Modeling Structural Uncertainty

Jef K. Caers and Guillaume Caumon. ( 2011 )
in: Modeling Uncertainty in the Earth Sciences, pages 133-151, Wiley-Blackwell

Abstract

Uncertainty modeling being the main topic in this book brings us to the evident question: how to build multiple structural models that serve as a representation or model of uncertainty? This is not as trivial a question as the modeling of properties on a regular grid. The various constraints of geological consistency as well as the difficulty of automating the construction of structural models make this a difficult task.

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    @INCOLLECTION{,
        author = { Caers, Jef K. and Caumon, Guillaume },
         title = { Modeling Structural Uncertainty },
     booktitle = { Modeling Uncertainty in the Earth Sciences },
       chapter = { 8 },
          year = { 2011 },
         pages = { 133-151 },
     publisher = { Wiley-Blackwell },
      abstract = { Uncertainty modeling being the main topic in this book brings us to the evident question: how to build multiple structural models that serve as a representation or model of uncertainty? This is not as trivial a question as the modeling of properties on a regular grid. The various constraints of geological consistency as well as the difficulty of automating the construction of structural models make this a difficult task. }
    }