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7 August 2007 The mine information system based on digital strata and its preliminary application
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As the fast development of the information technology (abbr. IT), it offers the chance for mine engineering to express the research objects by the new technology. But to look at it another way, it also presents a challenge for the mine engineer to improve the management capability nowadays. The nature geological features of mine, such as orebody, terrane, cracked belt caused by rupture, and laneway, goaf, etc., are one real three-dimensional (3D) dynamic geography and geologic environment. Therefore, the production and organization activity of mine are all in real 3D environment. As a result, it is essential that utilizing the computer-based digitization technology to model all kinds of geologic condition and paroxysmal accident we may encounter in the mining and digging course. Building 3D digital stratigraphic information management system, it is of far reaching importance for the design and construction during the process of mine building, for the dynamic management of numerous and jumbled engineering geology material during excavating production and administrative procedure, for improving the data visualization degree, for advancing work efficiency greatly, and for safety in production of mine. The concept of digital strata is proposed to solve such problems. Based on the aim above, that is to build the stratigraphic information system for mine, we design the system frame. From the rock-bottom data management to higher level of analyses and application, the frame is divided into four layers: data management layer, model layer, spatial analysis layer, and application layer.
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Jinhu Hu, Hehua Zhu, Xiaojun Li, and Changhong Wang "The mine information system based on digital strata and its preliminary application", Proc. SPIE 6754, Geoinformatics 2007: Geospatial Information Technology and Applications, 67541G (7 August 2007);

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