The impact of varying semantics in spatial statistics

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Comber, A., Harris, P. and Atkinson, P. M. 2018. The impact of varying semantics in spatial statistics. GISRUK 2018. Leicester

AuthorsComber, A., Harris, P. and Atkinson, P. M.
TypeC2 - Non-edited contributions to conferences
Abstract

This paper extends consideration of semantics to identify the sources of semantic variation in modelling, using a case study on soil conductivity in the Loess Plateau, China through spatial regression as the model. Given a simple case of y = f(x), noting that y will only ever be a predicted,
y*, the paper examines the impacts on semantics of Measurement of x (the ‘x’ issue), the Choice of x
(the ‘m’ issue) and the Support of x (the ‘v’ issue). These affect the semantics of y* through model inputs, specification and granularity, and although some of these factors are known, they have not been considered in this context together before.

KeywordsSample measurement; Model specification; Sample support; Spatial regression
Year of Publication2018
Conference title26th GIScience Research UK Conference
Conference locationUniversity of Leicester
Event date2018
Open accessPublished as non-open access
Funder project or codeThe North Wyke Farm Platform- National Capability [2017-22]
FunderBiotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council
Publisher's version
Copyright licenseCC BY

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