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Re: GEOSTATS: simulating residual conditional on estimated local mean.

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  • Dave Wooldridge
    ... The noise does not necessarily have zero mean. The expected value is zero but the variance amongst all the realisations will still have some spread.
    Message 1 of 3 , Mar 20, 1998
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      Benjamin Warr wrote:
      >Consider a noisy image, where the values of the pixels can be considered
      >to be a single realisation of the expected value of the received signal,
      >but are as already stated seriously affected by noise. Based on physical
      >model evidence the probability density function of the signal varies with
      >the expected value. The noise is of zero mean but multiplicative.

      The noise does not necessarily have zero mean. The expected value is zero
      but the variance amongst all the realisations will still have some spread.

      DaveWooldridge
      Hydrogeologist
      GROUNDWATER SOLUTIONS
      Sydney
      dwool@...

      -----Original Message-----
      From: Benjamin Stuart Warr <B.S.Warr@...>
      To: ai-geostats@... <ai-geostats@...>
      Date: Friday, 20 March 1998 4:41
      Subject: GEOSTATS: simulating residual conditional on estimated local mean.






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