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The deconvolution parameters discussed in Oz Yilmaz's Seismic Data Analysis are examined using field data examples below. We shall discuss application of statistical deconvolution to pre- and poststack data. Additionally, we shall discuss application of deterministic deconvolution to marine data to convert the recorded source signature to its minimum-phase equivalent, and to land data recorded using a vibroseis source to convert the autocorrelogram of the sweep signal to its minimum-phase equivalent.
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The deconvolution parameters discussed in [[Öz Yilmaz|Oz Yilmaz's]] [[Seismic Data Analysis]] are examined using field data examples below. Application of statistical deconvolution to pre- and poststack data is discussed. Additionally, application of deterministic deconvolution to marine data to convert the recorded source signature to its minimum-phase equivalent, and to land data recorded using a vibroseis source to convert the autocorrelogram of the sweep signal to its minimum-phase equivalent are addressed in the pages below.
  
 
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Revision as of 11:31, 31 July 2014

The deconvolution parameters discussed in Oz Yilmaz's Seismic Data Analysis are examined using field data examples below. Application of statistical deconvolution to pre- and poststack data is discussed. Additionally, application of deterministic deconvolution to marine data to convert the recorded source signature to its minimum-phase equivalent, and to land data recorded using a vibroseis source to convert the autocorrelogram of the sweep signal to its minimum-phase equivalent are addressed in the pages below.