AUTO-IK: A 2D indicator kriging program for the automated non-parametric modeling of local uncertainty in earth sciences

@article{Goovaerts2009AUTOIKA2,
  title={AUTO-IK: A 2D indicator kriging program for the automated non-parametric modeling of local uncertainty in earth sciences},
  author={P. Goovaerts},
  journal={Computers & geosciences},
  year={2009},
  volume={35 6},
  pages={
          1255-1270
        }
}
  • P. Goovaerts
  • Published 2009
  • Computer Science, Medicine
  • Computers & geosciences
  • Indicator kriging provides a flexible interpolation approach that is well suited for datasets where: 1) many observations are below the detection limit, 2) the histogram is strongly skewed, or 3) specific classes of attribute values are better connected in space than others (e.g. low pollutant concentrations). To apply indicator kriging at its full potential requires, however, the tedious inference and modeling of multiple indicator semivariograms, as well as the post-processing of the results… CONTINUE READING
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