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ISSN: 1690-4524 (Online)


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Plasma Tectonics and Electric Geology: Some Context on Geoplasma Research of Global Electric Circuits
Bruce Leybourne
(pages: 1-6)

Introduction to Plasma Tectonics & Electric Geology: Solar Wind Coupling to Planetary Circuits Lightning Tells the Stellar Transformer Story
Bruce Leybourne, Giovanni Gregori
(pages: 7-13)

Orthogonal Megatrend Intersections: “Coils” of a Stellar Transformer (Extended) – Investigating the Southeast Indian Ridge Circuit
N. Christian Smoot, Bruce Leybourne
(pages: 14-25)

The Paleo Dutton Plateau: A Geomorphologic Conundrum
N. Christian Smoot
(pages: 26-31)

History of Electric Geology
Larry White, Robert Hawthorne Jr.
(pages: 32-37)

Electric Discharge - Not an Impact Caused Formation of Upheaval Dome, Canyonlands National Park, Utah (Extended)
Robert Hawthorne Jr.
(pages: 38-50)

Electric Earthquakes? The Case of Hyogo Ken Nambu (Japan)
Valentino Straser, Kazunori Miura
(pages: 51-55)

Atmospheric Plasmas that Precede Earthquakes in Seismically Active Areas
Valentino Straser
(pages: 56-61)

Using Jet Stream’s Precursors to Make Earthquake Forecast
Hong-Chun Wu, Bruce Leybourne
(pages: 62-65)

Global Disaster Forecasting with Space Weather & Geophysical Intelligence
Bruce Leybourne, David Orr
(pages: 66-71)

Multi-Parametric Earthquake Forecasting the New Madrid From Electromagnetic Coupling Between Solar Corona and Earth System Precursors
Bruce Leybourne, Valentino Straser, Hong-Chun Wu, Giovanni Gregori, Arun Bapat, Natarajan Venkatanathan, Louis Hissink
(pages: 72-77)

North American Solar Electro-Magnetic Induction Detection Network
Bruce Leybourne, Valentino Straser, Kenneth Jones, Hong-Chun Wu, Giovanni Gregori, Louis Hissink
(pages: 78-83)

Earthquakes Linked to 2003 European Heat Wave: Implications for Global Warming - Evidence in the Adriatic and Mediterranean Basins (Revisited)
Bruce Leybourne, Bill Orr, Andy Hass, Pete Gruzinskas, David Lewis, Giovanni P. Gregori, N. Christian Smoot, Ismail Bhat
(pages: 84-88)

Tectonic Spiral Structures of the Tethyan Vortex Street (Revisited) GRACE Geoid Interpretations and African Lightning Teleconnections
Bruce A. Leybourne, N. Christian Smoot, Giovanni P. Gregori, Gabriel Paparo, Ismail Bhat
(pages: 89-91)

The Australian-Antarctic Discordance (Revisited) – Pressurized vs. Non-Pressurized Ridge System
Bruce A. Leybourne, Michael B. Adams
(pages: 92-96)

Modeling Mantle Dynamics in the Banda Sea Triple Junction – Exploring a Possible Link to El Niño Southern Oscillation (Revisited)
Bruce A. Leybourne, Michael B. Adams
(pages: 97-106)

El Niño Tectonic Modulation in the Pacific Basin (Revisited)
Bruce A. Leybourne, Michael B. Adams
(pages: 107-112)

Hurricane Irma 2017: Relationships with Lightning, Gravity, and Earthquakes (Update – Coronal Holes and Hurricane Dorian 2019)
Bruce Leybourne
(pages: 113-121)

Electrical Wildfire Propagation Along Geomagnetic Anomalies: A Solar Induction Process (Update – 2018 Wildfire in Paradise Lost)
Bruce Leybourne, Andy Hass, Bill Orr, Chris Smoot, Ismail Bhat, David Lewis, Giovanni P. Gregori, Tom Reed
(pages: 122-126)

Gulf of California Electrical Hot-Spot Hypothesis Climate and Wildfire Teleconnections (Revisited)
Bruce A. Leybourne, Giovanni P. Gregori, Cornelis F. de Hoop
(pages: 127-130)


 

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The Kernel Estimation in Biosystems Engineering

Esperanza Ayuga Téllez, Mª Angeles Grande Ortiz, Concepción González García, Angel Julián Martín Fernández, Ana Isabel García García


In many fields of biosystems engineering, it is common to find works in which statistical information is analysed that violates the basic hypotheses necessary for the conventional forecasting methods. For those situations, it is necessary to find alternative methods that allow the statistical analysis considering those infringements. Non-parametric function estimation includes methods that fit a target function locally, using data from a small neighbourhood of the point. Weak assumptions, such as continuity and differentiability of the target function, are rather used than “a priori” assumption of the global target function shape (e.g., linear or quadratic). In this paper a few basic rules of decision are enunciated, for the application of the non-parametric estimation method. These statistical rules set up the first step to build an interface usermethod for the consistent application of kernel estimation for not expert users. To reach this aim, univariate and multivariate estimation methods and density function were analysed, as well as regression estimators. In some cases the models to be applied in different situations, based on simulations, were defined. Different biosystems engineering applications of the kernel estimation are also analysed in this review.

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