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Vector Fidelity Characterization of a Marine Multi-Component Acquisition SystemNormal access

Authors: E. Kragh, A. Vigner, S. Buizard, A. Strømmen-Melbø, S. Horne, J. Robertsson, L. Combee, K. Iranpour, N. Goujon, J. Gaiser, P. Caprioli, E. Muyzert and J. Martin
Event name: 66th EAGE Conference & Exhibition
Session: Seismic Acquisition 2
Publication date: 07 June 2004
Organisations: EAGE
Language: English
Info: Extended abstract, PDF ( 194.34Kb )
Price: € 20

Summary:
P293 VECTOR FIDELITY CHARACTERIZATION OF A MARINE MULTI-COMPONENT ACQUISITION SYSTEM Summary 1 Vector fidelity is a desirable characteristic for a multi-component acquisition system. An acquisition system with poor vector fidelity generates data which if uncorrected will lead to subsequent errors in processing and a lack of confidence in final interpretations. To quantify the vector fidelity of a new marine multi-component acquisition system extensive wide azimuth data was collected and analysed. Direct arrivals acquired from dense shot grids are analysed using linearity metrics and coupling correction matrices. A high degree of linearity typically in excess of 0.99 shows the system to


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