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14th International Conference on Computer Graphics, Visualization, Computer Vision and Image Processing
Methodologies of oil reservoir development and management demand the creation of a set of reservoir models that represents the uncertainties of a reservoir. This set of uncertainties is often simplified by the use of Representative Models (RMs), i.e., models that represent the full set. Comparison of risk curves (a.k.a. complementary cumulative distribution functions) of reservoir variables is an approach used for helping oil engineers to select a set of RMs. A typical comparison chart of adoi:10.33965/cgv2020_202011l003 fatcat:mgisd2hmnbeojeztabyreakniy