Extracting horizons and sequence boundaries from 3 D seismic images

@inproceedings{Wu2013ExtractingHA,
  title={Extracting horizons and sequence boundaries from 3 D seismic images},
  author={Xinming Wu and Dave Hale},
  year={2013}
}
Horizons and sequence boundaries are important geologically significant surfaces that can be extracted from seismic images. Many automatic methods have been developed to extract horizons, but these methods usually have difficulty extracting horizons that terminate at angular unconformities or sequence boundaries. Using sequence boundaries as constraints is one way to solve this problem, but there exists no automatic method for sequence-boundary extraction. We first introduce a globally optimal… CONTINUE READING

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