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Fast matrix methods for the lithological interpretation of geophysical logs in Geomathematical and petrophysical studies in Sedimentology. An international Symposium.

Auteurs :
DOVETON, J. H.
CABLE, H. W.
GILL, D.
MERRIAM, D. F.

Description :
The relationship between the number of component unknowns and available logs dictates the determinancy of the solution system. A hierarchy of equivalent matrix methods may be used to evaluate undes determined systems by a matric variance algorithm, uniquely determined systems by a simultaneous equation solution procedure, and over determined systems by a least-squares model. The implementation of these programmed algorithms on a minicomputer in an interactive milieu provides the log analyst with a powerful and flexible tool in the evaluation of subsurface mineralogical composition. The concepts of informative theory are a useful medium to monitor the performance of alternative solution procedures.


Type de document :
Congrès

Source :
International congress on sedimentology. 10th, 1978, p. 101-116, Références bibliographiques : 14 réf.

Date :
1979

Identifiants :
isbn : 0-08-023832-7

Editeur :
Pays édition : Inconnu

Langue :
Anglais
Droits :
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