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69th EAGE Conference and Exhibition - Workshop Package
Motivation Migration generally does not correctly recover the amplitudes. Least-squares migration is computationally unfeasible. Amplitude recovery (e.g. AGC) lacks robustness w.r.t. noise. Existing diagonal amplitude-recovery methods do not always correct for the order (1 -2D) of the Hessian [see Symes '07] do not invert the scaling robustly Moreover, these (scaling) methods assume that there are no conflicting dips (conormal) in the model is infinite aperture are infinitely-highdoi:10.3997/2214-4609.201405092 fatcat:zkizomrqajglbfrjvsbbxxpayy