Joint inversion of seismic data for acoustic impedance
【摘要】：正I propose a joint inversion scheme to integrate seismic data,well data,and geological knowledge for acoustic impedance estimation,I examine the problem of recovering acoustic impedance from band-limited seismic data.Optimal estimation of impedance can be achieved by combined applications of model-based and deconvolution-based methods.1 incorporate the Robinson seismic convolutional model(RSCM) into the Caianiello neural network for network mapping. The Caianiello neural network provides an efficient approach to decompose the seismic wavelet and its inverse. The joint inversion consists of four steps:(1) multistage seismic inverse wavelets(MSIW) extraction at the wells, (2) the deconvolution with MSIW for initial impedance estimation.(3) multistage seismic wavelets(MSW) extraction at the wells,and(4) the model-based reconstruction of impedance with MSW for improving the initial impedance model.The Caianiello neural network offers two algorithms for the four-step process:neural wavelet estimation and input signal reconstruction.The frequency-domain implementation of the algorithms enables control of the inversion on different frequency scales and facilitates an understanding of reservoir behavior on different resolution scales.The test results show that.with well control,the joint inversion can significantly improve the spatial description of reservoirs in data sets involving complex continental deposits.