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Seismic collapse risk assessment of buildings: effects of intensity measure selection and computational approach 
L. Eads, E. Miranda and D.G. Lignos 

183 
Advancement of HazardConsistent Ground Motion Selection Methodology 
T. Lin, J. Baker 
Aug 2013 
182 
Damage Diagnosis Algorithms using Statistical Pattern Recognition for Civil Structures Subjected to Earthquakes 
H.Y. Noh, A.S. Kiremidjian 
Jun 2013 
181 
Characterization and Modeling of Biobased Composites and Structural Insulated Panels 
A.T. Michel, S.L. Billington 
Jun 2013 
180 
A Probabilistic Framework to Include the Effects of NearFault Directivity in Seismic Hazard Assessment 
S.K. Shahi, J. Baker 
May 2013 
179 
Mechanical and Environmental Characterization of BioBased Composites 
S.A. Miller, M.D. Lepech and S.L. Billington 
May 2013 
178 
Seismic Performance of Steel Corrugated Shear Wall 
L.G. Vigh, A.B. Liel, S. Tipping, E. Miranda, G.G. Deierlein 
Aug 2012 
177 
Sidesway Collapse of Deteriorating Structural Systems Under Seismic Excitations 
D. Lignos and H. Krawinkler 
Jul 2012 
176 
Stochastic Model for Earthquake Ground Motion using Wavelet Packets 
Y. Yamamoto and J. Baker 
Apr 2011 
175 
Probabilistic Seismic Lifeline Risk Assessment Using Efficient Sampling and Data Reduction Techniques 
N. Jayaram and J. Baker 
May 2010 
174 
Seismic Design and Behavior of SelfCentering Braced Frame with Controlled Rocking and Energy Dissipating Fuses 
X. Ma, H. Krawinkler, and G.G. Deierlein 
Mar 2011 
173 
Design and behavior of steel shear plates with openings as energydissipating fuses 
X. Ma, E. Borchers, A. Peña, H. Krawinkler, S. Billington and G. Deierlein 
Mar 2010 
172 
Largescale testing and simulation of earthquake induced ultra low cycle fatigue in bracing members subjected to cyclic inelastic buckling 
B. V. Fell, A. M. Kanvinde and G.G. Deierlein 
Aug 2010 
171 
BuildingSpecific Loss Estimation Methods & Tools for Simplified PerformanceBased Earthquake Engineering 
C. M. Ramirez and E. Miranda 
May 2009 
170 
Testing and Probablilistic Simulation of Ductile Fracture Initiation in Structural Steel Components and Weldments 
A.T. Myers, G.G. Deierlein and A. Kanvinde 
May 2009 
169 
Simplified Performance Based Earthquake Engineering 
F. Zareian and H. Krawinkler 
Apr 2009 
168 
Mechanical Characterization and Structural Assessment of Biocomposites for Construction 
S.J. Christian and S. Billington 
Mar 2009 
167 
Wireless Sensing and Decentralized Control for Civil Structures: Theory and Implementation 
Y. Wang and K.H. Law 
Sep 2007 
166 
Assessing the Collapse Risk of California's Existing Reinforced Concrete Frame Structures: Metrics for Seismic Safety Decisions 
A.B. Liel and G.G. Deierlein 
Jun 2008 
165 
Damage Diagnosis Algorithms for Wireless Structural Health Monitoring 
K.N. Kesavan and A.S. Kiremidjian 
Nov 2007 
164 
Development of Algorithms for Building Inventory Compilation through Remote Sensing and Statistical Inferencing 
P. Sarabandi and A.S. Kiremidjian 
Sep 2007 
163 
Collapse Performance Assessment of SteelFramed Buildings under Fires 
J. Takagi and G.G. Deierlein 
Mar 2007 
162 
Probabilistic Seismic Assessment of Floor Acceleration Demands in MultiStory Buildings 
S. TaghaviArdakan and E. Miranda 
Jun 2006 
161 
Probabilistic Seismic Demand Analysis using Advanced Ground Motion Intensity Measures, Attenuation Relationships, and NearFault Effects 
P. Tothong and C.A. Cornell 
