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Péter ZahuczkiExploration and Production Division, MOL Hungarian Oil and Gas Plc. H-1039 Budapest, Batthyány u. 45, Hungary

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Seismic data integration in reservoir modeling workflows is the one of the fastest-growing fields in the Earth Sciences. The actual geostatistical methods (co-kriging, stochastic simulation) can use seismic data as a secondary variable if there is a well-determined linear correlation between well log data and seismic attribute. Seismic interpreters must often increase this correlation. The application of multi-attributes via neural network may help in this case. A neural network type, called multi-layer perceptron, and its application in 3D porosity distribution prediction in a Hungarian natural gas reservoir, are described in this paper.

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Acta Geologica Hungarica
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