Defines which surrounding points will be used to control the output. Standard is the default.
This is a Search Neighborhood class SearchNeighborhoodStandard,SearchNeighborhoodSmooth, SearchNeighborhoodStandardCircular, and SearchNeighborhoodSmoothCircular.
Standard
· Major semiaxis—The major semiaxis value of the searching neighborhood.
· Minor semiaxis—The minor semiaxis value of the searching neighborhood.
· Angle—The angle of rotation for the axis (circle) or semimajor axis (ellipse) of the moving window.
· Maximum neighbors—The maximum number of neighbors that will be used to estimate the value at the unknown location.
· Minimum neighbors—The minimum number of neighbors that will be used to estimate the value at the unknown location.
· Sector type—The geometry of the neighborhood.
§ One sector—Single ellipse.
§ Four sectors—Ellipse divided into four sectors.
§ Four sectors shifted—Ellipse divided into four sectors and shifted 45 degrees.
§ Eight sectors—Ellipse divided into eight sectors.
Smooth
· Major semiaxis—The major semiaxis value of the searching neighborhood.
· Minor semiaxis—The minor semiaxis value of the searching neighborhood.
· Angle—The angle of rotation for the axis (circle) or semimajor axis (ellipse) of the moving window.
· Smoothing factor—The Smooth Interpolation option creates an outer ellipse and an inner ellipse at a distance equal to the Major Semiaxis multiplied by the Smoothing factor. The points that fall outside the smallest ellipse but inside the largest ellipse are weighted using a sigmoidal function with a value between zero and one.
StandardCircular
· Radius—The length of the radius of the search circle.
· Angle—The angle of rotation for the axis (circle) or semimajor axis (ellipse) of the moving window.
· Maximum neighbors—The maximum number of neighbors that will be used to estimate the value at the unknown location.
· Minimum neighbors—The minimum number of neighbors that will be used to estimate the value at the unknown location.
· Sector type—The geometry of the neighborhood.
§ One sector—Single ellipse.
§ Four sectors—Ellipse divided into four sectors.
§ Four sectors shifted—Ellipse divided into four sectors and shifted 45 degrees.
§ Eight sectors—Ellipse divided into eight sectors.
SmoothCircular
· Radius—The length of the radius of the search circle.
· Smoothing factor—The Smooth Interpolation option creates an outer ellipse and an inner ellipse at a distance equal to the Major Semiaxis multiplied by the Smoothing factor. The points that fall outside the smallest ellipse but inside the largest ellipse are weighted using a sigmoidal function with a value between zero and one.

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