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    Relevance Sensitive Belief Structures.Samir Chopra & Rohit Parikh - unknown
    We propose a new relevance sensitive model for representing and revising belief structures, which relies on a notion of partial language splitting and tolerates some amount of inconsistency while retaining classical logic. The model preserves an agent's ability to answer queries in a coherent way using Belnap's four-valued logic. Axioms analogous to the AGM axioms hold for this new model. The distinction between implicit and explicit beliefs is represented and psychologically plausible, computationally tractable procedures for query answering and belief..
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    Multispectral, Multiazimuth, and Multioffset Coherence Attribute Applications.Satinder Chopra & Kurt J. Marfurt - 2019 - Interpretation 7 (2):SC21-SC32.
    The coherence attribute computation is typically carried out as a poststack application on 3D prestack migrated seismic data volumes. However, since its inception, interpreters have applied coherence to band-pass-filtered data, azimuthally limited stacks, and offset-limited stacks to enhance discontinuities seen at specific frequencies, azimuths, and offsets. The limitation of this approach is the multiplicity of coherence volumes. Of the various coherence algorithms that have evolved over the past 25 years, the energy ratio coherence computation stands apart from the others, being (...)
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    Seismic Reservoir Characterization of Utica-Point Pleasant Shale with Efforts at Quantitative Interpretation — A Case Study: Part 1.Satinder Chopra, Ritesh Kumar Sharma, Hossein Nemati & James Keay - 2018 - Interpretation: SEG 6 (2):T313-T324.
    The Utica Shale is one of the major source rocks in Ohio, and it extends across much of the eastern United States. Its organic richness, high content of calcite, and development of extensive organic porosity make it a perfect unconventional play, and it has gained the attention of the oil and gas industry. The primary target zone in the Utica Play includes the Utica Formation, Point Pleasant Formation, and Trenton Formation intervals. We attempt to identify the sweet spots within the (...)
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    Seismic Reservoir Characterization of Utica-Point Pleasant Shale with Efforts at Quantitative Interpretation — A Case Study: Part 1.Satinder Chopra, Ritesh Kumar Sharma, Hossein Nemati & James Keay - 2018 - Interpretation 6 (2):T313-T324.
    The Utica Shale is one of the major source rocks in Ohio, and it extends across much of the eastern United States. Its organic richness, high content of calcite, and development of extensive organic porosity make it a perfect unconventional play, and it has gained the attention of the oil and gas industry. The primary target zone in the Utica Play includes the Utica Formation, Point Pleasant Formation, and Trenton Formation intervals. We attempt to identify the sweet spots within the (...)
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  5. Benton, RA, 527 Blackburn, P., 281 Braüner, T., 359 Brink, C., 543.S. Chopra, B. J. Copeland, E. Corazza, S. Donaho, F. Ferreira, H. Field, D. M. Gabbay, L. Goldstein, J. Heidema & M. J. Hill - 2002 - Journal of Philosophical Logic 31 (615).
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    Seismic Reservoir Characterization of Utica-Point Pleasant Shale with Efforts at Fracability Evaluation- a Case Study: Part 2.Ritesh Kumar Sharma, Satinder Chopra, James Keay, Hossein Nemati & Larry Lines - forthcoming - Interpretation:1-36.
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    Seismic Reservoir Characterization of Utica-Point Pleasant Shale with Efforts at Fracability Evaluation — Part 2: A Case Study.Ritesh Kumar Sharma, Satinder Chopra, James Keay, Hossein Nemati & Larry Lines - 2018 - Interpretation: SEG 6 (2):T325-T336.
    The Utica Formation in eastern Ohio possesses all the prerequisites for being a successful unconventional play. Attempts at seismic reservoir characterization of the Utica Formation have been discussed in part 1, in which, after providing the geologic background of the area of study, the preconditioning of prestack seismic data, well-log correlation, and building of robust low-frequency models for prestack simultaneous impedance inversion were explained. All these efforts were aimed at identification of sweet spots in the Utica Formation in terms of (...)
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    Seismic Reservoir Characterization of Duvernay Shale with Quantitative Interpretation and Induced Seismicity Considerations — A Case Study.Satinder Chopra, Ritesh Kumar Sharma, Amit Kumar Ray, Hossein Nemati, Ray Morin, Brian Schulte & David D’Amico - 2017 - Interpretation: SEG 5 (2):T185-T197.
