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Course Name
Turkish Veri Islem
English Data Processing
Course Code
JEF 212E Credit Lecture
Semester 4
3 2 - 2
Course Language English
Course Coordinator Hüseyin Argun Kocaoğlu
Course Objectives • Have the students gain knowledge on the application of basic sciences, basic engineering sciences and earth sciences for the solution of geophysical engineering problems.
• Increase students’ capability to process the collected geophysical data by means of modern hardware and software facilities of information technologies
Course Description Various data processing techniques are applied to the geophysical data collected in a systematic way in the field to prepare them for interpretation. Data processing methods based on communication theory are lectured in this course.
Course Outcomes 1. Data classification,the Fourier Series and the Fourier Transform, Amplitude and Phase Spectra,
2. Fourier transform properties
3. Sampling theory, time and frequency resolution
4. Discrete Fourier Transform and 2D Fourier Transform
5. Linear Time Invariant systems and Convolution Theory (continuous and discrete)
6. Correlation Theory (continuous and discrete), and Power spectrum
7. Z Transformation, stability, causality and phase considerations of the wavelets
8. Smoothing operators, Windowing, Filtering and Hilbert Transform,
9. Deconvolution Theory and inverse filtering
Required Facilities
Textbook • Brigham, E.O., 1974. The Fast Fourier Transform, Prentice Hall.
• Buttkus, B. 2000. Spectral Analysis and Filter Theory in Applied Geophysics, Springer.
• Canıtez N., Yaramacı, U. & H. Özdemir, 1987. Spektral Analiz ve Jeofizik Uygulamaları, TMMOB Jeofizik Mh. Odası Egitim Yayınları No:1
• Gubbins D. , 2004. Time Series Analysis and Inverse Theory for Geophysicists, Cambridge University Press.
• Yılmaz, Ö., 1997. Seismic Data Processing, Society of Exploration Geophysics.
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