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Nyquist sampling is applied to obtain a trace of length T). The Fourier transforms are smoothly truncated. using the tapering function Rew - 0 {I + cos(( 0 -Q 1)~)} for 0 1 ( Rew ( O2 , 2 1 For the frequency dependent part few) of the source. we have chosen the Fourier transform of the pulse function i ~~ {I + cos(t~~ ~)}. 0 ( t ( 2~. In Figs. 2a-c the results are displayed for a model with velocity contrasts only. while Figs. 3a-c display density contrasts only. The material properties are defined as follows: Fig.

For a given set of data acquisition parameters, the maximum achieved resolution by data processing is determined by the a. e. the frequency range for which the Fourier components have a signal-to-noise ratio above unity. 29 b. Maximum aperture angle at each depth level for each frequency component; inversion software should handle depth variant and frequency dependent aperture angles. c. Knowledge of the time wavelet and noise power spectrum. d. Knowledge about the 'global' depth model of the subsurface (average velocity, average absorption, main velocity boundaries) • e.

Acoustic data inversion within the temporal band width time wavelet inversion within the interpreter's view of spatial band width inversion the" global" depth model band-limited reflectivity interpreter's view on inversion the "high resolution" depth model high resolution depth model Figure 6: Summary of acoustic inversion. 30 In figure 6 a summary is given on the total acoustic inversion scheme. Note that deconvolution and spatial inversion must yield a result within the acoustic bandwidth but parametric inversion may yield a result far beyond the acoustic bandwidth, depending on the number of parameters to be estimated (sparsity property of the reflectivity function).

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