Designing simultaneous acquisitions with compressive sensing

TitleDesigning simultaneous acquisitions with compressive sensing
Publication TypeConference
Year of Publication2009
AuthorsTim T.Y. Lin, Felix J. Herrmann
Conference NameEAGE Annual Conference Proceedings
Month06
OrganizationEAGE
KeywordsEAGE, Presentation
Abstract

The goal of this paper is in designing a functional simultaneous acquisition scheme by applying the principles of compressive sensing. By framing the acquisition in a compressive sensing setting we immediately gain insight into not only how to choose the source signature and shot patterns, but also in how well we can hope to demultiplex the data when given a set amount of reduction in the number of sweeps. The principles of compressive sensing dictates that the quality of the demultiplexed data is closely related to the transform-domain sparsity of the solution. This means that, given an estimate in the complexity of the expectant data wavefield, it is possible to controllably reduce the number of shots that needs to be recorded in the field. We show a proof of concept by introducing an acquisition compatible with compressive sensing based on randomly phase-encoded vibroseis sweeps.

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