Jan 2007 
160 
RateDependence in High Performance FiberReinforced Cementitious Composites for Seismic Retrofits 
K.S. Douglas and S. Billington 
Mar 2007 
159 
Simulation and PerformanceBased Earthquake Engineering Assessment of SelfCentering PostTensioned Concrete Bridge Systems 
W. Lee and S. Billington 
Mar 2007 
158 
Evaluation of Precast, HighPerformance FiberReinforced Concrete Infill Panels for Seismic Retrofit of Steel Frame Buildings: Phase 1  Cyclic Testing of Single Panel Components 
C. Olsen and S. Billington 
Jan 2009 
157 
Probabilistic Earthquake Loss Estimation and Loss Disaggregation in Buildings 
H. Aslani and E. Miranda 
Jun 2005 
156 
Assessing Seismic Collapse Safety of Modern Reinforced Concrete Moment Frame Buildings 
C.B. Haselton and G.G. Deierlein 
Feb 2007 
155 
Validation of the Seismic Performance of Composite RCS Frames: FullScale Testing, Analytical Modeling, and Seismic Design 
P.P. Cordova and G.G. Deierlein 
Sep 2005 
154 
Treatment of Uncertainties in Seismic Risk Analysis of Transportation Systems 
E. Stergiou and A.S.. Kiremidjian 
Mar 2006 
153 
PerformanceBased Assessment of Existing Structures Accounting for Residual Displacements 
J. RuizGarcia and E. Miranda 
Aug 2005 
152 
Global Collapse of Frame Structures under Seismic Excitations 
L.F. Ibarra and H. Krawinkler 
Aug 2005 
151 
Seismic Perfomance, Capacity and Reliability of Structures as Seen Through Incremental Dynamic Analysis 
D. Vamvatsikos and C.A. Cornell 
Aug 2005 
150 
VectorValued Ground Motion Intensity Measures for Probabilistic Seismic Demand Analysis 
J.W. Baker and C.A. Cornell 
Sep 2005 
149 
Stochastic Characterization and Decision Bases under TimeDependent Aftershock Risk in PerformanceBased Earthquake Engineering 
G.L. Yeo and C.A. Cornell 
Apr 2005 
148 
Correlation of Observed Building Performance with Measured Ground Motion 
S.A. King, A.S. Kiremidjian, P. Sarabandi, and D. Pachakis 
Feb 2005 
147 
Finite Element Formulation of PoroElasticity Suitable for Large Deformation Dynamic Analysis 
C. Li and R Borja 
Feb 2005 
146 
Estimation of Downtime Related Revenue Losses in Maritime Ports due to Earthquakes 
D. Pachakis and A.S. Kiremidjian 
Jan 2005 
145 
Micromechanical Simulation of EarthquakeInduced Fracture in Steel Structures 
A.M. Kanvinde and G.G. Deierlein 
Jul 2004 
144 
Seismic Demands for NonDeteriorating Frame Structures and their Dependence on Ground Motions 
R.A. Medina and H. Krawinkler 
Oct 2003 
143 
Economic Consequences of Catastrophes Triggered by Natural Hazards 
T.L. Murlidharan and H.C. Shah 
Sep 2003 
142 
Uncertainty Specification and Propagation for Loss Estimation Using FOSM Methods 
J. Baker and C.A. Cornell 
Jun 2003 
141 
An InternetEnabled Software Framework for the Collaborative Development of a Structural Analysis Program 
J. Peng and K.H. Law 
Oct 2002 
140 
Decentralization of Wireless Monitoring and Control Technologies for Smart Civil Structures 
J.P. Lynch and K.H. Law 
Aug 2002 
139 
AssemblyBased Vulnerability of Buildings and Its Uses in Seismic Performance Evaluation and Risk Management DecisionMaking 
K.A. Porter and A.S. Kiremidjian 
Feb 2001 
138 
Effects of NearFault Ground Motions on Frame Structures 
B. Alavi and H. Krawinkler 
Feb 2001 
137 
Dynamic Theory of Mixtures and Its Finite Element Implementation for Nonlinear Analysis of Ground Motion Induced by Seismic Shaking 
C.H. Lin and R.I. Borja 
Aug 2000 
136 
