Random Functions and Hydrology

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Courier Corporation, 1985 - Technology & Engineering - 559 pages
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Advanced-level view of the tools of random processes and field theory as applied to the analysis and synthesis of hydrologic phenomena. Topics include time-series analysis, optimal estimation, optimal interpolation (Kriging), frequency-domain analysis of signals, and linear systems theory. Techniques and examples chosen to illustrate the latest advances in hydrologic signal analysis. Useable as graduate-level text in water resource systems, stochastic hydrology, random processes and signal analysis. 202 illustrations.
 

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
1
GENERALIZED UNIVARIATE TIMESERIES
14
MULTIVARIATE TIMESERIES ANALYSIS
91
FREQUENCYDOMAIN ANALYSIS
155
LONGTERM PERSISTENCE IN HYDROLOGIC
210
APPENDIX TO CHAPTER 5 THE BROKENLINE
266
The Multivariate BrokenLine Model
275
MULTIDIMENSIONAL HYDROLOGIC PROCESSES
281
Sampling from the Spectrum
288
ESTIMATION OF STATIC LINEAR HYDROLOGIC
359
ESTIMATION OF DYNAMIC HYDROLOGIC
425
ADDITIONAL DYNAMIC FILTERING CONCEPTS
466
REFERENCES
521
INDEX
545
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