Dictionary:Bin

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For a surface subdivided by a grid of lines, the area between adjacent lines. The traces that fall within a bin are assumed to lie at the bin center, which is also called a node or grid cell. Bins are used for both pre- and postmigration data. Generally bin dimensions should be smaller than V/(4fsinθ) where V is velocity, f is dominant frequency, and θ is the apparent dip.


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