    The Devonian Duvernay Formation in northwest central Alberta, Canada, has become a hot play in the past few years due to its richness in liquid and gaseous hydrocarbon resources. The oil and gas generation in this shale formation made it the source rock for many oil and gas fields in its vicinity. We attempt to showcase the characterization of Duvernay Formation using 3D multicomponent seismic data and integrating it with the available well log and other relevant data. This has been (...)
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    Volumetric Fault Image Enhancement — Some Applications.Satinder Chopra & Kurt J. Marfurt - 2017 - Interpretation: SEG 5 (2):T151-T161.
    The interpretation of faults on 3D seismic data is often aided by the use of geometric attributes such as coherence and curvature. Unfortunately, these same attributes also delineate stratigraphic boundaries and apparent discontinuities due to cross-cutting seismic noise. Effective fault mapping thus requires enhancing piecewise continuous faults and suppressing stratabound edges and unconformities as well as seismic noise. To achieve this objective, we apply two passes of edge-preserving structure-oriented filtering followed by a recently developed fault enhancement algorithm based on a (...)
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    Decoding Liberation: The Promise of Free and Open Source Software.Samir Chopra & Scott Dexter - manuscript
    Routledge (New Media and Cyberculture Series), July 2007.
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    Iterated Belief Change and the Recovery Axiom.Samir Chopra, Aditya Ghose, Thomas Meyer & Ka-Shu Wong - 2008 - Journal of Philosophical Logic 37 (5):501-520.
    The axiom of recovery, while capturing a central intuition regarding belief change, has been the source of much controversy. We argue briefly against putative counterexamples to the axiom—while agreeing that some of their insight deserves to be preserved—and present additional recovery-like axioms in a framework that uses epistemic states, which encode preferences, as the object of revisions. This makes iterated revision possible and renders explicit the connection between iterated belief change and the axiom of recovery. We provide a representation theorem (...)
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    Non-Prioritized Ranked Belief Change.Samir Chopra, Aditya Ghose & Thomas Meyer - 2003 - Journal of Philosophical Logic 32 (4):417-443.
    Traditional accounts of belief change have been criticized for placing undue emphasis on the new belief provided as input. A recent proposal to address such issues is a framework for non-prioritized belief change based on default theories (Ghose and Goebel, 1998). A novel feature of this approach is the introduction of disbeliefs alongside beliefs which allows for a view of belief contraction as independently useful, instead of just being seen as an intermediate step in the process of belief revision. This (...)
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    Relevance in Belief Revision.Pavlos Peppas, Mary-Anne Williams, Samir Chopra & Norman Foo - 2015 - Artificial Intelligence 229:126-138.
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    Replacing Conventional Brittleness Indices Determination with New Attributes Using True Hydrofracturing Mechanism.Ritesh Kumar Sharma, Satinder Chopra & Larry R. Lines - 2020 - Interpretation 8 (4):T1081-T1095.
    Shale resource plays are associated with low permeability; hence, hydraulic fracturing is required for their stimulation and production. Even though considerable nonuniqueness exists in identifying favorable zones for hydraulic fracturing, geophysicists seem to be avid followers of low-Poisson’s ratio and high-Young’s modulus brittleness criteria, proposed a decade ago. We highlight the misinterpretation that one may run into in following such a criterion for any shale play and develop a new attribute that makes use of strain energy density and fracture toughness. (...)
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    Relevance Sensitive Non-Monotonic Inference on Belief Sequences.Samir Chopra, Konstantinos Georgatos & Rohit Parikh - 2001 - Journal of Applied Non-Classical Logics 11 (1-2):131-150.
    We present a method for relevance sensitive non-monotonic inference from belief sequences which incorporates insights pertaining to prioritized inference and relevance sensitive, inconsistency tolerant belief revision. Our model uses a finite, logically open sequence of propositional formulas as a representation for beliefs and defines a notion of inference from maxiconsistent subsets of formulas guided by two orderings: a temporal sequencing and an ordering based on relevance relations between the putative conclusion and formulas in the sequence. The relevance relations are ternary (...)
