Modelling critical and catastrophic phenomena in geoscience : a statistical physics approach / [edited by] Pratip Bhattacharyya, Bikas K. Chakrabarti.

Contributor(s): Bhattacharyya, Pratip | Chakrabarti, B. K. (Bikas K.), 1952-
Material type: TextTextSeries: Lecture notes in physics: 705.Publisher: Berlin ; New York : Springer, ©2006Description: 1 online resource (xxi, 525 pages) : illustrations (some color)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783540353751; 3540353755; 9783540353737; 3540353739; 661062741X; 9786610627417Subject(s): Earthquakes -- Mathematical models -- Congresses | Seismology -- Statistical methods -- Congresses | Sismologie -- Méthodes statistiques -- Congrès | Tremblements de terre -- Modèles mathématiques -- Congrès | NATURE -- Earthquakes & Volcanoes | SCIENCE -- Earth Sciences -- Seismology & Volcanism | Seismology -- Statistical methods | Earthquakes -- Mathematical models | Physique | Earthquakes -- Mathematical models | Seismology -- Statistical methods | Physics approachesGenre/Form: Electronic books. | Conference papers and proceedings. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Modelling critical and catastrophic phenomena in geoscience.DDC classification: 551.22 LOC classification: QE541 | .M63 2006ebOther classification: P315. 75-532 Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Statistical physics of fracture and earthquake / B.K. Chakrabarti -- Rupture processes in fibre bundle models / P.C. Hemmer, A. Hansen, S. Pradhan -- Extensions of fibre bundle models / F. Kun [and others] -- Survey of scaling surfaces / A. Hansen, J. Mathiesen -- Some early earthquake source models / R. Burridge -- Geometric models of earthquakes / P. Bhattacharyya -- Friction, stick-slip motion and earthquake / H. Matsukawa, T. Saito -- Statistical features of earthquake temporal occurrence / Á. Corral -- Spatiotemporal correlations of earthquakes / H. Kawamura -- Space-time combined correlation between earthquakes and a new, self-consistent definition of aftershocks / V. De Rubeis [and others] -- Short-term prediction of medium- and large-size earthquakes based on Markov and extended self-similarity analysis of seismic data / M.R.R. Tabar and others] -- Why does theoretical physics fail to explain and predict earthquake occurrence? / Y.Y. Kagan -- Aeolian transport and dune formation / H.J. Herrmann -- Avalanches and ripples in sandpiles / A. Mehta -- Dynamics of stick-slip : some universal and not so universal features / G. Ananthakrishna, R. De -- Search for precursors in some models of catastrophic failures / S. Pradhan, B.K. Chakrabarti -- Nonlinear analysis of radon time series related to earthquake / N.K. Das [and others] -- A thermomechanical model of earthquakes / B. Bal, K. Ghosh -- Fractal dimension of the 2001 El Salvador earthquake time series / Md. Nurujjaman, R. Narayanan, A.N.S. Iyengar -- Approach in time to breakdown in the RRTN model / A.K. Sen, S. Mozumdar -- Critical behaviour of mixed fibres with uniform distribution / U. Divakaran, A. Dutta.
Summary: This book presents a broad survey of models for critical and catastrophic phenomena in the geosciences, with strong emphasis on earthquakes. It assumes the perspective of statistical physics, which provides the theoretical frame for dealing with complex systems in general. This volume addresses graduate students wishing to specialize in the field and researchers working or interested in the field having a background in the physics, geosciences or applied mathematics.
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Statistical physics of fracture and earthquake / B.K. Chakrabarti -- Rupture processes in fibre bundle models / P.C. Hemmer, A. Hansen, S. Pradhan -- Extensions of fibre bundle models / F. Kun [and others] -- Survey of scaling surfaces / A. Hansen, J. Mathiesen -- Some early earthquake source models / R. Burridge -- Geometric models of earthquakes / P. Bhattacharyya -- Friction, stick-slip motion and earthquake / H. Matsukawa, T. Saito -- Statistical features of earthquake temporal occurrence / Á. Corral -- Spatiotemporal correlations of earthquakes / H. Kawamura -- Space-time combined correlation between earthquakes and a new, self-consistent definition of aftershocks / V. De Rubeis [and others] -- Short-term prediction of medium- and large-size earthquakes based on Markov and extended self-similarity analysis of seismic data / M.R.R. Tabar and others] -- Why does theoretical physics fail to explain and predict earthquake occurrence? / Y.Y. Kagan -- Aeolian transport and dune formation / H.J. Herrmann -- Avalanches and ripples in sandpiles / A. Mehta -- Dynamics of stick-slip : some universal and not so universal features / G. Ananthakrishna, R. De -- Search for precursors in some models of catastrophic failures / S. Pradhan, B.K. Chakrabarti -- Nonlinear analysis of radon time series related to earthquake / N.K. Das [and others] -- A thermomechanical model of earthquakes / B. Bal, K. Ghosh -- Fractal dimension of the 2001 El Salvador earthquake time series / Md. Nurujjaman, R. Narayanan, A.N.S. Iyengar -- Approach in time to breakdown in the RRTN model / A.K. Sen, S. Mozumdar -- Critical behaviour of mixed fibres with uniform distribution / U. Divakaran, A. Dutta.

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This book presents a broad survey of models for critical and catastrophic phenomena in the geosciences, with strong emphasis on earthquakes. It assumes the perspective of statistical physics, which provides the theoretical frame for dealing with complex systems in general. This volume addresses graduate students wishing to specialize in the field and researchers working or interested in the field having a background in the physics, geosciences or applied mathematics.

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