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 Book Title: Progress in Geomathematics

ISBN: 978-3540694953

Book Author(s): Graeme Bonham-Carter, Qiuming Cheng (Editors)

Book Publisher: Springer

Date of Publication:

Cost: 259 US$

Pages: 568

Url: http://www.springer.com/earth+sciences/

Description:

Celebrating Frits Agterberg?s half-century of publication activity in geomathematics, this volume?s 28 timely papers, written by his friends and colleagues, treat a variety of subjects of current interest, many of them also studied by Frits, including: spatial analysis in mineral resource assessment, quantitative stratigraphy, nonlinear multifractal models, compositional data analysis, time series analysis, image analysis, and geostatistics. Professor Agterberg published his first paper as a graduate student in 1958 and has since produced (and continues to publish) a steady stream of research papers on a wide variety of subjects of interest to geomathematical practitioners. Most of the papers included here address methodology and feature practical case studies, so that the book likely has broad appeal to those interested in mathematical geosciences, both to academic researchers seeking a comprehensive overview and also to practitioners of geomathematical approaches in industry.

-- TWikiAdminUser - 2010-06-04

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META TOPICPARENT name="GeostatisticsBooks"
Book Title: Progress in Geomathematics

ISBN: 978-3540694953

Book Author(s): Graeme Bonham-Carter, Qiuming Cheng (Editors)

Book Publisher: Springer

Date of Publication:

Cost: 259 US$

Pages: 568

Url: http://www.springer.com/earth+sciences/

Description:

Celebrating Frits Agterberg?s half-century of publication activity in geomathematics, this volume?s 28 timely papers, written by his friends and colleagues, treat a variety of subjects of current interest, many of them also studied by Frits, including: spatial analysis in mineral resource assessment, quantitative stratigraphy, nonlinear multifractal models, compositional data analysis, time series analysis, image analysis, and geostatistics. Professor Agterberg published his first paper as a graduate student in 1958 and has since produced (and continues to publish) a steady stream of research papers on a wide variety of subjects of interest to geomathematical practitioners. Most of the papers included here address methodology and feature practical case studies, so that the book likely has broad appeal to those interested in mathematical geosciences, both to academic researchers seeking a comprehensive overview and also to practitioners of geomathematical approaches in industry.

-- TWikiAdminUser - 2010-06-04

 
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