José Miguel Angulo

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SUMMARY The problem of estimating a multivariate spatial random process from observations obtained by sampling a related multivariate spatial random process is considered. A method based on additive perturbation of the variables of interest is proposed for the assignment of degrees of relative importance to the variables and/or locations of interest in the(More)
Using the theory of generalized random fields on fractional Sobolev spaces on bounded domains, and the concept of dual generalized random field, this paper introduces a class of random fields with fractional-order pure point spectra. The covariance factorization of an a-generalized random field having a dual is established, leading to a white-noise(More)
3 The problem of spatial sampling design for estimating a multivariate random field from information obtained by sampling related variables is considered. A formulation assigning different degrees of importance to the variables and locations involved is introduced. Adopting an entropy-based approach, an objective function is defined as a linear combination(More)
A new methodology is introduced for spatial sampling design when the variable of interest cannot be directly observed, but information on it can be obtained by sampling a related variable, and estimation of the underlying model is required. in the case where a model for the involved variables is given. However, in some cases a predetermined structure(More)
In a previous paper (Environ. Ecol. Stat. 5 (1998) 29.) we presented an entropy-based approach to spatial sampling design in a state-space model framework. We now address the problem of sensitivity of optimal designs with respect to the configuration of the set of potential observation sites considered, as well as to the model specifications. The latter(More)
The least-squares linear inverse estimation problem for random fields is studied in a fractional generalized framework. First, the second-order regularity properties of the random fields involved in this problem are analysed in terms of the fractional Sobolev norms. Second, the incorporation of prior information in the form of a fractional stochastic model,(More)
This paper is concerned with the modeling of infectious disease spread in a composite space-time domain under conditions of uncertainty. We focus on stochastic modeling that accounts for basic mechanisms of disease distribution and multi-sourced in situ uncertainties. Starting from the general formulation of population migration dynamics and the(More)