An evaluation of correction techniques for boundary effects in spatial statistical analysis: traditional methods
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The purpose of this paper is to study one source of bias in parameter estimates based upon sampled spatial data, namely that attributable to the boundary value problem of two-dimensional statistical analysis (see GrifEth 1982 for a discussion of another source).
(1983). An evaluation of correction techniques for boundary effects in spatial statistical analysis: traditional methods. Geographical Analysis, 15(4), 352-360.
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