Digitalizing Seismograms Using a Neighborhood Backtracking Method

Yaxin Bi, Shichen Feng, Guoze Zhao, Bing Han

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Abstract

In this paper, we present a new algorithm for tracing waves on seismograms and digitalising the waves into single vectors in the form of a time series data. The algorithm consists of two main components that will be used to handle the smooth and complicate cases, respectively. The underlying feature of the algorithm lies in a novel searching process based on examining the context of pixels to ascertain how the tracing moves forward. The algorithm has been evaluated on a limited number of samples and the result demonstrates its competence. The work presented can be regarded as an effort of developing a uniform earthquake archive covering both the historical and the digital device periods for future reassessment of the seismic hazard cross the world. The archive developed will serve as an effective means for discovering precursor of earthquakes by characterising the spectral seismograms and the source parameters of less active sources, whereby permitting comparative studies on earthquakes and development of prediction models.
LanguageEnglish
Title of host publicationUnknown Host Publication
Pages391-401
Number of pages11
Volume9983
Publication statusPublished - 5 Oct 2016
EventInternational Conference on Knowledge Science, Engineering and Management - Germany
Duration: 5 Oct 2016 → …

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ConferenceInternational Conference on Knowledge Science, Engineering and Management
Period5/10/16 → …

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seismogram
earthquake
source parameters
seismic hazard
comparative study
pixel
time series
method
prediction

Keywords

  • Analogous seismograms
  • digitalization of seismic wave
  • vectorization of analogous signal

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Bi, Y., Feng, S., Zhao, G., & Han, B. (2016). Digitalizing Seismograms Using a Neighborhood Backtracking Method. In Unknown Host Publication (Vol. 9983, pp. 391-401)
Bi, Yaxin ; Feng, Shichen ; Zhao, Guoze ; Han, Bing. / Digitalizing Seismograms Using a Neighborhood Backtracking Method. Unknown Host Publication. Vol. 9983 2016. pp. 391-401
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Bi, Y, Feng, S, Zhao, G & Han, B 2016, Digitalizing Seismograms Using a Neighborhood Backtracking Method. in Unknown Host Publication. vol. 9983, pp. 391-401, International Conference on Knowledge Science, Engineering and Management, 5/10/16.

Digitalizing Seismograms Using a Neighborhood Backtracking Method. / Bi, Yaxin; Feng, Shichen; Zhao, Guoze; Han, Bing.

Unknown Host Publication. Vol. 9983 2016. p. 391-401.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

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Bi Y, Feng S, Zhao G, Han B. Digitalizing Seismograms Using a Neighborhood Backtracking Method. In Unknown Host Publication. Vol. 9983. 2016. p. 391-401