Integration of Analytical Investigations on the Fracture Behavior of Welded Moment Resisting Connections 
W.M. Chi and G.G. Deierlein 
Aug 2000 
135 
Modeling of Assessment of Seismic Performance of Composite Frames with Reinforced Concrete Columns and Steel Beams 
S.S.F. Mehanny and G.G. Deierlein 
Aug 2000 
134 
Modeling of Earthquake Ground Motion in the Frequency Domain 
H. Trainsson, A.S. Kiremidjian and S. Winterstein 
Jun 2000 
133 
Performance Evaluation of Vibration Controlled Steel Structures under Seismic Loading 
L.R. Barroso and H. A. Smith 
Jun 1999 
132 
Seismic Demands for Performance Evaluation of Steel Moment Resisting Frame Structures 
A. Gupta and H. Krawinkler 
Jun 1999 
131 
A Bayesian Probabilistic Approach to Damage Detection for Civil Structures 
H. Sohn and K.H. Law 
Jan 1999 
130 
Effects of Vertical Irregularities on Seismic Behavior of Building Structures 
A.A.K. AlAli and H. Krawinkler 
Dec 1998 
129 
Nonlinear Dynamic SoilStructure Interaction Analysis and Application to Lotung Problem 
H.Y. Chao and R.I. Borja 
Nov 1998 
128 
A Modular, Wireless Damage Monitoring System for Structures 
E.G. Straser and A.S. Kiremidjian 
Sep 1998 
127 
Evaluation of Bridge Damage Data from the Loma Prieta and Northridge, CA Earthquakes 
N.I. Basöz and A.S. Kiremidjian 
Nov 1997 
126 
Methodologies for Evaluating the SocioEconomic Consequences of Large Earthquakes 
A.S. Kiremidjian, S.A. King, N.I. Basöz, K.H. law, M. Vucetic, M. Doroudian, V. Iskandar, R. Olson, J. Eidinger, K. Goettel and G. Horner 
Oct 1997 
125 
Nonlinear Controller using Variable Damping Elements for Civil Structures 
T. Hatada and H.A. Smith 
Sep 1997 
124 
A Stochastic Automata Network for Earthquake Simulation and Hazard Estimation 
M.E. Belubekian and A.S. Kiremidjian 
Aug 1997 
123 
Modeling and Active Control of CableStayed Bridges Subject to MultipleSupport Seismic Excitation 
A.G. Schemmann and H.A. Smith 
Jun 1997 
122 
Performance Based Strategy Evaluation Methodology for Earthquake Risk Management 
A. Gupta and H.C. Shah 
Jun 1997 
121 
An Urban Earthquake Disaster Risk Index 
R. A. Davidson 
Jun 1997 
120 
Evaluation of Inelastic MDOF Effects for Seismic Design 
G.D.P.K. Seneviratna and H. Krawinkler 
Jun 1997 
119 
A Method for Earthquake MotionDamage Relationships with Application to Reinforced Concrete Frames 
A. Singhal and A.S. Kiremidjian 
Oct 1996 
118 
Risk Assessment for Highway Transportation Systems 
N.I. Basöz and A.S. Kiremidjian 
Nov 1996 
117 
Effects of Architectural Walls on Building Response to Ambient and Seismic Excitations 
V.L. Vance and H.A. Smith 
Jun 1996 
116 
H Control for Vibration Control of Civil Structures in Seismic Zones 
J.G. Chase and H.A. Smith 
Sep 1995 
115 
Method for Developing Motion Damage Relationships for Reinforced Concrete Frames 
A. Singhal and A.S. Kiremidjian 
Jan 1995 
114 
Prioritization of Bridges for Seismic Retrofitting 
N.I. Basöz and A.S. Kiremidjian 
Jan 1995 
113 
Adaptive Dynamic Analysis Considering Structural Lifespan: An Approach Based on Fuzzy Mathematics 
S. WadiaFascetti and H.A. Smith 
Aug 1994 
112 
Optimal Structural Control Considering SoilStructure Interaction Effects 
W.H. Wu and H.A. Smith 
Jul 1994 
111 
Regional Seismic Hazard and Risk Analysis through Geographic Information Systems 
S.A. King and A.S. Kiremidjian 
Jun 1994 
110 
Wind Hazard Analysis in HurricaneProne Regions 
H.C.J. Lai and A.S. Kiremidjian 
Dec 1993 
109 
