Improving Regional Earthquake Locations Using a Modified G Matrix and Fuzzy Logic

@inproceedings{Lin2001ImprovingRE,
  title={Improving Regional Earthquake Locations Using a Modified G Matrix and Fuzzy Logic},
  author={Kuo-wan Lin and Allan R. Sanford},
  year={2001}
}
A simple procedure is presented to resolve locations of regional earthquakes with poor quality of recorded phases and/or a very large gap in seismograph recording geometry. In solving earthquake locations, we use a modified G matrix containing S - P time intervals and P - P and S - S time differences between stations and a forward method. Unlike the regular G matrix, which consists of three spatial parameters ( x, y, z ) and one timing parameter ( t ), the modified G matrix contains only two… CONTINUE READING

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