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eBook A Geostatistical Primer ePub

by Peter I. Brooker

  • ISBN: 9810205473
  • Category: Mathematics
  • Subcategory: Math Science
  • Author: Peter I. Brooker
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: World Scientific Pub Co Inc (June 1, 1991)
  • Pages: 104
  • ePub book: 1533 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1989 kb
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  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 421

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A Geostatistical Primer. Author: Peter I. Brooker. This book is an introductory text on geostatistics which treats spatially distributed random data and can be applied to areas like ore reserve assessment, pollution problems, forestry applications and water resource problems. The underlying mathematical formalism of geostatistics is obscure to most geology majors who nowadays are increasingly expected to take a more quantitative approach to their discipline rather than the traditionally descriptive approach. The author has approached the teaching of geostatistics in a very pragmatic way via a two dimensional data set. February 1991, World Scientific Pub Co Pte Lt. DOI: 1. 142/1315. The authors haven't yet claimed this publication. PDF generated on 31-Oct-2019 Create your own PDF summaries at ww. rowkudos.

A primer is a first textbook for teaching of reading, such as an alphabet book or basal reader. The word also is used more broadly to refer to any book that presents the most basic elements of any subject. The Latin Enschedé Abecedarium of the late 15th century, translated into English as the Salisbury Prymer, has been identified as the earliest example of a printed primer. It presented the alphabet and several Catholic prayers.

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Автор: Brooker Peter I Название: Geostatistical Primer, A ISBN: 9810205473 ISBN-13(EAN): 9789810205478 . It is the first book discussing the geostatistical simulation techniques in such a specific wa. .Автор: Fernandez-Avile . Montero Jos? . Fern?ndez-Avil?

It is the first book discussing the geostatistical simulation techniques in such a specific wa. Fern?ndez-Avil?

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The semi-variogram function which describes the spatial variation of samples as a function of their distance apart is an intermediary in geostatistical calculations. Journel (1974) developed the turning-bands method which allows a three-dimensional data set with specified covariance to be obtained by the simulation of several one-dimensional realizations which have an intermediate covariance.

Описание: This book covers the application of geostatistics in precision .

Covers minimal theory, focusing on case studies, and offers two chapters on sampling. Описание: This book deals with the estimation of natural ressources using a Monte Carlo methodology. It includes a set of tools to describe the morphological, statistical and stereological properties of spatial random models. Автор: Brooker Peter I Название: Geostatistical Primer, A ISBN: 9810205473 ISBN-13(EAN): 9789810205478 Издательство: World Scientific Publishing Рейтинг

This is definitely not a book for the l-heart. This makes the book invaluable to the user who is already well-grounded in statistics, and difficult to follow for the rest.

This is definitely not a book for the l-heart. As the title indicates, this is a user's manual for the GSLIB software (which is included on CD-ROM), and it includes discussions of all the supporting statistical mathematics. There are very few lifelines to pull non-statisticians out of the jargon mire.

This book is an introductory text on geostatistics which treats spatially distributed random data and can be applied to areas like ore reserve assessment, pollution problems, forestry applications and water resource problems. The underlying mathematical formalism of geostatistics is obscure to most geology majors who nowadays are increasingly expected to take a more quantitative approach to their discipline rather than the traditionally descriptive approach. The author has approached the teaching of geostatistics in a very pragmatic way via a two dimensional data set. Many figures illustrating concepts and results are given and mathematics is reduced to a minimum.