Using corrected phase to localize geological features in seismic data

Heather Hardeman, Michael P. Lamoureux

ABSTRACT

We consider the time-frequency analysis method, basis pursuit. We look specifically at the phase attribute produced from the results of running basis pursuit on various data sets. We explore the numerical results of derivative of the corrected phase attribute proposed in (Han, et al.,2015) on other geological data sets. We consider the phase attribute provided by other spectral decomposition methods, continuous wavelet transform and synchro-squeezing transform, and apply the derivative of the corrected phase process to these attributes. We end with a comparison of the results for basis pursuit to those of continuous wavelet transform and synchro-squeezing transform

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