## [ai-geostats] interpolation of time series

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• Hi, I´m looking to interpolate time series of temperature, with spline or co-kriging. I found many literature about these two geostatistical methods, but very
Message 1 of 3 , Mar 6, 2006
Hi,
I´m looking to interpolate time series of temperature, with spline or co-kriging. I found many literature about these two geostatistical methods, but very few about how to use them in interpolation of time series (or about some "trick" to solve the problem in other way). Can you tell me if there is some papers, books or other about it?

Sincerely

Andrea
• Hi, Andrea, Why don’t you consider using bandlimited interpolation instead? If you are interested, I can send you some references on that topic. Regards,
Message 2 of 3 , Mar 6, 2006

Hi, Andrea,

Why don’t you consider using bandlimited interpolation instead?

If you are interested, I can send you some references on that topic.

Regards,

Jorge Carvalho

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Jorge M. C. M. Carvalho

Mining Department
Faculty of Engineering - University of
Porto - FEUP

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From: Andrea Aimi [mailto:aimi.andrea@...]
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Subject: [ai-geostats] interpolation of time series

Hi,

I´m looking to interpolate time series of temperature, with spline or co-kriging. I found many literature about these two geostatistical methods, but very few about how to use them in interpolation of time series (or about some "trick" to solve the problem in other way). Can you tell me if there is some papers, books or other about it?

Sincerely

Andrea

• Andrea In time series analysis, people are more or less work with either covariance function or correlation function which are measure of similarity while in
Message 3 of 3 , Mar 8, 2006
Andrea

In time series analysis, people are more or less work with either
covariance function or correlation function which are measure of
similarity while in geostatistics, people are working with variogram
function which is measure of variability. You could model your variable
in 1-D using variogram function and you would get the same results
compared to using either covariance function or correlation function.

Thanks
Abedini

On Mon, 6 Mar 2006, Andrea Aimi wrote:

> Hi,
> I´m looking to interpolate time series of temperature, with spline or
> co-kriging. I found many literature about these two geostatistical methods,
> but very few about how to use them in interpolation of time series (or about
> some "trick" to solve the problem in other way). Can you tell me if there is
> some papers, books or other about it?
>
> Sincerely
>
>
> Andrea
>
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