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(k&#x014D; ver&#x2019; &#x0113; &#x2202;nc) <b>1</b>. A measure of the difference between two quantities; a crosscorrelation function that is not normalized. A mean of zero is implied. See Kirlin and Done (1999). <b>2</b>. For a variogram, the difference between the sill and the variogram model; see Figure [[Special:MyLanguage/Dictionary:Fig_V-1|V-1]]. Kriging weights are based on correlogram values.
 
(k&#x014D; ver&#x2019; &#x0113; &#x2202;nc) <b>1</b>. A measure of the difference between two quantities; a crosscorrelation function that is not normalized. A mean of zero is implied. See Kirlin and Done (1999). <b>2</b>. For a variogram, the difference between the sill and the variogram model; see Figure [[Special:MyLanguage/Dictionary:Fig_V-1|V-1]]. Kriging weights are based on correlogram values.
 
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(kō ver’ ē ∂nc) 1. A measure of the difference between two quantities; a crosscorrelation function that is not normalized. A mean of zero is implied. See Kirlin and Done (1999). 2. For a variogram, the difference between the sill and the variogram model; see Figure V-1. Kriging weights are based on correlogram values.