Stochastic Declustering of Space-Time Earthquake Occurrences

@article{Zhuang2002StochasticDO,
  title={Stochastic Declustering of Space-Time Earthquake Occurrences},
  author={J. Zhuang and Y. Ogata and D. Vere-Jones},
  journal={Journal of the American Statistical Association},
  year={2002},
  volume={97},
  pages={369 - 380}
}
This article is concerned with objective estimation of the spatial intensity function of the background earthquake occurrences from an earthquake catalog that includes numerous clustered events in space and time, and also with an algorithm for producing declustered catalogs from the original catalog. A space-time branching process model (the ETAS model) is used for describing how each event generates offspring events. It is shown that the background intensity function can be evaluated if the… Expand
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