Prof. Dr. Frank Scherbaum

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Universität Potsdam,
Institut für Erd- und Umweltwissenschaften

Prof. Dr. Frank Scherbaum
Haus 27, Raum 1.37

Karl-Liebknecht-Str. 24-25
14476 Potsdam-Golm
E-Mail:
fs@geo.uni-potsdam.de
Telefon:
+49 331 977 5814
Fax:
+49 331 977 5700
Prof. Dr. Frank Scherbaum

 

  • Forschung
  • Lehre
  • Publikationen

Forschung

Seismische Gefährdungsanalysen 

  • Regionen niedriger seismischer Aktivität
  • Datengetriebene Modellselektion
  • Unsicherheitsanalysen
  • Anwendung von Methoden des maschinellen Lernens

Computerbasierte Musikethnologie (Schwerpunkt georgische Vokalmusik)

  • Entwicklung körperschallbasierter Aufzeichnungs- und Analyseverfahren für mehrstimmige Vokalmusik
  • Entwicklung und Anwendung von Methoden des maschinellen Lernens auf die harmonische Analyse und Visualisierung mehrstimmiger Vokalmusik

Lehre

Digitalseismologie

Seismische Gefährdungsanalyse

Geohazards

Quantitative Grundlagen der Analyse von Naturgefahren

Publikationen

2016:

Bora, S. S., et al. (2016). On the Relationship between Fourier and Response Spectra: Implications for the Adjustment of Empirical Ground-Motion Prediction Equations (GMPEs). Bull. Seismol. Soc. Am.  106(3): 1235-1253.

Kane, F., & Scherbaum, F. (2016). Using body vibrations for teaching, visualization and analysis of traditional Georgian singing. 8th International Symposium on Traditional Polyphony, 26–30 Sept, 11 pp.

Kuehn, N. M. and F. Scherbaum (2016). A Partially Non-Ergodic Ground-Motion Prediction Equation for Europe and the Middle East." Bulletin of  Earthquake Engineering 14 (10), 2629-2642.

Molkenthin, C., et al. (2016). "Derivative-based global sensitivity analysis: Upper bounding of sensitivities in seismic hazard assessment using automatic differentiation." Bull. Seismol. Soc. Am. submitted.

Scherbaum, F. (2016). On the benefit of larynx-microphone field recordings for the documentation and analysis of polyphonic vocal music. Proc. of the 6th International Workshop Folk Music Analysis,15 - 17 June, Dublin/Ireland, 80–87.

Scherbaum, F., Arom, S., & Kane, F. (2016). A graph-theoretical approach to the harmonic analysis of Georgian vocal polyphonic music. Proc. of the 6th International Workshop Folk Music Analysis,15 - 17 June, Dublin/Ireland, 59–60.

Scherbaum, F., Arom, S., & Kane, F. (2016). Graphical comparative analysis of the harmonic structure of the Vl. Akhobadze corpus of Svan songs. 8th International Symposium on Traditional Polyphony, 26–30 Sept, 18 pp.



2015:

Bommer, J. J., et al. (2015).  A SSHAC Level 3 Probabilistic Seismic Hazard Analysis for a New-Build Nuclear Site in South Africa. Earthquake Spectra 31(2): 661-698. Kuehn, N. M. and F. Scherbaum (2015). Ground-motion prediction model building: a multilevel approach. Bulletin of  Earthquake Engineering 13 (9), 2481-2491.

Molkenthin, C., et al. (2015).  Sensitivity of probabilistic seismic hazard obtained by algorithmic differentiation: A feasibility study." Bull. Seismol. Soc. Am. 105(3): 1810-1822.

Scherbaum, F., Arom, S., & Kane, F. (2015). On the feasibility of Markov Model based analysis of Georgian vocal polyphonic music. In Proceedings of the 5th International Workshop on Folk Music Analysis, June 10-12, 2015, University Pierre and Marie Curie, Paris, France (pp. 94–98).

Scherbaum, F., Loos, W., Kane, F., & Vollmer, D. (2015). Body vibrations as source of information for the analysis of polyphonic vocal music. In Proceedings of the 5th International Workshop on Folk Music Analysis, June 10-12, 2015, University Pierre and Marie Curie, Paris, France (Vol. 5, pp. 89–93).

 

2014:

Bommer, J. J., K. J. Coppersmith, R. T. Coppersmith, K. L. Hanson, A. Mangongolo, J. Neveling, E. M. Rathje, A. Rodriguez-Marek, F. Scherbaum, R. Shelembe, P. J. Stafford, and F. O. Strasser (2014). A SSHAC Level 3 Probabilistic Seismic Hazard Analysis for a New-Build Nuclear Site in South Africa, Earthquake Spectra in press, doi:10.1785/0120130196.

Bora, S. S., F. Scherbaum, N. Kuehn, and P. J. Stafford (2014). Fourier Spectral- and Duration Models for the Generation of Response Spectra Adjustable to Different Source-, Propagation-, and Site Conditions, Bulletin of Earthquake Engineering, 12, 467-493.

Douglas , J., S. Akkar, G. Ameri, P. Y. Bard, D. Bindi, J. J. Bommer, S. S. Bora, F. Cotton, B. Derras, M. Hermkes, N. M. Kuehn, L. Luzi, M. Massa, F. Pacor, C. Riggelsen, M. A. Sandıkkaya, F. Scherbaum, P. J. Stafford, and P. Traversa (2014). Comparisons among the five ground-motion models developed using RESORCE for the prediction of response spectral accelerations due to earthquakes in Europe and the Middle East, Bulletin of Earthquake Engineering, 12, 341-358.

Gianniotis, N., F. Scherbaum, and N. Kuehn (2014). Manifold Aligned GMPEs for Regional Ground Motion Prediction, Computers & Geosciences, in press, DOI: 10.1016/j.cageo.2014.04.014.

Haendel, A., S. Specht, N. M. Kuehn, and F. Scherbaum (2014). Mixtures of ground-motion prediction equations as backbone models for a logic tree: An application to the subduction zone in Northern Chile, Bulletin of Earthquake Engineering, in press, DOI 10.1007/s10518-014-9636-7.

Krüger, F., and F. Scherbaum (2014). The September 29, 1969, Ceres, South Africa, Earthquake: Full waveform moment tensor inversion for point source and kinematic source parameters, Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 104.

Molkenthin, C., F. Scherbaum, A. Griewank, N. Kuehn, and P. J. Stafford (2014). A study of the sensitivity of response spectral amplitudes on seismological parameters using algorithmic differentiation, Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 104, 2240-2252.

Rodriguez-Marek, A., E. M. Rathje, P. J. Stafford, F. Scherbaum, and J. J. Bommer (2014). Application of Site Response Analyses and Single Station Sigma in the Seismic  Hazard Analysis of the Thyspunt Nuclear Site in South Atrica, Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, doi:10.1785/0120130196.

Schröter, K., H. Kreibich, K. Vogel, C. Riggelsen, F. Scherbaum, and B. Merz (2014). How useful are complex flood damage models?, Water Resources Research, 50, 4, 3378- 3395.

Vogel, K., C. Riggelsen, O. Korup, and F. Scherbaum (2014). The Application of Bayesian Networks in Natural Hazard Analyses, Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences 14 2605-2626.

 

2013:

John Douglas , Sinan Akkar , Gabriele Ameri , Pierre-Yves Bard , Dino Bindi , Julian J. Bommer, Sanjay Singh Bora, Fabrice Cotton, Boumédiène Derras, Marcel Hermkes, Nicolas Martin Kuehn, Lucia Luzi , Marco Massa, Francesca Pacor, Carsten Riggelsen, M. Abdullah Sandıkkaya, Frank Scherbaum, Peter J. Stafford, Paola Traversa, 2013. Comparisons among the five ground-motion models developed using RESORCE for the prediction of response spectral accelerations due to earthquakes in Europe and the Middle East, Bulletin of Earthquake Engineering, published online, DOI: 10.1007/s10518-013-9522-8.


Hinzen, Klaus-G., Sharon K. Reamer, and Frank Scherbaum, 2013. Slow Fourier Transform, Seismological Research Letters, 84(2), 251-257 


Bora, S. S., F. Scherbaum, N. Kuehn, and P. J. Stafford, 2013. Fourier Spectral- and Duration Models for the Generation of Response Spectra Adjustable to Different Source-, Propagation-, and Site Conditions, Bulletin of Earthquake Engineering, published online, DOI: 10.1007/s10518-013-9482-z.


Vogel, K., Riggelsen, C., Schröter, K, Kreibich, H., Scherbaum, F., Merz, B., 2013. Challenges for Bayesian Network Learning in a Flood Damage Assesment Application. International Conference on Structural Safety & Reliability, ICOSSAR'13, New York.


Runge, A., Scherbaum, F., Curtis, A., Riggelsen, C., 2013. An Interactive Tool for the Elicitation of Subjective Probabilities in Probabilistic Seismic Hazard Analysis, Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 103(5), 2862-2874.

2012:
Gianniotis, N., Riggelsen, C., Kühn, N., and F. Scherbaum, 2012. Autoencoding Ground Motion Data for Visualisation. 22nd International Conference on Artificial Neural Networks, ICANN'12, ISBN 978-3-642-33265-4, pp. 395-402.

Vogel, K., Riggelsen, C., Merz, B., Kreibich, H., and F. Scherbaum, 2012. Flood Damage and Influencing Factors: A Bayesian Network Perspective. Conf. on Probabilistic Graphical Models, Granada, Spain, PGM'12, ISBN: 978-84-15536-57-4, pp. 347-354.

Delavaud, E., F. Cotton, C. Beauval, S. Akkar, F. Scherbaum, and Laurentiu Danciu. (2012). Toward a ground-motion logic tree for probabilistic seismic hazard assessment in Europe within the SHARE project, 15 World Conference of Earthquake Engineering, Lisbon, Extended Abstract.


Beauval, C., F. Cotton, N. Abrahamson, N. Theodulidis, E. Delavaud, L. Rodriguuez, F. Scherbaum, and A. Haendel, 2012. Regional differences in subduction ground motions, 15 World Conference of Earthquake Engineering, Lisbon, Extended Abstract.


Vogel, K., Riggelsen, C., Kühn, N., Scherbaum, F., 2012. Graphical Models as Surrogates for Complex Ground Motion Models. 11th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Soft Computing, ICAISC'12, ISBN 978-3-642-29346-7, pp. 188-195.


