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SEG Technical Program Expanded Abstracts 2005
Remote sensing, medical imaging, and time-lapse seismic monitoring have common challenges in change detection. In this paper we introduce a statistical procedure developed in medical imaging to determine if anomalies in time-lapse seismic data are statistically significant. Using seismic data redundancy, we construct maps of statistical variation and apply an adaptive thresholding to them. The result is a set of maps of statistical significance of subsurface change. Simulation results showdoi:10.1190/1.2148226 fatcat:joo255pg4zgapch5qgpbomrqh4