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Krisiuk─Śnas, Pijus (author)
Due to the devastating consequences of earthquakes, predicting their occurrence before the first strike has been a long standing research topic. Deep learning models have been used to facilitate prediction, using seismograph data to attempt to classify an earthquake right before it happens. However, this is a difficult task and research needs to...
bachelor thesis 2022
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Zhu, Kevin (author)
Earthquake prediction is the field of seismology concerned with predicting the time, location, and magnitude of earthquakes within a small time frame, usually defined in terms of minutes or seconds before an event. Such predictions can have a large impact on minimizing the damage caused by these seismic events, by providing early warnings to the...
bachelor thesis 2022
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Charlot, Amaury (author)
Different methods have been studied to predict earthquakes, but the results are still far from optimal. Due to their seemingly dynamic and unpredictable nature, it has been very hard to find data correlating with earthquakes happening. But recently, various research has been done using neural networks, and some has suggested that it could...
bachelor thesis 2022
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Georgiev, Gancho (author)
Earthquakes are one of the most destructive natural phenomena, both in terms of human lives, and property damage. Although they are treated as a random phenomenon, the ability to predict them, even few seconds before they occur, could be of great benefit to society. Lots of research has been done on this topic but without any significant results...
bachelor thesis 2022
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Houbaer, Maikel (author)
Earthquakes can do great harm to the environment and people's daily lives. Being able to predict an earthquake moments before it happens could therefore reduce harm and save human lives. Traditional methods have not been successful yet, but with the rise of techniques focused on deep learning, there is a growing interest to apply them to the...
bachelor thesis 2022
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van den Akker, Daniel (author)
Multi-Layer Perceptron and Support Vector Machine have both been widely used in machine learning. In this research paper, these models have been applied to binary classification on an individual time series basis. The goal was to see whether they can predict earthquakes, using earthquakes measured at specific stations across New Zealand. As it...
bachelor thesis 2022
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Du, XIANGYU (author)
Earthquake prediction has raised many concerns nowadays, due to the massive loss caused by earthquakes, as well as the significance of accurate forecasting. Lots of trials have been investigated and experimented but few achieved satisfying results on short-term prediction (i.e., usually those earthquakes that will happen in three months). It is...
bachelor thesis 2022
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Hashmi, Irtaza (author)
Earthquakes are one of the most dangerous natural disasters that occur worldwide. Predicting them is one of the unsolved problems in the field of science. In the past decade, there has been an increase in seismic monitoring stations worldwide, which has allowed us to design and implement data-driven and deep learning solutions. In this paper, we...
bachelor thesis 2022
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Unger, R. (author)
The main objective of this thesis is to enhance earthquake prediction feasibility. We present the concept and the design layout of a novel seismic transmission system capable of continuously monitoring the Lithosphere for changes in Earth physics parameters governing seismic wave propagation. New-technology seismic vibrator sources (magnetic...
doctoral thesis 2002
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