Translations:Appendix J: Exercises/4/en

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2. Deconvolution is a process that improves the temporal resolution of seismic data by compressing the basic seismic wavelet. What does temporal resolution mean? The ringy character of a reverberating record without deconvolution limits resolution considerably. Describe what we mean by ringy. Why can deconvolution change a section with a blurred, ringy appearance into one that is crisp and finely detailed?