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From SSA 2013 Annual Meeting Session on "Implementation of Physics-Based Earthquake Source and Ground Motion Findings in Engineering Solution Models":

  • Luco N., Jordan T.H. & Rezaeian, S. (2013). Progress of the Southern California Earthquake Center Technical Activity Group on Ground Motion Simulation Validation. Seismological Research Letters, 84(2).
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From SSA 2012 Annual Meeting Session on "Validation of Strong Ground Motion Simulations for Engineering Applications":

  • Ameri G. & Gallovic F. (2012). Ground motion simulations for the 2009 L'Aguila (Central Italy) earthquake: Modeling and validation. Seismological Research Letters, 83(2).
  • Flinchum B.A., Savran W.H., Smith K.D., Louie J.N., Pullammanappallil S.K., Pancha A. (2012). Validation of Las Vegas basin response to the 1992 Little Skull Mtn. earthquake as predicted by physics-based Nevada ShakeZoning computations. Seismological Research Letters, 83(2).
  • Galasso C., Zhong P. & Zareian F. (2012). A statistical analysis of the response of linear and nonlinear building systems to observed and simulated ground motions for past earthquakes. Seismological Research Letters, 83(2).
  • Goda K. & Atkinson G.M. (2012). Nonlinear response potential evaluation using stochastically simulated accelerograms. Seismological Research Letters, 83(2).
  • Goulet C.A., Haselton C.B. & Bayless J. (2012). Comparisons of nonlinear building response simulations using recorded and simulated ground motions. Seismological Research Letters, 83(2).
  • Jayaram N. & Shome N. (2012). A statistical analysis of the response of tall buildings to recorded and simulated ground motions. Seismological Research Letters, 83(2).
  • Karimzadeh-Naghshineh S., Askan A., Ameri G. & Yakut A. (2012). Assessment of synthetic ground motion records obtained from alternative simulation methods in dynamic analyses of multi-storey frame buildings. Seismological Research Letters, 83(2).
  • Olsen K.B. (2012). Validation of broadband synthetic seismograms with earthquake engineering-relevant metrics. Seismological Research Letters, 83(2).
  • Pei S., van de Lindt J.W., Hartzell S. & Luco N. (2012). Wood frame building damage predication using broad-band synthetic ground motions: A comparative study. Seismological Research Letters, 83(2).
  • Rezaeian S. (2012). A method for validation of simulated ground motions using time-domain cumulative statistical characteristics. Seismological Research Letters, 83(2).
  • Taborda R. & Bielak J. (2012). Validation of a 4-Hz physics-based simulation of the 2008 Chino Hills earthquake. Seismological Research Letters, 83(2).

Others:

  • Bradley, B.A. (2011) A framework for validation of seismic response analyses using seismometer array recordings. Soil Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering, 31(3), pp. 512-520.
  • Bradley, B.A., Cubrinovski, M., Dhakal, R.P., & MacRae, G.A. (2010) Probabilistic seismic performance and loss assessment of a bridge–foundation–soil system. Soil Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering, 30(5), pp. 395-411.
  • Iervolino I., De Luca F., & Cosenza E. (2010). Spectral shape-based assessment of SDOF nonlinear response to real, adjusted and artificial accelerograms. Engineering Structures, 32(9): 2776-2792.
  • Jones P. & Zareian F. (2011). Seismic response of a 40-storey buckling-restrained braced frame designed for the Los Angeles region. The Structural Design of Tall and Special Buildings. doi: 10.1002/tal.687.