SGeMS

The Stanford Geostatistical Modeling Software (SGeMS). S-GeMS: the Stanford geostatistical modeling software: a tool for new algorithms development. S-GeMS (Stanford Geostatistical Modeling Software) is a new crossplatform software for geostatistics. Capitalizing on the flexibility of the C++ Geostatistical Template Library (GsTL), it offers the more common geostatistics algorithms, such as kriging of one or more variables, sequential and multiple-point simulations. This software was developed with two aims in mind: be reasonably comprehensive and user-friendly, and serve as a development platform into which new algorithms can easily be integrated. S-GeMS is indeed built around a system of plug-ins which allow new geostatistical algorithms to be integrated, import/export filters to be added, new griding systems to be used such as unstructured grids. The S-GeMS source code is made available to everyone to use and modify. It can be freely copied and redistributed.


References in zbMATH (referenced in 27 articles , 1 standard article )

Showing results 1 to 20 of 27.
Sorted by year (citations)

1 2 next

  1. Lamghari, Amina; Dimitrakopoulos, Roussos: Network-flow based algorithms for scheduling production in multi-processor open-pit mines accounting for metal uncertainty (2016)
  2. Vo, Hai X.; Durlofsky, Louis J.: Regularized kernel PCA for the efficient parameterization of complex geological models (2016)
  3. Mejer Hansen, Thomas; Skou Cordua, Knud; Mosegaard, Klaus: A general probabilistic approach for inference of Gaussian model parameters from noisy data of point and volume support (2015)
  4. Montiel, Luis; Dimitrakopoulos, Roussos: Optimizing mining complexes with multiple processing and transportation alternatives: an uncertainty-based approach (2015)
  5. Nejadi, Siavash; Leung, Juliana; Trivedi, Japan: Characterization of non-Gaussian geologic facies distribution using ensemble Kalman filter with probability weighted re-sampling (2015)
  6. Ţene, Matei; Wang, Yixuan; Hajibeygi, Hadi: Adaptive algebraic multiscale solver for compressible flow in heterogeneous porous media (2015)
  7. Mustapha, Hussein; Chatterjee, Snehamoy; Dimitrakopoulos, Roussos: CDFSIM: efficient stochastic simulation through decomposition of cumulative distribution functions of transformed spatial patterns (2014)
  8. Straubhaar, Julien; Malinverni, Duccio: Addressing conditioning data in multiple-point statistics simulation algorithms based on a multiple grid approach (2014)
  9. Tan, Xiaojin; Tahmasebi, Pejman; Caers, Jef: Comparing training-image based algorithms using an analysis of distance (2014)
  10. Vo, Hai X.; Durlofsky, Louis J.: A new differentiable parameterization based on principal component analysis for the low-dimensional representation of complex geological models (2014)
  11. Walker, Matthew; Curtis, Andrew: Varying prior information in Bayesian inversion (2014)
  12. Wang, Yixuan; Hajibeygi, Hadi; Tchelepi, Hamdi A.: Algebraic multiscale solver for flow in heterogeneous porous media (2014)
  13. Stright, Lisa; Bernhardt, Anne; Boucher, Alexandre: DFTopoSim: modeling topographically-controlled deposition of subseismic scale sandstone packages within a mass transport dominated deep-water channel belt (2013)
  14. Iglesias, Marco A.; McLaughlin, Dennis: Data inversion in coupled subsurface flow and geomechanics models (2012)
  15. Fernández-Martínez, J.L.; Mukerji, T.; García-Gonzalo, E.; Fernández-Muñiz, Z.: Uncertainty assessment for inverse problems in high dimensional spaces using particle swarm optimization and model reduction techniques (2011)
  16. He, J.; Sætrom, J.; Durlofsky, L.J.: Enhanced linearized reduced-order models for subsurface flow simulation (2011)
  17. Iglesias, Marco A.; McLaughlin, Dennis: Level-set techniques for facies identification in reservoir modeling (2011)
  18. Jafarpour, Behnam; Khodabakhshi, Morteza: A probability conditioning method (PCM) for nonlinear flow data integration into multipoint statistical facies simulation (2011)
  19. Mariethoz, Grégoire; Renard, Philippe; Straubhaar, Julien: Extrapolating the fractal characteristics of an image using scale-invariant multiple-point statistics (2011)
  20. Stien, Marita; Kolbjørnsen, Odd: Facies modeling using a Markov mesh model specification (2011)

1 2 next