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Geolog: Scalable Logic Programming on Spatial Data

Tobias Grubenmann, Jens Lehmann
2021 Electronic Proceedings in Theoretical Computer Science  
Spatial data is ubiquitous in our data-driven society. The Logic Programming community has been investigating the use of spatial data in different settings.  ...  The two main contributions of this paper are (1) the Relation Based Programming paradigm, expressing rules on relations instead of individual entities, and (2) Geolog, a tool for spatio-logical reasoning  ...  Map data copyrighted OpenStreetMap contributors and available from https: // Special thanks to Günter Kniesel-Wünsche for his valuable insights into Logic Programming.  ... 
doi:10.4204/eptcs.345.34 fatcat:2hpzfffrvvdvjage5zcvduumji

An Object Model for Geologic Map Information [chapter]

Boyan Brodaric, Jordan Hastings
2002 Advances in Spatial Data Handling  
Finally, we report briefly on a specific prototype data model derived from the meta-model and implemented in a commercial object-oriented GIS.  ...  Here, we describe an object-based model for geologic map information, specifically designed to represent digital geologic maps and related geoscientific information.  ...  issues of efficiency and scalability.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-56094-1_5 fatcat:m3pcg3b3nzcglgs37hbuakftbi

Research on a 3D Geological Disaster Monitoring Platform Based on REST Service

Xiaopeng Leng, Dunlong Liu, Junsong Luo, Zhanyong Mei
2018 ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information  
Based on REST services, this article integrates geographic information, real-time disaster monitoring data, and warning services in a three-dimensional (3D) digital Earth infrastructure and establishes  ...  It takes full advantage of HyperText Transfer Protocol (HTTP) and has better scalability and extensibility.  ...  (5) Data integration description function The data integration and description function integrates spatial data or services distributed on the network by describing spatial data files, spatial data  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijgi7060226 fatcat:7eesposmmffwdidv5isiy2idoa

Ontology-aided annotation, visualization, and generalization of geological time-scale information from online geological map services

Xiaogang Ma, Emmanuel John M. Carranza, Chonglong Wu, Freek D. van der Meer
2012 Computers & Geosciences  
The featured functions include automatic annotations for geological time concepts recognized from a geological map, changing layouts in the animation to highlight a concept, showing legends of geological  ...  collected annotations of geological time scale concepts.  ...  Acknowledgments We thank staff members in the ESA and GIP departments of Faculty ITC at the University of Twente for their comments on an earlier pilot system.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cageo.2011.07.018 fatcat:bzzx4aj3rrf47nxbc6eyaq7hxi

A New Approach for Conditioning Process-Based Geologic Models to Well Data

David Wingate, Jonathan Kane, Matt Wolinsky, Zoltán Sylvester
2015 Mathematical Geosciences  
This study focuses on the particular geologic formation known as submarine lobes: elongated pancake-like formations which are sequentially laid down, one on top of the other over geologic time, forming  ...  Probabilistic programming allows one to generalize this structure to include complex programming concepts, while also simplifying the process of developing new inference algorithms.  ...  Additionally, it must be reiterated that the salient geologic features in a process-based model come mostly from the logical structure of the program, that is, the logic imparted in the algorithm by a  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11004-015-9596-8 fatcat:3tcjhiwsljbd5ib64yjzegwloi

The main components of a distributed computational and analytical environment for the scientific study of geological systems

V. S. Eremenko, V. V. Naumova, K. A. Platonov, S. E. Dyakov, A. S. Eremenko
2018 Russian Journal of Earth Science  
We provide an access to services for processing and analyzing geological data both through the web interface and through the application programming interface to interact with external information systems  ...  We propose various types of geological data used by researchers, as well as some methods for their processing and analysis.  ...  Spatial Data Processing and Analysis Node.  ... 
doi:10.2205/2018es000636 fatcat:nmjxlhzvgvf7ri6mk4ekxcs5xe


A. Atzemoglou, D. Kotzinos, El. Grinias, N. Spanou, Ch. Pappas
2017 Bulletin of the Geological Society of Greece  
Based on these data we have also implemented new tools, available every day and reusable by anyone interested, to identify land areas susceptible for landslides.  ...  The users need to integrate different landslide data in order to first understand and then possibly become resilient to any potential catastrophic event.  ...  We use the cloud to store and disseminate the data since we can rely on its constant availability and the scalability of resources.  ... 
doi:10.12681/bgsg.11891 fatcat:aokvie3adbhhpiwwlx5vdg6ixe

Field Demonstration of an Instrument Performing Automatic Classification of Geologic Surfaces

Dmitriy L. Bekker, David R. Thompson, William J. Abbey, Nathalie A. Cabrol, Raymond Francis, Ken S. Manatt, Kevin F. Ortega, Kiri L. Wagstaff
2014 Astrobiology  
This work presents a method to automate simple aspects of geologic image analysis during space exploration.  ...  In addition, automated analyses on Earth can process large image catalogs, such as the growing database of Mars surface images, permitting more timely and quantitative summaries that inform tactical mission  ...  Acknowledgements The TextureCam project is supported by the NASA Astrobiology Science and Technology Instrument Development program (NNH10ZDA001N-ASTID) and National Park Service permit MOJA-2013-SCI-0011  ... 
doi:10.1089/ast.2014.1172 pmid:24886217 fatcat:v6din75wxnbkjfiwtpbszyac3m