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    Belief Liberation.Richard Booth, Samir Chopra, Aditya Ghose & Thomas Meyer - 2005 - Studia Logica 79 (1):47-72.
    We provide a formal study of belief retraction operators that do not necessarily satisfy the postulate. Our intuition is that a rational description of belief change must do justice to cases in which dropping a belief can lead to the inclusion, or ‘liberation’, of others in an agent's corpus. We provide two models of liberation via retraction operators: ρ-liberation and linear liberation. We show that the class of ρ-liberation operators is included in the class of linear ones and provide axiomatic (...)
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    Coherence Attribute Applications on Seismic Data in Various Guises — Part 1.Satinder Chopra & Kurt J. Marfurt - 2018 - Interpretation: SEG 6 (3):T521-T529.
    The iconic coherence attribute is very useful for imaging geologic features such as faults, deltas, submarine canyons, karst collapse, mass-transport complexes, and more. In addition to its preconditioning, the interpretation of discrete stratigraphic features on seismic data is also limited by its bandwidth, where in general the data with higher bandwidth yield crisper features than data with lower bandwidth. Some form of spectral balancing applied to the seismic amplitude data can help in achieving such an objective so that coherence run (...)
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    Artificial Agents - Personhood in Law and Philosophy.Samir Chopra - manuscript
    Thinking about how the law might decide whether to extend legal personhood to artificial agents provides a valuable testbed for philosophical theories of mind. Further, philosophical and legal theorising about personhood for artificial agents can be mutually informing. We investigate two case studies, drawing on legal discussions of the status of artificial agents. The first looks at the doctrinal difficulties presented by the contracts entered into by artificial agents. We conclude that it is not necessary or desirable to postulate artificial (...)
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  19. Double Preference Relations for Generalised Belief Change.Richard Booth, Samir Chopra, Thomas Meyer & Aditya Ghose - 2010 - Artificial Intelligence 174 (16-17):1339-1368.
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    Distance Semantics for Relevance-Sensitive Belief Revision.Pavlos Peppas, Samir Chopra & Norman Foo - unknown
    Possible-world semantics are provided for Parikh’s relevance-sensitive model for belief revision. Having Grove’s system-of-spheres construction as a base, we consider additional constraints on measuring distance between possible worlds, and we prove that, in the presence of the AGM postulates, these constraints characterize precisely Parikh’s axiom (P). These additional constraints essentially generalize a criterion of similarity that predates axiom (P) and was originally introduced in the context of Reasoning about Action. A by-product of our study is the identification of two possible (...)
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  21. Benevides, MRF, 343 Berk, L., 323 Boėr, SE, 43 Calabrese, PG.S. Chopra, A. G. Cohn, R. P. de Freitas, H. Field, A. Ghose, L. Goble, V. Halbach, L. Humberstone, N. Kamide & S. Kovac - 2003 - Journal of Philosophical Logic 32 (669).
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    Coherence Attribute Applications on Seismic Data in Various Guises — Part 2.Satinder Chopra & Kurt J. Marfurt - 2018 - Interpretation: SEG 6 (3):T613-T623.
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    Coherence Attribute Applications on Seismic Data in Various Guises — Part 2.Satinder Chopra & Kurt J. Marfurt - 2018 - Interpretation 6 (3):T531-T541.
    We have previously discussed some alternative means of modifying the frequency spectrum of the input seismic data to modify the resulting coherence image. The simplest method was to increase the high-frequency content by computing the first and second derivatives of the original seismic amplitudes. We also evaluated more sophisticated techniques, including the application of structure-oriented filtering to different spectral components before spectral balancing, thin-bed reflectivity inversion, bandwidth extension, and the amplitude volume technique. We further examine the value of coherence computed (...)
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    Approximate Belief Revision.S. Chopra, R. Parikh & R. Wassermann - 2001 - Logic Journal of the IGPL 9 (6):755-768.
    The standard theory for belief revision provides an elegant and powerful framework for reasoning about how a rational agent should change its beliefs when confronted with new information. However, the agents considered are extremely idealized. Some recent models attempt to tackle the problem of plausible belief revision by adding structure to the belief bases and using nonstandard inference operations. One of the key ideas is that not all of an agent's beliefs are relevant for an operation of belief change.In this (...)
