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Singularity analysis: A tool for extracting lithologic and stratigraphic content from seismic data
SEG Technical Program Expanded Abstracts 2001
In this work, we test an amplitude-independent method of seisimic data analysis designed to extract lithologic information about stratigraphic horizons. We apply the method of singularity characterization in an attempt to determine the sharpness of lithologic boundaries. We infer the sharpness of the boundary based upon a fractional integration of the seismic trace. The order of fractional integration is taken to represent the abruptness of the lithologic transition responsible for a givendoi:10.1190/1.1816686 fatcat:d5esyvm57zdiljauon4xcit6ze