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- | ====== GP280 - 3-D Seismic Imaging ====== | + | ====== Spring 2016 GP280 - 3-D Seismic Imaging ====== |

==== Course Facts ==== | ==== Course Facts ==== | ||

- | | Lectures: | MWF 10:00-10:50 AM, Mitchell 452 | | + | | Lectures: | MWF 1:30-2:20 PM, Mitchell 452 | |

| Instructor: | [[http://sepwww.stanford.edu/data/media/public/sep/biondo|Biondo Biondi]] | | | Instructor: | [[http://sepwww.stanford.edu/data/media/public/sep/biondo|Biondo Biondi]] | | ||

- | | Teaching Assistant: | [[http://sepwww.stanford.edu/data/media/public/sep/mandyman/Site/Home.html | Mandy Wong]] | | + | | Teaching Assistant: | Huy Le | |

- | | TA Office Hours: | TBD, Mitchell 407. Send email to mandyman 'at' sep.stanford.edu | | + | | TA Office Hours: | TBD, Mitchell 465. Send email to huyle@stanford.edu | |

| 3 units with labs, 2 units without; letter grade. || | | 3 units with labs, 2 units without; letter grade. || | ||

| 6 computer-based homework assignments || | | 6 computer-based homework assignments || | ||

- | | Schedule: | Schedule (PDF format) {{sep:courses:labs280:sched12.pdf| sched.pdf}}| | + | | Schedule: | Schedule (PDF format) {{sep:courses:labs280:sched13.pdf| sched.pdf}}| |

| On the right: | Stack (after migration) of a 3-D data volume acquired over a salt body.|| | | On the right: | Stack (after migration) of a 3-D data volume acquired over a salt body.|| | ||

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|Date | Topic | Notes | | |Date | Topic | Notes | | ||

- | | 1/9 | Introduction | Introduction | | + | | 4/1 | Introduction | Introduction | |

- | | 1/11 | 3D Geometries | chapter1.pdf | | + | | 4/3 | 3D Geometries | chapter1.pdf | |

- | | 1/13 | Sep3D software | (Appendix 1) | | + | | 4/5 | Sep3D software | (Appendix 1) | |

- | | 1/18 | Kirchhoff prestack migration | (Chapter 2) | | + | | 4/8 | Kirchhoff prestack migration | (Chapter 2) | |

- | | 1/20 | Kirchhoff prestack migration (isotropy vs anisotropy) | class handout | | + | | 4/10 | Kirchhoff prestack migration (isotropy vs anisotropy) | class handout | |

- | | 1/23 | NMO+DMO+AMO and prestack partial migration | (Chapter 3) | | + | | 4/12 | NMO+DMO+AMO and prestack partial migration | (Chapter 3) | |

- | | 1/25 | Wavefield-continuation migration | (Chapter 4) | | + | | 4/15 | Wavefield-continuation migration | (Chapter 4) | |

- | | 1/27 | Numerical methods for wavefield-continuation - two way wave equation | Notes | | + | | 4/17 | Numerical methods for wavefield-continuation - two way wave equation | Notes | |

- | | 1/30 | Numerical methods for downward continuation - one way wave equation | (Chapter 5) | | + | | 4/19 | Numerical methods for downward continuation - one way wave equation | (Chapter 5) | |

- | | 2/1 | Numerical methods for downward continuation (isotropic and anisotropic) | (Chapter 5 + Notes) | | + | | 4/22 | Numerical methods for downward continuation (isotropic and anisotropic) | (Chapter 5 + Notes) | |

- | | 2/3 | Wavefield-continuation migration as adjoint of wavefield modeling | (Notes) | | + | | 4/24 | Wavefield-continuation migration as adjoint of wavefield modeling | (Notes) | |

- | | 2/6 | Common image gathers in offsets and angles | (Chapter 6) | | + | | 4/26 | Common image gathers in offsets and angles | (Chapter 6) | |

- | | 2/8 | Gaussian Beam migration | see Chapter6.pdf | | + | | 4/29 | Gaussian Beam migration | see Chapter6.pdf | |

- | | 2/10 | Plane-wave and phase encoding migration | (Chapter 7) | | + | | 5/1 | Plane-wave and phase encoding migration | (Chapter 7) | |

- | | 2/13 | Plane-wave and phase encoding migration | (Chapter 7) | | + | | 5/3 | Plane-wave and phase encoding migration | (Chapter 7) | |

- | | 2/15 | 3D marine wave-equation migration methods | (Chapter 7) | | + | | 5/6 | 3D marine wave-equation migration methods | (Chapter 7) | |

- | | 2/17 | Imaging and aliasing | (Chapter 8) | | + | | 5/8 | Imaging and aliasing | (Chapter 8) | |

- | | 2/22 | Imaging and irregular geometries | (Chapter 9)| | + | | 5/10 | Imaging and irregular geometries | (Chapter 9)| |

- | | 2/24 | Imaging and irregular illumination + linearized Inversion) | Notes | | + | | 5/13 | Imaging and irregular illumination + linearized Inversion) | Notes | |

- | | 2/27 | Stacking velocity, Dix inversion, and traveltime tomography | (Chapter 10) | | + | | 5/15 | Stacking velocity, Dix inversion, and traveltime tomography | (Chapter 10) | |

- | | 2/29| Inversion of stacking velocities (Chapter 10) and time migration velocity analysis | (Chapter 11) | | + | | 5/17 | Inversion of stacking velocities (Chapter 10) and time migration velocity analysis | (Chapter 11) | |

- | | 3/2 | Residual moveout analysis and residual migration | (Chapter 11) | | + | | 5/20 | Residual moveout analysis and residual migration | (Chapter 11) | |

- | | 3/5 | Vertical and tomographic velocity updating | (Chapter 11) | | + | | 5/22 | Vertical and tomographic velocity updating | (Chapter 11) | |

- | | 3/7 | Tomographic velocity updating | (Chapter 11) | | + | | 5/24 | Tomographic velocity updating | (Chapter 11) | |

- | | 3/9 | Wave equation migration velocity analysis | (Chapter 12) | | + | | 5/27 | Memorial Day, No class | | |

- | | 3/12| Linearized inversion and least-squares reverse time migration |(Notes) | | + | | 5/29 | Wave equation migration velocity analysis | (Chapter 12) | |

- | | 3/14 | No classes | | | + | | 5/31 | Linearized inversion and least-squares reverse time migration |(Notes) | |

- | | 3/16 | Principles of full-waveform inversion and its limitation | (notes) | | + | | 6/3 | Principles of full-waveform inversion and its limitation | (notes) | |

== Additional notes == | == Additional notes == |