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

When Prof. Hatheron used to be requested to delineate the historical past of geostatistics, he objected that such self-discipline continues to be too "young" to be taken care of from a ancient perspective. The an increasing number of expanding useful purposes requiring more moderen and more recent methodologies might fairly recommend the need of empha­ sizing the stairs taken and the consequences got in the past. the explanation of sure epistemological offerings in addition to the difficul­ ties and luck in setting up a discussion with the folk probably to profit from the result of geostatistics are helpful premises to appreciate the current prestige of this self-discipline. The human bearing of characters of the individuals that experience introduc­ ed and studied this technological know-how mixing concept with monetary prac­ tics is an element taking part in a now not inconsiderable function within the boost­ ment of geostatistics. those ideas have been the information in organizing the ASI-Geo­ stat seventy five. Canada, France and Italy are 3 diversified events in an commercial and educational context, specifically within the interac­ tion among those fields. but it was once our impact that the time had come to gather specialists, students, and people in­ terested in geostatistics so one can assessment its current posi­ tion on a number of degrees within the various nations and to debate its destiny clients. Prof. Hatheron and Hr. Krige in addition to different well-liked humans have been of a similar opinion.

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This is however seldom the case and even then, the time required to make use of these Simplifications is often more than ignoring them; the man- time spent to compute all the weights for each of 41 THE PRACTICE OF KR IGING • • I • 2 • 4 TYPES • BLOCKS ONLY OF • 3 • ,. O·H . • I figure 4. the particular situation is often more than the computer time saved, at least when only one mineral inventory file is to be produced. 3 Random kriging This technique is described by Marechal and Serra (1970) and HuiJbregts (1975).

VAR (z,_z*] = VAH . [z,1 - z #;,~ , COV [z, , ~~ fI , (lj ,Z(x ; l ] ... coV [Z (x,l,Z(xj (Eq. 1) l] Thus kriging amoilllts to finding the set of weights ~; which minimi z:es VAR (z _Z*) illlder the condition E(Z - Z><-) = O. " ? , When only a variogram exists (the vari ance of a point is infinite), this is t he intr insic hypotheses and it has been shown many times (Matheron, 1971, p. 129) that the previous system can be used, simply replacing eJ'j by - "ti ;,. )d-;a. E-.. , l·'J - • L t:o ~,{,l~ ;l ~ ~; ~, (" l : 1" -i-~ l = ~"It , ' "' ''' ; .

5 Problemes plus complexes. Examinons maintenant quelques cas de problemes plus complexes , exigeant davantage de prerequisites, et pour lesquels les methodes sont souvent encore en cours d'elaboration. Malheureusement , faute de place , nous devrons nous contenter d'une revue assez breve . - Examinons d ' abord les simulations conditionnelles [2]. e. cette realisation doit prendr e aux points de prelevement les valeurs reelles expe r i mentalement connues) . lei, les modeles de FA d'ordre 2 ne sont plus suffisants, puisque l ' on doit respecter de plus une condition portant sur l'histogramme .

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