T-PROGS: transition probability geostatistical software. The purpose of T-PROGS is to enable implementation of a transition probability/Markov approach to geostatistical simulation of categorical variables.
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References in zbMATH (referenced in 8 articles )
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- Bakshevskaia, Veronika A.; Pozdniakov, Sergey P.: Simulation of hydraulic heterogeneity and upscaling permeability and dispersivity in Sandy-Clay formations (2016)
- Beisman, James J.; Maxwell, Reed M.; Navarre-Sitchler, Alexis K.; Steefel, Carl I.; Molins, Sergi: ParCrunchFlow: an efficient, parallel reactive transport simulation tool for physically and chemically heterogeneous saturated subsurface environments (2015)
- Chang, Haibin; Zhang, Dongxiao; Lu, Zhiming: History matching of facies distribution with the EnKF and level set parameterization (2010)
- Engdahl, Nicholas B.; Weissmann, Gary S.; Bonal, Nedra D.: An integrated approach to shallow aquifer characterization: Combining geophysics and geostatistics (2010)
- Harp, Dylan R.; Vesselinov, Velimir V.: Stochastic inverse method for estimation of geostatistical representation of hydrogeologic stratigraphy using borehole logs and pressure observations (2010)
- Dumedah, Gift; Schuurman, Nadine: Minimizing the effects of inaccurate sediment description in borehole data using rough sets and transition probability (2008) ioport