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Differential models for evolutionary compositions

Author
Egozcue, J. J.; Jarauta-Bragulat, E.
Type of activity
Journal article
Journal
Mathematical geosciences
Date of publication
2014-05
Volume
46
Number
4
First page
381
Last page
410
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1007/s11004-014-9533-2 Open in new window
Project funding
ANALISIS ESTADISTICO DE DATOS COMPOSICIONALES Y OTROS DATOS CON ESPACIO MUESTRAL RESTRINGIDO
Métodos Estadísticos en Espacios Restringidos (Metrics)
Abstract
General systems are frequently decomposable into parts and these parts can evolve in time or space, a frequent occurrence in the field of Geosciences. In most cases, fitting models to forecast future states of the system is a goal of the analysis. Modelling interactions between parts may also be of common interest. The system can be analysed from different points of view; the traditional one consists in modelling each part of the system in time. Alternatively, modelling the evolution of the part...
Keywords
Aitchison geometry, Autonomous differential equations, Balances, Compositional data, Ilr coordinates, Luzonite, Oil reserves, Simplicial derivative, Urban waste
Group of research
NRG - Natural Hazards and Geostatistics

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