Joint states of information from different probabilistic geo-profile reconstruction methods Academic Article uri icon

abstract

  • © 2014 Taylor & Francis. Development of technologies for site characterization has grown at a faster pace compared to the development of decisionmaking methods required for the assimilation of inferences they generate. In the case of geophysical surveying, such dephase adds to the dependency on the use of expert’s judgment in the interpretation of geophysical mappings. A systematic assimilation of this type of geo-surveying evidence is required, in particular for the integration of spatial geomorphological information (i.e., stratigraphy), characterized from different geophysical methods. This paper presents a methodology to address this challenge by the use of a probabilistic approach. A set of synthetic geophysical mappings are used to illustrate the applicability of the proposed methodology and its potential extrapolation to other scientific imaging disciplines.

author list (cited authors)

  • Medina-Cetina, Z., & Esmailzadeh, S.

citation count

  • 5

publication date

  • July 2014