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acknowledgments

I would like to thank Paul Sava for providing the migration codes.

 
comp.ang.100
comp.ang.100
Figure 5
The cmp location is 3050 m. (a) Migration result. (b) Inversion result. (c) Filtering result (${\bf \hat{b}*m_1}$). The filtering result is comparable in amplitude to the inversion panel with fewer artifacts.
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comp.ang.300
comp.ang.300
Figure 6
The cmp location is 5550 m. (a) Migration result. (b) Inversion result. (c) Filtering result (${\bf \hat{b}*m_1}$).
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filter-minve0
Figure 7
Sample of the estimated matched filters for Figure [*]a. Each filter is 10 by 10. The shape of these filters prove that they tend to smooth energy along the main reflectors.
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comp.stack.ang1
comp.stack.ang1
Figure 8
(a) Stack across angle of the migrated image ${\bf
 m_1}$. (b) Stack across angle of the migrated image ${\bf m_2}$.
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comp.stack.ang2
comp.stack.ang2
Figure 9
(a) Stack across angle of the inverted image. (b) Stack across angle of the filtered image ${\bf \hat{b}*m_1}$.
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