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Revisiting Homomorphic Wavelet Estimation and Phase Unwrapping

@article{Herrera2012RevisitingHW,
  title={Revisiting Homomorphic Wavelet Estimation and Phase Unwrapping},
  author={Roberto Henry Herrera and Mirko van der Baan},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2012},
  volume={abs/1205.3752}
}
Summary Surface-consistent deconvolution is a standard processing technique in land data to uniformize the wavelet across all sources and receivers. The required wavelet estimation step is generally done in the homomorphic domain since this is a convenient way to separate the phase and the amplitude spectrum in a linear fashion. Unfortunately all surface-consistent deconvolutions make a minimum-phase assumption which is likely to be sub-optimal. Recent developments in statistical wavelet… 

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