Vibration Analysis Skeletal Systems using a Mixed Formulation with an ArnoldiBased Nonlinear Eigensolution in Technique 
R.K. Singh and H.A. Smith 
Dec 1993 
108 
Effects of Soft Soil and Hysteresis Model on Seismic Demands 
M. Rahnama and H. Krawinkler 
Jul 1993 
107 
Computer Assisted Conceptual Structural Design of Steel Buildings 
H. Fuyama, H. Krawinkler and K.H. Law 
Jul 1993 
106 
U.S./P.R.C. Workshop on Experimental Methods in Earthquake Engineering 
Edited by H. Krawinkler and B. Zhu 
Jul 1993 
105 
A Method for Structural Safety Evaluation under MainshockAftershock Earthquake Sequences 
Y. Sunasaka and A.S. Kiremidjian 
Jul 1993 
104 
A Generalized SemiMarkov Process for Modeling Spatially and Temporally Dependent Earthquakes 
K.A. Lutz and A.S. Kiremidjian 
Jul 1993 
103 
Nonlinear Seismic Analysis and Design of Reinforced Concrete Buildings: Supplementary Proceedings of a Workshop Held in Bled, Slovenia, July 1316, 1992 
Edited by H. Krawinkler and P. Fajfar. Published in conjunction with the Institute for Structural and Earthquake Engineering, Department of Civil Engineering, University of Ljubljana 
Dec 1992 
102 
An Integrated Inventory Methodolgy for Seismic Damage Assessment 
R. Vasudevan, A.S. Kiremidjian, and H.C. Howard 
Dec 1992 
101 
A Methodology for Nonlinear SoilStructure Interaction Effects Using TimeDomain Analysis Techniques 
R. I. Borja and H. A. Smith 
Jun 1992 
100 
A Seismic Monitoring and AlarmSystem in Real Time (SMART) for Intelligent Structures 
Y. Takeuchi, H.A. Smith, and H. C. Shah 
Jun 1992 
99 
Optimum Resource Allocation for Seismic Retrofit of Structures: A Strategy for Seismic Risk Management 
P. Stojanovski, M. F. Bendimerad, and H. C. Shah 
Jun 1992 
98 
Identification of High Risk Areas Through Integrated Building Inventories 
Dimitris N. Rentzis, Anne S. Kiremidjian, and H. Craig Howard 
Mar 1992 
97 
Simple SiteDependent Ground Motion Parameters for the San Francisco Bay Region 
A.S. Kiremidjian, S. King, M. Sugito, and H.C. Shah 
Nov 1991 
96 
Extension of Study on Fundamental Period of Reinforced Concrete MomentResisting Frame Structures 
F.M. Bendimerad, H.C. Shah, and T. Hoskins 
Jun 1991 
95 
Seismic Demands for SDOF and MDOF Systems 
A.A. Nassar and H. Krawinkler 
Jun 1991 
94 
Method for Rock Fissure Hazard Analysis 
M. Noda and A.S. Kiremidjian 
Mar 1991 
93 
Seismic Zoning and Ground Motion Parameters for El Salvador 
C.S. Alfaro, A.S. Kiremidjian and R.A. White 
Dec 1990 
92 
Random Field Models of Spatially Varying Ground Motions 
K. Tamura, S.R. Winterstein and H.C. Shah 
Oct 1990 
91 
Seismic Studies on SmallScale Models of Adobe Houses 
E.L. Tolles III and H. Krawinkler 
Oct 1990 
90 
Strength and Ductility Considerations in Seismic Design 
J.D. Osteraas and H. Krawinkler 
Aug 1990 
89 
Seismic Reliability Analysis Methods for Elevated Spherical Tanks 
A.T.Y. Tung and A.S. Kiremidjian 
Jun 1989 
88 
A Stochastic Ground Motion Forecast Model with Geophysical Considerations 
S. Suzuki and A.S. Kiremidjian 
Sep 1988 
87 
Fundamental Period of Reinforced Concrete MomentResisting Frame Structures 
V.V. Bertero, F.M. Bendimerad and H.C. Shah 
Oct 1988 
86 
A SemiMarkovian Model for LowCycle ElasticPlastic Fatigue Crack Growth 
F.H. AlSugair 
Jul 1988 
85 
Seismic Hazard Evaluation for Sites in California: Development of an Expert System 
M. Lamarre 
Jun 1988 
84 
A Nonstationary Probablilistic Model for Pore Pressure Development and Site Response Due to Seismic Excitation 
J.N. Wang and E. Kavazanjian, Jr. 