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    Some Logics of Belief and Disbelief.Samir Chopra - unknown
    The introduction of explicit notions of rejection, or disbelief, into logics for knowledge representation can be justified in a number of ways. Motivations range from the need for versions of negation weaker than classical negation, to the explicit recording of classic belief contraction operations in the area of belief change, and the additional levels of expressivity obtained from an extended version of belief change which includes disbelief contraction. In this paper we present four logics of disbelief which address some or (...)
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    Free Software and the Economics of Information Justice.S. Chopra & S. Dexter - 2011 - Ethics and Information Technology 13 (3):173-184.
    Claims about the potential of free software to reform the production and distribution of software are routinely countered by skepticism that the free software community fails to engage the pragmatic and economic ‘realities’ of a software industry. We argue to the contrary that contemporary business and economic trends definitively demonstrate the financial viability of an economy based on free software. But the argument for free software derives its true normative weight from social justice considerations: the evaluation of the basis for (...)
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    Privacy and Artificial Agents, or, is Google Reading My Email?Samir Chopra & Laurence White - manuscript
    in Proceedings of the International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence, 2007.
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    The Freedoms of Software and its Ethical Uses.Samir Chopra & Scott Dexter - 2009 - Ethics and Information Technology 11 (4):287-297.
    The “free” in “free software” refers to a cluster of four specific freedoms identified by the Free Software Definition. The first freedom, termed “Freedom Zero,” intends to protect the right of the user to deploy software in whatever fashion, towards whatever end, he or she sees fit. But software may be used to achieve ethically questionable ends. This highlights a tension in the provision of software freedoms: while the definition explicitly forbids direct restrictions on users’ freedoms, it does not address (...)
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  29. An Approach to Energy Conservation in Developing Countries.Sk Chopra - 1993 - In S. Z. Qasim (ed.), Science and Quality of Life. Offsetters. pp. 167.
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  30. Belief Structures and Sequences: Relevance-Sensitive, Inconsistency-Tolerant Models for Belief Revision.Samir Chopra - 2000 - Dissertation, City University of New York
    This thesis proposes and presents two new models for belief representation and belief revision. The first model is the B-structures model which relies on a notion of partial language splitting and tolerates some amount of inconsistency while retaining classical logic. The model preserves an agent's ability to answer queries in a coherent way using Belnap's four-valued logic. Axioms analogous to the AGM axioms hold for this new model. The distinction between implicit and explicit beliefs is represented and psychologically plausible, computationally (...)
     
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  31. Improving Porosity and Gamma-Ray Prediction for the Middle Jurassic Hugin Sandstones in the Southern Norwegian North Sea with the Application of Deep Neural Networks.Satinder Chopra, Ritesh Kumar Sharma, Kurt J. Marfurt, Rongfeng Zhang & Renjun Wen - 2022 - Interpretation 10 (1):T25-T34.
    The complete characterization of a reservoir requires accurate determination of properties such as the porosity, gamma ray, and density, among others. A common workflow is to predict the spatial distribution of properties measured by well logs to those that can be computed from the seismic data. In general, a high degree of scatter of data points is seen on crossplots between P-impedance and porosity, or P-impedance and gamma ray, suggesting great uncertainty in the determined relationship. Although for many rocks there (...)
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    Time in Indian Cultures: Diverse Perspectives.Priyadarshi Patnaik, Suhita Chopra & D. Suar (eds.) - 2009 - D.K. Printworld.
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  33. A Review of Some Amplitude-Based Seismic Geometric Attributes and Their Applications. [REVIEW]Sumit Verma, Satinder Chopra, Thang Ha & Fangyu Li - 2022 - Interpretation 10 (1):B1-B12.
    Seismic interpreters frequently use seismic geometric attributes, such as coherence, dip, curvature, and aberrancy for defining geologic features, including faults, channels, angular unconformities, etc. Some of the commonly used coherence attributes, such as cross correlation or energy-ratio similarity, are sensitive to only waveform shape changes, whereas the dip, curvature, and aberrancy attributes are based on changes in reflector dips. There is another category of seismic attributes, which includes attributes that are sensitive to amplitude values. Root-mean-square amplitude is one of the (...)
