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// by Yang Zhang // // by Yang Zhang //
-Full thesis [[http://sepwww.stanford.edu/data/media/public/docs/sep159/sep159.pdf|PDF]]+**Downloads** 
 +  * Thesis + Computation recipe [[http://sepwww.stanford.edu/data/media/public/docs/sep159/sep159.tar.gz|tar.gz]] 
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 +  * Thesis [[http://sepwww.stanford.edu/data/media/public/docs/sep159/sep159.pdf|pdf]] 
**Table of contents** **Table of contents**
-  * Chapter 1: [[http://sepwww.stanford.edu/data/media/public/docs/sep159/chap1.pdf|Introduction]] +  * Chapter 1: Introduction 
-  * Chapter 2: [[http://sepwww.stanford.edu/data/media/public/docs/sep159/chap2.pdf|2-D RMO-based WEMVA]] +  * Chapter 2: 2-D RMO-based WEMVA 
-  * Chapter 3: [[http://sepwww.stanford.edu/data/media/public/docs/sep159/chap3.pdf|3-D extension of RMO-based WEMVA]] +  * Chapter 3: 3-D extension of RMO-based WEMVA 
-  * Chapter 4: [[http://sepwww.stanford.edu/data/media/public/docs/sep159/chap4.pdf|3-D field data test —- a target-oriented approach]] +  * Chapter 4: 3-D field data test —- a target-oriented approach 
-  * [[http://sepwww.stanford.edu/data/media/public/docs/sep159/bibli.pdf|Bibliography]]\\+  * Bibliography\\
**Abstract**\\ **Abstract**\\
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Furthermore, I extend the RMO-based WEMVA method to the 3-D case. To deal with multiple azimuths 3-D ADCIG, I augment my method’s formulation by assign- ing independent moveout parameters to each azimuth. A simple synthetic example verifies that the 3-D extension of the RMO-based WEMVA is able to invert simulta- neously velocity information from multiple azimuths. Finally, I apply my RMO-based WEMVA to a 3-D WATS (Wide Azimuth Towed Streamers) field dataset from GOM (Gulf of Mexico). To make applying WEMVA methods to this large industrial scale dataset computationally affordable on the academic computing resources I have in the school of Earth, Energy and Environmental Sciences, I adopt a target-oriented in- version approach that concentrates on a relatively small target area of interest inside the full physical domain of the dataset. The target-oriented RMO-based WEMVA inversion of this field dataset yields geophysically more consistent models. The inver- sion results show convincing imaging improvements and enhancements in the flatness of the 3-D ADCIG universally across the target domain and all azimuths. Furthermore, I extend the RMO-based WEMVA method to the 3-D case. To deal with multiple azimuths 3-D ADCIG, I augment my method’s formulation by assign- ing independent moveout parameters to each azimuth. A simple synthetic example verifies that the 3-D extension of the RMO-based WEMVA is able to invert simulta- neously velocity information from multiple azimuths. Finally, I apply my RMO-based WEMVA to a 3-D WATS (Wide Azimuth Towed Streamers) field dataset from GOM (Gulf of Mexico). To make applying WEMVA methods to this large industrial scale dataset computationally affordable on the academic computing resources I have in the school of Earth, Energy and Environmental Sciences, I adopt a target-oriented in- version approach that concentrates on a relatively small target area of interest inside the full physical domain of the dataset. The target-oriented RMO-based WEMVA inversion of this field dataset yields geophysically more consistent models. The inver- sion results show convincing imaging improvements and enhancements in the flatness of the 3-D ADCIG universally across the target domain and all azimuths.
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-| **[[http://sepwww.stanford.edu/doku.php?id=sep:research:theses:sep159|SEP-159]]**\\ (2015)\\ [[http://sepwww.stanford.edu/data/media/public/docs/sep159/sep159.pdf|PDF]] | //__ Velocity model building using residual moveout-based wave-equation migration velocity analysis __// | ** Yang Zhang ** | 
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