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Salt Dome Interpretation Tool

At the Center for Energy and Geo Processing (CeGP) and at the OLIVES lab, we are conducting research on the automation of seismic interpretation for post-migrated seismic volumes using advanced pattern recognition, machine learning, and human vision system models. The Graphical User Interface (GUI) for visualizing, testing, and benchmarking various algorithms for salt dome delineation is now available to download. This version (v1.0) of the GUI compares different salt dome delineation algorithms.

We seek your feedback and suggestions. You are also welcome to send your salt dome delineation algorithms to include in the GUI for benchmarking, and comparison with other algorithms.

Dataset

We have used the real seismic dataset acquired from the Netherland’s offshore, F3 block in the North Sea, whose size is 24 x 16 km^2. The seismic volume that contains the salt dome structure has an inline number ranging from #151 to #501, a crossline number ranging from #401 to #701, and a time direction ranging from 1,300ms to 1,848ms sampled every 4ms.

Salient Features of the GUI:

Downlaod

In order to receive the download link, please fill out this FORM to submit your information and agree the conditions of use. These information will be kept confidential and will not be released to anybody outside the CeGP administration team.

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