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Comparative Analysis of Geochemical Data Processing Methods for Allocation of Anomalies and Background

S Esmaeiloghli, SH Tabatabaei
Journal Geochemistry International Volume 58 Pages 472-485 Publisher Pleiades Publishing DOI: 10.1134/S0016702920040084
Description: Abstract: In this paper, the capabilities of demotic unsupervised learning approaches were investigated to improve the procedure of geochemical anomaly identification. The separation of anomalous concentrations from the background is a crucial task in the mathematical analysis of geochemical data. The conventional methods rely on the statistical thresholds routinely; however, determining such boundary values fundamentally entails a normally distributed data and the involvement of expert knowledge. The unsupervised machine learning provides state-of-the-art facilities based on the information theory that leveraged to classify the geochemical data into the anomaly and background concentrations with specific characteristics. To examine the integrity of performance of geochemical data processing tools, the prevalent unsupervised learning methods of k-means, k-medoids, k-medians, expectation …

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Month/Season: 
April
Year: 
2020

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