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Paul Goyes-Peñafiel, Edwin Vargas, Claudia V. Correa, Yu Sun, Ulugbek S. Kamilov, Brendt Wohlberg and Henry Arguello, "Coordinate-Based Seismic Interpolation in Irregular Land Survey: A Deep Internal Learning Approach", IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, vol. 61, doi:10.1109/TGRS.2023.3290468, pp. 5912812, Jul 2023


Physical and budget constraints often result in irregular sampling, which complicates accurate subsurface imaging. Pre-processing approaches, such as missing trace or shot interpolation, are typically employed to enhance seismic data in such cases. Recently, deep learning has been used to address the trace interpolation problem at the expense of large amounts of training data to adequately represent typical seismic events. Nonetheless, most research in this area has focused on trace reconstruction, with little attention having been devoted to shot interpolation. Furthermore, existing methods assume regularly spaced receivers/sources failing in approximating seismic data from real (irregular) surveys. This work presents a novel shot gather interpolation approach which uses a continuous coordinate-based representation of the acquired seismic wavefield parameterized by a neural network. The proposed unsupervised approach, which we call coordinate-based seismic interpolation (CoBSI), enables the prediction of specific seismic characteristics in irregular land surveys without using external data during neural network training. Experimental results on real and synthetic 3D data validate the ability of the proposed method to estimate continuous smooth seismic events in the time-space and frequency-wavenumber domains, improving sparsity or low-rank-based interpolation methods.

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author = {Paul Goyes-Pe\~{n}afiel and Edwin Vargas and Claudia V. Correa and Yu Sun and Ulugbek S. Kamilov and Brendt Wohlberg and Henry Arguello},
title = {Coordinate-Based Seismic Interpolation in Irregular Land Survey: A Deep Internal Learning Approach},
year = {2023},
month = Jul,
journal = {IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing},
volume = {61},
doi = {10.1109/TGRS.2023.3290468},
pages = {5912812}