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This publication combines geostatistics and international mapping platforms to provide an up to date research of environmental facts. that includes a variety of case reports, the reference covers version based (geostatistics) and information pushed (machine studying algorithms) research ideas corresponding to possibility mapping, conditional stochastic simulations, descriptions of spatial uncertainty and variability, man made neural networks (ANN) for spatial facts, Bayesian greatest entropy (BME), and extra.

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Identifying spatial clustering phenomena in forest-fire sequences”, Physica A, 376, 2007, p. 596-600. , KAISER C. , “Clustering in environmental monitoring networks: dimensional resolutions and pattern detection”, in GEOENV VI: Proceedings of the Sixth European Conference on Geostatistics and Environmental Applications, Sprinter, 2007. 1. Assumptions of geostatistics Geostatistics dates back to the first introduction of kriging in 1954 [MAT 1954]. The principles of geostatistics were developed by Matheron [MAT 1963] and extended in later works [JOU 1978; CRE 1993; CHI 1999].

Raw SIRMN and populated area networks covering the space in a similar way, the difference of clustering between them is less visible with the box-counting method. 71 depending on the method used. 75. Since the prediction of a phenomenon as indoor radon is strongly linked to inhabited areas, we can consider the following: if, on the one hand, the real network appears to be heavily clustered for predictions in twodimensional space, on the other hand it appears to be homogenous for predictions in populated regions.

G. [DIG 03]). 10. 11. 2. Box-counting method The box-counting method (also called the grid-method) [SMI 89] covers the region under study with a regular grid of N boxes (as in the case of Morisita index calculation) and counts the number of boxes necessary to cover the whole network S(L). 9 – second method, right). 4] where dfBOX is the fractal dimension of the network measured with the box-counting method. 4] it is possible to plot log[S(L)] as a function of log[L] and to derive dfBOX as the slope of a linear regression fitting the data.

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