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Geostatistical Simulations : Proceedings of the Geostatistical Simulation Workshop, Fontainebleau, France, 27-28 May 1993 - M. Armstrong

Geostatistical Simulations

Proceedings of the Geostatistical Simulation Workshop, Fontainebleau, France, 27-28 May 1993

By: M. Armstrong (Editor), P.A. Dowd (Editor)

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When this two-day meeting was proposed, it was certainly not conceived as a celebration, much less as a party. However, on reflection, this might have been a wholly appropriate gesture because geostatistical simulation came of age this year: it is now 21 years since it was first proposed and implemented in the form of the turning bands method. The impetus for the original development was the mining industry, principally the problems encountered in mine planning and design based on smoothed estimates which did not reflect the degree of variability and detail present in the real, mined values. The sustained period of development over recent years has been driven by hydrocarbon applications. In addition to the original turning bands method there are now at least six other established methods of geostatistical simulation. Having reached adulthood, it is entirely appropriate that geostatistical simulation should now be subjected to an intense period of reflection and assessment. That we have now entered this period was evident in many of the papers and much of the discussion at the Fontainebleau meeting. Many questions were clearly articulated for the first time and, although many ofthem were not unambiguously answered, their presentation at the meeting and publication in this book will generate confirmatory studies and further research.

`Readers will enjoy sections in this book that present transcripts of discussions on the various papers ... All discussion seeks additional information or clarification of papers. Together with the responses to questions and comments, these discussion sections, at times, are as informative as the papers. Papers are well written and well formatted ... All papers present valuable information on algorithms and reference useful software. This book is a valuable reference and is therefore highly recommended ...' Mathematical Geology, May 1995

Introduction
List of Participants
Stochastic Simulation for Imaging Spatial Uncertainty: Comparison and Evaluation of Available Algorithmsp. 1
An Extension of the LU Decomposition Method of Simulationp. 23
Stochastic Simulation and Conditioning by Annealing in Reservoir Descriptionp. 43
Conditional Simulation of a Gaussian Random Vector with Non Linear and/or Noisy Observationsp. 57
Conditional Simulation for Mining: Practical Implementation in an Industrial Environmentp. 79
Random Media and Lattice Gas Simulationsp. 89
Theory and Practice of Sequential Simulationp. 111
Reminders on the Conditioning Krigingp. 131
Non Conditional Simulation of Stationary Isotropic Multigaussian Random Functionsp. 147
Modelling the Karstic Medium: A Geostatistical Approachp. 185
Simulating a Geological Lithofacies with Respect to Connectivity Information Using the Truncated Gaussian Modelp. 197
The Pros and Cons of the Truncated Gaussian Methodp. 217
Conditional Simulation of Facies Architecture in Fluvial Reservoirsp. 235
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ISBN: 9780792327325
ISBN-10: 0792327322
Series: Quantitative Geology and Geostatistics
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 258
Published: 31st March 1994
Publisher: Springer
Country of Publication: NL
Dimensions (cm): 24.0 x 15.5  x 1.91
Weight (kg): 1.25