Blaser, L., Ohrnberger, M., Krüger, F., and F. Scherbaum, 2012. Probabilistic tsunami threat assessment of 10 recent earthquakes offshore Sumatra, Geophysical Journal International, 188(3), 1273--1284; DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-246X.2011.05324.x


Delavaud, E., Cotton, F., Akkar, S., Scherbaum, F., Laurentiu Danciu, C., Beauval, S., Douglas, A., Basili, R., Sandikkaya, S., Segou, M., Faccioli, E., and N. Theodulidis (2012). Toward a Ground-Motion Logic Tree for Probabilistic Assessment in Europe, Journal of Seismology, DOI: 10.1007/s10950-012-9281-z.


Delavaud, E., F. Scherbaum, N Kühn, and T. I. Allen (2012). Testing the Global Applicability of Ground Motion Prediction Equations for Active Shallow Crustal Regions, Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 102(2), 707-721DOI: 10.1785/0120110113.


Hiemer, S., D. Rössler, and F. Scherbaum (2012). Monitoring the West Bohemian Earthquake Swarm in 2008/2009 by a Temporary Small-Aperture Seismic Array, Journal of Seismology, , DOI: 10.1007/s10950-011-9256-5.

2011:


Hiemer, S., Scherbaum, F., Rößler, D., and Kühn, N., 2011, Determination of t0 and rock site tau from records of the 2008/2009 earthquake swarm in West Bohemia, Seism. Res. Lett., 82(3), 385-391, DOI: 10.1785/gssrl.82.3.387


Riggelsen, C., N. Gianniotis, and F. Scherbaum. (2011). Learning Aggregations of Ground Motion Models From Data, ICASP11. Zürich.


Kühn, N. M., C. Riggelsen, and F. Scherbaum. (2011). On the Use of Bayesian Networks for Probabilistic Seismic Hazard Analysis, ICASP11. Zürich.


Scherbaum, F., N. M. Kühn, M. Ohrnberger, C. Riggelsen, and N. Gianniotis. (2011). Quantification of Epistemic Uncertainties in Probabilistic Seismic Hazard Analysis, ICASP11. Zürich.


Schmelzbach, C., F. Scherbaum, J. Tronicke, and P. Dietrich (2011). Bayesian frequency-domain blind deconvolution of ground-penetrating radar data, Journal of Applied Geophysics , DOI: 10.1016/j.jappgeo.2011.08.010.


Scherbaum, F. , and N. M. Kühn (2011). Logic tree branch weights and probabilities: Summing up to one is not enough, Earthquake Spectra, 27, pp. 1237-1251, DOI: 10.1193/1.3652744 .


Blaser, L., Ohrnberger, M., Riggelsen, C., Babeyko, A. and Scherbaum, F., 2011, Bayesian Networks for Tsunami Early Warning, Geophysical Journal International, 185(3), 1431-1443, DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-246X.2011.05020.x

N.M. Kuehn, C. Riggelsen, and F. Scherbaum, 2011. Modeling the Joint Probability of Earthquake, Site, and Ground-Motion Parameters Using Bayesian Networks, Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 101(1), 235-249; DOI: 10.1785/0120100080

2010:

Alatik, L., N. Abrahamson, F. Cotton, F. Scherbaum, J. J. Bommer, and N. M. Kuehn (2010). The Variability of Ground-Motion Prediction Models and its Components, Seismological Research Letters, 81(5), 794-801.

Blaser, Lilian, Frank Kruger, Matthias Ohrnberger, and Frank Scherbaum (2010). Scaling Relations of Earthquake Source Parameter Estimates with Special Focus on Subduction Environment, Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 100(6), 2914-2926.

Bommer, J. J., J. Douglas, F. Scherbaum, F. Cotton, H. Bungum, and D. Fäh (2010). On the Selection of Ground-Motion Prediction Equations for Seismic Hazard Analysis, Seismological Research Letters, 81(5), 783-793.

Dahm, T., D. Kühn, M. Ohrnberger, J. Kröger, H. Wiederhold, C.-D. Reuther, A. Dehghani, and F. Scherbaum (2010). Combining geophysical datasets to study the dynamics of shallow evaporites in urban environments: application to Hamburg, Germany, Geophysical Journal International, 181, 154–172.

Koehler, A., M. Ohrnberger, and F. Scherbaum (2010). Unsupervised pattern recognition in continuous seismic wavefield records using self-organizing maps, Geophys. J. Int., 182, 1619-1630.

Kuehn, N. M. , and F. Scherbaum (2010). A Naive Bayes Classifier for Intensities Using Peak Ground Velocity and Acceleration, Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 100(6), 3278-3283.

Malischewsky, P. G.., Y. Zaslavsky, M. Gorstein, V.  Pinsky, T.T. Tuan, F. Scherbaum, and F. Flores-Estrella (2010). Some new theoretical considerations about the ellipticity of Rayleigh waves in the light of site-effect studies in Israel and Mexico, Geofisica Internaciaonal, 49(3), 141-152.

Scherbaum, F., N. Kuehn, M. Ohrnberger, and A. Koehler (2010). Exploring the Proximity of Ground-Motion Models Using High-Dimensional Visualization Techniques, Earthquake Spectra 26(4), 1117-1138.

Schmelzbach, C., F. Scherbaum, J. Tronicke, and P. Dietrich. (2010). Mixed-phase deconvolution of ground-penetrating radar data, Near Surface 2010 – 16th European Meeting of Environmental and Engineering Geophysics. Zurich, Switzerland.

Tuan, T., F. Scherbaum, and P. G. Malischewsky (2010). On the relationship of peaks and troughs of the ellipticity (H/V) of Rayleigh waves and the transmission response of single layer over half-space models, Geophysical Journal International, 184(2), 793-800.

2009 and earlier:

Weber, M., K. Abu-Ayyash, A. Abueladas, A. Agnon, Z. Alasonati-Tasarova, H. Al-Zubi, A. Babeyko, Y. Bartov, K. Bauer, M. Becken, P. A. Bedrosian, Z. Ben-Avraham, G. Bock, M. Bohnhoff, J. Bribach, P. Dulski, J. Ebbing, R. El-Kelani, A. Forster, H. J. Forster, U. Frieslander, Z. Garfunkel, H. J. Goetze, V. Haak, C. Haberland, M. Hassouneh, S. Helwig, A. Hofstetter, A. Hoffmann-Rothe, K. H. Jackel, C. Janssen, D. Jaser, D. Kesten, M. Khatib, R. Kind, O. Koch, I. Koulakov, G. Laske, N. Maercklin, R. Masarweh, A. Masri, A. Matar, J. Mechie, N. Meqbel, B. Plessen, P. Moller, A. Mohsen, R. Oberhansli, S. Oreshin, A. Petrunin, I. Qabbani, I. Rabba, O. Ritter, R. L. Romer, G. Rumpker, M. Rybakov, T. Ryberg, J. Saul, F. Scherbaum, S. Schmidt, A. Schulze, S. V. Sobolev, M. Stiller, D. Stromeyer, K. Tarawneh, C. Trela, U. Weckmann, U. Wetzel, and K. Wylegalla (2009). Anatomy of the Dead Sea Transform from lithospheric to microscopic scale, Reviews of Geophysics,47.

Scherbaum, Frank, Elise Delavaud, and Carsten Riggelsen (2009). Model Selection in Seismic Hazard Analysis: An Information-Theoretic Perspective, Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America,99(6), 3234-3247.

Kuehn, N. M., F. Scherbaum, and C. Riggelsen (2009). Deriving Empirical Ground-Motion Models: Balancing Data Constraints and Physical Assumptions to Optimize Prediction Capability, Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 99(4), 2335-2347.

Koehler, A., M. Ohrnberger, and F. Scherbaum (2009). Unsupervised feature selection and general pattern discovery using Self-Organizing Maps for gaining insights into the nature of seismic wavefields, Computers and Geosciences, in press.

Delavaud, Elise, Frank Scherbaum, Nicolas Kuehn, and Carsten Riggelsen (2009). Information-Theoretic Selection of Ground-Motion Prediction Equations for Seismic Hazard Analysis: An Applicability Study Using Californian Data, Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 99(6), 3248-3263.

Tuan, T.T., P. G. Malischewsky, F. Scherbaum, and M. Ohrnberger (2008). Dispersion of zero-frequency Rayleigh waves in an isotropic model "Layer over half-space", Geophysical Journal International, 175(2), 537-540.

Malischewsky, P. G., F. Scherbaum, C. Lomnitz, T.T. Tuan, F. Wuttke, and G. Shamir (2008). The domain of existence of prograde Rayleigh-wave particle motion for simple models, Wave motion,45(4), 556-564.

Kuehn, N., S. Hainzl, and F. Scherbaum (2008). Non-Poissonian earthquake occurrence in coupled stress release models and its effect on seismic hazard, Geophysical Journal International, 174(2), 649-658.

Faenza, L., S. Hainzl, and F. Scherbaum (2008). Statistical analysis of the Central-Europe Seismicity, Tectonophysics, DOI: 10.1016/j.tecto.2008.1004.1030.

Cotton, F., G. Pousse, F. Bonilla, and F. Scherbaum (2008). On the Discrepancy of Recent European Ground-Motion Observations and Predictions from Empirical Models: Analysis of KiK-net Accelerometric Data and Point-Sources Stochastic Simulations, Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 98(5), 2244-2261.

Bommer, J. J. , and F. Scherbaum (2008). The use and misuse of logic-trees in Probabilistic Seismic Hazard Analysis, Earthquake Spectra, 24(4), 997-1009.

Acker, J. F., B. Berkels, K. Bredies, M. S. Diallo, M. Droske, C. S. Garbe, M. Holschneider, J. Hron, C. Kondermann, M. Kulesh, P. Maass, N. Olischläger, H.-O. Peitgen, T. Preusser, M. Rumpf, K. Schaller, F. Scherbaum, and S. Turek. (2008). Inverse problems and parameter identification in image processing. In R. Dahlhaus, J. Kurths, P. Maass andJ. TImmer (Eds.), Mathematical methods in time series analysis and digital image processing (pp. 111-152): Springer.

Scherbaum, F. (2007). Of poles and zeros. Fundamentals of digital seismology (2nd rev. edition)(Vol. 15,  268 pages).

Riggelsen, C., M. Ohrnberger, and F. Scherbaum. (2007). Dynamic Bayesian networks for real-time classification of seismic signals: Springer Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.

Reuther, C.-D., N. Buurman, D. Kühn, M. Ohrnberger, T. Dahm, and F. Scherbaum (2007). Hamburg - A dynamic underground - Technologies for an underground survey in the metropolitan region of Hamburg [Erkundung des unterirdischen Raums der Metropolregion Hamburg - Das Projekt HADU (Hamburg - A Dynamic Underground)], Geotechnik, 30(1), 11-20.

