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TitleAn application to Galicia pollution data and a model for preferential sampling
Author(s)Menezes, Raquel
García Soidán, Pilar
Febrero-Bande, Manuel
Diggle, Peter
KeywordsPreferential sampling,
Cox process
Pollution monitoring
Geostatistics
Issue dateOct-2005
Abstract(s)In geostatistics, it is commonly assumed that sample locations are equally spread over the observed region. Furthermore, it is assumed that the point process for data locations does not depend on the data process. One has preferential sampling when the last assumption fails. We address this problem by proposing a model-based approach, for stationary Gaussian spatial processes. This new parametric model is founded on a flexible class of log-Gaussian Cox processes. In this talk, we investigate an application example to pollution data, where we believe there is a clear rationale for the sampling being preferential.
TypeOral presentation
DescriptionApresentação efectuada no "I Congresso de Estatística e Investigação Operacional da Galiza e Norte de Portugal, VII Congreso Galego de Estatística e Investigación de Operacións", em Guimarães, Portugal, em 2005.
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/1822/4703
AccessOpen access
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