Deep learning (DL) methods are recently used as a powerful tool in seismic signal processing. Most of seismic trace reconstruction methods are governed by the superresolution methods based on the convolutional neural network (CNN). The performances of these kinds of methods depend on not only how training model is constructed but also what is learned from training data, especially on field data application. In this study, we propose two sequences of seismic trace interpolation through t-SNE and convolutional U-Net to provide a guide to the optimal organization of training sets and to successful reconstruction of missing seismic traces. We test the proposed method on the Ocean Bottom Cable (OBC) field data to evaluate performances. The common receiver gather (CRG) as well as another common shot gather (CSG) are reasonably interpolated by the convolutional U-Net model trained with mixed data sets from two CSGs and a spatial aliasing is also reduced properly.

Presentation Date: Monday, September 16, 2019

Session Start Time: 1:50 PM

Presentation Start Time: 3:30 PM

Location: Poster Station 13

Presentation Type: Poster

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