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A Comparative Study on the Spatial Statistical Models for the Estimation of Population Distribution
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 Title & Authors
A Comparative Study on the Spatial Statistical Models for the Estimation of Population Distribution
Oh, Doo-Ri; Hwang, Chul Sue;
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 Abstract
This study aims to accurately estimate population distribution more specifically than administrative unites using a RK (Regression-Kriging) model. The RK model is the areal interpolation technique that involves linear regression and the Kriging model. In order to estimate a population’s distribution using a sample region, four different models were used, namely; a regression model, RK model, OK (Ordinary Kriging) model and CK (Co-Kriging) model. The results were then compared with each other. Evaluation of the accuracy and validity of evaluation analysis results were the basis RMSE (Root Mean Square Error), MAE (Mean Absolute Error), G statistic and correlation coefficient (ρ). In the sample regions, every statistic value of the RK model showed better results than other models. The results of this comparative study will be useful to estimate a population distribution of the metropolitan areas with high population density
 Keywords
Areal Interpolation;Dasymetric Mapping;Kriging;Regression-Kriging;GIS;Population Density;
 Language
English
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