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Controlling amplitudes in 2.5D common‐shot migration to zero offset
Configuration transform operations such as dip moveout, migration to zero offset, and shot and offset continuation use seismic data recorded with a certain measurement configuration to simulate data as if recorded with other configurations. Common-shot migration to zero offset (CS-MZO), analyzed in this paper, transforms a common-shot section into a zero-offset section. It can be realized as a Kirchhoff-type stacking operation for 3D wave propagation in a 2D laterally inhomogeneous medium. Bydoi:10.1190/1.1801946 fatcat:mad3mjkexzgczadqmouq3bak24