Data stacking beyond CMP

@inproceedings{Hertweck2007DataSB,
  title={Data stacking beyond CMP},
  author={Thomas Hertweck and J{\"o}rg Schleicher and J{\"u}rgen Wolfgang Mann},
  year={2007}
}
Stacking has been used in seismic data processing for a long time. In fact, stacked sections (or volumes in 3D) are standard deliverables in the industry, and the concepts of common-midpoint (CMP) gathers and normal moveout (NMO) correction are mentioned in almost every textbook on seismic processing. Although the general trend is toward prestack imaging (either in time or in depth), the construction of stacked sections remains an important step within the seismic processing flow, since they… CONTINUE READING

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