dynamic correlation

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A cross-correlation process which involves traces of different offsets, and the adding together of the cross-correlations for similar pairs of traces over a number of adjacent depth points. The cross-correlations for successive differences of offset are squared, displayed, and alignments selected to calculate the residual normal move-out and stacking velocity for each alignment. It is a GSI (Geophysical Service Inc.) process.

Subjects: Earth Sciences and Geography.

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