Dietmar Müller presents at 2019 NSW Mining Exploration Forum on Bayesian approach for optimising the placement of new drill holes

The 2019 NSW Mining Exploration Forum in Parliament House featured a range of talks on how to overcome to current deficit in new resource discoveries, especially in the area of metals needed for the “green economy”.  Invited talks in a session chaired by Sydney University alumna Alexandra Bonner (now Heron Resources) covered the application of machine learning to automatic interpretation of drill hole data (June Hill, CSIRO) and a new Bayesian approach for optimising the placement of new drill holes based on prior knowledge and data (Dietmar Müller, Sydney).

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