Simple and Ordinary Multigaussian Kriging for Estimating Recoverable Reserves

@article{Emery2005SimpleAO,
  title={Simple and Ordinary Multigaussian Kriging for Estimating Recoverable Reserves},
  author={X. Emery},
  journal={Mathematical Geology},
  year={2005},
  volume={37},
  pages={295-319}
}
  • X. Emery
  • Published 2005
  • Mathematics
  • Mathematical Geology
  • Multigaussian kriging is used in geostatistical applications to assess the recoverable reserves in ore deposits, or the probability for a contaminant to exceed a critical threshold. However, in general, the estimates have to be calculated by a numerical integration (Monte Carlo approach). In this paper, we propose analytical expressions to compute the multigaussian kriging estimator and its estimation variance, thanks to polynomial expansions. Three extensions are then considered, which are… CONTINUE READING
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