Mollova, G. S. , and F. Scherbaum (2007). Influence of parameters selection in Chebyshev filters on the strong motion data processing, Bulletin of Earthquake Engineering, 5(4), 609-627.

Kulesh, M., M. S. Diallo, M. Holschneider, K. Kurennaya, F. Krüger, M. Ohrnberger, and F. Scherbaum (2007). Polarization analysis in the wavelet domain based on the adaptive covariance method, Geophysical Journal International, 170(2), 667-678.

Köhler, A., M. Ohrnberger, F. Scherbaum, M. Wathelet, and C. Cornou (2007). Assessing the reliability of the modified three-component spatial autocorrelation technique, Geophysical Journal International, 168, 779-796.

Hintersberger, E., F. Scherbaum, and S. Hainzl (2007). Update of likelihood-based ground-motion selection for seismic hazard analysis in Western Central Europe., Bulletin of Earthquake Engineering, 5(1-16).

Faenza, L., S. Hainzl, F. Scherbaum, and C. Beauval (2007). Statistical analysis of the time-dependent earthquake occurrence and its impact on hazard in low seismicity regions, Geophysical Journal International, 171(2), 797-806.

Drouet, S., F. Scherbaum, F. Cotton, and A. Souriau (2007). Selection and ranking of ground motion models for seismic hazard analysis in the Pyrenees, Journal of Seismology, 11(1), 87-100.

Suryanto, W., H. Igel, J. Wassermann, A. Cochard, B. Schuberth, D. Vollmer, F. Scherbaum, U. Schreiber, and A. Velikoseltsev (2006). First Comparison of Array-Derived Rotational Ground Motions with Direct Ring Laser Measurements, Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 96, 2059-2071.

Scherbaum, F., F. Cotton, and H. Staedtke (2006). The estimation of minimum-misfit stochastic models from empirical prediction equations, Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America,96(2), 427-445.

Hainzl, S., F. Scherbaum, and C. Beauval (2006). Estimating background activity based on interevent-time distribution, Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 96(1), 313-320.

Ewald, M., H. Igel, K. G. Hinzen, and F. Scherbaum (2006). Basin-related effects on ground motion for earthquake scenarios in the Cologne basin, Germany, Geophysical Journal International, 166, 197-212.

Douglas, J., H. Bungum, and F. Scherbaum (2006). Ground-motion prediction equations for southern Spain and souther Norway obtained using the composite model perspective, Journal of Earthquake Engineering, 10(1), 33-72.

Diallo, M. S., M. Kulesh, M. Holschneider, F. Scherbaum, and F. Adler (2006). Characterization of polarization attributes of seismic waves using continuous wavelet transforms, Geophysics, 71(3), V67-V77.

Diallo, M. S., M. Kulesh, M. Holschneider, K. Kurennaya, and F. Scherbaum (2006). Instantaneous polarization attributes based on an adaptive covariance method, Geophysics, 71(5), V99-V104.

Cotton, F., F. Scherbaum, J. J. Bommer, and H. Bungum (2006). Criteria for selecting and adjusting ground-motion models for specific target regions: application to Central Europe and rock sites,Journal of Seismology, 10, 137-156, DOI: 110.1007/s10950-10005-19006-10957.

Beauval, C., S. Hainzl, and F. Scherbaum (2006). The Impact of the Spatial Uniform Distribution of Seismicity on Probabilistic Seismic-Hazard Estimation, Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 96, 2465-2471.

Beauval, C., S. Hainzl, and F. Scherbaum (2006). Probabilistic seismic hazard estimation in low-seismicity regions considering non-Poissonian seismic occurrence, Geophysical Journal International, 164(doi: 10.1111/j.1365-246X.2006.02863.x), 543-550.

Schmedes, J., S. Hainzl, S. K. Reamer, F. Scherbaum, and K. G. Hinzen (2005). Moment release in the lower Rhine Embayment, Germany: Seismological Perspective of the deformation process,Geophysical Journal International, 160(3), 901-909.

Scherbaum, F., J. J. Bommer, H. Bungum, F. Cotton, and N. A. Abrahamson (2005). Composite ground-motion models and logic trees: methodology, sensitivities, and uncertainties, Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 95(5), 1575-1593.

Musson, R. M. W., G. R. Toro, K. J. Coppersmith, J. J. Bommer, N. Deichmann, H. Bungum, F. Cotton, F. Scherbaum, and N. A. Abrahamson (2005). Evaluating hazard results for Switzerland and how not to do it: A discussion of "Problems in the application of the SSHAC probability method for assessing earthquake hazards at Swiss nuclear power plants" by J-U Klügel, Engineering Geology,82, 43-55.

Kulesh, M., M. Holschneider, M. S. Diallo, Q. Xie, and F. Scherbaum (2005). Modeling of Wave Dispersion Using Continuous Wavelet Transforms, Pure and Applied Geophysics, 162, 843-855.

Holschneider, M., M. S. Diallo, M. Kulesh, M. Ohrnberger, E. Luck, and F. Scherbaum (2005). Characterization of dispersive surface waves using continuous wavelet transforms, Geophysical Journal International, 163(2), 463-478.

Diallo, M. S., M. Kulesh, M. Holschneider, and F. Scherbaum (2005). Instantaneous polarization attributes in the time-frequency domain and wave field separation, Geophysical Prospecting,53(5), 723-732.

Cochard, A., H. Igel, B. Schuberth, W. Suryanto, A. Velikoseltsev, U. Schreiber, J. Wassermann, F. Scherbaum, and D. Vollmer. (2005). Rotational motions in seismology: theory, observation, simulation. In R. Teisseyre, M. Takeo andE. Majewski (Eds.), Earthquake source assymetry, structural media and rotational effects: Springer Academic Press.

Bommer, J. J., F. Scherbaum, H. Bungum, F. Cotton, F. Sabetta, and N. A. Abrahamson (2005). On the use of logic trees for ground-motion prediction equations in seismic-hazard analysis, Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 95(2), 377-389.

Bommer, J. J. , and F. Scherbaum. (2005). Capturing and limiting ground-motion uncertainty in seismic hazard assessment. In P. Gulkan andJ. C. Anderson (Eds.), Future Directions in Instrumentation for Strong Motion and Engineering Seismology (pp. 25-40): Kluwer Academic Press.

Scherbaum, Frank, Jan Schmedes, and Fabrice Cotton (2004). On the Conversion of Source-to-Site Distance Measures for Extended Earthquake Source Models 10.1785/0120020201, Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 94(3), 1053-1069.

Scherbaum, F., F. Cotton, and P. Smit (2004). On the use of response spectral-reference data for the selection of ground-motion models for seismic hazard analysis: the case of rock motion,Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 94(6), 2164-2185.

Ohrnberger, M., F. Scherbaum, F. Krüger, R. Pelzing, and S. K. Reamer (2004). How good are shear wave velocity models in the Lower Rhine Embayment (NW-Germany) obtained from inversion of ambient vibrations?, Bolletino di Geofisica Teorica ed Applicata, 45(3), 215-232.

Malischewsky, P. G. , and F. Scherbaum (2004). Love's formula and H/V-ratio (ellipticity) of Rayleigh waves, Wave motion, 40, 57-67.

Kummerow, J., R. Kind, O. Oncken, P. Giese, T. Ryberg, K. Wylegalla, F. Scherbaum, and Transalp Working Group (2004). A natural and controlled source seismic profile through the Eastern Alps,EPSL, 225(1-2), 115-129.

Köhler, A., M. Ohrnberger, F. Scherbaum, S. Stange, and F. Kind (2004). Ambient vibration measurements in the Southern Rhine Graben close to Basle, Annals of Geophysics, 47(6), 1771-1781.

Hinzen, K. G., B. Weber, and F. Scherbaum (2004). On the resolution of H/V measurements to determine sediment thickness, a case study across a normal fault in the Lower Rhine Embayment, Germany, Journal of Earthquake Engineering, 8(6), 909-926.

Desert, Group, M. Weber, K. Abu-Ayyash, A. Abueladas, A. Agnon, H. Al-Amoush, A. Babeyko, Y. Bartov, M. Baumann, Z. Ben-Avraham, G. Bock, J. Bribach, R. El-Kelani, A. Förster, H. J. Förster, U. Frieslander, Z. Garfunkel, S. Grunewald, H. J. Götze, V. Haak, Ch Haberland, M. Hassouneh, S. Helwig, A. Hofstetter, K. H. Jäckel, D. Kesten, R. Kind, N. Maercklin, J. Mechie, A. Mohsen, F. M. Neubauer, R. Oberhänsli, I. Qabbani, O. Ritter, G. Rümpker, M. Rybakov, T. Ryberg, F. Scherbaum, J. Schmidt, A. Schulze, S. Sobolev, M. Stiller, H. Thoss, U. Weckmann, and K. Wylegalla (2004). The crustal structure of the Dead Sea Transform, GJI Tectonics and Geodynamics, 156, 655-681.

Bommer, J. J., F. Scherbaum, F. Cotton, H. Bungum, and F. Sabetta (2004). Discussion ’Uncertainty analysis of strong-motion and seismic hazard’ by R. Sigbjörnsson and N. N. Ambraseys, Bulletin of Earthquake Engineering, 2, 261-267.

Bommer, J. J., N. A. Abrahamson, F. O. Strasser, A. Pecker, P. Y. Bard, H. Bungum, F. Cotton, D. Fäh, F. Sabetta, F. Scherbaum, and J. Studer (2004). The challenge of defining upper bounds on earthquake ground motions, Seismological Research Letters, 75(1), 82-95.

Scherbaum, F., K. G. Hinzen, and M. Ohrnberger (2003). Determination of shallow shear wave velocity profiles in the Cologne Germany area using ambient vibrations, Geophysical Journal International, 152, 597-612.

Scherbaum, F. (2003). Analysis of Digital Earthquake Signals. In International Handbook of Earthquake and Engineering Seismology (Vol. 81A).

Hainzl, S., G. Zöller, and F. Scherbaum (2003). Earthquake clusters resulting from delayed rupture propagation in finite fault segments, Journal of Geophysical Research, 108(B1).

Haberland, Ch, A. Agnon, R. El-Kelani, N. Maercklin, I. Qabbani, G. Rümpker, T. Ryberg, F. Scherbaum, and M. Weber (2003). Modelling of seismic guided waves at the Dead Sea Transform,Journal of Geophysical Research, 108(B7), 2342, doi:2310.1029/2002JB002309.

Krüger, F., F. Scherbaum, J. W. C. Rosa, R. Kind, F. Zetsche, and J. Höhne (2002). Crustal and upper mantle structure in the Amazon region (Brazil) determined with broadband mobile stations,Journal of Geophysical Research, 107(B10), DOI: 10.1029/2001JB000598.

