Advanced Geostatistics in the Mining Industry: Proceedings by G. Matheron (auth.), Massimo Guarascio, Michel David,

By G. Matheron (auth.), Massimo Guarascio, Michel David, Charles Huijbregts (eds.)

When Prof. Hatheron was once requested to delineate the historical past of geostatistics, he objected that such self-discipline remains to be too "young" to be handled from a historic perspective. The a growing number of expanding functional functions requiring more recent and more moderen methodologies might quite recommend the need of empha­ sizing the stairs taken and the implications acquired in the past. the explanation of yes epistemological offerings in addition to the difficul­ ties and luck in constructing a discussion with the folk probably to learn from the result of geostatistics are beneficial premises to appreciate the current prestige of this self-discipline. The human bearing of characters of the folks that experience introduc­ ed and studied this technological know-how mixing concept with financial prac­ tics is an element taking part in a no longer inconsiderable position within the enhance­ ment of geostatistics. those recommendations have been the information in organizing the ASI-Geo­ stat seventy five. Canada, France and Italy are 3 various events in an business and educational context, specially within the interac­ tion among those fields. but it was once our influence that the time had come to collect specialists, students, and folks in­ terested in geostatistics to be able to evaluation its current posi­ tion on numerous degrees within the diversified international locations and to debate its destiny clients. Prof. Hatheron and Hr. Krige in addition to different sought after humans have been of a similar opinion.

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There is no such thing yet, that is, which would yield an economic solution in any case, What we have just reviewed should be considered as basic tools or components to be assembled into any efficient program. We still have to add to this list another series of tools Which we announced when we mentionned the possibi- Ii ty of not computing covariances. This and a couple of other tricks like getting rid of the regular block concept are what a geostatistician should consider to tailor a special kriging plan for each new mine he has to estimate.

II s'agit Ie plus souvent d'estimer. non plus seuleme nt la valeur probable, mais la loi de probabilite elle-meme d'une variable a support non ponctuel conditionnellement a l'information disponib l e. Par exemple, dans l a methode dite des fonctions de transfert , Ie gisement est decoupe en panneaux. ou blocs, con tenant quelques dizaines ou centaines de sous blocs sur lesquels portera la selection effective au moment de 1 'exploitation . II faut alors prevoir. compte tenu de 1 'information actuellement disponible , Ie nombre de ces sous - blocs dont la tene ur depassera telle ou telle teneur de coupure.

Au m est l'esperance du panneau et m. • Pour que 1 'inference statistique de m, de m. et de la covariance soit possible, i1 faut une stationnarite as~ez stricte , et Ie modele correspondant est celui des FA stationnaires d'ordre 2. ) avec r J..! • I , l'e s timateur aff i n e r entre toujours, en realite , . dans la classe SUlvante ; - Les estimateurs 1ineaires autorises a l'ordre 0, du type , , z ", r , , A. , C'est Ie type Ie plus frequemment utilise en geostatistique miniere. A titre de prerequisite, il faut connaitre Ie variogramme y (x;y) ,.

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