10 May 2016

Spectral Decomposition is a standard tool in the seismic interpreters toolbox. It is also a complex tool to use. Many implementations are provided as “black box” technology by vendors, and presented results are often spectacular. The scope of this lecture is hence to give the viewers a thorough scientific understanding of what Spectral Decomposition is, outline how it works, and explain what it can and cannot do. It has been an aim to keep the mathematical terminology simple, and properly explain the terms as they are introduced, such that the content becomes more accessible for an audience outside the hard-core mathematical community.

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