A new approach to monitoring seismic activity: California case study
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Preliminary work on the creation of a method for monitoring of seismic activity, on the basis of discrete mathematical analysis for further seismic hazard assessment of a territory, is presented. The method developed is tested for the territory of California and adjacent areas of the United States. The results obtained are analyzed for the period of 1980–2015. The nonrandomness of the results is shown by means of an error chart.
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