Implementation of a Geological Disaster Monitoring and Early Warning System Based on Multi-source Spatial Data: A Case Study of Deqin County, Yunnan Province

Guo-ping Chen, Jun-san Zhao, Lei Yuan, Zun-jie Ke, Miao Gu, Tao Wang
2017 NHESSD  
This research proposes solutions for the design and implementation of a geological hazard monitoring and early warning system (GHMEWS) for landslides and debris-flow hazards based on data multi-sourced  ...  Third, we describe the methods for multi-source monitoring data integration and the generation and simulation of the mechanism model of geological disasters.  ...  Part funding for the data processing and model development was provided by Kunming YJD Co., Ltd.  ... 
doi:10.5194/nhess-2017-191 fatcat:2fxghcll6jgvhhf53fkdwjum5e

Modelling Orebody Structures: Block Merging Algorithms and Block Model Spatial Restructuring Strategies Given Mesh Surfaces of Geological Boundaries [article]

Raymond Leung
2020 arXiv   pre-print
to increase the compactness of the model and identify the geological domain on a block-by-block basis.  ...  This paper describes a framework for capturing geological structures in a 3D block model and improving its spatial fidelity given new mesh surfaces.  ...  This surface-induced structure provides spatial separation between significant geological units.  ... 
arXiv:2001.04023v2 fatcat:lh3374eceveepap7wyhuc435am

The GPlates Portal: Cloud-Based Interactive 3D Visualization of Global Geophysical and Geological Data in a Web Browser

R. Dietmar Müller, Xiaodong Qin, David T. Sandwell, Adriana Dutkiewicz, Simon E. Williams, Nicolas Flament, Stefan Maus, Maria Seton, Juan A. Añel
2016 PLoS ONE  
The portal allows fast interactive visualization of global geophysical and geological data sets, draped over digital terrain models.  ...  The globes put the on-the-fly visualization of massive data sets at the fingertips of end-users to stimulate teaching and learning and novel avenues of inquiry.  ...  Their popularity demonstrates the demand for fast visualization of global spatial big data, both for the present-day as well as through geological time.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0150883 pmid:26960151 pmcid:PMC4784813 fatcat:fawmdefl55cdjoibfqgvlj2mva

Semantic exploitation of persistent metadata in engineering models: Application to geological models

Laura Silveira Mastella, Yamine Ait-Ameury, Stephane Jean, Michel Perrin, Jean-Francois Rainaud
2009 2009 Third International Conference on Research Challenges in Information Science  
Those models usually implicit many of the details required to understand and interpret the data.  ...  Engineering models are computer-based models that enclose technical data issued from engineering domains.  ...  Engineering data can be expressed in various types of models: database tables, programming units (such as classes of Java or C programming languages), mathematical expressions, and so on.  ... 
doi:10.1109/rcis.2009.5089276 dblp:conf/rcis/MastellaAJPR09 fatcat:euiyqme47vgqxl3ex6manvtauu

Integrated Environmental Modelling: human decisions, human challenges

Pierre D. Glynn
2015 Geological Society Special Publication  
Usable simplicity and scalable visualization is a feature of well-constructed maps.  ...  [Inverse modelling uses observations and data to infer, past or current, process and system information.  ... 
doi:10.1144/sp408.9 fatcat:rbs2vzku6negtoo7ku5brzp5ru

Earthquake‐induced chains of geologic hazards: patterns, mechanisms, and impacts

Xuanmei Fan, Gianvito Scaringi, Oliver Korup, A. Joshua West, Cees J. Westen, Hakan Tanyas, Niels Hovius, Tristram C. Hales, Randall W. Jibson, Kate E. Allstadt, Limin Zhang, Stephen G. Evans (+5 others)
2019 Reviews of Geophysics  
Other effects of large earthquakes can last, in various forms, over geologic time scales.  ...  Ultimately, earthquake sequences and their geomorphic consequences alter mountain landscapes over both human and geologic time scales.  ...  All authors reviewed the paper and collected relevant data and literature.  ... 
doi:10.1029/2018rg000626 fatcat:galhl3chyfc2jkwsagcyis44u4

Rapid Discriminative Variational Bayesian Inversion of Geophysical Data for the Spatial Distribution of Geological Properties

M.A. Nawaz, A. Curtis
2019 Journal of Geophysical Research - Solid Earth  
of the geological properties given the data.  ...  We present a new, fully probabilistic and nonlinear inversion method to estimate the spatial distribution of geological properties (depositional facies, diagenetic rock types, or other rock properties)  ...  Our method does not require the data to be defined on a spatial grid that is the same as the geological model.  ... 
doi:10.1029/2018jb016652 fatcat:zqyn4nkdrvagfee6c3zs5uzfpa
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