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Authors: Mele, F.*
Bono, A.*
Lauciani, V.*
Mandiello, A.*
Marcocci, C.*
Pintore, S.*
Quintiliani, M.*
Scognamiglio, L.*
Mazza, S.*
Title: Tuning an Earthworm phase picker: some considerations on the pick_ew parameters
Issue Date: Oct-2010
URL: http://portale.ingv.it/produzione-scientifica/rapporti-tecnici-ingv/copy_of_numeri-pubblicati-2010/2010-10-20.2780014972
Series/Report no.: Rapporti Tecnici INGV
164
Keywords: seismic signal recocnition
seismic phase picker
Earthworm
Abstract: Although the Earthworm project started with the initial mission of replacing the old real time picker by Rex Allen, as developed by Jim Ellis [Allen, 1978; Allen, 1982; USGS et al., 2010], that picker is still in use in many networks. The name of the procedure that implements the Allen’s algorithm is pick_ew. Despite its long-lived use, configuring this picker still seems not so immediate and easy. We discuss here a few simple rules to define some of the numerous (18) parameters of pick_ew, interpreting their physical meaning.
Appears in Collections:04.06.06. Surveys, measurements, and monitoring
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