Functional and stochastic modelling of satellite gravity data

  title={Functional and stochastic modelling of satellite gravity data},
  author={Jasper van Loon},
  • Jasper van Loon
  • Published 2008
Acknowledgements This thesis is the result of a 5-year PhD research at the Delft University of Technology. The support of many colleagues and former colleagues needs to mentioned. First of all, my supervisor Jürgen Kusche. His open communication, enthusiasm and expertise have been of great value to this work and to my own personal development as a researcher. Moreover, he initiated the software development of the energy balance approach, the variance component estimation and the inversion of… CONTINUE READING
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