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Discontinuous nature of kriging digital terrain models

http://water.usgs.gov/wrri/01grants/prog-compl-reports/2001CT721B.pdf

Research exploring the mathematical properties of kriging, a widely-used surface interpolation method. The continuity properties of kriging digital terrain models over a wide range of terrain types helps hydrologists assess the usefulness of kriging for D

by Meyer, Thomas
U.S. Geological Survey outside publications
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Hydrology, Kriging, Mathematical modeling, Topography
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