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

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This book contains selected contributions from the Workshop on Geostatistical Simulations, which was held in Fontainebleau, May 1993. The papers included are an accurate reflection of the current debates, applications and research interests in geostatistical simulation. Nowadays, in addition to the original turning bands method, there are several other established methods of geostatistical simulation. The continued development of these methods is driven by problems encountered in the implementation of existing methods, e.g. the search for more efficient algorithms, the desire to incorporate new variables such as (geometrical or geological) shapes, the perceived need to eliminate parametric approaches, and the new end-uses of simulated images or models. A number of the most important questions raised are: How are simulation methods and simulated images to be assessed? What properties of simulated images are inherent in the methods used to obtain the images? Are some methods more suitable to specific applications than others?

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Title:Geostatistical Simulations: Proceedings of the Geostatistical Simulation Workshop, Fontainebleau…Format:PaperbackDimensions:268 pagesPublished:December 4, 2010Publisher:Springer NetherlandsLanguage:English

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Introduction. Stochastic Simulation for Imaging Spatial Uncertainty: Comparison and Evaluation of Available Algorithms; C.A. Gotway, B.M. Rutherford. An Extension of the LU Decomposition Method of Simulation; P.A. Dowd, C. Saraç. Discussion following Session No. 1: Chairman J.-P. Chilè. Stochastic Simulation and Conditioning by Annealing in Reservoir Description; B.K. Hegstad, H. Omre, H. Tjelmeland, K. Tyler. Conditional Simulation of a Gaussian Random Vector with Nonlinear and/or Noisy Observations; X. Freulon. Discussion following Session No. 2: Chairman A. Galli. Conditional Simulation for Mining: Practical Implementation in an Industrial Environment; P.J. Ravenscroft. Random Media and Lattice Gas Simulations; R. Brémond, D. Jeulin. Discussion following Session No. 3: Chairman M. Armstrong. Theory and Practice of Sequential Simulation; J.J. Gómez-Hernández, E.F. Cassiraga. Discussion following Session No. 4: Chairman P. Ravenscroft. Reminders on the Conditioning Kriging; C. de Fouquet. Nonconditional Simulation of Stationary Isotropic Multigaussian Random Functions; C. Lantuéjoul. Discussion following Session No. 5: Chairman P. Dowd. Modelling the Karstic Medium: a Geostatistical Approach; O. Jaquet, P.Y. Jeannin. Simulating a Geological Lithofacies with Respect to Connectivity Information Using the Truncated Gaussian Model; D. Allard. Discussion following Session No. 6: Chairman H. Omre. The Pros and Cons of the Truncated Gaussian Method; A. Galli, H. Beucher, G. Le Loc'h, B. Doligez. Conditional Simulation of Facies Architecture in Fluvial Reservoirs; F. Georgsen, T. Egeland, R. Knarud, H. Omre. Discussion following Session No. 7: Chairman C. Daly.

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`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