Lensless Fourier Transform Holography as Applied to Imaging of Reflection Seismic Data
Application of lensless Fourier transform holography (LFTH) to the reconstruction of seismic data has led to a better understanding of the processes involved, and to the solution of a number of problems related to the reconstruction of multifrequency images.
KeywordsFast Fourier Transform Spatial Frequency Temporal Frequency Output Spacing Reflection Point
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