Spectral representation of intrinsically stationary fields
Transferring the concept of processes with weakly stationary increments to arbitrary locally compact Abelian groups two closely related notions arise: while intrinsically stationary random fields can be seen as a direct analog of intrinsic random functions of order k applied by G. Matheron in geostatistics, stationarizable random fields arise as a natural analog of definitizable functions in harmonic analysis. We concentrate on intrinsically stationary random fields related to finite-dimensional, translation-invariant function spaces, establish an orthogonal decomposition of random fields of this type, and present spectral representations for intrinsically stationary as well as stationarizable random fields using orthogonal vector measures.
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Volume (Year): 122 (2012)
Issue (Month): 12 ()
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