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Published via the yankee Geophysical Union as a part of the Computational Seismology and Geodynamics Series.

The sequence Vychislitel'naya Seysmologiya (Computational Seismology) has been released via the Russian Academy of Sciences considering that 1966. This sequence is celebrated for its creation ofnew mathematical and computational instruments in seismology and the similar fields of stable earth sciences. The cutting edge theoretical versions and hugely effective algorithms for facts research which were defined during this sequence have stronger the chances ofgeophysical interpretation in a variety of difficulties, from sign processing to constitution and dynamics of the Earth, seismic danger, and earthquake prediction.

This is the second one quantity of Computational Seismology and Geodynamics, the yankee Geophysical Union's English translation of the sequence. the current quantity includes chosen papers from volumes 24 and 25 ofthe Russian model. the factors for choice have been according to new and strange functions of arithmetic and strategies which could make major contributions to the geophysical sciences.

Volume 1 (159 pp.) 1994 chosen articles from Volumes 22 & 23

quantity 2 (188 pp.) 1994 chosen articles from Volumes 24 & 25

quantity three (236 pp.) 1996 chosen articles from Volumes 26 & 27

quantity four (200 pp.) 1999 chosen articles from Volumes 28 & 29

quantity five (132 pp.) 2003 chosen articles from quantity 30

quantity 6 (102 pp.) 2004 chosen articles from quantity 31

quantity 7 (250 pp.) 2005 chosen articles from quantity 32

quantity eight (186 pp.) 2008 chosen articles from Volumes 33 & 34


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E. M. Blanter and M. G. Shnirman, International Institute of Earthquake Prediction Theory and Mathematical Geophysics, Russian Acad. , Warshavskoye sh. 79, kor. 2, Moscow 113556 Russia. Copyright American Geophysical Union (Received June 4, 1991) COMPUTATIONAL SEISMOLOGY AND GEODYNAMICS VOL.

7 Values of functions Sn Vmed Rz 1 Type A A A A A A A A A B A A and B stand for values typical of type A and B patterns, respectively. Copyright American Geophysical Union A A A B A B Voting Rmax Nfor A A B B A A A A B A A A n A : nB 7:1 7:1 5:2 5:3 8:O 5:2 VOROBYEVA AND LEVSHINA: PREDICTION BASED ON AFTERSHOCK SEQUENCE 33 Examination of this material shows that type A aftershock sequences are rather infrequent, only 16 (13%) in 125 aftershock sequences for nine regions, including California. The testing results given in Table 5 and Figure 7 can be judged satisfactory, since the number of errors does not exceed 15%.

4) Limits of the study area. 8 . 8 We start with integral features for the aftershocks to obtain a base for recognition. ftershock foci (Figure 5). Type A sequences are seen to have higher values of these features as compared with type B. In other words, the rate of aftershock occurrence is higher, if a second large quake is about t o occur. These features are not sufficient for solving the problem, because the observed scatter is much too large. Therefore we look for further features, and Fig.

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