Deghosting by joint deconvolution of a migration and a mirror migration

@inproceedings{Soubaras2010DeghostingBJ,
  title={Deghosting by joint deconvolution of a migration and a mirror migration},
  author={Robert Soubaras},
  year={2010}
}
This paper focuses on marine receiver deghosting. This step of processing has received renewed interest in recent years because it is a key point in increasing the bandwidth of the final images. Morever, any non-conventional marine acquisition method, such as over-under streamers, dual-sensor streamers or variable-depth streamers, requires its own receiver deghosting method. I will adress the deghosting problem from a novel viewpoint, which leads to a deghosting method adapted to any… CONTINUE READING

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