Prony Filtering of Seismic Data

@article{Mitrofanov2015PronyFO,
  title={Prony Filtering of Seismic Data},
  author={Georgy M. Mitrofanov and Viatcheslav I. Priimenko},
  journal={Acta Geophysica},
  year={2015},
  volume={63},
  pages={652-678}
}
Prony filtering is a method of seismic data processing which can be used to solve various geological and production tasks, involving an analysis of target horizons characteristics and a prediction of possible productive zones. This method is based on decomposing the observed seismic signals by exponentially damped cosines at short-time intervals. As a result, a discrete Prony spectrum including values of four parameters (amplitude, damping factor, frequency, phase) can be created. This… 

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