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    Characterization of Shallow High-Amplitude Seismic Anomalies in the Hoop Fault Complex, Barents Sea.Satinder Chopra, Ritesh Kumar Sharma, Graziella Kirtland Grech & Bent Erlend Kjølhamar - 2017 - Interpretation: SEG 5 (4):T607-T622.
    The shallow migrating hydrocarbon fluids in the western Barents Sea are usually found to be associated with high seismic amplitudes. We have attempted to characterize such shallow high-amplitude anomalies in the Hoop Fault Complex area of the western Barents Sea. The workflow is devised for discrimination of anomalies that are associated with the presence of hydrocarbons from those that are not, and quantifying them further includes the computation of a set of seismic attributes and their analyses. These attributes comprise coherence, (...)
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    Distance Semantics for Relevance-Sensitive Belief Revision.Samir Chopra - manuscript
    Dept of Business Administration Dept of Computer and Knowledge Systems Group University of Patras Information Science School of Computer Science 265 00 Patras, Greece Brooklyn College of the and Engineering [email protected] City University of New York University of New South Wales Brooklyn, NY 11210, USA Sydney, NSW 2052, Australia [email protected] [email protected]
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  36. Generalized Logical Consequence: Making Room for Induction in the Logic of Science. [REVIEW]Samir Chopra & Eric Martin - 2002 - Journal of Philosophical Logic 31 (3):245-280.
    We present a framework that provides a logic for science by generalizing the notion of logical (Tarskian) consequence. This framework will introduce hierarchies of logical consequences, the first level of each of which is identified with deduction. We argue for identification of the second level of the hierarchies with inductive inference. The notion of induction presented here has some resonance with Popper's notion of scientific discovery by refutation. Our framework rests on the assumption of a restricted class of structures in (...)
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    To Walk or Not to Walk.D. A. Coady & S. Chopra - 2009 - Res Publica (Parkville, Vic.) 18 (1):20-23.
    To walk or not to walk: Should a batsman acknowledge his own dismissal by leaving the wicket without even waiting for the umpire's decision? David Coady and Samir Chopra examine this flashpoint ethical debate in cricket.
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  38. A Comparative Ethical Assessment of Free Software Licensing Schemes.Samir Chopra - manuscript
    Software is much more than sequences of instructions for a computing machine: it can be an enabler (or disabler) of political imperatives and policies. Hence, it is subject to the same assessment in a normative dimension as other political and social phenomena. The core distinction between free software and its proprietary counterpart is that free software makes available to its user the knowledge and innovation contributed by the creator(s) of the software, in the form of the created source code. From (...)
     
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    Free Software, Economic 'Realities', and Information Justice.S. Chopra & S. Dexter - 2009 - Acm Sigcas Computers and Society 39 (3):12-26.
    Free and open source software is taking an increasingly significant role in our software infrastructure. Yet many questions still exist about whether a software economy based on FOSS would be viable. We argue that contemporary trends definitively demonstrate this viability. Claiming that an economy must be evaluated as much by the ends it brings about as by its size or vigor, we draw on widely accepted notions of redistributive justice to show the ethical superiority of a software economy based on (...)
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    Introduction to Special Section: Shale Oil and Gas Enrichment Mechanisms and Effective Development: Concepts, Methodologies, and Case Studies.Dengliang Gao, Zhijun Jin, Taizhong Duan, Hongliu Zeng, Satinder Chopra, Tim Carr, Kurt Marfurt & Jamie Rich - 2018 - Interpretation 6 (4):SNi-SNiii.
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    Introduction to Special Section: Shale Oil and Gas Enrichment Mechanisms and Effective Development: Concepts, Methodologies, and Case Studies.Dengliang Gao, Zhijun Jin, Taizhong Duan, Hongliu Zeng, Satinder Chopra, Tim Carr, Kurt Marfurt & Jamie Rich - 2018 - Interpretation: SEG 6 (4):SNi-SNiii.
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    Foreword.Samir Chopra & Andreas Herzig - 2001 - Journal of Applied Non-Classical Logics 11 (1-2):8-10.
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    Free Software and the Political Philosophy of the Cyborg World.S. Chopra & S. Dexter - 2007 - Acm Sigcas Computers and Society 37 (2):41-52.
