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Now Showing: Deconvolution*

By David B. Hays – September 1979

Deconvolution is the topic of this lecture. It is part of the series of Wavelet Processing.

Deconvolution, like Designature (GSH Movie Time – March 2022) is a wavelet processing technique designed primarily to collapse the long, distorted source wavelet into a sharp pulse so that the resolution of the seismic data can be increased and the variations in the reflections’ character can be stabilized on different traces.

*GSI vintage videos courtesy of Schlumberger – WesternGeco



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