Falsaperla, S., J. Wassermann, and F. Scherbaum (2002). Polarization analyses of broadband seismic data recorded on Stromboli Volcano (Italy) from 1996 to 1999, Geophysical Research Letters, 29(10), 29-21 - 29-24.

Schmidtke, E. , and F. Scherbaum. (2001). Digital Seismology Tutor. In Of poles and zeros. Fundamentals of digital seismology (2 ed., Vol. 15, pp. 268): Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Scherbaum, F. (2001). Analysis of digital earthquake signals. In W. H. K. Lee, H. Kanamori andP. Jennings (Eds.), International Handbook of Earthquake and Engineering Seismology.

Scherbaum, F. (2001). Of poles and zeros. Fundamentals of digital seismology (Springer) (Vol. 15): Springer.

Krüger, F., M. Baumann, F. Scherbaum, and M. Weber (2001). Mid mantle scatterers near the Mariana slab detected with a double array technique, Geophysical Research Letters, 28(4), 667-670.

Hoshiba, M., A. Rietbrock, F. Scherbaum, H. Nakahara, and Ch Haberland (2001). Scattering attenuation and intrinsic absorption using uniform and depth dependent model - Application to full seismogram envelope recorded in Northern Chile, Journal of Seismology, 5, 157-179.

Bettig, Bruno, Pierre-Yves Bard, Frank Scherbaum, Judith Riepl, Fabrice Cotton, Cécile Cornou, and Denis Hatzfeld (2001). Analysis of dense array noise measurements using the modified spatial auto-correlation method (SPAC). Application to the Grenoble area, Bollettino Di Geofisica Teorica ed Applicata, 42(3-4), 281-304.

Thomas, Ch, H. Igel, M. Weber, and F. Scherbaum (2000). Acoustical simulation of P-wave propagation in an heterogeneous spherical earth: Numerical method and application to precursor waves to PKPdf, Geophysical Journal International, 141, 307-320.

Deichmann, N., J. Ansorge, F. Scherbaum, A. Aschwanden, F. Bernardi, and G. H. Gudmundsson (2000). Evidence for deep icequakes in an Alpine glacier, Annals of Glaciology, 31.

Thomas, Ch, M. Weber, Ch Wicks, and F. Scherbaum (1999). Small scatterers in the lower mantle observed at German broadband arrays, Journal Geophysical Research, 104, 15073-15088.

Rietbrock, A. , and F. Scherbaum (1999). Crustal scattering at the KTB from a combined microearthquake and receiver analysis, Geophysical Journal International, 136, 57-67.

Sato, H., M. Korn, and F. Scherbaum (1998). Stochastic seismology: Stochastic seismic wavefields and realistic media, Neustadt, Germany, 11-15 March 1996 (vol 104, pg R7, 1997), Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors, 106(3-4), 371-371.

Rietbrock, A. , and F. Scherbaum (1998). The GIANT analysis system (Graphical Interactive Aftershock Network Toolbox), Seismological Research Letters, 69, 40-45.

Weber, M., J. Schlittenhardt, F. Scherbaum, and F. Krüger. (1997). D" and the Lower-Most Mantle. In M. Korn (Ed.), Sonderdruck aus Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft Ten Years of German Regional Seismic Network (GRSN).

Schlittenhardt, J., M. Wolf, M. Weber, and F. Scherbaum. (1997). Amplitude Study of Core Phases Using Data of the German Regional Seismological Network (GRSN). In M. Korn (Ed.), TenYearsof German RegionalSeismicNetwork (GRSN).

Scherbaum, F., F. Krüger, and M. Weber (1997). Double beam imaging: Mapping lower mantle heterogeneities using combinations of source and receiver arrays, Journal of Geophysical Research,102(B1), 507-522.

Scherbaum, F. , and M. P. Bouin (1997). FIR Filter effects and nucleation phases, Geophysical Journal International, 130, 661-668.

Scherbaum, F. (1997). Zero Phase FIR filters in digital seismic acquisition systems: Blessing or Curse, EOS, 78(33), 343-343.

Sato, H., M. Korn, and F. Scherbaum (1997). Stochastic seismology - Stochastic seismic wave fields and realistic media, Neustadt, Germany 11-15 March 1996 - Preface, Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors, 104(1-3), VII-VIII.

Scherbaum, F. (1996). Of poles and zeros. Fundamentals of digital seismology (Kluwer) (Vol. 15): Kluwer.

Rietbrock, A., C. Tiberi, F. Scherbaum, and Caen H. Lyon (1996). Seismic slip on a low angle normal fault in the Gulf of Corinth: Evidence from high-resolution cluster analysis of microearthquakes,Geophysical Research Letters, 23(14), 1817-1820.

Krüger, F., F. Scherbaum, M. Weber, and J. Schlittenhardt (1996). Analysis of asymmetric multipathing with a generalization of the double beam method, Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 86, 737-749.

Hardt, M. , and F. Scherbaum (1996). Early Warning System Design: Performance Test for Multi-Method Magnitude Determination, Cahiers du Centre Europeen de Geodynamique et de Seismologie,12.

Schlindwein, V., J. Wassermann, and F. Scherbaum (1995). Spectral analysis of harmonic tremor signals at Mt. Semeru volcano, Indonesia, Geophysical Research Letters, 22, 1685-1688.

Riepl, J., A. Rietbrock, and F. Scherbaum (1995). Site response modelling by non-linear waveform inversion, Geophysical Research Letters, 22, 199-202.

Krüger, F., M. Weber, F. Scherbaum, and J. Schlittenhardt (1995). Evidence for normal and inhomogeneous lowermost mantle and core-mantle boundary structure under the arctic and northern Canada, Geophysical Journal International, 122, 637-657.

Hardt, Matthias , and Frank Scherbaum (1995). Determination of earthquake size by an early warning expert system, International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics, General Assembly, 21, 406.

Wassermann, J. , and F. Scherbaum (1994). Spectral features and polarization patterns of broadband seismic signals at station Serra la Nave, Mt. Etna, Sicily, Acta Volc., 5, 211-220.

Scherbaum, F., C. Palme, and H. Langer (1994). Model parameter optimization for site-dependent simulation of ground motion by simulated annealing: re-evaluation of the Ashigara Valley prediction experiment, Natural Hazards, 10(3), 275-296.

Scherbaum, F. (1994). Basic Concepts in Digital Signal Processing for Seismologists: Springer-Verlag New York, Inc (Mar 5 1996).

Scherbaum, F. (1994). What can we learn from aftershocks?, Geologie en Mijnbouw, 73, 241-252.

Scherbaum, F. (1994). Modelling the Roermond Earthquake of April 13, 1992 by stochastic simulation of its high frequency strong ground motion, Geophysical Journal International, 119, 31-43.

Rietbrock, A. , and F. Scherbaum (1994). Acoustic Imaging of Earthquake Sources from the Chalfant Valley, 1986, Aftershock Series, Geophysical Journal International, 119, 260-268.

Hardt, M. , and F. Scherbaum (1994). The Design of Optimum Multitask Networks for Aftershock Recordings, Geophysical Journal International, 117, 716-726.

Scherbaum, F., G. Schneider, and H. Langer. (1993). Herd- und Ausbreitungsvorgänge bei Erdbeben. In P. e. al (Ed.), Naturkatastrophen und Katastrophenvorbeugung: VCH Verlag.

Scherbaum, F. , and J. Johnson. (1993). PITSA, Programmable Interactive Toolbox for Seismological Analysis (Vol. 5).

Scherbaum, F. (1993). Nachbeben. In P. e. al (Ed.), Naturkatastrophen und Katastrophenvorbeugung: VCH Verlag.

Scherbaum, F. (1993). Short Course on First Principles of Digital Signal Processing for Seismologists. In W. Lee (Ed.), IASPEI Software Library (Vol. 5).

Krüger, F., M. Weber, F. Scherbaum, and J. Schlittenhardt (1993). Double beam analysis of anomalies in the core-mantle boundary region, Geophysical Research Letters, 20(14), 1475-1478.

Scherbaum, F. , and M. Hardt (1992). Optimizing the station distribution of seismic networks for aftershock recordings by simulated annealing, Cahiers du Centre Europeen de Geodynamique et de Seismologie, 6.

Scherbaum, F. , and H. Sato (1991). Inversion of full seismogram envelopes based on the parabolic approximation: estimation of randomness and attenuation in Southeast Honshu, Japan, Journal of Geophysical Research, 96(B2), 2223-2232.

Scherbaum, F., D. Gillard, and N. Deichmann (1991). Slowness power spectrum analysis of the coda composition of two microearthquake clusters in northern Switzerland, Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors, 67, 137-161.

Scherbaum, F. , and M. Wyss (1990). Distribution of attenuation in the Kaoiki Hawaii, source volume estimated by inversion of P wave spectra, Journal of Geophysical Research, 95(B8), 12439- 12448.

Scherbaum, F. (1990). Combined inversion for the three-dimensional Q structure and source parameters using microearthquake spectra, Journal of Geophysical Research, 95(B8), 12423-12438.

Zuniga, F. R., M. Wyss, and F. Scherbaum (1988). A moment-magnitude relation for Hawaii, Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 78, 370-374.

Scherbaum, F. (1987). Correction to Coda Q in the Adak Seismic Zone, Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 77(6), 2246-2246.

Scherbaum, F. (1987). Seismic imaging of the site response using microearthquake recordings, Part II, Application to the Swabian Jura, SW Germany, seismic network, Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 77, 1924-1944.

Scherbaum, F. (1987). Seismic imaging of the site response using microearthquake recordings, Part I, Method, Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 77, 1905-1923.

Scherbaum, F. (1987). Levinson-inversion of earthquake geometry SH-transmission seismograms in the presence of noise, Geophysical Prospecting, 35, 787-802.

Scherbaum, F. , and J. Wendler (1986). Cross spectral analysis of Swabian Jura (SW Germany) three-component microearthquake recordings, Journal of Geophysics, 60, 157-166.

Scherbaum, F. (1986). Comment on 'Stabilization of normal-incidence seismogram inversion removing the noise induced bias', Geophysical Prospecting, 34, 240.

Scherbaum, F. , and D. Stoll (1985). The estimation of Green's function from local earthquake recordings and the modelling of the site response, Phys. Earth and Planet. Int., 38, 189-202.

Scherbaum, F. , and C. Kisslinger (1985). Coda Q in the Adak Seismic Zone, Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 75, 615-620.

Scherbaum, F. , and C. Kisslinger (1984). Variations of apparent stresses and stress drops prior to the earthquake of 6 May 1984 (mb = 5.8) in the Adak Seismic Zone, Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 74, 2577-2592.

