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Invited Workshop on
Archiving and Web Dissemination Of Geotechnical Data - 2004

Submitted Papers

Title Authors
Record Processing Methods and Procedures for the Mexican Strong-Motion Program

L. Alcantara
Effects of Strong Motion Processing Procedures on Time Histories, Elastic and Inelastic Spectra

P. Bazzurro et al.
The French Permanent Accelerometric Network: Technological and Parametrical Choices, Scientific Goals and Results

Berge-Thierry et al.
Results From Previous International Comparison Test Workshops on Strong-Motion Record Processing Methods

B. Bolt
Processing of European Strong-Motion Records at Imperial College London

J. Bommer
J. Douglas
Some Characteristics of Strong Motion Records on Structures that Exhibited Permanent Displacements

R. L. Boroschek
Automated Processing of Earthquake Swarm Records at Very Short Epicentral Distances

J. M. Cepeda
Strong Motion Record Processing For The PEER Center

B. Darragh
Strong-Motion Data Acquisition, Processing and Utilization In Turkey

M. Erdik
Strong-motion Observation Networks of NIED: K-NET and KiK-net

H. Fujiwara
Record Processing Considerations For The Effects of Tilting and Transients

V. M. Graizer
Processing Issues For Near Source Strong Motion Recordings

R. W. Graves
Strong Motion Data Processing In Taiwan and Its Engineering Application

C.-H. Loh
Recent Advances In Greece On Strong-Motion Networking and Data Processing

B. Margaris et al.
Acquisition and Processing of Analogue and Digital Accelerometric Records: ENEA Methodology and Experience From Italian Earthquakes

D. Rinaldis
Costa Rica: University of Costa Rica Accelerometer Network: Records and Applications

V. Schmidt
CSMIP Strong-Motion Data Processing

A. F. Shakal et al.
ANSS/NSMP Strong-Motion Record Processing and Procedures

C. D. Stephens
D. M. Boore

Strong Motion Data Processing and Recorfding at University of Southern California

M. I. Todorovska
V. W. Lee


Presentations

Title Authors
NGA - COSMOS Joint Working Group Preliminary Report on Evaluation of Data Procsessing For Elastic Response Spectra

Abrahamson
Record Processing Methods and Procedures for the Mexican Strong Motion Program

L. Alcantara
C. Perez
COSMOS Virtual Data Center - A Portal for Open Dissemination of World-Wide Strong Motion Data

R. Archuleta
Effects of Strong Motion Processing Procedures on Time Histories, Elastic and Inelastic Spectra

P.Bazzurro et al.
The French Permaqnent Accelerometric Network: Technological and Parametrical Choices - Scientific Goals and Results

C. Berge-Thierry et al.
Processing of European Strong-Motion Records at Imperial College London

J. J. Bommer
J. Douglas
Some chracteristics if Strong Motion Records on Structures That Exhibited Permanent Displacement

R. L. Boroschek
Automated Processing of Earthquake Swarm Records at Very Short Epicentral Distances

J. M. Cepeda
Strong-Motion Acquisition, Processing and Utilization in Turkey

M. Erdik et al.
Strong-motion Observation Networks of NIED: K-NET and KiK-net

H. Fujiwara et al.
Record Processing Considerations For The Effects of Tilting and Transients

V. M. Graizer
Record Processing Considerations for Analysis of Buildings

M. Huang
Building and Housing Research Center - Iran Strong Motion Network

Jafar
Strong Motion Data Processing in Taiwan and its Engineering Application

C.-H. Loh
Recent Advances In Greece On Strong-Motion Networking and Data Processing

B. Margaris et al.
Considerations For Future Seismic Systems

R. Nigbor
Record Processing for Analysis of Dams

D. O'Connell
Costa Rica: University of Costa Rica Accelerometer Network: Records and Applications

V. Schmidt
CSMIP Strong Motion Data Processing

A. Shakal et al.

ANSS/NSMP Strong-Motion Record Processing and Procedures

C. D. Stephens
D. M. Boore

Data Processing and Recording at University of Southern California

M. I. Todorovska
V. W. Lee

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