Many biological, physical and social systems exhibit correlations in their dynamics across multiple time scales. Such correlations manifest themselves as a broad spectrum of relaxation times and a 1/f decay in the power spectrum, which reflects temporal self-similarity in the dynamics. Such spectra are observed Read more
In statistics and probability theory, a point process is a collection of mathematical points randomly located within a mathematical space such as the real line. In earthquake science, such processes are often used to model the occurrence of earthquake events in time, as stress builds in the Earth’s crust before being released at specific moments.
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