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Systematic comparisons of earthquake source models determined using InSAR and seismic data
Abstract Robust earthquake source parameters (e.g., location, seismic moment, fault geometry) are essential for reliable seismic hazard assessment and the investigation of large-scale tectonics. TheyExpand
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Extensions to the support vector method
The Support Vector Machine (SVM) is a new technique for solving various function estimation problems. We refer to function estimation as learning, and a technique for estimating the unknown functionExpand
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Global compilation of interferometric synthetic aperture radar earthquake source models: 1. Comparisons with seismic catalogs
[1] While many earthquakes have now been studied using interferometric synthetic aperture radar (InSAR) data, a full assessment of the quality and additional value of InSAR source parameters comparedExpand
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Prolonged breast-feeding and nonorganic failure to thrive.
Sir.—Failure to thrive is defined as failure of somatic growth with height and/or weight below the third percentile of standard growth charts, weight for height below the fifth percentile, orExpand
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Global compilation of interferometric synthetic aperture radar earthquake source models: 2. Effects of 3-D Earth structure
We carry out long-period surface wave centroid moment tensor (CMT) inversions using various global tomographic models and two different forward modeling techniques for 32 large earthquakes previouslyExpand
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Classical and quantum spreading of a charge pulse
With the technical progress of radio-frequency setups, high frequency quantum transport experiments have moved from theory to the lab. So far the standard theoretical approach used to treat suchExpand