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## SEP report reproducibility test guideline

*If you have more complex rebuild strategies rather than typing make. You need to include a readme file or put the instructions at the top of make file as comment.*

The quality of reproducibility will be evaluated in five aspects:

1. ER figures can be reproduced

2. flow for CR figures is present is makefile

3. All Code compiles on SEP computing environment

4. Makefile is written in a clear/concise/neat manner

5. CR figures can be reproduced.

** The last two are optional, but rest are mandatory(everyone needs to pass in order to pass the test). **
Also we will check that proper reproducibility label are assigned to each figures.

## Testing score sheet SEP 147

CR Figure Flows | CR figures can | |||||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

Papers: | Filename | present | code compiles | Makefile Clarity | actually be rebuilt | note |

Paper1 | jasonpc1 | |||||

Paper2 | nfarghal1 | |||||

Paper3 | musa1 | |||||

Paper4 | musa2 | |||||

Paper5 | musa3 | |||||

Paper6 | yishen | |||||

Paper7 | qiang | |||||

Paper8 | chris1 | |||||

Paper9 | chris2 | |||||

Paper10 | ali1 | |||||

Paper11 | yang1 | |||||

Paper12 | yang2 | |||||

Paper13 | ohad1 | |||||

Paper14 | mandy1 | |||||

Paper15 | mandy2 | |||||

Paper16 | elita1 | |||||

Paper17 | elita2 | |||||

Paper18 | elita3 | |||||

Paper19 | sjoerd1 | |||||

Paper20 | sjoerd2 | |||||

Paper21 | adam1 | |||||

Paper22 | adam2 | |||||

Paper23 | xukai1 | |||||

Paper24 | xukai2 | |||||

Paper25 | xukai3 | |||||

Paper26 | xukai4 | |||||

Paper27 | biondo1 | |||||

Paper28 | bob1 | |||||

Paper29 | stew1 | |||||

Paper30 | jon1 | |||||

Paper31 | jon2 |

Y: Yes/Passed

N: No/Failed

-: Not applicable. (for example, if one paper has no CR figures)

## Paper Titles

Paper1: Jason P. Chang and Sjoerd de Ridder, “Correlation energy between surface and borehole stations at the Valhall Field”

Paper2: Noha S. Farghal and Stewart A. Levin, “Hunting for microseismic reflections using multiplets”

Paper3: Musa Maharramov, “Identifying reservoir depletion patterns from production-induced deformations with applications to seismic imaging”

Paper4: Musa Maharramov, “Least-squares via Generalised Minimum Residuals”

Paper5: Musa Maharramov, “Object-oriented design patterns and data abstraction in the tk framework”

Paper6: Yi Shen, “Estimation of Q from surface-seismic reflection data in data space and image space”

Paper7: Qiang Fu and Jon Claerbout, “Recently progress regarding logarithm Fourier domain bidirectional deconvolution”

Paper8: Chris Leader and Robert Clapp, “Linearised inversion with GPUs”

Paper9: Chris Leader and Ali Almomin, “How incoherent can we be? Phase encoded linearised inversion with random boundaries”

Paper10: Ali Almomin and Biondo Biondi, “Tomographic full waveform inversion: Practical and computationally feasible approach”

Paper11: Yang Zhang and Biondo Biondi, “Residual moveout based wave equation migration velocity analysis in 3-D”

Paper12: Yang Zhang and Adam D. Halpert, “Enhanced interpreter-aided salt-boundary extraction using shape deformation”

Paper13: Ohad Barak, “P/S separation of OBS data by inversion in a homogeneous media”

Paper14: Mandy Wong, Shuki Ronen, and Biondo Biondi, “Joint imaging with Streamer and ocean bottom data”

Paper15: Mandy Wong, Biondo Biondi, and Shuki Ronen, “Imaging with multiples using linearized full-wave inversion”

Paper16: Yunyue (Elita) Li, Peng Shen, and Colin Perkins, “VTI Migration velocity analysis using RTM”

Paper17: Yunyue (Elita) Li, “Wave-equation migration velocity analysis for anisotropic models on 2-D ExxonMobil field data”

Paper18: Yunyue (Elita) Li, “Wave-equation migration velocity analysis for VTI media using optimized implicit finite difference”

Paper19: Sjoerd de Ridder, “Continuous reservoir monitoring by ambient seismic noise tomography”

Paper20: Sjoerd de Ridder, “Surface wave tomography based on FWI of the 2 dimensional scalar wave equation”

Paper21: Adam Halpert, “Edge-preserving smoothing for segmentation of seismic images”

Paper22: Adam Halpert, “Fast velocity model evaluation with synthesized wavefields”

Paper23: Xukai Shen, “Early-arrival waveform inversion for near-surface velocity and anisotropic parameters: Modeling and sensitivity kernel analysis”

Paper24: Xukai Shen, “Early-arrival waveform inversion for near-surface velocity and anisotropic parameters: Inversion of synthetic data”

Paper25: Xukai Shen and Robert G. Clapp, “Short Note: FWI with different boundary conditions”

Paper26: Xukai Shen and Tieyuan Zhu, “Short Note: Early arrival waveform inversion: Application to crosswell field data”

Paper27: Biondo Biondi and Ali Almomin, “Tomographic full waveform inversion (TFWI) by combining full waveform inversion with wave-equation migration velocity anaylisis”

Paper28: Robert G. Clapp, “Image gather reconstruction using STOMP”

Paper29: Stewart A. Levin, “Integral operator quality from low order interpolation”

Paper30: Jon Claerbout, “Polarity preserving decon in N logN time”

Paper31: Jon Claerbout, Antoine Guitton, and Qiang Fu, “Decon in the log domain with variable gain”