Statistical Geoinformatics for Human Environment Interface presents two paradigms for studying both space and interface with regard to human/environment: localization and multiple indicators. The first approach localizes thematic targets by treating space as a pattern of vicinities, with the pattern being a square grid and the placement of viciniti

chapter 2|16 pages

- Localizing Fixed-Form Features

chapter 3|16 pages

- Precedence and Patterns of Propensity

chapter 5|22 pages

- Similar Settings as Clustered Components

chapter 6|16 pages

- Intensity Images and Map Multimodels

chapter 8|12 pages

- Shape, Support, and Partial Polygons

chapter 11|12 pages

- Regression Relations for Spatial Stations

chapter 12|10 pages

- Spatial Stations as Surface Samples

chapter 13|8 pages

- Shifting Spatial Structure