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Equibalancedistribution (Eqbl) in the analysis of earthquake data

Influence of the risk of low magnitudes on spontaneous violent earthquakes

Book

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xi
  2. Marcus Hellwig
    Pages 1-3
  3. Marcus Hellwig
    Pages 5-11
  4. Marcus Hellwig
    Pages 29-30
  5. Marcus Hellwig
    Pages 71-72
  6. Marcus Hellwig
    Pages 73-74
  7. Back Matter
    Pages 75-77

About this book

Introduction

The book describes the assessment of the risk and probability of occurrence of damage according to the Richter scale. It explains the connection of the probability theory of extreme processes with examples from the sciences of earthquake observation. In contrast to many views, the present analysis takes into account the complete population of all measurement data of the magnitudes from 0 to the measured maximum


Contents:

Entrance
Limits of symmetric variance 
Association with asymmetry and steepness (kurtosis)
Presentation of the logarithmic equal distribution, Eqbl
Properties of Eqb
Use of the Eqbl for the analysis of earthquakedata
Approximation to the location parameters modal, mean, median; Introduction of the sine derivative
Final Statement
Summary

Target Groups:

Engineers who are concerned with earthquake-resistant building concepts
Geological institutes dealing with earthquakes and their dynamic effects
Students of architecture, housing and urban planning


Author:

Marcus Hellwig currently works as QualityEngineer, He`s member of SCEC Community, Southern California Earthquake Center. Marcus does research in Statistics, Probability Theory and Telecommunications Engineering. His current project is 'New Probability Density Functions Equibalance Distributions Eqb & Eqbl' - also for the evaluation of i.a. Earthquake events.

Keywords

earthquake symmetric variance risk assessment magnitudes kurtosis logarithmic equilibrium distribution

Authors and affiliations

  1. 1.LautertalGermany

About the authors

Marcus Hellwig currently works as QualityEngineer, He`s member of SCEC Community, Southern California Earthquake Center. Marcus does research in Statistics, Probability Theory and Telecommunications Engineering. His current project is 'New Probability Density Functions Equibalance Distributions Eqb & Eqbl' - also for the evaluation of i.a. Earthquake events.

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