. For horizontal reflectors, primary and surface multiples involve the same reflection angle on traces selected such that the offset is proportional to the order of the multiples.]]
 
[[File:Segr2.jpg|400px|thumb|FIG. R-2. <b>Radial processing</b>. For horizontal reflectors, primary and surface multiples involve the same reflection angle on traces selected such that the offset is proportional to the order of the multiples.]]
 
Multichannel processing to remove seafloor multiples; the operator designed on a trace with offset ''x''<sub>1</sub> is used to deconvolve the first multiple on the trace with offset 2''x''<sub>1</sub>, the second multiple on the trace with offset 3''x''<sub>1</sub>, etc. These all involve the same angle of incidence (see Figure [[Special:MyLanguage/Dictionary:Fig_R-2|R-2]]) and hence the same reflectivity.
 
Multichannel processing to remove seafloor multiples; the operator designed on a trace with offset ''x''<sub>1</sub> is used to deconvolve the first multiple on the trace with offset 2''x''<sub>1</sub>, the second multiple on the trace with offset 3''x''<sub>1</sub>, etc. These all involve the same angle of incidence (see Figure [[Special:MyLanguage/Dictionary:Fig_R-2|R-2]]) and hence the same reflectivity.
 
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FIG. R-2. Radial processing. For horizontal reflectors, primary and surface multiples involve the same reflection angle on traces selected such that the offset is proportional to the order of the multiples.

Multichannel processing to remove seafloor multiples; the operator designed on a trace with offset x1 is used to deconvolve the first multiple on the trace with offset 2x1, the second multiple on the trace with offset 3x1, etc. These all involve the same angle of incidence (see Figure R-2) and hence the same reflectivity.