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Figure 4
A comparison of smearing on with one and twopass tx prediction.
The top cube is the input,
the middle cube is the result of a onepass threedimensional tx prediction,
and the bottom cube is the result of two passes of onedimensional
tx prediction in the inline and crossline directions.
The onepass result shows no smearing of the fault; the twopass result
shows a smeared fault image.
Arcoorig
Figure 5
The input to the tx and fx predictions.
A significant amount of noise is seen here.
Arcofx2d
Figure 6
The result of two passes of twodimensional fx prediction processing.
While this result is an improvement over the input, some of the details
is seen to be lost when compared to the threedimensional fx prediction.
Arcofx3d
Figure 7
The result of threedimensional fx prediction processing.
This result preserves the details lost in the twodimensional fx prediction.
Arcotx2d
Figure 8
The result of two passes of twodimensional tx prediction processing.
While this result is an improvement over the input, some of the details
is seen to be lost when compared to the threedimensional tx prediction.
More noise has been attenuated than with the twodimensional fx prediction.
Arcotx3d
Figure 9
The result of threedimensional tx prediction processing.
This result preserves the details lost in the twodimensional tx prediction.
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