Uncertainties in Seismic Hazard Analysis, High-Dimensional Visualization and Information Theory

Abstract

Seismic hazard analysis, in particular in regions of low to moderate seismicity, is known to be subject to large amounts of uncertainties. According to their nature and origin, these can be classifi ed as either aleatory (describing intrinsic variabilities of processes) or epistemic (related to the lack of knowledge). Truely aleatory uncertainties are… (More)

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