SUTAUP - forwared and inverse T-X and F-K global slant stacks
sutaup outfile [optional parameters]
Optional Parameters:
option=1 =1 for forward F-K domian computation
=2 for forward T-X domain computation
=3 for inverse F-K domain computation
=4 for inverse T-X domain computation
dt=tr.dt (from header) time sampling interval (secs)
nx=ntr (counted from data) number of horizontal samples (traces)
dx=1 horizontal sampling interval (m)
npoints=71 number of points for rho filter
pmin=0.0 minimum slope for Tau-P transform (s/m)
pmax=1/500 maximum slope for Tau-P transform (s/m)
np=nx number of slopes for Tau-P transform
ntau=nt number of time samples in Tau-P domain
fmin=3 minimum frequency of interest
verbose=0 verbose = 1 echoes information
tmpdir= if non-empty, use the value as a directory path
prefix for storing temporary files; else if the
the CWP_TMPDIR environment variable is set use
its value for the path; else use tmpfile()
Notes:
The cascade of a forward and inverse tau-p transform preserves the
relative amplitudes in a data panel, but not the absolute amplitudes
meaning that a scale factor must be applied to data output by such a
a cascade before the output may be compared to the original data.
This is a characteristic of the algorithm employed in this program.
(Suradon does not have this problem.)
Credits: CWP: Gabriel Alvarez, 1995.
Reference:
Levin, F., editor, 1991, Slant-Stack Processing, Geophysics Reprint
Series #14, SEG Press, Tulsa.
Trace header fields accessed: ns, dt
Trace header fields modified: dt,d2,f2