Theoretical Performance of Long-Period 3-Component Multichannel Filter Processor.
Advanced Array Research Special rept. no. 4,
TEXAS INSTRUMENTS INC DALLAS SCIENCE SERVICES DIV
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A theroetical study of optimum processing techniques for 3-component long-period seismic arrays is presented. Mathematical models in the form of crosspower matrices are constructed for various proportions of random, directional Rayleigh- and Love-wave noise and isotropic Rayleigh- and Love-wave noise. These models are used to compare a variety of multichannel processing techniques and different array configurations. Gains to be expected from using 3-component rather than vertical-component long-period instruments are estimated. Author
- Seismic Detection and Detectors