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Free eBook Predicting subsurface conditions for geotechnical modelling (ITC publication) download ISBN: 9061641403
Author: Bogdan Orlić
Publisher: International Institute for Aerospace Survey and Earth Sciences (1997)
Language: English
Category: Engineering & Transportation
Subcategory: Engineering
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Publication date 01 Jan 1997. Publisher International Institute for Aerospace Survey and Earth Sciences. Publication City/Country United States. ISBN13 9789061641407.

Orlic B (1997) Predicting subsurface conditions for geotechnical modelling. PhD Thesis, ITC publication no. 55. Enschede, Netherlands. Orlic B, Hack HRGK (1994) Three-Dimensional modelling in engineering geology. In: Oliveria R, Rodrigues LF, Coelho AG, Cuhna AP (eds) Proceedings of 7th international IAEG congress, Lisbon, Portugal, vol VI. Balkema, Rotterdam, pp 2329–2335.

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Predicting subsurface conditions for geotechnical modelling. Predicting subsurface conditions for geotechnical modelling. Dissertation Note: Delft, Univ.

Orlic B (1997) Predicting Subsurface Conditions for Geotechnical Modelling, PhD thesis, ITC publication number 55, ITC-Delft, The NetherlandsGoogle Scholar. Quinlan JR (1993) C. : Programs for Machine Learning, Morgan Kaufmann Publishers, In. Los Altos, CaliforniaGoogle Scholar. Taylor C, Michie D, Spiegalther D (1994) Machine Learning, Neural and Statistical Classification, Paramount Publishing InternationalGoogle Scholar. Cite this chapter as: Ozmutlu . Hack R. (2003) 3D modelling system for ground engineering. eds) New Paradigms in Subsurface Prediction. Lecture Notes in Earth Sciences, vol 99.

Are you sure you want to remove Predicting subsurface conditions for geotechnical modelling from your list? Predicting subsurface conditions for geotechnical modelling. Published 1997 by International Institute for Aerospace Survey and Earth Sciences in Delft. Computer simulation, Geological modeling. Delft : ITC, 1997. ER -. Orlic B. T1 - Predicting subsurface conditions for geotechnical modelling.

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