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Geostatistical Estimation Methods: Kriging

  • Y. Z. Ma
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Abstract

This chapter presents geostatistical estimation methods for modeling continuous variables. These include several kriging techniques, namely, simple kriging, ordinary kriging, kriging with varying mean, collocated cokriging, and factorial kriging. Geoscientists who want only a basic understanding of kriging estimation can skip the advanced kriging methods, but simple kriging is necessary for understanding stochastic simulation. Similarly, collocated cokriging will be useful for understanding collocated cosimulation. Stochastic (co)simulation is presented in Chap.  17.

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  • Y. Z. Ma
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  1. 1.SchlumbergerDenverUSA

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