Method performs the mapping of pre-existing or the natural fractures. Method is called CSPD method.
The CSPD method uses the technique of separating 2D/3D seismic data into reflected waves and scattered waves. The original separation idea, which is based on characteristic features of reflection and scattering, is the kernel of the CSPD method (Common Scattering Point Dip).
Methods of supercomputing processing seismic data based on a mathematical solution of dynamic inverse problems of geophysics are the basis for the creation of a new branch in the industrial seismic – “Scattered Waves Seismic”.
For more details see Common Scattering Point Dip