Translations:Surface-consistent deconvolution/5/en

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Originally, seismic-reflection data were deconvolved using two-channel digital operators (Wadsworth et al., 1953)[1]. Robinson (1967[2]) gave the theory and usage of multichannel operators. Today, seismic-reflection data usually are deconvolved using single-channel operators. However, multichannel operators are starting to come into general use.

  1. Wadsworth, G. P., E. A. Robinson, J. G. Bryan, and P. M. Hurley, 1953, Detection of reflections on seismic records by linear operators: Geophysics, 18, 539-586.
  2. Robinson, E. A., 1967, Multichannel time series analysis with digital computer programs: Holden Day Press.