Two unconventional approaches to electromagnetic inversion: hierarchical Bayesian inversion and inverse scattering series
Electromagnetic methods are effective complementary tools, when combined with seismic exploration, for the delineation of a hydrocarbon reservoir, because electromagnetic methods provide extra information about, for example, electric conductivity, which is an important property for the economic evaluation of reservoirs. In this study, we analyze unconventional approaches of electromagnetic inversion: hierarchical Bayesian inversion and inverse scattering series. We apply the hierarchical Bayesian inversion to the uncertainty analysis for the joint inversion and utilize rock-physics models to ...
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Kwon, Myoung Jae
Snieder, Roel, 1958-
born digital; masters theses
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