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  • A metaclass of image attributes of use in [[seismic interpretation]] and [[seismic analysis]]. Including: [[Category:Image processing]] [[Category:Seismic interpretation]]
    341 bytes (39 words) - 19:50, 27 May 2013
  • '''SeisWare''' is a 2D/3D seismic interpretation software system for Microsoft Windows developed by SeisWare International I * [[List of seismic interpretation software]]
    679 bytes (85 words) - 14:46, 9 June 2014
  • #REDIRECT [[Comparison of seismic interpretation software]]
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  • #REDIRECT [[Comparison of seismic interpretation software]]
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  • A full-featured seismic interpretation tool, built and maintained by [[dGB Earth Sciences]]. The base tool, with essential interpretation functionality, is [[FLOSS]], licensed under the [[Wikipedia:GPL|GPL]]. It i
    554 bytes (71 words) - 20:04, 12 April 2011
  • A synthetic seismic section used to study the seismic attributes of a triangular (wedge) shaped impedance section. ...e model provides the following information useful for quantitative seismic interpretation:
    570 bytes (78 words) - 17:00, 7 July 2011
  • * [[Seismic interpretation]]: [[Travel time]] vs depth * [[Seismic processing]], spatial analysis: time–offset, [[Tau-p]], [[f-k]], [[Radon]
    530 bytes (69 words) - 01:45, 8 March 2011
  • A comparison chart of integrated geoscientific interpretation software, commercial and open source. Please try to be as objective as poss ==Packages for shallow seismic==
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  • '''Amplitude''' is the measure of the displacement of a point along a seismic wave from the middle (zero crossing). Amplitudes can be positively valued ( ...a nice page that describes and summarizes many of the factors controlling seismic amplitudes.
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  • ...horizons, or even as stratal surfaces, but this is an over-simplification. Seismic is prone to multiple reflections, interference effects, and distortion due ...(left), and geophysics-centric horizon (right) from the Penobscot 3D (Open Seismic Repository). Reds are highs and blues are lows.]]
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  • ...calibrating seismic data to well data was one of the rockiest parts of the interpretation workflow—and not just because of SynTool. One might almost call the varie ...bout wavelets, and the usability of the software. Like much of the rest of interpretation, there is science and judgment in equal measure.
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  • ...32 in field or newly-processed seismic data, or 8 or 16 in post-processed seismic data. ...t hundreds of thousands of dollars, we want to capture every nuance of the seismic wavefield, including noise, multiples, reverberations, and hopefully even s
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  • *Taner, MT, F Koehler & R Sheriff (1979), Complex seismic trace analysis, ''Geophysics'' '''44''', 1041, [http://dx.doi.org/10.1190/1 *Russell, B (1998). A simple seismic imaging exercise. ''The Leading Edge'' '''17''', p 885. DOI: [http://dx.doi
    6 KB (793 words) - 12:15, 25 April 2013
  • ...and de-emphasize others. For example, a common step in [[seismic horizon]] interpretation is to apply a filter that reduces the high spatial frequencies in the data, On any digital image or seismic horizon, linear filters work by convolution with a moving window called a k
    4 KB (548 words) - 02:46, 25 February 2012
  • ...32 in field or newly-processed seismic data, or 8 or 16 in post-processed seismic data. ...t hundreds of thousands of dollars, we want to capture every nuance of the seismic wavefield, including noise, multiples, reverberations, and hopefully even s
    4 KB (647 words) - 17:41, 27 May 2011
  • ...ents not associated with physical boundaries. Because of this, we see that seismic amplitude is only, at best, a proxy for earth's material contrasts and can ...edance is reflectivity, then the derivative of the integrated trace is the seismic trace.
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  • ...t is an [[elastic modulus]] and used extensively in [[quantitative seismic interpretation]] and [[rock physics]]. It was first described by the French mathematician, It is often said that ''λ'' has no physical interpretation, and most people find it hard to visualize.
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  • ...s. They can be measured along a single seismic trace or throughout various seismic traces. ...s frequency, and apparent polarity. [[Acoustic impedance]] obtained from [[seismic inversion]] can also be considered an attribute and was among the first dev
    6 KB (927 words) - 18:39, 9 October 2011
  • A [[seismic attribute]]. A [[phase]]-independent representation of [[amplitude]], somet The seismic traces however, have more information than that. On the zero phase trace, t
    3 KB (549 words) - 22:11, 21 March 2013
  • Seismic is about acoustic vibration. The archetypal oscillation, the sine wave, des ...at this manifests itself as an apparent lateral shift in the waveform. For seismic data, this means a time shift. More on this later.
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