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In Geostatistical modelling of the spatial distribution of rock attributes, the multivariate distribution of a Random Function defines the range of possible values and the spatial relationships among them. Under a decision of stationarity, the Random Function distribution and its statistics are...
Evaluating the process performance of mining and petroleum operations requires numerical geological models of many related rock properties or variables. Taken together, they provide a characterization of the geologic deposit that forms the basis for engineering design and decision making. Complex...
Geostatistical modeling in presence of extreme values needs special attention. Certain extreme high values known as outliers require proper treatment or mineral resources may be overstated. A number of methodologies are proposed in this thesis to identify and manage outliers. The main goal of the...