Comparison between the indirect approach and kriging with samples of different support for estimation using samples of different length

Marcel Antonio Arcari Bassani, João Felipe Coimbra Leite Costa, Waleska Campos Guaglianoni, Ricardo Hundelshaussen Rubio

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In this paper we compare two estimation methods to deal with samples of different support: (1) the indirect approach using accumulation and (2) kriging with samples of different support. These two methods were tested in a simple example. The estimates of the two methods were compared against a benchmark scenario. The benchmark consisted of kriging using a complete set of samples on the same support. The effects of the nugget effect, variogram range and type on the weight of long samples, the estimate, and the error variance were assessed. Kriging with samples of different support led to lower error variance and to estimates closer to the estimates of the benchmark scenario. Furthermore, in the case of spatially continuous attributes (low nugget effect), the indirect approach assigns greater weight to long samples than kriging with samples of different support. A cross validation study comparing the two methods with a database from a bauxite deposit was performed. The results of the cross validation study showed that kriging with samples of different support resulted in more precise estimates.

Idioma originalInglés
Páginas (desde-hasta)785-797
Número de páginas13
PublicaciónStochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment
Volumen32
N.º3
DOI
EstadoPublicada - 1 mar. 2018
Publicado de forma externa

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