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Patricia Berge, James Berryman, Biondo Biondi, Brian Bonner, Morgan Brown, Jon Claerbout, Robert Clapp, Sean Crawley, Sergey Fomel, Kurt Marfurt, Carmen Mora, Marie Prucha, James Rickett, Paul Sava, Louis Vaillant, and Yi Zhao
Report Number 102, October 1999




The electronic version of this report1 makes the included programs and applications available to the reader. The markings [ER], [CR], and [NR], are promises by the author about the reproducibility of each figure result.

Reproducibility is a way of organizing computational research, which allows both the author and the reader of a publication to verify the reported results at a later time. Reproduciblity facilitates the transfer of knowledge within SEP and between SEP and its sponsors.

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denotes Conditional Reproducibility. The author certifies that the commands are in place to reproduce the figure if certain resources are available. SEP staff have only attempted to make sure that the makefile rules exist and the source codes referenced are provided. Some of the reason for the CR designation are: a proprietary data set, a parallel computer, a large amount of processing time (20 minutes or more), or commercial packages such as Matlab or Mathematica.
denotes Non-Reproducible. This class of figure is considered non-reproducible. SEP discourages authors from flagging their figures as NR except for artist drawings, scannings, etc.
Our testing is currently limited to IRIX 6.5 and LINUX 2.1, but the code should be portable to other architectures. Reader's suggestions are welcome. For more information on reproducing SEP's electronic documents, please visit

Jon Claerbout, Biondo Biondi, Robert Clapp, and Sergey Fomel



Common-azimuth migration of a North Sea dataset (ps.gz 0K) (pdf 0K)
Vaillant L. and Sava P.
Offset plane waves vs. common-azimuth migration for sub-salt imaging (ps.gz 0K) (pdf 0K)
Biondi B.
Iterative resolution estimation in Kirchhoff imaging (ps.gz 0K) (pdf 0K)
Clapp R. G., Fomel S., and Prucha M.
Enhancing common-image gathers with prestack Stolt residual migration (ps.gz 0K) (pdf 0K)
Sava P.
On Stolt common-azimuth residual migration (ps.gz 0K) (pdf 0K)
Sava P.
On Stolt stretch time migration (ps.gz 0K) (pdf 0K)
Vaillant L. and Fomel S.

Multidimensional filtering

Interpolating missing data: convergence and accuracy, and (ps.gz 0K) (pdf 0K)
Crawley S.
Applying SEP's latest tricks to the multiple suppression problem (ps.gz 0K) (pdf 0K)
Clapp R. G. and Brown M.
Plane wave prediction in 3-D (ps.gz 0K) (pdf 0K)
Fomel S.
Predictive signal/noise separation of ground-roll-contaminated data (ps.gz 0K) (pdf 0K)
Brown M., Clapp R. G., and Marfurt K.
On non-stationary convolution and inverse convolution (ps.gz 0K) (pdf 0K)
Rickett J.
Revisiting the half-derivative filter (ps.gz 0K) (pdf 0K)
Prucha M.

Reservoir characterization

Estimating rock porosity and fluid saturation using only seismic velocities (ps.gz 0K) (pdf 0K)
Berryman J. G., Berge P. A., and Bonner B. P.
Seismic attribute sensitivity to velocity uncertainty (ps.gz 0K) (pdf 0K)
Mora C. and Biondi B.
Seismic pattern recognition via predictive signal/noise separation (ps.gz 0K) (pdf 0K)
Brown M. and Clapp R. G.
Origin of Gassmann's equations (ps.gz 0K) (pdf 0K)
Berryman J. G.
Seismic velocity decrement ratios for regions of partial melt near the core-mantle boundary (ps.gz 0K) (pdf 0K)
Berryman J. G.

Hardware and Software

Additions to SEPlib (ps.gz 0K) (pdf 0K)
Clapp R. G.
SEP's data library (ps.gz 0K) (pdf 0K)
Clapp R. G., Brown M., Vaillant L., Mora C., Prucha M., and Zhao Y.
Testing Linux multiprocessors for seismic imaging (ps.gz 0K) (pdf 0K)
Biondi B., Clapp R. G., and Rickett J.
Reproducible research - results from SEP-100 (ps.gz 0K) (pdf 0K)
Prucha M. L., Clapp R. G., Fomel S., Claerbout J., and Biondi B.

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