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Conference Papers Year : 2005

Automatic faults extraction using double hough transform

Abstract

Many different seismic attributes have been proposed so far in the literature to “mark” the presence of faults in a seismic cube. From these attributes, the challenge is now to extract, automatically, a fault network where each fault is singled out as a subset of points. For this purpose, we propose to use a method based on a cascade of two Hough transforms. The basic idea of this algorithm is that the intersection of a fault by a series of (x,z) cross sections is (approximately) a family of straight‐lines. Each of these straight‐lines is transformed into a point in a first parametric space thanks to a first Hough transform. For each fault, the set of points so obtained constitutes (approximately) a new straight‐line in the parametric space which is then transformed into a point of a second parametric space thanks to a new Hough transform. Reverse transformations allow then to rebuild each fault as a set of points.
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hal-04062092 , version 1 (07-04-2023)

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Pierre Jacquemin, Jean‐Laurent Mallet. Automatic faults extraction using double hough transform. 2005 SEG Annual Meeting, 2005, Houston (TX), United States. pp.755-758, ⟨10.1190/1.2144436⟩. ⟨hal-04062092⟩
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