Bayesian Dynamic Finite‐Fault Inversion: 1. Method and Synthetic Test

@article{Gallovi2019BayesianDF,
  title={Bayesian Dynamic Finite‐Fault Inversion: 1. Method and Synthetic Test},
  author={Franti{\vs}ek Gallovi{\vc} and Ľubica Valentov{\'a} and Jean Paul Ampuero and Alice‐Agnes Gabriel},
  journal={Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth},
  year={2019},
  volume={124},
  pages={6949 - 6969}
}
Dynamic earthquake source inversions aim to determine the spatial distribution of initial stress and friction parameters leading to dynamic rupture models that reproduce observed ground motion data. Such inversions are challenging, particularly due to their high computational burden; thus, so far, only few attempts have been made. Using a highly efficient rupture simulation code, we introduce a novel method to generate a representative sample of acceptable dynamic models from which dynamic… 
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