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Abstract

Geovolume visualization allows the geoscientist to examine many different interpretation possibilities for<br>every data set. However, to gain both speed and accuracy, interpreters must begin to utilize faster methods of<br>(seismic, reservoir characterization etc.) interpretations. Old methods of grid digitizing and interpolation are<br>too slow and inaccurate. New methods began in the 1980’s with trace-based autotracking, and in the 1990’s<br>voxel-based tracking gained momentum. The attribute-based methods of the 2000’s involve the combination<br>of multi-attributes and multi-samples with three-dimensional voxel tracking. This paper will compare and<br>give examples of these tracking techniques along with recommendations of when to use them.

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2003-09-01
2020-12-01
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