Statistics for spatial data by Noel A. C. Cressie

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  • Spatial analysis (Statistics)

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StatementNoel A.C. Cressie.
SeriesWiley series in probability and mathematical statistics.
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LC ClassificationsQA278.2 .C75 1991
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Paginationxx, 900 p. :
Number of Pages900
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Open LibraryOL2025970M
ISBN 100471843369
LC Control Number91000775

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