computational seismology is currently possible to achieve which needs highly
connection between seismic database and high performance computing. We have
developed a real-time moment tensor monitoring system (RMT) by
using continuous BATS records, moment tensor inversion and grid search
techniques. Recent achievement shows that the source
parameters, including event time, event location, magnitude, moment tensor and
focal mechanism can be obtain simultaneously within 120 seconds once the
the point source parameters are determined, the follow-up near real-time earthquake
simulation (ShakeMovie & ShakeMap) can be done through
Real-time Online earthquake Simulation system (ROS)
within 3 minutes. Combine RMT with ROS, the computational seismology earthquake
including the real-time source parameters, synthetic seismic wave propagation
and ShakeMap will provide in 5 minutes when an earthquake occurred in Taiwan.
These numerical earthquake simulation results can apply
to the study of seismology and can give contribution to reduce the time needed in the seismic hazard assessment.