The Study in the Application of Multi-scale Mathematical Morphology in Amplitude Compensation of Seismic Data
This paper is a study in the application of multi-scale mathematical morphology which is a branch of mathematical morphology in seismic data processing. It mainly research on the seismic signal resolution improving and amplitude compensation. First, Multi-scale mathematical morphology is used in this essay to multi-scale decompose amplitude information of seismic signal, and make an analysis of the morphological characteristics of every scale, and make the choice of multi-scale structural elements. Because of less energy loss and higher resolution of the shallow seismic signal, information of shallow signal is used to simulate information of overall signal, to achieve improving resolution of overall signals.
KeywordsMathematical morphology Resolution Multi-scale decomposition Spectrum fitting
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