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Fig. 5 | Earth, Planets and Space

Fig. 5

From: Non-stationary ETAS to model earthquake occurrences affected by episodic aseismic transients

Fig. 5

Background rates of each kind of synthetic catalogs estimated using different number of splines \({{{M}}}\) and \({{{M}}}_{{\tau }}\). The estimated background rate function using all possible combinations of \(M=\{50,100,150,200,250,300\}\) and \(M_{\tau }=\{10,20,30,40,50,60\}\) such that \(M_{\tau }<M\), estimated using the models NS_L_MP and NS_Adapt for a typical Gaussian synthetic catalog are, respectively, shown in (a, c). These plots for a typical Omori’s law-type synthetic catalog are presented in (b, d). The true background rate functions (dotted line) are also shown

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