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In this section, we will show the integration inversion result of a synthetic anticline model by using fitting goals (3) and (4). The integration tomography result is then compared to the regular surface reflection and the VSP tomography result. In order to make the results from the different tomography methods comparable, I use the same model styling goal (4) for all three tomography operations. The techniques developed by Clapp 2001 for reflection tomography, such as performing tomography in the tau domain, steering filter regularization, and preconditioning, are not used in this paper. I plan to extend those techniques to integration tomography in a later work.

 
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7/8/2003