Data interpolation is a fundamental step in any seismic processing workflow. Among machine learning techniques recently proposed to solve data interpolation as an inverse problem, Deep Prior paradigm aims at employing a convolutional neural network to capture priors on the data in order to regularize the inversion. However, this technique lacks of reconstruction precision when interpolating highly decimated data due to the presence of aliasing. In this work, we propose to improve Deep Prior inversion by adding a directional Laplacian as regularization term to the problem. This regularizer drives the optimization towards solutions that honor the slopes estimated from the interpolated data low frequencies. We provide some numerical examples to showcase the methodology devised in this manuscript, showing that our results are less prone to aliasing also in presence of noisy and corrupted data.

Anti-Aliasing Add-On For Deep Prior Seismic Data Interpolation

F. Picetti;V. Lipari;P. Bestagini;S. Tubaro
2021

Abstract

Data interpolation is a fundamental step in any seismic processing workflow. Among machine learning techniques recently proposed to solve data interpolation as an inverse problem, Deep Prior paradigm aims at employing a convolutional neural network to capture priors on the data in order to regularize the inversion. However, this technique lacks of reconstruction precision when interpolating highly decimated data due to the presence of aliasing. In this work, we propose to improve Deep Prior inversion by adding a directional Laplacian as regularization term to the problem. This regularizer drives the optimization towards solutions that honor the slopes estimated from the interpolated data low frequencies. We provide some numerical examples to showcase the methodology devised in this manuscript, showing that our results are less prone to aliasing also in presence of noisy and corrupted data.
IEEE International Conference on Image Processing (ICIP)
9781665441155
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