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9, left). 3] where dfSAND is the fractal dimension of the network measured with the sandbox method. 3] it is possible to plot log[P(R)] as a function of log[R] and to derive dfSAND as the slope of the linear regression fitting the data of the plot. The sandbox method is based on local neighborhood measures between samples and can be interpreted as a measure of the density of samples at different scales. Therefore, using the sandbox method allows us to detect the appearance of clustering as a departure from a homogenous situation, for which the fractal dimension is equal to 2 (the number of points for a homogenous set increases with R2).
2. 2. Spatial predictions The use of a clustered MN for spatial prediction can lead to incorrect spatial conclusions about the extent of a polluted area. 2) networks were used to produce a pollution map using a kriging model (see Chapter 3). 4 shows that the oversampling in small concentration areas leads to a regional under-estimation of risk and that small contaminated areas (hot spots) are not detected. 4. 3. Monitoring network quantification In this section, several clustering measures will be discussed.
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