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Previous HitSeismicNext Hit Previous HitAttributeNext Hit Database for Selective Use of Previous HitSeismicNext Hit Attributes for a Given Application

Amtmann, Johannes; Eichkitz, Christoph G.; Schreilechner, Marcellus G.

There is a variety of Previous HitseismicNext Hit attributes for different applications in Previous HitseismicNext Hit interpretation available. In scientific articles and software packages one and the same Previous HitattributeNext Hit might come under different names. For Previous HitseismicNext Hit interpreters it is often difficult to keep track of the variety of Previous HitseismicNext Hit attributes. To solve that, a platform for finding the right Previous HitattributeNext Hit depending on the application is created.

For this platform a Previous HitseismicNext Hit Previous HitattributeNext Hit classification scheme is developed and metadata of scientific articles are integrated. As an initial step for the classification of Previous HitseismicNext Hit attributes we decided to keep close to works by Taner (1994, 2001), and Chopra and Marfurt (2005, 2008). Our keyword system is based on two levels, termed main Previous HitattributeNext Hit level and minor Previous HitattributeNext Hit level. The main Previous HitattributeNext Hit level consists of eleven main classes. The minor Previous HitattributeNext Hit level consists of 130 Previous HitattributeNext Hit classes and 22 application classes. The scientific articles are classified by this keyword system. Additionally, all Previous HitattributeNext Hit classes are compared to Previous HitattributeNext Hit names used in commercial software packages.

The output of this work is an online platform of Previous HitseismicNext Hit attributes where the classification scheme of Previous HitseismicNext Hit attributes is displayed as a tree chart. Multiple attributes classes and application classes can be selected. These selections are used for querying the database. As result of this query a literature list of scientific articles containing these classes is generated. Each hit is linked with the official journal's website and references can be exported as Bibtex file format (*.bib). Additionally, one commercial software package can be selected and the Previous HitseismicNext Hit Previous HitattributeNext Hit classes in the tree chart are highlighted depending on the availability in the software package. Also the Previous HitattributeNext Hit name used in the commercial software package is displayed next to the highlighted Previous HitattributeNext Hit class.

At the moment the platform contains 750 literature links of 65 different journals and from 55 different conferences. These scientific articles are classified by eleven main classes, by 130 Previous HitattributeNext Hit classes, by 22 different application classes and by five different commercial software packages. The developed keyword system provides a quick and easy way to find suitable Previous HitseismicNext Hit attributes for a given application. In the future it is planned to integrate a glossary of the Previous HitseismicNext Hit Previous HitattributeTop classes together with the key scientific articles.

 

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