Associate Professor, Department of Mathematics, UTFSM, Chile
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I am interested in the theory and methodology of spatial statistics, image modeling and time series, and applications mainly in environmental and forest sciences, and fisheries. My research focuses on the development of theoretical and methodological tools to address the association between two spatial processes, and the development of effective sample size for different scenarios. I am also interested in 3D spatial data visualization
The goal of the project is to explore what kind of spatial contaminations are meaningful in forest sciences. We have studied three types of contaminations that it is likely to find in forest datasets. The idea is to explore what is the effect of these contaminations on the codispersion coefficient, which measures the spatial association between two sequences.