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2016A comparison of observed and predicted ground motions from the 2015 MW7.8 Gorkha, Nepal, earthquakeHough S.E.; Martin S.S.; Gahalaut V.; Joshi A.; Landes M.; Bossu R.
2004A simplified method for simulation of strong ground motion using finite rupture model of the earthquake sourceJoshi A.; Midorikawa S.
2004A simplified technique for simulating wide-band strong ground motion for two recent Himalayan earthquakesJoshi A.
2012A strong motion model of the 2004 great Sumatra earthquake: Simulation using a modified semi empirical methodJoshi A.; Kumari P.; Sharma, Mukat Lal; Ghosh A.K.; Agarwal M.K.; Ravikiran A.
2006Analysis of strong motion data of the Uttarkashi earthquake of 20th October 1991 and the Chamoli Earthquake of 28th March 1999 for determining the Q value and source parametersJoshi A.
2008Attenuating the seismic interference noise on three-dimensional seismic data by frequency-receiver-shot (f-x-y) prediction filtersRajput S.; Thakur N.K.; Rao P.P.; Joshi A.
2005Attenuation characteristics of ground motion intensity from earthquakes with intermediate depthJoshi A.; Midorikawa S.
2013Attenuation Tomography Based on Strong Motion Data: Case Study of Central Honshu Region, JapanKumar P.; Joshi A.; Verma O.P.
2010AVO response for a complex double bottom simulating reflectors modelRajput S.; Thakur N.K.; Rao P.P.; Joshi A.
2015Body Wave Crustal Attenuation Characteristics in the Garhwal Himalaya, IndiaNegi S.S.; Paul A.; Joshi A.; Kamal,
2015Coda wave attenuation characteristics for Kumaon and Garhwal Himalaya, IndiaKumar A.; Sinvhal A.; Joshi A.; Kumar D.; Sandeep; Kumar P.
2015Detailed attenuation study of shear waves in the Kumaon Himalaya, India, using the inversion of strong-motion dataKumar P.; Joshi A.; Sandeep; Kumar A.; Chadha R.K.
2012Determination of Q ?(f) in Different Parts of Kumaon Himalaya from the Inversion of Spectral Acceleration DataJoshi A.; Kumar P.; Mohanty M.; Bansal A.R.; Dimri V.P.; Chadha R.K.
2018Determination of site effect and anelastic attenuation at Kathmandu, Nepal Himalaya region and its use in estimation of source parameters of 25 April 2015 Nepal earthquake M w = 7.8 and its aftershocks including the 12 May 2015 M w = 7.3 eventKumar P.; Joshi A.; Kumar S.; Sandeep; Lal S.
2014Effect of frequency-dependent radiation pattern in the strong motion simulation of the 2011 Tohoku earthquake, Japan, using modified semi-empirical methodSandeep; Joshi A.; Kamal,; Kumar P.; Kumar A.
2017Emergence of the semi-empirical technique of strong ground motion simulation: A reviewSandeep; Joshi A.; Kumari P.; Lal S.; Vandana; Kumar P.; Kamal,
2012Estimation of model parameter of Sumatra earthquake using empirical Green's function technique and generation of hypothetical earthquake scenario for Andaman Island, IndiaJoshi A.; Kumari P.; Kumar S.; Sharma, Mukat Lal; Ghosh A.K.; Agarwal M.K.; Ravikiran A.
2016Estimation of the source parameters of the Nepal earthquake from strong motion dataJoshi A.; Tomer M.; Lal S.; Chopra S.; Singh, Sandeep; Prajapati S.; Sharma, Mukat Lal; Sandeep
2010Expected peak ground acceleration in Uttarakhand Himalaya, India region from a deterministic hazard modelJoshi A.; Mohan K.
2014Fast marching method to study traveltime responses of three dimensional numerical models of subsurfaceKumbhakar C.; Joshi A.; Kumari P.; Deep K.; Nagar A.; Pant M.; Bansal J.C.