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2-D imaging conditions in the (xs,t) plane

We can apply an imaging condition that does not assume a uniform contribution of the shots to the image. This can be done by framing the imaging condition as either a 2-D crosscorrelation or a 2-D deconvolution in the shot position/time dimensions (xs,t). Figure [*] shows a cartoon of the domain where this imaging condition is computed. As showed in Figure [*], we can extract a plane (xs,t) from the source and the receiver wavefields at each (x,z) position in the image.

 
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Source and receiver wavefields to be matched in the shot position/time plane.
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Stanford Exploration Project
7/8/2003