Sinkhole Risk Assessment | Aim
21350
page,page-id-21350,page-template-default,ajax_fade,page_not_loaded,,select-theme-ver-2.5,wpb-js-composer js-comp-ver-4.8.1,vc_responsive
AIM

The research aims a better understanding of the generation processes of discontinuous deformations on the surface in active and abandoned mining areas. Consequently, the following research thesis has been formulated: a new innovative model for predicting discontinuous deformation can be defined, based on artificial intelligence methods, multi-criteria analysis method and elements of data mining. The planned research in realize this thesis will a fuller comprehension of the phenomena accompanying the generation of this type of deformation, clarifying the details of the physics of void propagation processes, and ultimately create base for evaluating the respective risk.

p6