Aug 1987 
83 
Structural System Reliability Analysis Method 
A. Karamchandani 
Jul 1987 
82 
A Study of Factors Influencing Floor Response Spectra in Nonlinear MultiDegreeofFreedom Structures 
R.T. Sewell, C.A. Cornell, G.R. Toro (REI) and R.K. McGuire (REI) 
Nov 1986 
81 
Risk Analysis and Seismic Safety of Existing Buildings 
H.M. Thurston, W. Dong, A.C. Boissonnade, F. Neghabat, J.M. Gere and H.C. Shah 
Dec 1986 
80 
Site Hazard Analysis Methods with Empirical and Geophysical Ground Motion Models 
S. Suzuki and A.S. Kiremidjian 
Aug 1986 
79 
Reliability of Tall columns Subjected to Nonstationary Vertical and Horizontal Ground Motions 
R.J. Nielsen 
Jul 1986 
78 
SHASYS  A Software Package for Component and System Reliability Analysis 
A. Karamchandani, Y.F. Guenard and K. Ortiz 
May 1986 
77 
The Mexico Earthquake of September 1985, A Preliminary Report 
S. Suzuki and A.S. Kiremidjian 
Jan 1986 
76 
A Stochastic Earthquake Recurrence Model with Temporal and Spatial Dependence 
T. Anagnos and A.S. Kiremidjian 
Nov 1985 
75 
SmallScale Model Experimentation on Steel Assemblies, U.S.Japan Research Program 
B.J. Wallace and H. Krawinkler 
Jun 1985 
74 
SmallScale Model Experimentation on R/C Assemblies, U.S.Japan Research Program 
B.J. Wallace and H. Krawinkler 
Jun 1985 
73 
Pore Water Pressure Development in NonUniform Cyclic Triaxial Tests 
JN. Wang and E. Kavazanjian, Jr. 
Apr 1985 
72 
Seismic Risk to Major Industrial Facilities 
A.S. Kiremidjian, K. Ortiz, R. Nielson, B. Safavi 
Jan 1985 
71 
Application of System Reliability Analysis to Offshore Structures 
Y.F. Guenard 
Nov 1984 
70 
Preliminary Safety Evaluation of Existing Dams, Volume II  User Manual 
M.W. McCann, Jr., J.B. Franzini, E. Kavazanjian, Jr. and H.C. Shah 
Nov 1985 
69 
Preliminary Safety Evaluation of Existing Dams, Volume I 
M.W. McCann, Jr., J.B. Franzini, E. Kavazanjian, Jr. and H.C. Shah 
Nov 1985 
68 
Earthquake Insurance Risk 
A.C. Boissonnade and H.C. Shah 
Jan 1985 
67 
Use of Pattern Recognition and Fuzzy Sets in Seismic Risk Analysis 
A.C. Boissonnade and H.C. Shah 
Jan 1985 
66 
Simplified Seismic Reliability Analysis on Earth Dams 
R.T. Sewell 
Jul 1984 
65 
Probabilistic Analysis of Combined Dynamic Responses 
G.R. Toro 
Nov 1984 
64 
Diffusion Model and the Energy Fluctuation Scale: A Unified Approach to Extremes and Fatigue 
S.R. Winterstein 
Nov 1984 
63 
A Computer Program for Nonstationary Analysis and Simulation of Stong Motion Earthquake Records 
B. Tilliouine, J. Azevedo and H.C. Shah 
Mar 1984 
62 
Computer Program for Seismic Hazard Analysis  A User Manual  (Stanford Seismic Hazard Analysis  STASHA) 
W.L. Chiang, G.A. Guidi, C.P. Mortgat, C.C. Schoof and H.C. Shah 
Jan 1984 
61 
Recommendations for Experimental Studies on the Seismic Behavior of Steel Components and Materials 
H. Krawinkler, M. Zohrei, B. LashkariIrvani, N. Cofie and H. HadidiTamjed 
