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Waveform inversion for the source characteristics of earthquakes
AuthorHorton, Stephen P.
Geological Sciences and Engineering
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A time deconvolution technique is used to obtain a source time function, a frequency domain inversion is used to infer the character of a rupture, and the resolution of finite fault models were evaluated during this study.
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