What is it about?

High-resolution seismic migration images are important for geophysical interpreters for characterizing the underground reserviors. However, the traditional least-squares migration method requires expensive computational and storage costs. We proposed a point spread function deconvolution method based on deep learning. Compared with the traditional least-squares migration method and the conventional deblurring filter method, our technique achives a better deconvolution result with reduced computational costs.

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Why is it important?

Our findings show that we could enhance the resolution of migration images with sufficiently reduced computational costs compared with the traditional least-squares reverse time migration method.


Writing this article was excited as our method can achieve good results in terms of results, and it is also promising to apply our method to industrial production.

Cewen Liu
Tsinghua University

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This page is a summary of: Deep learning-based point-spread function deconvolution for migration image deblurring, Geophysics, June 2022, Society of Exploration Geophysicists,
DOI: 10.1190/geo2020-0904.1.
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