    Our freedoms in cyberspace are those granted by code and the protocols it implements. When man and machine interact, co-exist, and intermingle, cyberspace comes to interpenetrate the real world fully. In this cyborg world, software retains its regulatory role, becoming a language of interaction with our extended cyborg selves. The mediation of our extended selves by closed software threatens individual autonomy. We define a notion of freedom for software that does justice to our conception of it as language, sketching the (...)
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    Introduction to Special Section: Machine Learning in Seismic Data Analysis.Haibin Di, Tao Zhao, Vikram Jayaram, Xinming Wu, Lei Huang, Ghassan AlRegib, Jun Cao, Mauricio Araya-Polo, Satinder Chopra, Saleh Al-Dossary, Fangyu Li, Erwan Gloaguen, Youzuo Lin, Anne Solberg & Hongliu Zeng - 2019 - Interpretation 7 (3):SEi-SEii.
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    Determination of Target-Oriented Parameters for Computation of Curvature Attributes.Lee Hunt, Bahaa Beshry, Satinder Chopra & Cole Webster - 2018 - Interpretation: SEG 6 (2):T485-T498.
    The application of curvature attributes on seismic horizons or 3D seismic volumes has been discussed in the literature in several ways. Such discussion largely ignores the detail of parameter selection that must be made by the working interpreter or the expert processor. Parameter selection such as window size and filtering methods for seismic curvature estimates have not been extensively compared in the literature and have never been validated using quantitative ground truthing to log or drilling data. Of even greater relevance (...)
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    First-Order Belief Revision.Samir Chopra & Eric Martin - unknown
    We present a model for first-order belief revision that is characterized by an underlying relevance-like relation and a background proof system. The model is extremely general in order to allow for a wide variety in these characterizing parameters. It allows some weakenings of beliefs which were initially implicit to become explicit and survive the revision process. The effects of revision are localized to the part of the theory that is influenced by the the new information. Iterated revision in this model (...)
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    Seismic Reservoir Characterization of the Bone Spring and Wolfcamp Formations in the Delaware Basin: Challenges and Uncertainty in Characterization Using Rock Physics — A Case Study: Part 2.Ritesh Kumar Sharma, Satinder Chopra & Larry Lines - 2020 - Interpretation 8 (4):T1057-T1069.
    The discrimination of fluid content and lithology in a reservoir is important because it has a bearing on reservoir development and its management. Among other things, rock-physics analysis is usually carried out to distinguish between the lithology and fluid components of a reservoir by way of estimating the volume of clay, water saturation, and porosity using seismic data. Although these rock-physics parameters are easy to compute for conventional plays, there are many uncertainties in their estimation for unconventional plays, especially where (...)
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    A Robust Workflow for Performing Joint Impedance Inversion and its Applications.Ritesh Kumar Sharma, Satinder Chopra & Larry R. Lines - 2020 - Interpretation 8 (1):T141-T149.
    Multicomponent seismic data offer several advantages for characterizing reservoirs with the use of the vertical component and mode-converted data. Joint impedance inversion inverts both of these data sets simultaneously; hence, it is considered superior to simultaneous impedance inversion. However, the success of joint impedance inversion depends on how accurately the PS data are mapped on the PP time domain. Normally, this is attempted by performing well-to-seismic ties for PP and PS data sets and matching different horizons picked on PP and (...)
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    Seismic Reservoir Characterization of Bone Spring and Wolfcamp Formations in the Delaware Basin — A Case Study: Part 1.Satinder Chopra, Ritesh Kumar Sharma & James Keay - 2020 - Interpretation 8 (4):T927-T940.
    The Delaware and Midland Basins are multistacked plays with production being drawn from different zones. Of the various prospective zones in the Delaware Basin, the Bone Spring and Wolfcamp Formations are the most productive and thus are the most drilled zones. To understand the reservoirs of interest and identify the hydrocarbon sweet spots, a 3D seismic inversion project was undertaken in the northern part of the Delaware Basin in 2018. We have examined the reservoir characterization exercise for this dataset in (...)
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    Introduction to Special Section: Thin Beds.Hongliu Zeng, Kurt Marfurt, Sergey Fomel, Satinder Chopra, Gregory Partyka, Bradley Wallet, Michael Smith, Marcilio Matos, Huailai Zhou, Yihua Cai & Osareni Ogiesoba - 2015 - Interpretation: SEG 3 (3):SSi-SSii.
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