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학술지 Boreholes Data Analysis Architecture Based on Clustering and Prediction Models for Enhancing Underground Safety Verification
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Naeem Iqbal, Atif Rizwan, Anam Nawaz Khan, Rashid Ahmad, 김봉완, 김광수, 김도현
IEEE Access, v.9, pp.78428-78451
20IR2400, 지하정보 변화객체 탐지·추출 기술 개발, 김광수
During the last decade, substantial resources have been invested to exploit massive amounts of boreholes data collected through groundwater extraction. Furthermore, boreholes depth can be considered one of the crucial factors in digging borehole efficiency. Therefore, a new solution is needed to process and analyze boreholes data to monitor digging operations and identify the boreholes shortcomings. This research study presents a boreholes data analysis architecture based on data and predictive analysis models to improve borehole efficiency, underground safety verification, and risk evaluation. The proposed architecture aims to process and analyze borehole data based on different hydrogeological characteristics using data and predictive analytics to enhance underground safety verification and planning of borehole resources. The proposed architecture is developed based on two modules; descriptive data analysis and predictive analysis modules. The descriptive analysis aims to utilize data and clustering analysis techniques to process and extract hidden hydrogeological characteristics from borehole history data. The predictive analysis aims to develop a bi-directional long short-term memory (BD-LSTM) to predict the boreholes depth to minimize the cost and time of the digging operations. Furthermore, different performance measures are utilized to evaluate the performance of the proposed clustering and regression models. Moreover, our proposed BD-LSTM model is evaluated and compared with conventional machine learning (ML) regression models. The R{2} score of the proposed BD-LSTM is 0.989, which indicates that the proposed model accurately and precisely predicts boreholes depth compared to the conventional regression models. The experimental and comparative analysis results reveal the significance and effectiveness of the proposed borehole data analysis architecture. The experimental results will improve underground safety management and the efficiency of boreholes for future wells.
boreholes data, data and predictive analytics, deep learning, Machine learning, ROP
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Analysis Model, Bi-directional, Clustering Analysis, Comparative analysis, Data analysis, Data collected, Descriptive analysis, Groundwater extraction, History data, Long short-term memory, Machine learning (ml)
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