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Abstract

The interpretation of complex geological data has always been an obstacle in geological model building. This data, frequently well constrained vertically by boreholes and/or at the surface by geological outcrops, tends to be sparse laterally, thereby increasing the difficulty in interpretation. While geological modeling has been performed successfully in less complex areas, until recently, the lack of calculation and graphical computer power has prevented complex problems from being addressed. With the advent of new hardware technology, software developers, in conjunction with researchers, have been developing powerful new application software specific to the requirements of the geologist and engineer that can address these geologic modeling obstacles .

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2020-10-26
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