Convolutional neural network for earthquake detection and location

@article{Perol2017ConvolutionalNN,
  title={Convolutional neural network for earthquake detection and location},
  author={Thibaut Perol and Micha{\"e}l Gharbi and Marine A. Denolle},
  journal={Science Advances},
  year={2017},
  volume={4}
}
ConvNetQuake is the first neural network for detection and location of earthquakes from seismograms. The recent evolution of induced seismicity in Central United States calls for exhaustive catalogs to improve seismic hazard assessment. Over the last decades, the volume of seismic data has increased exponentially, creating a need for efficient algorithms to reliably detect and locate earthquakes. Today’s most elaborate methods scan through the plethora of continuous seismic records, searching… 

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