Multi-channel fusion for seismic event detection and classification

  title={Multi-channel fusion for seismic event detection and classification},
  author={Ofir Lindenbaum and Neta Rabin and Yuri Bregman and Amir Averbuch},
  journal={2016 IEEE International Conference on the Science of Electrical Engineering (ICSEE)},
Automatic detection and identification of seismic events is an important task that is carried out constantly for seismic monitoring. This monitoring process results in a seismic event bulletin that contains information about the detected events, their locations and, magnitudes and type (natural or man made event). Current automatic seismic bulletins comprise a large number of false alarms, which have to be manually corrected by and analysts. The progress in machine learning methods and the… CONTINUE READING

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