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Seismic Instruments

, Volume 53, Issue 1, pp 87–101 | Cite as

Use of artificial neural networks for classification of noisy seismic signals

  • K. V. KislovEmail author
  • V. V. Gravirov
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Abstract

Automatic identification of noisy seismic events is still a problem. The process involves the analysis of complex relationships between data from different sources. Moreover, there are disturbing factors such as poor signal-to-noise ratio, the presence of accidental bursts of man-made noise, and changes in the amplitude and phase of the waves as they travel through the medium. The amount of observed data increases rapidly, so it is imperative to develop suitable and effective methods for processing and analyzing the influx of big data. Artificial neural networks (ANNs) show promise as a disruptive technology that will accelerate and improve analysis of seismic signals. ANNs are easy to apply, and the results often outperform alternative methods. This paper gives an overview of the highs and lows of neural networks, discusses the possibility of routine processing of seismic signals using ANNs, and presents examples of some interesting applications. It is hoped that researchers who read the article will actively use this technique, because ANNs could become more robust and flexible for solving complex problems that currently cannot be solved by the standard approach.

Keywords

artificial neural networks classification routine detection of seismic signal 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Institute of Earthquake Prediction Theory and Mathematical GeophysicsRussian Academy of ScienceMoscowRussia

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