kriging

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kri·ging

(krī'jing),
A method first used in the earth sciences to smooth data from spatially scattered point measurements, used in geographic epidemiology.
[D. G. Krige, South African engineer]

kri·ging

(krī'jing)
A method first used in the earth sciences to smooth data from spatially scattered point measurements, used in geographic epidemiology.
[D. G. Krige, South African engineer]
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He's Gaussian process regression model [22] is compared with ours.
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