Geostatistics without Stationarity Assumptions within GIS

@inproceedings{Brenning2001GeostatisticsWS,
  title={Geostatistics without Stationarity Assumptions within GIS},
  author={Alexander Brenning and K. Gerald van den Boogaart},
  year={2001}
}
The present work deals with two challenging problems of applied geostatistics: (i) Stationarity assumptions often do not hold under real-world conditions. (ii) Geostatistical methods have to be linked with spatial databases in order to be applicable in non-stationary situations. Solutions for both problems are proposed and implemented. (i) A central assumption in geostatistics is the stationarity of the process. However the spatial variability of many natural phenomena heavily depends on the… CONTINUE READING
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