Reversible NMO

William A. Burnett and Robert J. Ferguson


The nonstationary equivalent of the Fourier shift results in a general one-dimensional integral transform that has a application to many seismic data processing steps. This general transform is, computationally, a simple matrix-vector multiplication, and it is a tool for implementation. Here, this general transform is used to implement a reversible normal moveout (NMO) correction.

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