Up: Crawley: Interpolation
The results are very satisfying.
Naturally an unaliased wavefield is preferable to an aliased wavefield, if
the data are interpolated with good fidelity.
The interpolation residual is non-zero
but mostly small, especially at far offsets.
The example presented in this abstract is a 2-D survey,
the theory is unchanged in 3-D, and fidelity will probably be better, thanks
to the added directions of prediction.
Stanford Exploration Project