Njeri I am forwarding this to the AI-Geostats mailing list in the hope that someone there can answer your query. I would probably tackle it using indicatorMessage 1 of 1 , Mar 7, 2005View SourceNjeri
I am forwarding this to the AI-Geostats mailing list
in the hope that someone there can answer your query.
I would probably tackle it using indicator
geostatistics but I am sure there is a better way.
--- Njeri Wabiri <nwabiri@...> wrote:
> Date: Mon, 07 Mar 2005 11:19:00 +0200
> From: Njeri Wabiri <nwabiri@...>
> To: Isobel Clark <drisobelclark@...>
> Subject: Re: Interval aritmetic and variogram
> Dear Isobel,
> I have a question that I need some clarification.
> I have spatial data in form of interval of values
> or as inequality
> constraints, meaning that at a location,x, the
> unknowm z(x) is
> contained within an interval [a,b], where a is the
> minimum and b the
> maximum value.
> Treating intervals as ordinary real numbers, i was
> hoping to apply
> interval arithmetic models in the estimation of
> weights, then use
> obtained weights to calculate values (which will be
> intervals) at each
> unknown location.
> Could you be having any reference on application of
> interval arithemtic
> to spatial modelling for data inform of intervals of
> Than you,
> PhD student
> University of Cape Town