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  List of Accepted Contributions - SM11 Earthquake Dynamics: New insights in the rupture process and seismic radiation through theory, modeling and observations

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Baruah, S; Hazarika, D; Kayal, J R; Gogoi, N K; Duarah, R; Bora, P K; Mukhopadhyay, S
Seismotectonics and the current state of stress in Chedrang valley and its vicinity - the rupture area of great Assam earthquake of June 12, 1897 (M=8.7) from waveform and stress tensor inversion

Song, S.; Pitarka, A.; Beroza, G.
Pseudo-dynamic modeling of large strike-slip earthquakes

Abe, S; Bean, C
DEM Simulation of dynamic Rupture Patterns on a rough Fault

Kettle, L.; Weatherley, D.; Gross, L.; Mühlhaus, H.-B.; Xing, H.; Mora, P.
Numerical modelling of earthquakes and fault systems using a dynamic elasto-plastic frictional contact model and the finite element method

Fukuyama, E.; Hashimoto, C.; Aoi, S.; Matsu'ura, M.
Integrated simulation of plate subduction, earthquake dynamic rupture and seismic wave propagation

Aochi, H.; Douglas, J.; Ide, S.
Heterogeneous dynamic rupture modeling for strong ground motion simulation

Lomax, A; Michelini, A; Piatanesi, A
Rapid, energy-duration estimates of seismic moment and implications for rupture scaling and dynamics

Di Carli, S.; Madariaga, R.; Holden, C.
Dynamic inversion of the 2000 Tottori earthquake based on elliptical subfault approximations

Francois-Holden, C.; Di Carli, S.; Madariaga, R.
Nonlinear kinematic inversion of the October 2000 Tottori, Japan earthquake

Francois-Holden, C.; Berrill, J.
Direct measurement of fault rupture from seismic dense arrays: application to the Alpine Fault, New Zealand

Piatanesi, A.; Cirella, A.; Tinti, E.; Cocco, M.
Using geophysical data inversion to constrain earthquake dynamics: supporting and conflicting evidence

Ripperger, J.; Mai, P. M.; Ampuero, J.-P.
Near-field strong ground motion from dynamic earthquake ruptures in heterogeneous stress fields

Horálek, J.; Hudová, Z.; Šílený, J.
The 2000-earthquake Swarm in the Western Part of the Bohemian Massif (Central Europe): Double Couple vs. Non-Double-couple Events

Hok, S.; Cotton, F.; Campillo, M.
Small-scale resistance heterogeneities influence on earthquake rupture dynamics

Fouskitakis, G; Makris, J; Vallianatos, F
Non-Stationary Functional Series TARMA Modeling of Strong Ground Motion: The Case of Kythira Island Mw 6.9 Earthquake in Greece

Durukal, E.; Sesetyan, K.; Madariaga, R.; Erdik, M.
3-D Modelling of wave propagation in the Marmara Sea region resulting from M7+ events

Sesetyan, K.; Durukal, E.; Madariaga, R.; Erdik, M.
3-D Modelling of Wave Propagation resulting from the 2004 Parkfield earthquake

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