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- 70 years of machine learning in geoscience in review
- Machine learning and fault rupture: A review
- Machine learning techniques for fractured media
- Seismic signal augmentation to improve generalization of deep neural networks
- Deep generator priors for Bayesian seismic inversion
- An introduction to the two-scale homogenization method for seismology
Jesper Sören Dramsch
Christopher X. Ren, Claudia Hulbert, Paul A. Johnson and Bertrand Rouet-Leduc
Weiqiang Zhu , S. Mostafa Mousavi and Gregory C. Beroza
Zhilong Fang, Hongjian Fang and L. Demanet
Yann Capdeville, Paul Cupillard and Sneha Singh
Advances in Geophysics, Volume 61 - Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence in Geosciences, the latest release in this highly-respected publication in the field of geophysics, contains new chapters on a variety of topics, including a historical review on the development of machine learning, machine learning to investigate fault rupture on various scales, a review on machine learning techniques to describe fractured media, signal augmentation to improve the generalization of deep neural networks, deep generator priors for Bayesian seismic inversion, as well as a review on homogenization for seismology, and more.
- Provides high-level reviews of the latest innovations in geophysics
- Written by recognized experts in the field
- Presents an essential publication for researchers in all fields of geophysics
Graduate students, scientists and engineers of geophysics, physics, acoustics, civil engineering, environmental sciences, geology and planetary sciences
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- © Academic Press 2020
- 22nd September 2020
- Academic Press
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Ben Moseley works at the Department of Computer Science at the University of Oxford and is currently researching the use of machine learning for seismic simulation and inversion, as well as machine learning for space science. Previously he was a geophysicist in the hydrocarbon industry, with experience in seismic processing, imaging and exploration
Department of Computer Science, University of Oxford NASA Frontier Development Lab, Mountain View, CA, USA
Lion Krischer works at the Department of Earth Sciences at the ETH Zurich in Switzerland. His works sits at the crossroads where seismology meets computational science, Big Data engineering, and machine learning.
Department of Earth Sciences at the ETH Zurich in Switzerland.
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