Georges François Paul Marie Matheron (December 2, 1930 – August 7, 2000) was a French mathematician and geologist, known as the founder of geostatistics and a co-founder (together with Jean Serra) of mathematical morphology. In 1968 he created the Centre de Géostatistique et de Morphologie Mathématique at the Paris School of Mines in Fontainebleau. He is known for his contributions on Kriging and mathematical morphology. His seminal work is posted for study and review to the Online Library of the Centre de Géostatistique, Fontainebleau, France.
Read more about Georges Matheron: Early Career, Geostatistics, Mathematical Morphology, The Centre De Géostatistique Et De Morphologie Mathématique, Books By Matheron
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... Editions Technip, France, 1962–63, where Matheron lays the fundamental tools of linear geostatistics variography, variances of estimation and dispersion, and ... Elements pour une théorie des milieux poreux, Masson, Paris, 1967, which includes Matheron's work on hydrodynamics ...
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