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4 shows the EDF plot of nearest neighbour distances for the Japanese black pine saplings, together with the upper and lower envelopes from 99 simulations of CSR. 52. 11, again suggesting acceptance of CSR. 4. However, the limited resolution of the data does not justify either a much ﬁner tabulation or a more subtle interpolation rule. 9) leads to emphatic rejection of CSR, with u1 comfortably larger than all 99 simulated uj . 4 EDF plot of nearest neighbour distances for Japanese black pine saplings.
Rogers (1964) discusses the mathematical properties of the Dirichlet tessellation in a general p-dimensional setting. The construction of the Dirichlet tessellation and the associated Delaunay triangulation rapidly becomes a non-trivial exercise as n increases. 5 . 7 The Dirichlet tessellation (——) and Delaunay triangulation (– – –) associated with 12 points in a unit square. 7 Monte Carlo tests Even simple stochastic models for spatial point patterns lead to intractable distribution theory, and in order to test models against data we shall make extensive use of Monte Carlo tests (Barnard, 1963).
This assumes that the values of the ui are all diﬀerent, so that the ranking of u1 is unambiguous. If U is a discrete random variable, for example a count, tied values are possible and we then adopt the conservative rule of choosing the least extreme rank for u1 . The extension to two-sided tests is clear. 14 Statistical Methods for Spatial and Spatio-Temporal Point Processes Hope (1968) gives a number of examples to show that the loss of power resulting from a Monte Carlo implementation is slight, so that s need not be very large.