Re: AI-GEOSTATS: AI-GEOSTATS
> Multiple simulations following the same path,Sounds really fast, which is an advantage but is't
> co-simulation and
> indicator simulations are all implemented.
this outweighed by the fact that you have to follow
the same path every time? I understood from the
literature that one should vary the path every time
for a valid siulation.
Since we are all putting out adverts here, maybe I
should mention that EcoSSe does sequential gaussian
simulation and that we speed up the simulation by (a)
dividing the whole region into subregions and
randomising within the subregion and (b) writing out
intermediate grid files for "re-input" for people who
want to get progressively finer. It's not free, of
course, ($US1,000) but it is constantly being updated
to include features the users suggest.
SGS is not in the demo, but you can check it out
We'll be covering SGS etc in Volume 2, Practical
Geostatistics 2001 but don't hold your breath as it is
likely to be mid-year before we get it finished. In
the meantime, look out for the 350 page "Practical
eostatistocs 2000: Answers to the Exercises" due out
this month. Much much more than just "Q1:
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