Scherbaum, F. , and D. Stoll (1983). Source parameters and scaling laws of the 1978 Swabian Jura (Southwest Germany) aftershocks, Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 73, 1321-1343.

Scherbaum, F. (1982). Modellspektren herdnaher Beschleunigungsmessungen auf der Schwäbischen Alb, Mitteilungen des Instituts für Bautechnik, 4, 114-116.

Scherbaum, F. (1982). Seismic velocities in sedimentary rocks -- Indicators of subsidence and uplift?, Geologische Rundschau, 71, 519-536.

Forschung

Seismische Gefährdungsanalysen 

  • Regionen niedriger seismischer Aktivität
  • Datengetriebene Modellselektion
  • Unsicherheitsanalysen
  • Anwendung von Methoden des maschinellen Lernens

Computerbasierte Musikethnologie (Schwerpunkt georgische Vokalmusik)

  • Entwicklung körperschallbasierter Aufzeichnungs- und Analyseverfahren für mehrstimmige Vokalmusik
  • Entwicklung und Anwendung von Methoden des maschinellen Lernens auf die harmonische Analyse und Visualisierung mehrstimmiger Vokalmusik

Lehre

Digitalseismologie

Seismische Gefährdungsanalyse

Geohazards

Quantitative Grundlagen der Analyse von Naturgefahren

Publikationen

2016:

Bora, S. S., et al. (2016). On the Relationship between Fourier and Response Spectra: Implications for the Adjustment of Empirical Ground-Motion Prediction Equations (GMPEs). Bull. Seismol. Soc. Am.  106(3): 1235-1253.

Kane, F., & Scherbaum, F. (2016). Using body vibrations for teaching, visualization and analysis of traditional Georgian singing. 8th International Symposium on Traditional Polyphony, 26–30 Sept, 11 pp.

Kuehn, N. M. and F. Scherbaum (2016). A Partially Non-Ergodic Ground-Motion Prediction Equation for Europe and the Middle East." Bulletin of  Earthquake Engineering 14 (10), 2629-2642.

Molkenthin, C., et al. (2016). "Derivative-based global sensitivity analysis: Upper bounding of sensitivities in seismic hazard assessment using automatic differentiation." Bull. Seismol. Soc. Am. submitted.

Scherbaum, F. (2016). On the benefit of larynx-microphone field recordings for the documentation and analysis of polyphonic vocal music. Proc. of the 6th International Workshop Folk Music Analysis,15 - 17 June, Dublin/Ireland, 80–87.

Scherbaum, F., Arom, S., & Kane, F. (2016). A graph-theoretical approach to the harmonic analysis of Georgian vocal polyphonic music. Proc. of the 6th International Workshop Folk Music Analysis,15 - 17 June, Dublin/Ireland, 59–60.

Scherbaum, F., Arom, S., & Kane, F. (2016). Graphical comparative analysis of the harmonic structure of the Vl. Akhobadze corpus of Svan songs. 8th International Symposium on Traditional Polyphony, 26–30 Sept, 18 pp.



2015:

Bommer, J. J., et al. (2015).  A SSHAC Level 3 Probabilistic Seismic Hazard Analysis for a New-Build Nuclear Site in South Africa. Earthquake Spectra 31(2): 661-698. Kuehn, N. M. and F. Scherbaum (2015). Ground-motion prediction model building: a multilevel approach. Bulletin of  Earthquake Engineering 13 (9), 2481-2491.

Molkenthin, C., et al. (2015).  Sensitivity of probabilistic seismic hazard obtained by algorithmic differentiation: A feasibility study." Bull. Seismol. Soc. Am. 105(3): 1810-1822.

Scherbaum, F., Arom, S., & Kane, F. (2015). On the feasibility of Markov Model based analysis of Georgian vocal polyphonic music. In Proceedings of the 5th International Workshop on Folk Music Analysis, June 10-12, 2015, University Pierre and Marie Curie, Paris, France (pp. 94–98).

Scherbaum, F., Loos, W., Kane, F., & Vollmer, D. (2015). Body vibrations as source of information for the analysis of polyphonic vocal music. In Proceedings of the 5th International Workshop on Folk Music Analysis, June 10-12, 2015, University Pierre and Marie Curie, Paris, France (Vol. 5, pp. 89–93).

 

2014:

Bommer, J. J., K. J. Coppersmith, R. T. Coppersmith, K. L. Hanson, A. Mangongolo, J. Neveling, E. M. Rathje, A. Rodriguez-Marek, F. Scherbaum, R. Shelembe, P. J. Stafford, and F. O. Strasser (2014). A SSHAC Level 3 Probabilistic Seismic Hazard Analysis for a New-Build Nuclear Site in South Africa, Earthquake Spectra in press, doi:10.1785/0120130196.

Bora, S. S., F. Scherbaum, N. Kuehn, and P. J. Stafford (2014). Fourier Spectral- and Duration Models for the Generation of Response Spectra Adjustable to Different Source-, Propagation-, and Site Conditions, Bulletin of Earthquake Engineering, 12, 467-493.

Douglas , J., S. Akkar, G. Ameri, P. Y. Bard, D. Bindi, J. J. Bommer, S. S. Bora, F. Cotton, B. Derras, M. Hermkes, N. M. Kuehn, L. Luzi, M. Massa, F. Pacor, C. Riggelsen, M. A. Sandıkkaya, F. Scherbaum, P. J. Stafford, and P. Traversa (2014). Comparisons among the five ground-motion models developed using RESORCE for the prediction of response spectral accelerations due to earthquakes in Europe and the Middle East, Bulletin of Earthquake Engineering, 12, 341-358.

Gianniotis, N., F. Scherbaum, and N. Kuehn (2014). Manifold Aligned GMPEs for Regional Ground Motion Prediction, Computers & Geosciences, in press, DOI: 10.1016/j.cageo.2014.04.014.

Haendel, A., S. Specht, N. M. Kuehn, and F. Scherbaum (2014). Mixtures of ground-motion prediction equations as backbone models for a logic tree: An application to the subduction zone in Northern Chile, Bulletin of Earthquake Engineering, in press, DOI 10.1007/s10518-014-9636-7.

Krüger, F., and F. Scherbaum (2014). The September 29, 1969, Ceres, South Africa, Earthquake: Full waveform moment tensor inversion for point source and kinematic source parameters, Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 104.

Molkenthin, C., F. Scherbaum, A. Griewank, N. Kuehn, and P. J. Stafford (2014). A study of the sensitivity of response spectral amplitudes on seismological parameters using algorithmic differentiation, Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 104, 2240-2252.

Rodriguez-Marek, A., E. M. Rathje, P. J. Stafford, F. Scherbaum, and J. J. Bommer (2014). Application of Site Response Analyses and Single Station Sigma in the Seismic  Hazard Analysis of the Thyspunt Nuclear Site in South Atrica, Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, doi:10.1785/0120130196.

Schröter, K., H. Kreibich, K. Vogel, C. Riggelsen, F. Scherbaum, and B. Merz (2014). How useful are complex flood damage models?, Water Resources Research, 50, 4, 3378- 3395.

Vogel, K., C. Riggelsen, O. Korup, and F. Scherbaum (2014). The Application of Bayesian Networks in Natural Hazard Analyses, Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences 14 2605-2626.

 

2013:

John Douglas , Sinan Akkar , Gabriele Ameri , Pierre-Yves Bard , Dino Bindi , Julian J. Bommer, Sanjay Singh Bora, Fabrice Cotton, Boumédiène Derras, Marcel Hermkes, Nicolas Martin Kuehn, Lucia Luzi , Marco Massa, Francesca Pacor, Carsten Riggelsen, M. Abdullah Sandıkkaya, Frank Scherbaum, Peter J. Stafford, Paola Traversa, 2013. Comparisons among the five ground-motion models developed using RESORCE for the prediction of response spectral accelerations due to earthquakes in Europe and the Middle East, Bulletin of Earthquake Engineering, published online, DOI: 10.1007/s10518-013-9522-8.


Hinzen, Klaus-G., Sharon K. Reamer, and Frank Scherbaum, 2013. Slow Fourier Transform, Seismological Research Letters, 84(2), 251-257 


Bora, S. S., F. Scherbaum, N. Kuehn, and P. J. Stafford, 2013. Fourier Spectral- and Duration Models for the Generation of Response Spectra Adjustable to Different Source-, Propagation-, and Site Conditions, Bulletin of Earthquake Engineering, published online, DOI: 10.1007/s10518-013-9482-z.


Vogel, K., Riggelsen, C., Schröter, K, Kreibich, H., Scherbaum, F., Merz, B., 2013. Challenges for Bayesian Network Learning in a Flood Damage Assesment Application. International Conference on Structural Safety & Reliability, ICOSSAR'13, New York.


Runge, A., Scherbaum, F., Curtis, A., Riggelsen, C., 2013. An Interactive Tool for the Elicitation of Subjective Probabilities in Probabilistic Seismic Hazard Analysis, Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 103(5), 2862-2874.

2012:
Gianniotis, N., Riggelsen, C., Kühn, N., and F. Scherbaum, 2012. Autoencoding Ground Motion Data for Visualisation. 22nd International Conference on Artificial Neural Networks, ICANN'12, ISBN 978-3-642-33265-4, pp. 395-402.

Vogel, K., Riggelsen, C., Merz, B., Kreibich, H., and F. Scherbaum, 2012. Flood Damage and Influencing Factors: A Bayesian Network Perspective. Conf. on Probabilistic Graphical Models, Granada, Spain, PGM'12, ISBN: 978-84-15536-57-4, pp. 347-354.

Delavaud, E., F. Cotton, C. Beauval, S. Akkar, F. Scherbaum, and Laurentiu Danciu. (2012). Toward a ground-motion logic tree for probabilistic seismic hazard assessment in Europe within the SHARE project, 15 World Conference of Earthquake Engineering, Lisbon, Extended Abstract.


Beauval, C., F. Cotton, N. Abrahamson, N. Theodulidis, E. Delavaud, L. Rodriguuez, F. Scherbaum, and A. Haendel, 2012. Regional differences in subduction ground motions, 15 World Conference of Earthquake Engineering, Lisbon, Extended Abstract.


Vogel, K., Riggelsen, C., Kühn, N., Scherbaum, F., 2012. Graphical Models as Surrogates for Complex Ground Motion Models. 11th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Soft Computing, ICAISC'12, ISBN 978-3-642-29346-7, pp. 188-195.


