LURR's Twenty Years and its Perspective

@article{Yin2006LURRsTY,
  title={LURR's Twenty Years and its Perspective},
  author={X. Yin and Lang-Ping Zhang and Hui-Hui Zhang and C. Yin and Yucang Wang and Yongxiang Zhang and K. Peng and Haitao Wang and Zhiping Song and Huaizhong Yu and J. Zhuang},
  journal={pure and applied geophysics},
  year={2006},
  volume={163},
  pages={2317-2341}
}
Seismogenic process is a nonlinear and irreversible one, so that the response to loading of a seismogenic zone is different from the unloading one. This difference reflects quantitatively the process of an earthquake preparation. A physics-based new parameter-Load/Unload Response Ratio (LURR) was proposed to measure quantitatively the proximity to a strong earthquake and then used to be an earthquake predictor. In the present paper, a brief history of LURR is recalled; inspection of real… Expand
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TLDR
The discovery of peak point for LURR and the relationship between T2 and magnitude M is of great significance as the peak point is usually easy to determine and then the occurrence time for the coming event can be predicted according to Equation (3) so that the precision of time for earthquake prediction is enhanced. Expand
The peak point of LURR and its significance
TLDR
The discovery of peak point for LURR and the relationship between T2 and magnitude M is of great significance as the peak point is usually easy to determine and then the occurrence time for the coming event can be predicted according to Equation (3) so that the precision of time for earthquake prediction is enhanced. Expand
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