A review of spatial sampling

@inproceedings{Wang2012ARO,
  title={A review of spatial sampling},
  author={Jin-feng Wang and Ayal Stein and Bulang Gao and Yong Ge},
  year={2012}
}
The main aim of spatial sampling is to collect samples in 1-, 2or 3-dimensional space. It is typically used to estimate the total or mean for a parameter in an area, to optimize parameter estimations for unsampled locations, or to predict the location of a movable object. Some objectives are for populations, representing the ‘‘here and now’’, whereas other objectives concern superpopulations that generate the populations. Data to be collected are usually spatially autocorrelated and… CONTINUE READING

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