Earthquake Spectra

(The H4-Index of Earthquake Spectra is 25. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-09-01 to 2023-09-01.)
The promise of implementing machine learning in earthquake engineering: A state-of-the-art review181
The 2018 update of the US National Seismic Hazard Model: Overview of model and implications120
Classifying earthquake damage to buildings using machine learning110
Current Challenges and Future Trends in Analytical Fragility and Vulnerability Modeling103
The GEM Global Active Faults Database90
Development of a global seismic risk model78
A global hybrid VS30 map with a topographic slope–based default and regional map insets64
Development of the 2017 national seismic hazard maps of Indonesia55
Exposure model for European seismic risk assessment52
Practical limitations of earthquake early warning44
An open-source framework for regional earthquake loss estimation using the city-scale nonlinear time history analysis44
The 2018 version of the Global Earthquake Model: Hazard component43
Ergodic site amplification model for central and eastern North America36
EQSIM—A multidisciplinary framework for fault-to-structure earthquake simulations on exascale computers part I: Computational models and workflow35
Building-damage detection method based on machine learning utilizing aerial photographs of the Kumamoto earthquake34
Shake-Table Testing of a Full-Scale Two-Story Precast Wall-Slab-Wall Structure34
Near-fault seismic risk assessment of simply supported bridges34
Repair costs of reinforced concrete building components: from actual data analysis to calibrated consequence functions32
Large-scale experimental investigation of a low-cost PVC ‘sand-wich’ (PVC-s) seismic isolation for developing countries32
A machine learning damage prediction model for the 2017 Puebla-Morelos, Mexico, earthquake29
NGA-subduction global ground motion models with regional adjustment factors29
Uncertainty and Correlation in Seismic Vulnerability Functions of Building Classes29
Self-centering seismic-resistant structures: Historical overview and state-of-the-art28
Next-generation liquefaction database26
Field assessment of liquefaction prediction models based on geotechnical versus geospatial data, with lessons for each25
Simplified seismic loss assessment for optimal structural retrofit of RC buildings25
κ0for soil sites: Observations from KiK-net sites and their use in constraining small-strain damping profiles for site response analysis25