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Pinch-outs, Dip varying with depth

The basic assumption of the Fourier methods described in equations (5) and (7) is that the shifts required to flatten a cube can be determined from time-slices. In other words, the dip is invariant with depth. The following model has reflectors with pinch-outs that become steeper with depth.


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