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Procedures for Geometric Data Reduction in Solid Log ModellingAuthor(s): Luis G. Occeña; Wenzhen Chen; Daniel L. Schmoldt
Source: Proceedings, 4th Industrial Engineering Research Conference Proceedings. 276-279.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
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DescriptionOne of the difficulties in solid log modelling is working with huge data sets, such as those that come from computed axial tomographic imaging. Algorithmic procedures are described in this paper that have successfully reduced data without sacrificing modelling integrity.
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CitationOcceña, Luis G.; Chen, Wenzhen; Schmoldt, Daniel L. 1995. Procedures for Geometric Data Reduction in Solid Log Modelling. Proceedings, 4th Industrial Engineering Research Conference Proceedings. 276-279.
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