Lossless compression of 3D seismic data using a horizon motion compensated 3D lifting scheme

Abstract : In this paper we present a method to optimize the computation of the wavelet transform for the 3D seismic data while reducing the energy of coefficients to the minimum. This allow us to reduce the entropy of the signal and so increase the compression ratios. The proposed method exploits the geometrical information contained in the seismic 3D data to optimize the computation of the wavelet transform. Indeed, the classic filtering is replaced by a filtering following the horizons contained in the 3D seismic images. Applying this approach in two dimensions permits us to obtain wavelets coefficients with lowest energy. The experiments show that our method permits to save extra 8% of the size of the object compared to the classic wavelet transform.
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Wavelet Applications in Industrial Processing VII, Electronic Imaging 2010, SPIE., Jan 2010, San josé, CA,, United States. 7535, pp.753503, 2010, 〈10.1117/12.840186〉
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Anis Meftah, Marc Antonini, Chokri Ben Amar. Lossless compression of 3D seismic data using a horizon motion compensated 3D lifting scheme. Wavelet Applications in Industrial Processing VII, Electronic Imaging 2010, SPIE., Jan 2010, San josé, CA,, United States. 7535, pp.753503, 2010, 〈10.1117/12.840186〉. 〈hal-00481656〉

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