Resources Contact Us Home
Browse by: INVENTOR PATENT HOLDER PATENT NUMBER DATE
 
 
Method for time-aligning multiple offset seismic data volumes










Image Number 4 for United States Patent #6757217.

Near-offset and far-offset seismic data volumes are time-aligned by first selecting a plurality of time shifts. The near-offset and far-offset seismic data volumes are cross-correlated at the plurality of time shifts. An initial time-shift volume and a maximum correlation volume are created from the maximal cross-correlations at the plurality of time shifts. Areas of high time shift from the initial time-shift volume and areas of low cross-correlation from the maximum correlation volume are determined. The determined areas of high time shift and low cross-correlation are filtered from the initial time-shift volume, generating a filtered time-shift volume. The filtered time-shift volume is applied to the far-offset seismic volume to generate a time-aligned far-offset volume.








 
 
  Recently Added Patents
Structural plasticity in spiking neural networks with symmetric dual of an electronic neuron
Device to control force required to depress accelerator pedal
Mobile communication apparatus
Method of and apparatus for image denoising
Portable, single member housing cord protector
Computer-implemented method of constructing a stock index using index rotation
Device for maneuvering a vehicle using maneuvering moves using at least one trajectory
  Randomly Featured Patents
Image sensing apparatus, registration apparatus, and control method and program therefor
Lens protection mechanism and camera with lens protection mechanism
Multi-modal particle detector
Solid state star scanner
Controllable hydrogen source with gettering effect for electronic tubes
Coupling device connecting an unbalanced signal line to a balanced signal line
Method for displaying time-dependent processes and toothbrush
Convertible roof apparatus with power roof bow linked to a tensioning bow
Box with a supplementary raisable panel and offset creasing line holes
Apparatus for measuring breakdown plasma