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 ===== Documentation ===== ===== Documentation =====
-  * [[http://​www.globalquakemodel.org/​media/​cms_page_media/​79/oq-manual-1_0.pdf | The OpenQuake-engine User instruction manual]]+  * [[https://​www.globalquakemodel.org/​media/​cms_page_media/​432/oq-manual-20-1.pdf | The OpenQuake-engine ​(v. 2.0) User instruction manual ​]] 
 +  * [[https://​www.globalquakemodel.org/​media/​cms_page_media/​432/​qaoq.pdf | The OpenQuake-engine testing and quality assurance procedures  ​]]
  
-===== Citations ===== 
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-==== Papers ==== 
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-  * Silva V, Crowley H, Pagani M , Modelli D , Pinho R (2014) Development of the OpenQuake engine, the global earthquake model’s open-source software for seismic risk assessment. Nat Haz 72:​1409–1427 [[http://​link.springer.com/​article/​10.1007/​s11069-013-0618-x#​page-1| Journal Article]] 
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-  * Gupta, I. D. (2013). Source-to-site distance distributions for area type of seismic sources used in PSHA applications. Natural hazards, 66(2): [[http://​www.researchgate.net/​publication/​257633248_Source-to-site_distance_distributions_for_area_type_of_seismic_sources_used_in_PSHA_applications|Article]] 
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-==== Abstracts ==== 
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-  * Pirchiner, M.; Drouet, S.; Assumpcao, M. (2013) Zoneless and Mixture techniques applied to the Integrated Brazilian PSHA using GEM-OpenQuake. American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting 2013, abstract #S11B-2361, [[http://​adsabs.harvard.edu/​abs/​2013AGUFM.S11B2361P|External Link]] 
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