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Title: A trial about the evaluation of compound geophysical explorations by self-organizing maps
Authors: YAMAMOTO, Tatsuru
KUSUMI, Harushige
NAKAMURA, Makoto
YAMAMOTO, Tsuyoshi
TSUJI, Takeshi
Author's alias: 山本, 龍
楠見, 晴重
中村, 真
山本, 剛
辻, 健
Issue Date: 4-Nov-2010
Shimei: Proceeding of the 14th International Symposium on Recent Advances in Exploration Geophsics in Kyoto(RAEG2010)
Abstract: In Japan, in the high economic growth period in 1960’s, a great number of slopes were formed to construct many roads. Now, the slopes have been aging, it is important to estimate the health of the aging slope and maintain slopes effectually. So, in situs, we usually carry out seismic wave method, surface wave method, electric method, electromagnetic wave method, frequency domain electromagnetic method and so on. However, there is not the technique to compound and interpret the result of each geophysical exploration in a numerical formula of the engineering now. Therefore, we notice to self-organizing maps (SOM) used widely in a field of the information processing engineering, and tried to interpret multidimensional data by integrating. In this paper, we classified the ground property by self-organizing maps. The classification result is relatively conformal with boring data. Therefore, it is recognized that it can be used to improve the interpretative accuracy of compound geophysical explorations. And, it can be shown that this technique is effective to estimate of the ground property of the aging slope.
type: Conference Paper
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10112/5638
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