Матметоды и моделирование в горно-геологической отрасли
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Sarma D.D. Geostatistics with Applications in Earth Sciences
Capital Publishing Company and Springer, 2009, pages 205.
This book has been designed to serve as a text book for post graduate-students and research workers in earth sciences who require a background of and a feel for statistics and the theory of regionalised variables. The book is titled 'Geostatistics with Applications in Earth Sciences". This new edition has been completely revised to reflect the notable concept - and technique-wise in geostatistics.
Statistical Methods in Earth Sciences.
Univa riate Statistical Methods, Frequency Analysis and Simulation.
Some Statistical Distributions.
Stochastic Modelling (Time Series Analysis) and Forecasting.
Concepts of Regionalised Variable s and Variogram Modelling.
Regularised Models , Volume-Variance Relationships and Economics.
The Concepts of Dispersion, Extension and Estimation Variances.
Kriging Variance and Kriging Procedure.
Introduction to Advanced Geostatistics.
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