Reweighting strategies in seismic deconvolution

@inproceedings{Sacchi2007ReweightingSI,
  title={Reweighting strategies in seismic deconvolution},
  author={Mauricio D. Sacchi},
  year={2007}
}
quadratic regularization, or damped least squares (pre-whitening) is a common procedure used to regularize the deconvolution problem. This procedure entails the definition of a constant damping term which is used to control the roughness of the deconvolved trace. In this paper I examine two different regularization criteria that lead to an algorithm where the damping term is adapted to successfully retrieve a broad-band reflectivity. Synthetic and field data examples are used to illustrate the… CONTINUE READING
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