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1 January 1990 PLAYMAKER: a knowledge-based approach to characterizing hydrocarbon plays
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This paper discusses the design and implementation of PLAYMAKER: a knowledge base system for characterizing hydrocarbon plays. PLAYMAKER is a component of XX (eXpert eXplorer), a workstation-based tool that aids exploration geologists in a number of different tasks: sediment and carbonates simulation, play and field characterization, retrieval and storage of information in a geological database, comparison of play or field under study with other fields in the database, and report generation. PLAYMAKER is implemented using MIDST (Mixed Inferencing Dempster Shafer Tool), a rule-based expert system shell that incorporates mixed-iniative reasoning and inexact reasoning based on the Dempster-Shafer evidence combination scheme. This paper discusses the effectiveness of a two-level knowledge base structure adopted for the design and implementation of PLAYMAKER.
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Gautam Biswas, Xudong Yu, William J. Hagins, John S. Strobel, Christopher G. St. C. Kendall, Robert L. Cannon, and James C. Bezdek "PLAYMAKER: a knowledge-based approach to characterizing hydrocarbon plays", Proc. SPIE 1293, Applications of Artificial Intelligence VIII, (1 January 1990); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.21095
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