His primary areas of investigation include Extrapolation, Optics, Ground-penetrating radar, Seismic migration and Mathematical analysis. His research integrates issues of Seismic wave, Point, Geometry, Finite difference and Prestack in his study of Extrapolation. His research in Optics intersects with topics in Acoustics and Imaging condition.
His Ground-penetrating radar research includes elements of Sedimentary rock, Outcrop, Remote sensing and Facies. George A. McMechan has included themes like Acoustic wave, Reflector, Position, Isotropy and Algorithm in his Seismic migration study. The various areas that George A. McMechan examines in his Mathematical analysis study include Acoustic wave equation and Biot number.
George A. McMechan mainly focuses on Seismology, Mathematical analysis, Seismic migration, Optics and Geometry. The Seismology study combines topics in areas such as Amplitude and Geophysics. George A. McMechan interconnects Wave propagation and Least squares in the investigation of issues within Mathematical analysis.
His Seismic migration research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Algorithm and Prestack. The concepts of his Optics study are interwoven with issues in Acoustics, Seismic wave, Fourier transform and Extrapolation. His Geometry research includes themes of Computation and Transverse isotropy, Anisotropy.
George A. McMechan spends much of his time researching Seismic migration, Mathematical analysis, Algorithm, Amplitude and Optics. His work carried out in the field of Seismic migration brings together such families of science as Wave propagation, Extrapolation and Imaging condition. His work deals with themes such as Real-time computing and Wavelet, which intersect with Extrapolation.
George A. McMechan studies Wave equation which is a part of Mathematical analysis. His Algorithm research incorporates elements of Image and Fourier transform. His work on Polarization, Reflection and Reflectivity as part of his general Optics study is frequently connected to Test data, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science.
George A. McMechan focuses on Seismic migration, Mathematical analysis, Amplitude, Optics and Algorithm. His Seismic migration study incorporates themes from Wave propagation, Prestack, Extrapolation and Imaging condition. His Extrapolation study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Reflection, Real-time computing and Wavelet.
As part of one scientific family, George A. McMechan deals mainly with the area of Mathematical analysis, narrowing it down to issues related to the Least squares, and often Inverse theory, Computational seismology, Augmented Lagrangian method and Wave equation. George A. McMechan combines subjects such as Kinematics and Slowness with his study of Optics. His studies deal with areas such as Tomography and Fourier transform as well as Algorithm.
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MIGRATION BY EXTRAPOLATION OF TIME‐DEPENDENT BOUNDARY VALUES*
G. A. McMECHAN.
Geophysical Prospecting (1983)
Analysis of dispersive waves by wave field transformation
George A. McMechan;Mathew J. Yedlin.
Acquisition and processing of wide-aperture ground-penetrating radar data
Elizabeth Fisher;George A. McMechan;A. Peter Annan.
Reverse-time migration of offset vertical seismic profiling data using the excitation-time imaging condition
Wen-Fong Chang;George A. McMechan.
Elastic reverse-time migration
Wen Fong Chang;George A. McMechan.
Imaging conditions for prestack reverse-time migration
Sandip Chattopadhyay;George A. McMechan.
Examples of reverse-time migration of single-channel, ground-penetrating radar profiles
Elizabeth Fisher;George A. McMechan;A. Peter Annan;Steve W. Cosway.
3-D elastic prestack, reverse-time depth migration
Wen Fong Chang;George A. McMechan.
Scalar reverse‐time depth migration of prestack elastic seismic data
Robert J. Sun;George A. McMechan.
Determination of source parameters by wavefield extrapolation
George A. McMechan.
Geophysical Journal International (1982)
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