Sep 1983 
60 
Probabilistic Evaluation of Liquifaction Potential for Downtown San Francisco 
E. Kavazanjian, Jr., R.A. Roth and H. Schezuria 
Apr 1983 
59 
The Influence of Cementation of the Static and Dynamic Behavior of Sands 
N. Shafii Rad and G.W. Clough 
Dec 1982 
58 
Stanford Database for Earthquakes in the United States 
R. Nielsen 
Oct 1982 
55 
Frequency Domain Corrections of Earthquake Accelerograms with Experimental Verifications 
O. Khemici and H.C. Shah 
Jun 1982 
54 
A Time Domain Analysis of Seismic Ground Motions Based on Geophysical Parameters 
M.A. DeHerrera and T.C. Zsutty 
Mar 1982 
53 
Characteristics of the Strong Ground Motion Recorded During the October 15, 1979 Imperial Valley Earthquake 
C. RodriguezMinondo 
Apr 1984 
52 
Behavior of Weakly Cemented Soil Slopes Under Static and Seismic Loading Conditions, Volume II 
R.C. Bachus, G.W. Clough, N. Sitar, N. ShafiiRad, J. Crosby and P. Kaboli 
Jul 1981 
51 
Probabilistic and Hazard Analysis for Pore Pressure Increase in Soils Due to Seismic Loading 
J.L. Chameau 
May 1981 
50 
Theory and Application of Experimental Model Analysis in Earthquake Engineering 
P.D. Moncarz and H. Krawinkler 
Jun 1981 
49 
A Preliminary Investigation of the Dynamic Response of the Imperial County Services Buildings During the October 15, 1979 Imperial Valley Earthquake 
J. M. Pauschke, C. S. Olievira, H. C. Shah, T. C. Zsutty 
Jan 1981 
48 
Static and Dynamic Analysis of Plane and Space Frames 
M. Eisenberg and W. Weaver 
Dec 1980 
47 
A Bayesian Geophysical Model for Seismic Hazard 
M.W. McCann, Jr. 
May 1981 
46 
RMS Acceleration and Duration of Strong Ground Motion 
M.W. McCann Jr. 
Jun 1980 
45 
Determination of the Dynamic Material Properties of Soils from the Result of Static Shear Tests 
E. Kavazanjian, Jr. and T. HadjHamou 
Jun 1980 
44 
Behavior of Weakly Cemented Soil Slopes Under Static and Seismic Loading Conditions 
N. Sitar, G.W. Clough and R.C. Bachus 
Jun 1980 
43 
Seismic Preformance Analysis of Spatially Distributed Systems 
H. MonzonDespang 
Jun 1980 
42 
A Comparison of Earthquake Building Code Regulations 
J.T. Egbert III 
May 1980 
41 
Experimental Study on the Seismic Behavior of Industrial Storage Racks 
H. Krawinkler, N.G. Cofie, M.A. Astiz and C.A. Kircher 
Nov 1979 
40 
Performance of a 230 KV ATB 7 Power Circuit Breaker Mounted on GAPEC Seismic Isolators 
C.A. Kircher, G.C. Delfosse, C.C. Schoof, O. Khemici and H.C. Shah 
Sep 1979 
39 
Model Tests on Earthquake Simulators  Development and Implementation of Experimental Procedures 
R.S. Mills, H. Krawinkler, and J.M. Gere 
Jun 1979 
38 
Seismic Hazard Analysis of Honduras 
A.S. Kiremidjian, P. Sutch and H.C. Shah 
Dec 1979 
37 
Risk and Public Policy 
M.E. Pate 
Jul 1979 
36 
Computer Programs for Seismic Hazard Analysis  A User Manual (Stanford Seismic Hazard Analysis  STASHA) 
