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The e-book is anxious with the statistical thought for finding spatial sensors. It bridges the space among spatial statistics and optimal layout thought. After introductions to these fields the themes of exploratory designs and designs for spatial pattern and variogram estimation are handled. unique consciousness is dedicated to describing new methodologies to deal with the matter of correlated observations.
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G. Ford and Silvey (1980)). It is remarkable that only in this approach the actual observations from the experiment do have inﬂuence on the structure of the resulting design. For details about this and other properties of sequential experimentation and their decision-theoretic impact refer to the monograph by Chernoﬀ (1972). 1 Information Matrices 49 A combination of the two approaches is given by Chaloner (1993), who with the help of a simple model devise a batch sequential Bayesian method, which uniﬁes theoretical (use of the best available information about β) and practical (information gain through new data) advantages.
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