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(ret, r&#x2202; kor &#x2202; l&#x0101; sh&#x2202;n) Correlation of a function with a reversed version of itself, or the equivalent, convolution of a function with itself; <b>autoconvolution</b>. Retrocorrelation of a seismic trace yields a <b>retrocorrelogram</b> that contains multiples that involve the surface (time zero).
 
(ret, r&#x2202; kor &#x2202; l&#x0101; sh&#x2202;n) Correlation of a function with a reversed version of itself, or the equivalent, convolution of a function with itself; <b>autoconvolution</b>. Retrocorrelation of a seismic trace yields a <b>retrocorrelogram</b> that contains multiples that involve the surface (time zero).
 
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(ret, r∂ kor ∂ lā sh∂n) Correlation of a function with a reversed version of itself, or the equivalent, convolution of a function with itself; autoconvolution. Retrocorrelation of a seismic trace yields a retrocorrelogram that contains multiples that involve the surface (time zero).