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Convolutional encoder decoder network for the removal of coherent seismic noise

  title={Convolutional encoder decoder network for the removal of coherent seismic noise},
  author={Yash Agarwal and Sarah Greer},
Seismologists often need to gather information about the subsurface structure of a location to determine if it is fit to be drilled for oil. However, there may be electrical noise in seismic data which is often removed by disregarding certain portions of the data with the use of a notch filter. Instead, we use a convolutional encoder decoder network to remove such noise by training the network to take the noisy shot record as input and remove the noise from the shot record as output. In this… 

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