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The prediction procedure essentially copies this local behavior elsewhere. 2 that this is a valid isotropic covariance for all r in all dimensions. It produces a continuous but non-differentiable predicted surface. Zubrzycki (1957) introduced a process found by counting the number of points of a Poisson process of intensity h within distance ( R / 2 ) of the sample point. Then C(h) =Xmeas( b(0, R ) n b(h, R ) ) where b(h, R ) denotes the ball of radius R centered at h. This gives lo r>R (b) Fig.