Blaser, L., Ohrnberger, M., Krüger, F., and F. Scherbaum, 2012. Probabilistic tsunami threat assessment of 10 recent earthquakes offshore Sumatra, Geophysical Journal International, 188(3), 1273--1284; DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-246X.2011.05324.x


Delavaud, E., Cotton, F., Akkar, S., Scherbaum, F., Laurentiu Danciu, C., Beauval, S., Douglas, A., Basili, R., Sandikkaya, S., Segou, M., Faccioli, E., and N. Theodulidis (2012). Toward a Ground-Motion Logic Tree for Probabilistic Assessment in Europe, Journal of Seismology, DOI: 10.1007/s10950-012-9281-z.


Delavaud, E., F. Scherbaum, N Kühn, and T. I. Allen (2012). Testing the Global Applicability of Ground Motion Prediction Equations for Active Shallow Crustal Regions, Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 102(2), 707-721DOI: 10.1785/0120110113.


Hiemer, S., D. Rössler, and F. Scherbaum (2012). Monitoring the West Bohemian Earthquake Swarm in 2008/2009 by a Temporary Small-Aperture Seismic Array, Journal of Seismology, , DOI: 10.1007/s10950-011-9256-5.

2011:


Hiemer, S., Scherbaum, F., Rößler, D., and Kühn, N., 2011, Determination of t0 and rock site tau from records of the 2008/2009 earthquake swarm in West Bohemia, Seism. Res. Lett., 82(3), 385-391, DOI: 10.1785/gssrl.82.3.387


Riggelsen, C., N. Gianniotis, and F. Scherbaum. (2011). Learning Aggregations of Ground Motion Models From Data, ICASP11. Zürich.


Kühn, N. M., C. Riggelsen, and F. Scherbaum. (2011). On the Use of Bayesian Networks for Probabilistic Seismic Hazard Analysis, ICASP11. Zürich.


Scherbaum, F., N. M. Kühn, M. Ohrnberger, C. Riggelsen, and N. Gianniotis. (2011). Quantification of Epistemic Uncertainties in Probabilistic Seismic Hazard Analysis, ICASP11. Zürich.


Schmelzbach, C., F. Scherbaum, J. Tronicke, and P. Dietrich (2011). Bayesian frequency-domain blind deconvolution of ground-penetrating radar data, Journal of Applied Geophysics , DOI: 10.1016/j.jappgeo.2011.08.010.


Scherbaum, F. , and N. M. Kühn (2011). Logic tree branch weights and probabilities: Summing up to one is not enough, Earthquake Spectra, 27, pp. 1237-1251, DOI: 10.1193/1.3652744 .


Blaser, L., Ohrnberger, M., Riggelsen, C., Babeyko, A. and Scherbaum, F., 2011, Bayesian Networks for Tsunami Early Warning, Geophysical Journal International, 185(3), 1431-1443, DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-246X.2011.05020.x

N.M. Kuehn, C. Riggelsen, and F. Scherbaum, 2011. Modeling the Joint Probability of Earthquake, Site, and Ground-Motion Parameters Using Bayesian Networks, Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 101(1), 235-249; DOI: 10.1785/0120100080

2010:

Alatik, L., N. Abrahamson, F. Cotton, F. Scherbaum, J. J. Bommer, and N. M. Kuehn (2010). The Variability of Ground-Motion Prediction Models and its Components, Seismological Research Letters, 81(5), 794-801.

Blaser, Lilian, Frank Kruger, Matthias Ohrnberger, and Frank Scherbaum (2010). Scaling Relations of Earthquake Source Parameter Estimates with Special Focus on Subduction Environment, Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 100(6), 2914-2926.

Bommer, J. J., J. Douglas, F. Scherbaum, F. Cotton, H. Bungum, and D. Fäh (2010). On the Selection of Ground-Motion Prediction Equations for Seismic Hazard Analysis, Seismological Research Letters, 81(5), 783-793.

Dahm, T., D. Kühn, M. Ohrnberger, J. Kröger, H. Wiederhold, C.-D. Reuther, A. Dehghani, and F. Scherbaum (2010). Combining geophysical datasets to study the dynamics of shallow evaporites in urban environments: application to Hamburg, Germany, Geophysical Journal International, 181, 154–172.

Koehler, A., M. Ohrnberger, and F. Scherbaum (2010). Unsupervised pattern recognition in continuous seismic wavefield records using self-organizing maps, Geophys. J. Int., 182, 1619-1630.

Kuehn, N. M. , and F. Scherbaum (2010). A Naive Bayes Classifier for Intensities Using Peak Ground Velocity and Acceleration, Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 100(6), 3278-3283.

Malischewsky, P. G.., Y. Zaslavsky, M. Gorstein, V.  Pinsky, T.T. Tuan, F. Scherbaum, and F. Flores-Estrella (2010). Some new theoretical considerations about the ellipticity of Rayleigh waves in the light of site-effect studies in Israel and Mexico, Geofisica Internaciaonal, 49(3), 141-152.

Scherbaum, F., N. Kuehn, M. Ohrnberger, and A. Koehler (2010). Exploring the Proximity of Ground-Motion Models Using High-Dimensional Visualization Techniques, Earthquake Spectra 26(4), 1117-1138.

Schmelzbach, C., F. Scherbaum, J. Tronicke, and P. Dietrich. (2010). Mixed-phase deconvolution of ground-penetrating radar data, Near Surface 2010 – 16th European Meeting of Environmental and Engineering Geophysics. Zurich, Switzerland.

Tuan, T., F. Scherbaum, and P. G. Malischewsky (2010). On the relationship of peaks and troughs of the ellipticity (H/V) of Rayleigh waves and the transmission response of single layer over half-space models, Geophysical Journal International, 184(2), 793-800.

2009 and earlier:

Weber, M., K. Abu-Ayyash, A. Abueladas, A. Agnon, Z. Alasonati-Tasarova, H. Al-Zubi, A. Babeyko, Y. Bartov, K. Bauer, M. Becken, P. A. Bedrosian, Z. Ben-Avraham, G. Bock, M. Bohnhoff, J. Bribach, P. Dulski, J. Ebbing, R. El-Kelani, A. Forster, H. J. Forster, U. Frieslander, Z. Garfunkel, H. J. Goetze, V. Haak, C. Haberland, M. Hassouneh, S. Helwig, A. Hofstetter, A. Hoffmann-Rothe, K. H. Jackel, C. Janssen, D. Jaser, D. Kesten, M. Khatib, R. Kind, O. Koch, I. Koulakov, G. Laske, N. Maercklin, R. Masarweh, A. Masri, A. Matar, J. Mechie, N. Meqbel, B. Plessen, P. Moller, A. Mohsen, R. Oberhansli, S. Oreshin, A. Petrunin, I. Qabbani, I. Rabba, O. Ritter, R. L. Romer, G. Rumpker, M. Rybakov, T. Ryberg, J. Saul, F. Scherbaum, S. Schmidt, A. Schulze, S. V. Sobolev, M. Stiller, D. Stromeyer, K. Tarawneh, C. Trela, U. Weckmann, U. Wetzel, and K. Wylegalla (2009). Anatomy of the Dead Sea Transform from lithospheric to microscopic scale, Reviews of Geophysics,47.

Scherbaum, Frank, Elise Delavaud, and Carsten Riggelsen (2009). Model Selection in Seismic Hazard Analysis: An Information-Theoretic Perspective, Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America,99(6), 3234-3247.

Kuehn, N. M., F. Scherbaum, and C. Riggelsen (2009). Deriving Empirical Ground-Motion Models: Balancing Data Constraints and Physical Assumptions to Optimize Prediction Capability, Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 99(4), 2335-2347.

Koehler, A., M. Ohrnberger, and F. Scherbaum (2009). Unsupervised feature selection and general pattern discovery using Self-Organizing Maps for gaining insights into the nature of seismic wavefields, Computers and Geosciences, in press.

Delavaud, Elise, Frank Scherbaum, Nicolas Kuehn, and Carsten Riggelsen (2009). Information-Theoretic Selection of Ground-Motion Prediction Equations for Seismic Hazard Analysis: An Applicability Study Using Californian Data, Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 99(6), 3248-3263.

Tuan, T.T., P. G. Malischewsky, F. Scherbaum, and M. Ohrnberger (2008). Dispersion of zero-frequency Rayleigh waves in an isotropic model "Layer over half-space", Geophysical Journal International, 175(2), 537-540.

Malischewsky, P. G., F. Scherbaum, C. Lomnitz, T.T. Tuan, F. Wuttke, and G. Shamir (2008). The domain of existence of prograde Rayleigh-wave particle motion for simple models, Wave motion,45(4), 556-564.

Kuehn, N., S. Hainzl, and F. Scherbaum (2008). Non-Poissonian earthquake occurrence in coupled stress release models and its effect on seismic hazard, Geophysical Journal International, 174(2), 649-658.

Faenza, L., S. Hainzl, and F. Scherbaum (2008). Statistical analysis of the Central-Europe Seismicity, Tectonophysics, DOI: 10.1016/j.tecto.2008.1004.1030.

Cotton, F., G. Pousse, F. Bonilla, and F. Scherbaum (2008). On the Discrepancy of Recent European Ground-Motion Observations and Predictions from Empirical Models: Analysis of KiK-net Accelerometric Data and Point-Sources Stochastic Simulations, Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 98(5), 2244-2261.

Bommer, J. J. , and F. Scherbaum (2008). The use and misuse of logic-trees in Probabilistic Seismic Hazard Analysis, Earthquake Spectra, 24(4), 997-1009.

Acker, J. F., B. Berkels, K. Bredies, M. S. Diallo, M. Droske, C. S. Garbe, M. Holschneider, J. Hron, C. Kondermann, M. Kulesh, P. Maass, N. Olischläger, H.-O. Peitgen, T. Preusser, M. Rumpf, K. Schaller, F. Scherbaum, and S. Turek. (2008). Inverse problems and parameter identification in image processing. In R. Dahlhaus, J. Kurths, P. Maass andJ. TImmer (Eds.), Mathematical methods in time series analysis and digital image processing (pp. 111-152): Springer.

Scherbaum, F. (2007). Of poles and zeros. Fundamentals of digital seismology (2nd rev. edition)(Vol. 15,  268 pages).

Riggelsen, C., M. Ohrnberger, and F. Scherbaum. (2007). Dynamic Bayesian networks for real-time classification of seismic signals: Springer Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.

Reuther, C.-D., N. Buurman, D. Kühn, M. Ohrnberger, T. Dahm, and F. Scherbaum (2007). Hamburg - A dynamic underground - Technologies for an underground survey in the metropolitan region of Hamburg [Erkundung des unterirdischen Raums der Metropolregion Hamburg - Das Projekt HADU (Hamburg - A Dynamic Underground)], Geotechnik, 30(1), 11-20.

