Methods and Applications of Signal Processing in Seismic Network Operations

Methods and applications of signal processing in seismic network operations are described by the specialists in the fields of signal processing problems in seismology, in particular in the the current seismological networks world. This book addresses successful applications of signal processing in t...

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Bibliographic Details
Main Authors: Takanami, Tetsuo, Kitagawa, Genshiro (Author)
Format: eBook
Published: Berlin, Heidelberg Springer Berlin Heidelberg 2003, 2003
Edition:1st ed. 2003
Series:Lecture Notes in Earth Sciences
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Collection: Springer Book Archives -2004 - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Table of Contents:
  • Extraction of small seismic signal by state space modeling
  • Multivariate time series model to estimate arrival times of S waves
  • Automatic interpretation of regional short period seismic signals using CUSUM-SA algorithms
  • Application of Autoregressive processing to the analysis of seismograms
  • Hi-net: High sensitivity seismograph network, Japan
  • A PC-based computer package for automatic detection and location of earthquakes: Application to a seismic network in eastern sicity (Italy)
  • The SIL seismological data acquisition system —As operated in Iceland and in Sweden—
  • Microearthquake analysis at local seismic networks in Iceland and Sweden and earthquake precursors
  • Single station real-time P and S phase pickers for seismic observatories
  • Recognizing explosion sites using self-organizing properties of their temporal and spatial shooting practice
  • Automatic hypocenter location at times of extremely high seismic activity
  • Application of pattern recognition to seismic event discrimination
  • Extraction of hydrological anomalies related to earthquakes
  • On the realtime monitoring of the long-period seismic wavefield