Document Type

Presentation

Publication Date

2001

Abstract

The demand for spatial data is on the rise. However, even the latest technology cannot guarantee an error free database in Geographic Information System (GIS). In natural resources the point field sampling is often used for spatially oriented projects and interpolation methods are implemented to predict the values in an unsampled location and to generate maps. In order to evaluate the performance of Kriging interpolation in GIS the Kriging errors were analyzed and compared to the four other interpolation methods using fundamental statistical parameters. The sensitivity of ordinary Kriging interpolation in the GIS environment was evaluated with respect to the resolution of the predicted grid and conclusions were drawn for applications in spatial analysis.

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Presented at the 21st Annual ESRI International User Conference , San Diego, California 2001

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