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! Abstract—Key questions that scientists and engineers typically want to address can be formulated in terms of predictive science. Questions such as: " How well does my computational model represent reality? " , " What are the most important parameters in the problem? " , and " What is the best next experiment to perform? " are fundamental in solving(More)
The article describes the design of the Community Seismic Network, which is a dense open seismic network based on low cost sensors. The inputs are from sensors hosted by volunteers from the community by direct connection to their personal computers, or through sensors built into mobile devices. The server is cloud-based for robustness and to dynamically(More)
A unified QCD formulation of leptoproduction of massive quarks in charged current and neutral current processes is described. This involves adopting consistent factor-ization and renormalization schemes which encompass both vector-boson-gluon-fusion (" flavor creation ") and vector-boson-massive-quark-scattering (" flavor excitation ") production(More)
Existing calculations of heavy quark production in charged-current and neutral current lepton-hadron scattering are formulated differently because of the artificial distinction of " light " and " heavy " quarks made in the traditional approach. A proper QCD formalism valid for a wide kinematic range from near threshold to energies much higher then the quark(More)
This electronic supplement is a collection of additional figures referenced in the main article. These figures were added to ensure the precision of the description of our methods. Figures Figure S1. Finite-fault kinematic P-wave inversion for the aftershock of 28 September 2013. Using the Kikuchi–Kanamori method, we performed a kinematic teleseismic(More)
Great earthquakes rarely occur within active accretionary prisms, despite the intense long-term deformation associated with the formation of these geologic structures. This paucity of earthquakes is often attributed to partitioning of deformation across multiple structures as well as aseismic deformation within and at the base of the prism (Davis et al.,(More)
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