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《PROGRESS IN GEOPHYSICS》 1997-01
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THE BOOTSTRAP RESAMPLE FOR MAGNETIC SUSCEPTIBILITY TENSORS

Tang Dashi (Department of Geology, Peking University Beijing 100871)  
In studies of the anisotropy of susceptibility or remanence of paleomagnehc samples it is conventiona1 to find the average direction for each principal axis and its associated cone using Fisherian. Shortcomings are round in cases where igneous rocks have very weak anisotropy. The author uses a bootstrap resampling scheme for magnetic susceptibility tcnsors, and compares it with Fisherian. Tt fs shown that the principal axes approximate Kent or FB5 distribution. In the new technique, the diretions and statistically significant AMS clusters of average principal axes are more reliable, because the results are obtained directly from their empirical distributions.
【Fund】: 国家自然科学基金
【CateGory Index】: P545
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