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Here you find the presentation slides of classes taught by Bob Clapp during the Fall of 2008. | Here you find the presentation slides of classes taught by Bob Clapp during the Fall of 2008. | ||

Most of them are on subjects covered in the textbook but with lots of different diagrams to | Most of them are on subjects covered in the textbook but with lots of different diagrams to | ||

- | help understanding. Two additional presentations introduce the subjects of angle-gathers and | + | help understanding. Two additional presentations introduce subjects covered in 3D-Seismic Imaging |

- | 3D-seismics. | + | taught by Prof.Biondo Biondi, during the Spring quarter. |

||| **Presentation Slides** ||||| | ||| **Presentation Slides** ||||| | ||

^ **Chapter ** ^ **Description ** ^ **Download ** ^ | ^ **Chapter ** ^ **Description ** ^ **Download ** ^ | ||

- | | **1 ** | You'll be introduced to different acquisition geometries exemplified by some data and stacking charts. Moreover, you'll learn the three dimensions of a 2D dataset and have a detailed description of the program synmarine. | {{sep:courses:labs210:bob:bei-chapter1.pdf|chapter1.pdf}}| | + | | **1 ** | You'll be introduced to different **acquisition geometries** exemplified by some data and stacking charts. Moreover, you'll learn the three dimensions of a 2D dataset and have a detailed description of the program synmarine. | {{sep:courses:labs210:bob:bei-chapter1.pdf|chapter1.pdf}}| |

- | | **2 ** | Forward and adjoint operators and the concept of pushing and pulling are explained, using as example the task of writing a program that downward shifts traces.| {{sep:courses:labs210:bob:bei-chapter2.pdf|chapter2.pdf}}| | + | | **2 ** | **Forward and adjoint** operators and the concept of pushing and pulling are explained, using as example the task of writing a program that downward shifts traces.| {{sep:courses:labs210:bob:bei-chapter2.pdf|chapter2.pdf}}| |

- | | **4 ** | Normal moveout and stacking operators are explained. | {{sep:courses:labs210:bob:bei-chapter4.pdf|chapter4.pdf}}| | + | | **3 ** | **Waves in Strata** | {{sep:courses:labs210:bob:bei-chapter3.pdf|chapter3.pdf}}| |

+ | | **4 ** | **Normal moveout and stacking** operators are explained. | {{sep:courses:labs210:bob:bei-chapter4.pdf|chapter4.pdf}}| | ||

| **5 ** | The basic geometry of migrating a dipping reflector is presented. | {{sep:courses:labs210:bob:bei-chapter5.pdf|chapter5.pdf}}| | | **5 ** | The basic geometry of migrating a dipping reflector is presented. | {{sep:courses:labs210:bob:bei-chapter5.pdf|chapter5.pdf}}| | ||

- | | **7 ** | Downward continuation of wavefields is explained and migration of seismic data by downward continuation is introduced with the support of the exploding reflector concept. | {{sep:courses:labs210:bob:bei-chapter7.pdf|chapter7.pdf}}| | + | | **6 ** | **Waves and Fourier Sum** | {{sep:courses:labs210:bob:bei-chapter6.pdf|chapter6.pdf}}| |

- | | **9 ** | Quick introduction to finite-difference migration. | {{sep:courses:labs210:bob:bei-chapter9.pdf|chapter9.pdf}}| | + | | **7 ** | **Downward continuation of wavefields** is explained and migration of seismic data by downward continuation is introduced with the support of the exploding reflector concept. | {{sep:courses:labs210:bob:bei-chapter7.pdf|chapter7.pdf}}| |

+ | | **9 ** | Quick introduction to **finite-difference migration**. | {{sep:courses:labs210:bob:bei-chapter9.pdf|chapter9.pdf}}| | ||

||| **Subjects not covered in the book** ||||| | ||| **Subjects not covered in the book** ||||| | ||

^ **Description ** ^ **Download ** ^ | ^ **Description ** ^ **Download ** ^ | ||

- | | You'll be introduced to different acquisition geometries exemplified by some data and stacking charts. Moreover, you'll learn the three dimensions of a 2D dataset and have a detailed description of the program synmarine. | {{sep:courses:labs210:bob:bei-2dvs3d.pdf|2dvs3d.pdf}}| | + | | Here you'll find different subjects ranging from the differences between 2D and 3D seismic to time X depth imaging and Kirchhoff X wave-equation migration. | {{sep:courses:labs210:bob:bei-2dvs3d.pdf|2dvs3d.pdf}}| |

- | | If you are interested on the results of migrating with an inaccurate velocity model, take a look at the examples using Marmousi data. | {{sep:courses:labs210:bob:bei-angle-pspi.pdf|angle-pspi.pdf}}| | + | | If you are interested on the results of migrating with an **inaccurate velocity model**, take a look at the examples using Marmousi data. | {{sep:courses:labs210:bob:bei-angle-pspi.pdf|pspi.pdf}}| |

+ | | Reverse Time Migration | {{sep:courses:labs210:bob:bei-rtm.pdf|rtm.pdf}}| | ||

+ | | Introduction to multiples attenuation | {{sep:courses:labs210:bob:multiplelecture.pdf|multiple.pdf}} | | ||

+ | | Here are two papers explaining the computation of **angle-domain common image gathers** [[http://sep.stanford.edu/public/docs/sep100/marie1.pdf|(ADCIGs)]] and prestack migration using **DSR equation plus split-step correction** [[http://scitation.aip.org/getpdf/servlet/GetPDFServlet?filetype=pdf&id=GPYSA7000061000005001412000001&idtype=cvips&prog=normal|(DSR plus split-step)]]. | | |