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Multidimensional Seismic Data Reconstruction
Date03-06-2015
RoomN112
TypeOral session
ChairmanJ. Paffenholz - FairfieldNodal

09:30We N112 01 Data Reconstruction Using a Six-dimensional Model Space
G. Poole* (CGG), C. Davison (CGG) & A. Lafram (Total)
09:55We N112 02 5D Seismic Data Reconstruction and De-noising Using the Parallel Matrix Factorization Method (An SVD-free Technique)
J.J. Gao* (China University of Geosciences (Beijing)), A. Stanton (University of Alberta) & M.D. Sacchi (University of Alberta)
10:20We N112 03 Off the Grid Tensor Completion for Seismic Data Interpolation
C. Da Silva* (University of British Columbia) & F.J. Herrmann (University of British Columbia)
10:45We N112 04 Joint Low-rank and Sparse Inversion for Multidimensional Simultaneous Random/Erratic Noise Attenuation and Interpolation
R. Sternfels* (CGG), G. Viguier (CGG), R. Gondoin (CGG) & D. Le Meur (CGG)
11:10 Break
11:30We N112 05 Stagewise Conjugate Gradient Pursuit for Seismic Trace Interpolation
L. Fioretti* (Aresys), P. Mazzucchelli (Aresys) & N. Bienati (Eni Upstream and Technical Services)
11:55We N112 06 Reflection-response Retrieval with Seismic Interferometry by Multidimensional Deconvolution from Surface Reflection Data
B. Boullenger* (Delft University of Technology), J. Hunziker (Delft University of Technology) & D. Draganov (Delft University of Technology)
12:20We N112 07 Near-offset Trace Reconstruction from Sparse Ocean Bottom Seismometer Data Using Seismic Interferometry
F. Villanueva-Robles* (Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris (IPGP)), N. Fuji (Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris (IPGP)), N. Shapiro (Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris (IPGP)) & S.M. Singh (Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris (IPGP))