Fuzzy Logic in GeologyEdited by
- Robert Demicco
- George Klir
Theoreticians, practitioners, educator, and students of applied mathematics, geology, hydrology, geophysical analysis, sedimentology, and petroleum geology, as well as fuzzy logic researchers.
Published: September 2003
Imprint: Academic Press
'Fuzzy logic is a technology that definitely deserves a lot more attention in the geosciences. This book serves as an excellent starting point for any geophysicist interested in learning about soft computing techniques, and applying them to seismic processing and interpretation.' The Leading Edge, June 2004
- Contributors; Foreword By Lotfi A. Zadeh; Preface; Glossary Of Symbols; Introduction (Demicco And Klir); Fuzzy Logic: A Specialized Tutorial (Klir); Fuzzy Logic And Earth Science: An Overview (Demicco); Fuzzy Logic In Geological Sciences: A Literature Review (Demicco); Applications of Fuzzy Logic to Stratigraphic Modeling (Demicco); Fuzzy Logic In Hydrology And Water Resources (Bogardi, Bardossy, Duckstein And Pongracz); Formal Concept Analysis In Geology (Belohlavek); Fuzzy Logic and Earthquake Research (Chongfu); Fuzzy Transform: Application to the Reef Growth Problem (Perfilieva); Ancient Sea-Level Estimation (Novak); Acknowledgments; Name Index; Subject Index.