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This article examines the potential of support vector machine (SVM) in stability status prediction of slope. Support vector machine achieves good generalization ability by adopting a structural risk minimization (SRM) induction principle that aims at minimizing a bound on the generalization...
This paper reports stability analysis of active and recurrent Amiyan landslide at Kathgodam in Uttarakhand State, India. The height of the affected slope is approximately 501 m, having two terraces with varying slope inclinations. Lower bench, above the basement, always fails and leads failure...
The 2009 earthquake-swarm in the Al-Ays volcanic zone in Harrat-Lunayyir in NW Saudi-Arabia is unique because of its intense character and focal-depth distribution at two depth bands (5–10 and 15–20 km) in upper crust without volcanic eruption. We investigate an anatomy of the dyke-intrusion...
Remotely sensed optical images coupled with advanced analysis techniques provide critical information for pre-disaster hazard and post-disaster damage assessment. Utilizing optical techniques, such as Light Detection and Ranging (LIDAR) and satellite imagery, this paper presents several...
Intensive geological fractures and their associated karst features in tropical regions are often associated with unpredictable environmental and geotechnical engineering problems. This requires precise modelling using modern techniques. A 20 m spatial resolution Digital Elevation Model (DEM), a...
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