Structural models: Optimizing risk analysis by understanding conceptual uncertainty

@inproceedings{Bond2008StructuralMO,
  title={Structural models: Optimizing risk analysis by understanding conceptual uncertainty},
  author={Clare Elizabeth Bond and Zoe K. Shipton and Alan D. Gibbs and Serena Jones},
  year={2008}
}
Geoscience may be regarded as an uncertain science, as it is often based on the interpretation of equivocal data. Analysis of multiple interpretations of a single dataset has shown that conceptual uncertainty can result in a wide range of interpretational outcomes. Many geological models based on a wide variety of concepts were developed by different geoscientists for the same dataset. In this paper we suggest methods to improve the effectiveness of interpretation workflows based on… CONTINUE READING

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