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- Analog versus digital signal
- Bandwidth and vertical resolution
- Basic data processing sequence
- CMP sorting
- CMP stacking
- Coherency attribute stacks
- Convolution
- Correlation window
- Crosscorrelation and autocorrelation
- Deconvolution
- Deconvolution exercises
- Deconvolution strategies
- Dip-moveout correction
- Effect of random noise on deconvolution
- Factors affecting velocity estimates
- Field data examples
- Field statics corrections
- First breaks
- Flat refractor
- Focusing analysis
- Fourth-order moveout
- Frequency-domain deconvolution
- Frequency aliasing
- Frequency filtering
- From seismic exploration to seismic monitoring
- Fundamentals of signal processing exercises
- Gain applications
- Geometric spreading correction
- Horizon velocity analysis
- Instantaneous AGC
- Interactive velocity analysis
- Interpretation of seismic data
- Introduction to deconvolution
- Introduction to fundamentals of signal processing
- Introduction to seismic data analysis
- Introduction to velocity analysis and statics corrections
- Inverse Q filtering
- Inversion of seismic data
- Kirchhoff migration
- Mathematical foundation of deconvolution
- Maximum allowable shift
- Measure of coherency
- Migration
- Moveout velocity versus stacking velocity
- Multiple attenuation
- NMO for a dipping reflector
- NMO for a flat reflector
- NMO for several layers with arbitrary dips
- NMO in a horizontally stratified earth
- NMO stretching
- Normal-moveout correction
- Normal moveout
- Other considerations
- Parsimony in processing
- Phase considerations
- Poststack deconvolution
- Poststack processing
- Practical aspects of frequency filtering
- Preprocessing
- Prestack deconvolution
- Principles of dip moveout correction
- Processing of seismic data
- Programmed gain control
- Quality control in processing
- Refraction statics corrections
- Relative trace balancing
- Residual statics corrections
- Residual statics estimation by stack-power maximization
- Residual statics estimation by traveltime decomposition
- Rms amplitude AGC
- Seismic Data Analysis
- Signature deconvolution
- Spatial aliasing
- Stack-power maximization in practice
- The 1-D Fourier transform
- The 2-D Fourier transform
- The convolutional model
- The convolutional model in the frequency domain
- The convolutional model in the time domain
- The problem of nonstationarity
- The velocity spectrum
- Time-domain operations
- Time-variant deconvolution
- Time-variant filtering
- Time-variant spectral whitening
- Traveltime decomposition in practice
- Velocity analysis
- Vibroseis correlation
- Vibroseis deconvolution
- Wave types
- Worldwide assortment of shot records
- User:Ifarley/Page extras
- User:Ifarley/focusing analysis
- Category:Appendices
- Category:Deconvolution
- Category:Exercises
- Category:Field data examples
- Category:Fundamentals of Signal Processing
- Category:Introduction to Seismic Data Analysis
- Category:Predictive deconvolution in practice