References

The follwing publications are considered in SIGMA and cited within this documentation.

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GDS. gempa module. URL: https://docs.gempa.de/gds/current/index.html.

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GUI. SeisComP features: graphical user interfaces. URL: https://docs.gempa.de/seiscomp/current/apps/global_gui.html.

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Hann window. Wikipdia. URL: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hann_function.

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OpenQuake hazard library. hazardlib documentation. URL: https://docs.openquake.org/oq-hazardlib/0.12/gsim/index.html.

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OpenQuake source code. GitHub. URL: https://github.com/gem/oq-engine.

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OpenQuake. Global Earthquake Model Foundation. URL: https://www.globalquakemodel.org/.

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Vs30. USGS. URL: https://earthquake.usgs.gov/data/vs30.

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mapmultigrid. gempa map plugin. URL: https://docs.gempa.de/plugins/current/base/global_multigrid.html.

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scconfig. SeisComP module. URL: https://docs.gempa.de/seiscomp/current/apps/scconfig.html.

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scqc. SeisComP module. URL: https://docs.gempa.de/seiscomp/current/apps/scqc.html.

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S. Akkar and J.J. Bommer. Empirical equations for the prediction of pga, pgv, and spectral accelerations in europe, the mediterranean region, and the middle east. Seismol. Res. Lett., 122:195–2068, 2010. URL:, doi:10.1785/gssrl.81.2.195.

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S. Akkar, M.A. Sandikkaya, and J.J. Bommer. Empirical ground-motion models for point- and extended- source crustal earthquake scenarios in europe and the middle east. Bull. Earthquake Eng., 12:359 – 387, 2014. doi:.

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J.J. Bommer, S. Akkar, and S. Drouet. Extending ground-motion prediction equations for spectral accelerations to higher response frequencies. Bull. Earthquake Eng., 10:379 – 399, 2012. doi:10.1007/s10518-011-9304-0.

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A. Caruso, S. Colombelli, L. Elia, M. Picozzi, and A. Zollo. An on-site alert level early warning system for Italy. J. Geophys. Res. Solid Earth, 122:2106–2118, 2017. URL:, doi:10.1002/2016JB013403.

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C. Cauzzi, E. Faccioli, M. Vanini, and A. Bianchini. Updated predictive equations for broadband (0.01–10 s) horizontal response spectra and peak ground motions, based on a global dataset of digital acceleration records. Bull. Earthquake Eng., 13:1587–1612, 2015. doi:10.1007/s10518-014-9685-y.

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B. Dost, T. van Eck, and H. Haak. Scaling of peak ground acceleration and peak ground velocity recorded in the Netherlands. Bull. Earthquake Eng., 45:153 – 168, 2004. doi:.

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M. Kowsari, T. Sonnemann, B. Halldorsson, B. Hrafnkelsson, J. Snæbjornsson, and S. Jonsson. Bayesian inference of empirical ground motion models to pseudo-spectral accelerations of south iceland seismic zone earthquakes based on informative priors. Solid Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering, 13:, 2020. URL:, doi:10.1016/j.soildyn.2020.106075.

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G.G. Pétursson and K.S. Vogfjörð. Attenuation relations for near- and far-field peak ground motion (pgv, pga) and new magnitude estimates for large earthquakes in sw-iceland. :, 2010. URL: https://www.vedur.is/media/vedurstofan/utgafa/skyrslur/2009/VI_2009_012.pdf, doi:.