Mollova, G. S. , and F. Scherbaum (2007). Influence of parameters selection in Chebyshev filters on the strong motion data processing, Bulletin of Earthquake Engineering, 5(4), 609-627.

Kulesh, M., M. S. Diallo, M. Holschneider, K. Kurennaya, F. Krüger, M. Ohrnberger, and F. Scherbaum (2007). Polarization analysis in the wavelet domain based on the adaptive covariance method, Geophysical Journal International, 170(2), 667-678.

Köhler, A., M. Ohrnberger, F. Scherbaum, M. Wathelet, and C. Cornou (2007). Assessing the reliability of the modified three-component spatial autocorrelation technique, Geophysical Journal International, 168, 779-796.

Hintersberger, E., F. Scherbaum, and S. Hainzl (2007). Update of likelihood-based ground-motion selection for seismic hazard analysis in Western Central Europe., Bulletin of Earthquake Engineering, 5(1-16).

Faenza, L., S. Hainzl, F. Scherbaum, and C. Beauval (2007). Statistical analysis of the time-dependent earthquake occurrence and its impact on hazard in low seismicity regions, Geophysical Journal International, 171(2), 797-806.

Drouet, S., F. Scherbaum, F. Cotton, and A. Souriau (2007). Selection and ranking of ground motion models for seismic hazard analysis in the Pyrenees, Journal of Seismology, 11(1), 87-100.

Suryanto, W., H. Igel, J. Wassermann, A. Cochard, B. Schuberth, D. Vollmer, F. Scherbaum, U. Schreiber, and A. Velikoseltsev (2006). First Comparison of Array-Derived Rotational Ground Motions with Direct Ring Laser Measurements, Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 96, 2059-2071.

Scherbaum, F., F. Cotton, and H. Staedtke (2006). The estimation of minimum-misfit stochastic models from empirical prediction equations, Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America,96(2), 427-445.

Hainzl, S., F. Scherbaum, and C. Beauval (2006). Estimating background activity based on interevent-time distribution, Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 96(1), 313-320.

Ewald, M., H. Igel, K. G. Hinzen, and F. Scherbaum (2006). Basin-related effects on ground motion for earthquake scenarios in the Cologne basin, Germany, Geophysical Journal International, 166, 197-212.

Douglas, J., H. Bungum, and F. Scherbaum (2006). Ground-motion prediction equations for southern Spain and souther Norway obtained using the composite model perspective, Journal of Earthquake Engineering, 10(1), 33-72.

Diallo, M. S., M. Kulesh, M. Holschneider, F. Scherbaum, and F. Adler (2006). Characterization of polarization attributes of seismic waves using continuous wavelet transforms, Geophysics, 71(3), V67-V77.

Diallo, M. S., M. Kulesh, M. Holschneider, K. Kurennaya, and F. Scherbaum (2006). Instantaneous polarization attributes based on an adaptive covariance method, Geophysics, 71(5), V99-V104.

Cotton, F., F. Scherbaum, J. J. Bommer, and H. Bungum (2006). Criteria for selecting and adjusting ground-motion models for specific target regions: application to Central Europe and rock sites,Journal of Seismology, 10, 137-156, DOI: 110.1007/s10950-10005-19006-10957.

Beauval, C., S. Hainzl, and F. Scherbaum (2006). The Impact of the Spatial Uniform Distribution of Seismicity on Probabilistic Seismic-Hazard Estimation, Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 96, 2465-2471.

Beauval, C., S. Hainzl, and F. Scherbaum (2006). Probabilistic seismic hazard estimation in low-seismicity regions considering non-Poissonian seismic occurrence, Geophysical Journal International, 164(doi: 10.1111/j.1365-246X.2006.02863.x), 543-550.

Schmedes, J., S. Hainzl, S. K. Reamer, F. Scherbaum, and K. G. Hinzen (2005). Moment release in the lower Rhine Embayment, Germany: Seismological Perspective of the deformation process,Geophysical Journal International, 160(3), 901-909.

Scherbaum, F., J. J. Bommer, H. Bungum, F. Cotton, and N. A. Abrahamson (2005). Composite ground-motion models and logic trees: methodology, sensitivities, and uncertainties, Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 95(5), 1575-1593.

Musson, R. M. W., G. R. Toro, K. J. Coppersmith, J. J. Bommer, N. Deichmann, H. Bungum, F. Cotton, F. Scherbaum, and N. A. Abrahamson (2005). Evaluating hazard results for Switzerland and how not to do it: A discussion of "Problems in the application of the SSHAC probability method for assessing earthquake hazards at Swiss nuclear power plants" by J-U Klügel, Engineering Geology,82, 43-55.

Kulesh, M., M. Holschneider, M. S. Diallo, Q. Xie, and F. Scherbaum (2005). Modeling of Wave Dispersion Using Continuous Wavelet Transforms, Pure and Applied Geophysics, 162, 843-855.

Holschneider, M., M. S. Diallo, M. Kulesh, M. Ohrnberger, E. Luck, and F. Scherbaum (2005). Characterization of dispersive surface waves using continuous wavelet transforms, Geophysical Journal International, 163(2), 463-478.

Diallo, M. S., M. Kulesh, M. Holschneider, and F. Scherbaum (2005). Instantaneous polarization attributes in the time-frequency domain and wave field separation, Geophysical Prospecting,53(5), 723-732.

Cochard, A., H. Igel, B. Schuberth, W. Suryanto, A. Velikoseltsev, U. Schreiber, J. Wassermann, F. Scherbaum, and D. Vollmer. (2005). Rotational motions in seismology: theory, observation, simulation. In R. Teisseyre, M. Takeo andE. Majewski (Eds.), Earthquake source assymetry, structural media and rotational effects: Springer Academic Press.

Bommer, J. J., F. Scherbaum, H. Bungum, F. Cotton, F. Sabetta, and N. A. Abrahamson (2005). On the use of logic trees for ground-motion prediction equations in seismic-hazard analysis, Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 95(2), 377-389.

Bommer, J. J. , and F. Scherbaum. (2005). Capturing and limiting ground-motion uncertainty in seismic hazard assessment. In P. Gulkan andJ. C. Anderson (Eds.), Future Directions in Instrumentation for Strong Motion and Engineering Seismology (pp. 25-40): Kluwer Academic Press.

Scherbaum, Frank, Jan Schmedes, and Fabrice Cotton (2004). On the Conversion of Source-to-Site Distance Measures for Extended Earthquake Source Models 10.1785/0120020201, Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 94(3), 1053-1069.

Scherbaum, F., F. Cotton, and P. Smit (2004). On the use of response spectral-reference data for the selection of ground-motion models for seismic hazard analysis: the case of rock motion,Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 94(6), 2164-2185.

Ohrnberger, M., F. Scherbaum, F. Krüger, R. Pelzing, and S. K. Reamer (2004). How good are shear wave velocity models in the Lower Rhine Embayment (NW-Germany) obtained from inversion of ambient vibrations?, Bolletino di Geofisica Teorica ed Applicata, 45(3), 215-232.

Malischewsky, P. G. , and F. Scherbaum (2004). Love's formula and H/V-ratio (ellipticity) of Rayleigh waves, Wave motion, 40, 57-67.

Kummerow, J., R. Kind, O. Oncken, P. Giese, T. Ryberg, K. Wylegalla, F. Scherbaum, and Transalp Working Group (2004). A natural and controlled source seismic profile through the Eastern Alps,EPSL, 225(1-2), 115-129.

Köhler, A., M. Ohrnberger, F. Scherbaum, S. Stange, and F. Kind (2004). Ambient vibration measurements in the Southern Rhine Graben close to Basle, Annals of Geophysics, 47(6), 1771-1781.

Hinzen, K. G., B. Weber, and F. Scherbaum (2004). On the resolution of H/V measurements to determine sediment thickness, a case study across a normal fault in the Lower Rhine Embayment, Germany, Journal of Earthquake Engineering, 8(6), 909-926.

Desert, Group, M. Weber, K. Abu-Ayyash, A. Abueladas, A. Agnon, H. Al-Amoush, A. Babeyko, Y. Bartov, M. Baumann, Z. Ben-Avraham, G. Bock, J. Bribach, R. El-Kelani, A. Förster, H. J. Förster, U. Frieslander, Z. Garfunkel, S. Grunewald, H. J. Götze, V. Haak, Ch Haberland, M. Hassouneh, S. Helwig, A. Hofstetter, K. H. Jäckel, D. Kesten, R. Kind, N. Maercklin, J. Mechie, A. Mohsen, F. M. Neubauer, R. Oberhänsli, I. Qabbani, O. Ritter, G. Rümpker, M. Rybakov, T. Ryberg, F. Scherbaum, J. Schmidt, A. Schulze, S. Sobolev, M. Stiller, H. Thoss, U. Weckmann, and K. Wylegalla (2004). The crustal structure of the Dead Sea Transform, GJI Tectonics and Geodynamics, 156, 655-681.

Bommer, J. J., F. Scherbaum, F. Cotton, H. Bungum, and F. Sabetta (2004). Discussion ’Uncertainty analysis of strong-motion and seismic hazard’ by R. Sigbjörnsson and N. N. Ambraseys, Bulletin of Earthquake Engineering, 2, 261-267.

Bommer, J. J., N. A. Abrahamson, F. O. Strasser, A. Pecker, P. Y. Bard, H. Bungum, F. Cotton, D. Fäh, F. Sabetta, F. Scherbaum, and J. Studer (2004). The challenge of defining upper bounds on earthquake ground motions, Seismological Research Letters, 75(1), 82-95.

Scherbaum, F., K. G. Hinzen, and M. Ohrnberger (2003). Determination of shallow shear wave velocity profiles in the Cologne Germany area using ambient vibrations, Geophysical Journal International, 152, 597-612.

Scherbaum, F. (2003). Analysis of Digital Earthquake Signals. In International Handbook of Earthquake and Engineering Seismology (Vol. 81A).

Hainzl, S., G. Zöller, and F. Scherbaum (2003). Earthquake clusters resulting from delayed rupture propagation in finite fault segments, Journal of Geophysical Research, 108(B1).

Haberland, Ch, A. Agnon, R. El-Kelani, N. Maercklin, I. Qabbani, G. Rümpker, T. Ryberg, F. Scherbaum, and M. Weber (2003). Modelling of seismic guided waves at the Dead Sea Transform,Journal of Geophysical Research, 108(B7), 2342, doi:2310.1029/2002JB002309.

Krüger, F., F. Scherbaum, J. W. C. Rosa, R. Kind, F. Zetsche, and J. Höhne (2002). Crustal and upper mantle structure in the Amazon region (Brazil) determined with broadband mobile stations,Journal of Geophysical Research, 107(B10), DOI: 10.1029/2001JB000598.

