>I have seen reference to a modeling method referred to casually as "ASH." IASH is special case of discretized kernel smoothing technique (WARPING):
>know next to nothing and have only heard mention of this method as a faster
>substitute to kriging with fewer distortions at the boarders. Could someone
>point me to where to get information on this procedure.
- discretized triangular kernel
- same grid for both prebinning (data) and postbinning (estimation
estimating with linear interpolation in postbinning (plotting for ex.)
is quite as accurate as usual kernel estimates: the ratio of bin width
Does any of this have any practical worth in mining applications?
MRT Perth WA
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