Multisource full waveform inversion of marine streamer data with frequency selection

Yunsong Huang, Gerard T. Schuster

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Multisource migration with frequency selection is now extended to multisource full waveform inversion (FWI) of supergathers for marine streamer data. There are three advantages of this approach compared to conventional FWI for marine streamer data. 1. The multisource FWI method with frequency selection is computationally more efficient than conventional FWI. 2. A supergather requires more than an order of magnitude less storage than the the original data. 3. Frequency selection overcomes the acquisition mismatch between the observed data and the simulated multisource supergathers for marine data. This mismatch problem has prevented the efficient application of FWI to marine geometries in the space-time domain. Preliminary result of applying multisource FWI with frequency selection to a synthetic marine data set suggests it is at least four times more efficient than standard FWI.
Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationLondon 2013, 75th eage conference en exhibition incorporating SPE Europec
PublisherEAGE Publications
ISBN (Print)9781629937915
StatePublished - 2013

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