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A pace version could have enduring and turning out to be interpretive price, past its preliminary production to optimize the seismic picture. The 3-D pace version is usually outfitted rigorously with a mix of geophysical and geologic enter as a result accuracy calls for put on it through the necessities of intensity imaging. As such, this version turns into an more and more potent interpretive device. This ebook, first released to be used with the SEG/EAGE moment wonderful teacher brief path, addresses the ways that the interpreter should still perform the advance of the speed version and underscores the rate model's interpretive price with various case research examples. This quantity will turn out precious to interpreters fascinated by the possibility of partaking actively within the pace model-building technique and who desire to pursue aggressively the extra benefits provided through the use of the rate version in the course of interpretation. (Video path additionally available.)
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