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Interactive Information System For Online Processing Geo-Technological Data (GTD) Sinking Wells

Interactive Information System For Online Processing Geo-Technological Data (GTD) Sinking Wells

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Online management of drilling requires the choice of an informed decision of many possible because of the volume of incoming and processed GTD, problem arising in the functioning through management situations. The importance here is the information management process to enable effective man-machine decision. So the purpose of work is to Develop a methodology, algorithm and program for processing (compression and classification) GTD sinking wells, confirming the geological GTD, for example, marks mining drill bits;
Online management of drilling requires the choice of an informed decision of many possible because of the volume of incoming and processed GTD, problem arising in the functioning through management situations. The importance here is the information management process to enable effective man-machine decision. So the purpose of work is to Develop a methodology, algorithm and program for processing (compression and classification) GTD sinking wells, confirming the geological GTD, for example, marks mining drill bits;

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(IJCSIS) International Journal of Computer Science and Information Security,Vol. 9, No. 5, May 2011
Interactive Information System for online processing geo-technological data (GTD) sinking wells
Information Systems
Safarini Osama
IT DepartmentUniversity of Tabuk,Tabuk, KSAusama.safarini@gmail.comosafarini@ut.edu.sa
 Abstract—:
Online management of drilling requires the choice of an informed decision of many possible because of the volume of incoming and processed GTD, problem arising in the functioningthrough management situations. The importance here is theinformation management process to enable effective man-machine decision. So the purpose of work is to
 
Develop amethodology, algorithm and program for processing(compression and classification) GTD sinking wells, confirmingthe geological GTD, for example, marks mining drill bits;
Keywords-
Man-machine decision, Geo-technological data,classification, compression, correlation
,
measures of similarity,
 
marks mining drill bits, data mining geology, InformationComponent, Euclidean and Hamming Distance.
I.
 
I
NTRODUCTION
 The
Work
describes methods and means of informationsystem software for decision-making by the results of geo-technological data (GTD) on bore-hole drilling, compressionof GTD on a drilling regime, improvement of interactivity of GTD processing and online management process of drilling,algorithms of GTD segmentation, a program product, resultsof GTD processing.II.
 
D
ISCUSSION
While classifying GTD, the process of segmentation aimed attaking On-line decisions in drilling, a forecast of the beginningor end of an interval, following and prediction of a workingperiod of a drilling bit, evaluation of wear of drilling tools,prevention of emergency situations, breaking of equipmentand others [1].The results of the proposed segmentation provide us ageological situation through a well depth. The proposedmethods assume interactive interpretation of segmentation andcompression of GTD and a possibility of additional verifyingrepetitions and variations. This is connected with division
 
of GTD into segments, their verification by the identified modelsapplying two, essentially different methods:-
 
Separately for each well logging curve with theirsubsequent superposing for final segmentation;-
 
Obtaining of preliminary “integral” well loggingcurve and its segmentation.From measures of similarity (see Table 1) is selected “distanceindices” similar to a distance by Hamming and Euclid as themost widespread [2]. The features that describe distanceindices in this case will be an amplitude and depth, whilemeasures of similarity – their functions or as analogs of adistance by Hamming or Euclid:-
 
A product of a module of difference of amplitudes;-
 
A product of a module of amplitude differenceby a difference of depths;-
 
A product of a module of amplitude differenceby a square of differences of depths.In these segmentation methods a number of segments,measures and functions applied here using the program shownin (Fig .1) can be varied with a possibility to present areas of segments, their models specifying borders, intersections, etc.very close to that which is now assumed for processing of vague sets as the measures of similarity of objects, classes arethe values of the function that belongs to [3].
Fig.1 Program Interface for classification into classes
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(IJCSIS) International Journal of Computer Science and Information Security,Vol. 9, No. 5, May 2011
Classification by various measures of similarity Table 1
Formula of a similaritymeasure
Division of information components
Class
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verage Test 1 Test 2 Test 3 Test 4 Test 5 Test 6Layer 1 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.0000.0000.000Layer 2 0.289-0.027-0.585-0.2100.425-0.243-0.246Layer 3 0.169-0.0370.1710.093-0.131-0.195-0.386Layer 4 0.193-0.030-0.302 0.6210.007-0.0450.152Layer 5 0.274-0.1390.928-0.1090.4160.000-0.053Layer 6 0.2330.217-0.9110.015-0.2530.0000.001Layer 7 0.283-0.3480.911-0.0150.253-0.165-0.006Layer 8 0.2840.286-0.827-0.123-0.374-0.026-0.066Layer 9 0.262-0.1100.0560.5180.571-0.313-0.006Layer 10 0.073 -0.043 -0.003-0.0430.0170.0750.256Layer 11 0.123 0.036 -0.227-0.3620.005-0.0870.024Layer 12 0.326 -0.806 0.7910.0690.0640.0710.158 
Table 1.Classification by various measures of similarity
GTD
 
Processing in two stages-
 
In the first stage compression and classification of GTD foreach of the measurements. The results are a set of features forthe second phase.-
 
At the second stage, the final classification on the full range of GTD, this allows assessing the correlation with marks of bits,or data mining geology.
Data Compression
Stage data compression involves the following steps:
 
Calculate the autocorrelation function
 xx
for everygeo-measured properties curve.
 
Determine the
- correlation interval for eachsample. It is determined based on type of autocorrelation function.
 
Approximation of each sample geo-measuredproperties sampling interval in depth equal to the
.In this case geo-measured data properties arepresented as a much simpler function
 
with the samecharacteristics as the original sample.
 
Classification of each geo-measured data properties.
Table 2.Correlation of parameters with / without separating intolayersTable 3.Correlation with the marks of mining bits
III.
 
C
ONCLUSION
 
The developed information System is an instrument fordecision-making in complicated multi-factor non-formalizedcybernetic systems with a feedback, i.e.:
 
in interactive assessment of informational significanceof drilling factors provided by readings of on-landfacilities, telemetric and feedback data [4];
 
support of processing (compression andclassification) of well sinking results verifyinggeological prospecting data, for instance, on a mark of drilling bit run;
 
Developed are algorithms and programs forsegmentation of GTD with a possibility of aninteractive assessment of a segmentation quality,
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