Falsaperla, S., J. Wassermann, and F. Scherbaum (2002). Polarization analyses of broadband seismic data recorded on Stromboli Volcano (Italy) from 1996 to 1999, Geophysical Research Letters, 29(10), 29-21 - 29-24.

Schmidtke, E. , and F. Scherbaum. (2001). Digital Seismology Tutor. In Of poles and zeros. Fundamentals of digital seismology (2 ed., Vol. 15, pp. 268): Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Scherbaum, F. (2001). Analysis of digital earthquake signals. In W. H. K. Lee, H. Kanamori andP. Jennings (Eds.), International Handbook of Earthquake and Engineering Seismology.

Scherbaum, F. (2001). Of poles and zeros. Fundamentals of digital seismology (Springer) (Vol. 15): Springer.

Krüger, F., M. Baumann, F. Scherbaum, and M. Weber (2001). Mid mantle scatterers near the Mariana slab detected with a double array technique, Geophysical Research Letters, 28(4), 667-670.

Hoshiba, M., A. Rietbrock, F. Scherbaum, H. Nakahara, and Ch Haberland (2001). Scattering attenuation and intrinsic absorption using uniform and depth dependent model - Application to full seismogram envelope recorded in Northern Chile, Journal of Seismology, 5, 157-179.

Bettig, Bruno, Pierre-Yves Bard, Frank Scherbaum, Judith Riepl, Fabrice Cotton, Cécile Cornou, and Denis Hatzfeld (2001). Analysis of dense array noise measurements using the modified spatial auto-correlation method (SPAC). Application to the Grenoble area, Bollettino Di Geofisica Teorica ed Applicata, 42(3-4), 281-304.

Thomas, Ch, H. Igel, M. Weber, and F. Scherbaum (2000). Acoustical simulation of P-wave propagation in an heterogeneous spherical earth: Numerical method and application to precursor waves to PKPdf, Geophysical Journal International, 141, 307-320.

Deichmann, N., J. Ansorge, F. Scherbaum, A. Aschwanden, F. Bernardi, and G. H. Gudmundsson (2000). Evidence for deep icequakes in an Alpine glacier, Annals of Glaciology, 31.

Thomas, Ch, M. Weber, Ch Wicks, and F. Scherbaum (1999). Small scatterers in the lower mantle observed at German broadband arrays, Journal Geophysical Research, 104, 15073-15088.

Rietbrock, A. , and F. Scherbaum (1999). Crustal scattering at the KTB from a combined microearthquake and receiver analysis, Geophysical Journal International, 136, 57-67.

Sato, H., M. Korn, and F. Scherbaum (1998). Stochastic seismology: Stochastic seismic wavefields and realistic media, Neustadt, Germany, 11-15 March 1996 (vol 104, pg R7, 1997), Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors, 106(3-4), 371-371.

Rietbrock, A. , and F. Scherbaum (1998). The GIANT analysis system (Graphical Interactive Aftershock Network Toolbox), Seismological Research Letters, 69, 40-45.

Weber, M., J. Schlittenhardt, F. Scherbaum, and F. Krüger. (1997). D" and the Lower-Most Mantle. In M. Korn (Ed.), Sonderdruck aus Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft Ten Years of German Regional Seismic Network (GRSN).

Schlittenhardt, J., M. Wolf, M. Weber, and F. Scherbaum. (1997). Amplitude Study of Core Phases Using Data of the German Regional Seismological Network (GRSN). In M. Korn (Ed.), TenYearsof German RegionalSeismicNetwork (GRSN).

Scherbaum, F., F. Krüger, and M. Weber (1997). Double beam imaging: Mapping lower mantle heterogeneities using combinations of source and receiver arrays, Journal of Geophysical Research,102(B1), 507-522.

Scherbaum, F. , and M. P. Bouin (1997). FIR Filter effects and nucleation phases, Geophysical Journal International, 130, 661-668.

Scherbaum, F. (1997). Zero Phase FIR filters in digital seismic acquisition systems: Blessing or Curse, EOS, 78(33), 343-343.

Sato, H., M. Korn, and F. Scherbaum (1997). Stochastic seismology - Stochastic seismic wave fields and realistic media, Neustadt, Germany 11-15 March 1996 - Preface, Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors, 104(1-3), VII-VIII.

Scherbaum, F. (1996). Of poles and zeros. Fundamentals of digital seismology (Kluwer) (Vol. 15): Kluwer.

Rietbrock, A., C. Tiberi, F. Scherbaum, and Caen H. Lyon (1996). Seismic slip on a low angle normal fault in the Gulf of Corinth: Evidence from high-resolution cluster analysis of microearthquakes,Geophysical Research Letters, 23(14), 1817-1820.

Krüger, F., F. Scherbaum, M. Weber, and J. Schlittenhardt (1996). Analysis of asymmetric multipathing with a generalization of the double beam method, Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 86, 737-749.

Hardt, M. , and F. Scherbaum (1996). Early Warning System Design: Performance Test for Multi-Method Magnitude Determination, Cahiers du Centre Europeen de Geodynamique et de Seismologie,12.

Schlindwein, V., J. Wassermann, and F. Scherbaum (1995). Spectral analysis of harmonic tremor signals at Mt. Semeru volcano, Indonesia, Geophysical Research Letters, 22, 1685-1688.

Riepl, J., A. Rietbrock, and F. Scherbaum (1995). Site response modelling by non-linear waveform inversion, Geophysical Research Letters, 22, 199-202.

Krüger, F., M. Weber, F. Scherbaum, and J. Schlittenhardt (1995). Evidence for normal and inhomogeneous lowermost mantle and core-mantle boundary structure under the arctic and northern Canada, Geophysical Journal International, 122, 637-657.

Hardt, Matthias , and Frank Scherbaum (1995). Determination of earthquake size by an early warning expert system, International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics, General Assembly, 21, 406.

Wassermann, J. , and F. Scherbaum (1994). Spectral features and polarization patterns of broadband seismic signals at station Serra la Nave, Mt. Etna, Sicily, Acta Volc., 5, 211-220.

Scherbaum, F., C. Palme, and H. Langer (1994). Model parameter optimization for site-dependent simulation of ground motion by simulated annealing: re-evaluation of the Ashigara Valley prediction experiment, Natural Hazards, 10(3), 275-296.

Scherbaum, F. (1994). Basic Concepts in Digital Signal Processing for Seismologists: Springer-Verlag New York, Inc (Mar 5 1996).

Scherbaum, F. (1994). What can we learn from aftershocks?, Geologie en Mijnbouw, 73, 241-252.

Scherbaum, F. (1994). Modelling the Roermond Earthquake of April 13, 1992 by stochastic simulation of its high frequency strong ground motion, Geophysical Journal International, 119, 31-43.

Rietbrock, A. , and F. Scherbaum (1994). Acoustic Imaging of Earthquake Sources from the Chalfant Valley, 1986, Aftershock Series, Geophysical Journal International, 119, 260-268.

Hardt, M. , and F. Scherbaum (1994). The Design of Optimum Multitask Networks for Aftershock Recordings, Geophysical Journal International, 117, 716-726.

Scherbaum, F., G. Schneider, and H. Langer. (1993). Herd- und Ausbreitungsvorgänge bei Erdbeben. In P. e. al (Ed.), Naturkatastrophen und Katastrophenvorbeugung: VCH Verlag.

Scherbaum, F. , and J. Johnson. (1993). PITSA, Programmable Interactive Toolbox for Seismological Analysis (Vol. 5).

Scherbaum, F. (1993). Nachbeben. In P. e. al (Ed.), Naturkatastrophen und Katastrophenvorbeugung: VCH Verlag.

Scherbaum, F. (1993). Short Course on First Principles of Digital Signal Processing for Seismologists. In W. Lee (Ed.), IASPEI Software Library (Vol. 5).

Krüger, F., M. Weber, F. Scherbaum, and J. Schlittenhardt (1993). Double beam analysis of anomalies in the core-mantle boundary region, Geophysical Research Letters, 20(14), 1475-1478.

Scherbaum, F. , and M. Hardt (1992). Optimizing the station distribution of seismic networks for aftershock recordings by simulated annealing, Cahiers du Centre Europeen de Geodynamique et de Seismologie, 6.

Scherbaum, F. , and H. Sato (1991). Inversion of full seismogram envelopes based on the parabolic approximation: estimation of randomness and attenuation in Southeast Honshu, Japan, Journal of Geophysical Research, 96(B2), 2223-2232.

Scherbaum, F., D. Gillard, and N. Deichmann (1991). Slowness power spectrum analysis of the coda composition of two microearthquake clusters in northern Switzerland, Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors, 67, 137-161.

Scherbaum, F. , and M. Wyss (1990). Distribution of attenuation in the Kaoiki Hawaii, source volume estimated by inversion of P wave spectra, Journal of Geophysical Research, 95(B8), 12439- 12448.

Scherbaum, F. (1990). Combined inversion for the three-dimensional Q structure and source parameters using microearthquake spectra, Journal of Geophysical Research, 95(B8), 12423-12438.

Zuniga, F. R., M. Wyss, and F. Scherbaum (1988). A moment-magnitude relation for Hawaii, Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 78, 370-374.

Scherbaum, F. (1987). Correction to Coda Q in the Adak Seismic Zone, Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 77(6), 2246-2246.

Scherbaum, F. (1987). Seismic imaging of the site response using microearthquake recordings, Part II, Application to the Swabian Jura, SW Germany, seismic network, Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 77, 1924-1944.

Scherbaum, F. (1987). Seismic imaging of the site response using microearthquake recordings, Part I, Method, Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 77, 1905-1923.

Scherbaum, F. (1987). Levinson-inversion of earthquake geometry SH-transmission seismograms in the presence of noise, Geophysical Prospecting, 35, 787-802.

Scherbaum, F. , and J. Wendler (1986). Cross spectral analysis of Swabian Jura (SW Germany) three-component microearthquake recordings, Journal of Geophysics, 60, 157-166.

Scherbaum, F. (1986). Comment on 'Stabilization of normal-incidence seismogram inversion removing the noise induced bias', Geophysical Prospecting, 34, 240.

Scherbaum, F. , and D. Stoll (1985). The estimation of Green's function from local earthquake recordings and the modelling of the site response, Phys. Earth and Planet. Int., 38, 189-202.

Scherbaum, F. , and C. Kisslinger (1985). Coda Q in the Adak Seismic Zone, Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 75, 615-620.

Scherbaum, F. , and C. Kisslinger (1984). Variations of apparent stresses and stress drops prior to the earthquake of 6 May 1984 (mb = 5.8) in the Adak Seismic Zone, Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 74, 2577-2592.

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