A Practical Understanding of Pre- and Poststack Migrations: Prestack
This volume is designed to give the practicing geophysicist an understanding of the principles of prestack migration, presented with intuitive reasoning that avoids difficult math. Modeling with common-shot record and a constant-offset section are used to introduce prestack migration. New material in this revised edition of the original 1998 book includes algorithms that lead to and include Claerbout's inversion method.
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2D Dip Moveout DMO
Examples of DMO and Prestack Migrations
Equivalent Offset Migration EOM
Comparisons and Evaluations
Stacking Chart for 2D Data Appen5 1
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