A new algorithm for bidirectional deconvolution |

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(a) The 2D synthetic
reflectivity model; (b) the synthetic data generated using the zero-phase wavelet.
Figure 9. |
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Figures 10(a) and 10(b) show the bidirectional deconvolution using our method and the older method. Both methods retrieve the sparse reflectivity model and compress the wavelet into a spike, but the deconvolution model produced by the previous method is more spiky than ours, just as in the previous section, because of the wavelet we use.

We also compare the computational costs of these two methods. To deal with this synthetic data, we use 2 linear iterations and 280 non-linear iterations to reach convergence, whereas Zhang and Claerbout (2010) used 100 linear iterations and 20 non-linear iterations, a total of 2000 iterations. In fact, our code is almost 6 times faster than the previous method.

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Given
the 2D synthetic data in Figure 9(b), (a)
reflectivity model retrieved using our method; (b)
reflectivity model retrieved using the previous method.
Figure 10. |
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A new algorithm for bidirectional deconvolution |

2011-05-24