Space-Time Leadership

Celebrating Over 25 Years of Leadership in Space-Time Statistics

Since 1991, our collaborators have been developing space-time statistics and geostatistical methodologies and software. For more than two decades, our award-winning research has been charting groundbreaking paths for spatiotemporal analysis, and we have been offering our expertise in numerous studies across different disciplines. This expertise and technical knowledge is now available for your projects through SpaceTimeWorks.

The following graph illustrates a collection of our key publications along this timeline. For a comprehensive list of our relevant publications, visit the detailed Publications page.

 

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Timeline of Key Space-Time Publications
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Timeline of Key Space-Time Publications

 

1. Christakos G. 1991. Certain Results on Spatiotemporal Random Fields and Their Applications in Environmental Research. In: Byrnes J.S., Byrnes J.L., Hargreaves K.A., and K. Berry (eds.). Probabilistic & Stochastic Methods in Analysis with Applications 372:287-322, Kluwer Acad Publ, Dordrecht, The Netherlands.

2. Christakos G. 1991. On Certain Classes of Spatiotemporal Random Fields With Application to Space-Time Data Processing. IEEE-Trans on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, 21(4), pp.861-875.

3. Christakos G. 1992. Random Field Models In Earth Sciences. Academic Press, San Diego, CA; 2005. New edition, Dover Publ Inc., Mineola, NY. 

4. Bogaert P. 1996. Comparison of Kriging Techniques in a Space-Time Context. Math Geol, 28(1), pp.73-86. 

5. Christakos G., and D.T. Hristopulos. 1998. Spatiotemporal Environmental Health Modelling: A Tractatus Stochasticus. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Boston, MA, pp.423.

6. Christakos G., and A. Kolovos. 1999. A Study Of The Spatiotemporal Health Impacts of Ozone Exposure. J of Exposure Anal and Envir Epidem, 9(4), pp.322-335.

7. Christakos G. 2000. Modern Spatiotemporal Geostatistics. Oxford Univ Press, New York, NY; 2012. New edition, Dover Publ Inc., Mineola, NY.

8. Christakos G., Hristopulos D.T., and P. Bogaert. 2000. On the Physical Geometry Concept at the Basis of Space/Time Geostatistical Hydrology. Adv in Wat Resour, 23, pp.799-810.

9. Christakos G., Bogaert P., and M.L. Serre. 2002. Temporal GIS. With CD-ROM. Springer-Verlag, New York, NY.

10. Kolovos A., Christakos G., Hristopulos D.T., and M.L. Serre. 2004. On Certain Classes Of Non-Separable Spatiotemporal Covariance Models. Adv in Water Resour, 27, pp.815-830.

11. Christakos G., Olea R.A., and H.-L. Yu. 2007. Recent Results on the Spatiotemporal Modelling and Comparative Analysis of Black Death and Bubonic Plague Epidemics. Public Health, 121, pp.700-720.

12. Kolovos A., Skupin A., Jerrett M., and G. Christakos. 2010. Multi-Perspective Analysis and Spatiotemporal Mapping of Air Pollution Monitoring Data. Envir Sci and Tech, 44(17), pp.6738-6744, doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1021/es1013328

 

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