[SCG62-P04] Automatic Phase Picking of Seismograms by Deep Neural Network
Keywords:Earthquakes, Automatic Phase Picking, Deep Learning
I built an automatic phase picking system by a deep neural network with an inception module. I use seismograms from Hi-net for earthquakes in the northern Ibaraki prefecture and the Fukushima Hamadori areas, where the seismicity rate is high since the 2011 Tohoku-oki earthquake. The P and S arrivals are the manually picked ones in the JMA Unified Earthquake Catalog. I introduce the picking data as one-hot vectors.
The trained neural network gives P arrivals within 0.02 s from the JMA data for more than 70 % of seismograms. We empirically relate the output to the probability, which will give the accuracy of the arrival times given by the neural network.
We used the seismic data from Hi-net of NIED and the phase data from JMA. We also used the PyTorch library, and ABCI and AAIC supercomputers of AIST. This work is supported by Research Grants in the Natural Sciences by the Mitsubishi Foundation and AIST EDGE Runners project.