G.A. Guidi 
Apr 1979 
35 
A Study of the Behavior of the San Francisco Waterfront Fills Under Seismic Loading 
G.W. Clough and J.L. Chameau 
Feb 1979 
34 
Determination of Seismic Design Parameters: A Stochastic Approach 
J.B. Savy 
Dec 1978 
33 
Seismic Risk Analysis for California State Water Project 
A.S. Kiremidjian and H.C. Shah 
Oct 1978 
32 
Seismic Analysis of Oil Refinery Structures, Part II  Evaluation of Seismic Design Criteria 
R.E. Scholl, R.M. Czarnecki, C.A. Kircher, H.C. Shah and J.M. Gere 
Sep 1978 
31 
Seismic Analysis of Oil Refinery Structures, Part 1  Experimental and Analytical Studies of Tall Columns 
C.A. Kircher, R.M. Czarnecki, R.E. Scholl, H.C. Shah and J.M. Gere 
Sep 1978 
30 
Public Policy in Earthquake Effects Mitigation: Earthquake Engineering and Earthquake Prediction 
M.E. Pate 
May 1978 
29 
Probabilistic SiteDependent Response Spectra 
A.S. Kiremidjian and H.C. Shah 
Apr 1978 
28 
A Bayesian Approach to Seismic Hazard Mapping; Development of Stable Design Parameters 
C.P. Mortgat and H.C. Shah 
Mar 1978 
27 
Ambient and Forced Vibration Analysis of Full Scale Structures 
C.A. Kircher 
Nov 1977 
26 
Seismic Hazard Mapping for Guatemala 
A.S. Kiremidjian, H.C. Shah, and L. Lubetkin 
May 1977 
25 
A Study of Seismic Risk for Costa Rica 
C.P. Mortgat, T.C. Zsutty, H.C. Shah and L. Lubetkin 
Apr 1977 
24 
Seismic Risk Analysis For Calfornia State Water Project  Reach B 
H.C. Shah, M. Movassate, and L. Lubetkin 
Dec 1976 
23 
Solution Techniques for Linear and Nonlinear Dynamics of Structures Modeled Finite Elements 
H. Adeli 
Jun 1976 
22 
Seismic Risk Analysis For Calfornia State Water Project  Reach C 
H.C. Shah, M. Movassate, and T.C. Zsutty 
Mar 1976 
21 
Seismic Hazard Mapping of California 
A.S. Kiremidjian and H.C. Shah 
Nov 1975 
20 
Determination of the Dynamic Characteristics of Full Scale Structures by the Application of Fourier Analysis 
C.A. Kircher 
Nov 1975 
19 
Decision of Optimal Structural Safety 
R.B. Kulkarni 
May 1975 
18 
Analysis of SoilFoundationStructure Interaction During Earthquakes 
K. Ukaji 
Mar 1975 
17 
Earthquake Damage Prediction: A Technological Assessment 
J.A. Blume, E.C.W. Wang, R.E. Scholl and H.C. Shah 
Oct 1975 
16 
On Stochastic Load Combination 
W. Bosshard 
Jul 1975 
15 
Probabilistic Seismic Exposure and Structural Risk Evaluation 
J.S. Dalal 
Jan 1975 
14 
Ambient Vibration Study of Six Similar HighRise Apartment Buildings 
C.A. Kircher and H.C. Shah 
Jan 1975 
13 
Dynamic Analysis of SuspendedFloor Highrise Building Using SuperElements 
B.J. Goodno 
Jan 1975 
12 
A Study of Seismic Risk for Nicaragua, Part 2 
H.C. Shah, T.C. Zsutty, H. Krawinkler, C.P. Mortgat, A. Kiremidjian, and J.O. Dizon 
Mar 1976 
11 
A Study of Seismic Risk for Nicaragua, Part 1 
H.C. Shah, C.P. Mortgat, A. Kiremidjian, and T.C. Zsutty 
Jan 1975 