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“…A reduction in the number of simulation runs in the automatichistory-matching process based on independent objective functions has been examined before by Maschio and Schiozer (2008). They first defined several low-dimensional independent objective functions, each related to a well in the reservoir, instead of a combined objective function.…”
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“…A reduction in the number of simulation runs in the automatichistory-matching process based on independent objective functions has been examined before by Maschio and Schiozer (2008). They first defined several low-dimensional independent objective functions, each related to a well in the reservoir, instead of a combined objective function.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
“…This step is normally simplified in the risk quantification methodologies but it is a very crucial step because, in many times, it may avoid inconsistency between the model and the data from the fields. A typical history matching procedure can be used in this step (Maschio and Schiozer, 2008). 4.…”
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“…Data assimilation: history match and reduce the number of scenarios with dynamic and seismic data. Several techniques are available (Avansi and Schiozer, 2015a;Bertolini et al, 2015;Costa et al, 2018;Davolio and Schiozer, 2018;Maschio and Schiozer, 2008, 2016Oliveira et al, 2018) depending on the complexity of the case and the available data. From the accepted models, a Base Case is selected for the following steps (Base1).…”
Section: Red Stepsmentioning