Backend Framework and Software Approach to Compute Earthquake Parameters from Signals Recorded by Seismic Instrumentation System

Raman K. Attri
Southern Cross University (PhD)
Computation of seismic parameters and its interpretation from the recorded earthquake signal is empowered by digital data acquisition systems. This enables seismologist to automatically compute all the relevant parameters. Futuristic applications require extensive software development to implement seismic prediction and forecasting models. While developing such models, software developer prefer to write their own in-house analysis & modeling software with complete control over the required computations and models. This paper presents simplified mathematical framework of the seismic events and back-end computational software logic & algorithm to provide a simple framework to software engineers develop customized seismic analysis & computation software.
Keywords Earth quake signals  Seismic Instrumentation  Earthquake monitoring  Software approach to seismic measurements  seismic parameters
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