A markov model for aftershock occurence
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A model for aftershocks is put forward in which it is supposed that successive aftershocks represent transitions of an energy system from one state to the next, the successive states being linked in a Markov chain. Expressions are derived for the aftershock frequency, the energy release, and the frequency-magnitude law.
KeywordsMarkov Chain Markov Model Energy Release Energy System Successive State
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