Fast Computing for LURR of Earthquake Prediction
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- Feng, Y., Chi, X., Wang, W. et al. Pure appl. geophys. (2008) 165: 749. doi:10.1007/s00024-008-0313-0
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The LURR theory is a new approach for earthquake prediction, which achieves good results in earthquake prediction within the China mainland and regions in America, Japan and Australia. However, the expansion of the prediction region leads to the refinement of its longitude and latitude, and the increase of the time period. This requires increasingly more computations, and the volume of data reaches the order of GB, which will be very difficult for a single CPU. In this paper, a new method was introduced to solve this problem. Adopting the technology of domain decomposition and parallelizing using MPI, we developed a new parallel tempo-spatial scanning program.