Episode 131: How to mine old theories for new insights

Vemund Thorkildsen discusses his paper, “Revisiting holistic migration,” published in October’s The Leading Edge.

In this episode, Vemund discusses questioning the Nyquist-Shannon sampling theorem, mining gaps in past research, and examining the applicability of holistic migration to seismic field data. He also shares how he connected with Enders Robinson to serve as co-author on the paper.

Vemund Thorkildsen is a Ph.D. Candidate at the University of Oslo studying passive and active electromagnetics in the Barents Sea.

Seismic Soundoff · 131: How to mine old theories for new insights

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