Real-time seismic monitoring is of primary importance for rapid and targeted emergency operations after potentially destructive earthquakes. A key aspect in determining the impact of an earthquake is the reconstruction of the ground-shaking field, usually expressed as the ground-motion parameter. Traditional algorithms compute the ground-shaking field from the punctual data at the stations relying on ground-motion prediction equations computed on estimates of the earthquake location and magnitude when the instrumental data are missing. The results of such algorithms are then subordinate to the evaluation of location and magnitude, which can take several minutes. To fill the temporal gap between the arrival of the data and the estimate of these parameters, a new data-driven algorithm that exploits the information from the station data only is introduced.

A Machine-Learning Approach for the Reconstruction of Ground-Shaking Fields in Real Time / Fornasari F.S.; Pazzi V.; Costa G.. - In: BULLETIN OF THE SEISMOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA. - ISSN 0037-1106. - ELETTRONICO. - 112:(2022), pp. 2642-2652. [10.1785/0120220034]

A Machine-Learning Approach for the Reconstruction of Ground-Shaking Fields in Real Time

Pazzi V.;
2022

Abstract

Real-time seismic monitoring is of primary importance for rapid and targeted emergency operations after potentially destructive earthquakes. A key aspect in determining the impact of an earthquake is the reconstruction of the ground-shaking field, usually expressed as the ground-motion parameter. Traditional algorithms compute the ground-shaking field from the punctual data at the stations relying on ground-motion prediction equations computed on estimates of the earthquake location and magnitude when the instrumental data are missing. The results of such algorithms are then subordinate to the evaluation of location and magnitude, which can take several minutes. To fill the temporal gap between the arrival of the data and the estimate of these parameters, a new data-driven algorithm that exploits the information from the station data only is introduced.
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