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SOURCE:    Almanac of Modern Science and Education. Tambov: Gramota, 2015. № 1. P. 14-19.
SCIENTIFIC AREA:    Earth Sciences
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MODELING OF EXTENDED GEOLOGICAL FORMATIONS BY THE METHOD OF NONLINEAR FUNCTIONAL-FACTORIAL REGRESSION

Antonov Vladimir Aleksandrovich
Institute of Mining of the Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences


Abstract. In the article the modeling techniques of extended geological formations, relief objects and spatial lithological processes by the method of nonlinear regression are presented. Its peculiarities are the functional-factorial principle of models formation and the optimization of their parameters by the method of the approximations of a parabolic top. The reliability of the models is estimated by the proposed double-sided criterion of correspondence with the errors of experimental data. The efficiency of the method is demonstrated by two examples of the modeling of geological formations.
Key words and phrases: геологическое образование, пласт, распределение минерального компонента, нелинейная регрессия, модель, geological formation, stratum, distribution of mineral component, nonlinear regression, model
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  1. Antonov V. A. Otsenka adekvatnosti regressionnoi modeli po pogreshnosti eksperimental'nykh izmerenii // Al'manakh sovremennoi nauki i obrazovaniya. Tambov: Gramota, 2014. № 11 (89). C. 27-32.
  2. Antonov V. A. Postroenie i optimizatsiya modelei nelineinoi funktsional'no-faktornoi regressii // Informatsionnye tekhnologii. 2013. № 5. S. 17-24.

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