Globally intensity‐reweighted estimators for K ‐ and pair correlation functions

@article{Shaw2020GloballyIE,
  title={Globally intensity‐reweighted estimators for
 K
 ‐ and pair correlation functions},
  author={Thomas Shaw and Jesper M⊘ller and Rasmus Waagepetersen},
  journal={arXiv: Methodology},
  year={2020}
}
We introduce new estimators of the inhomogeneous $K$-function and the pair correlation function of a spatial point process as well as the cross $K$-function and the cross pair correlation function of a bivariate spatial point process under the assumption of second-order intensity-reweighted stationarity. These estimators rely on a 'global' normalization factor which depends on an aggregation of the intensity function, whilst the existing estimators depend 'locally' on the intensity function at… Expand
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