The chapter illustrates the capabilities of the OPENSIGNAL computer-based platform environment (Cimellaro GP, Marasco S, Frontiers in Built Environment 1:17, 2015) for processing and selecting the seismic input to be used in the seismic analyses. All the features and the software components are explained in detail and an illustrative application is reported.
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