REASSESS (05.26.2017)
REASSESS V2.0 (beta) HAS BEEN RELEASED:REASSESS
software is a standalone userfriendly software for the probabilistic
assessment of seismic hazard. REASSESS V 2.0 performs (i) sitespecific
and (ii) multisite seismic hazard analysis. For (i) it computes hazard
curves, uniform hazard spectra, disaggregation and conditional mean
spectra at a specific site. For (ii) it computes the probability of
observing any given number of joint exceedances of a ground motion
intensity measure at a set of sites in a given time interval, the total
number of exceedances at multiple locations in any time interval, and
the number of sites experiencing at least one exceedance in a given
time interval. Seismic sources can be either zones or individual faults.
REASSESS also is able to account for model uncertainty, in fact, logic
trees can be built based on alternatives for the source's annual rate
of earthquake occurrence, magnitude distribution and ground motion
prediction equation. Finally REASSESS allow to perform sequencebased probabilistic seismic hazard analysis; i.e., hazard analysis including aftershocks. 


REFERENCES: The current main reference for REASSESS is: Chioccarelli E., Cito P., Iervolino I., Giorgio M. (2018) REASSESS V2.0: software for single and multisite probabilistic seismic hazard analysis. Bulletin of Earthquake Engineering. DOI 10.1007/s1051801800531x DISCLAIMER: REASSESS may be used for free (FOR NONCOMMERCIAL PURPOSES ONLY). The authors have made every effort in order to ensure that the software functions accurately; all responsibility regarding the correctness of obtained results resides with the user. APPLY HERE TO TEST THE BETA VERSION OF REASSESS The map of institutions testing REASESS 
REASSESS was developed within the 20142017 AXADiSt (Dipartimento di Strutture per l’Ingegneria e l’Architettura, Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II) research program, funded by AXAMatrix Risk Consultants (Milan, Italy). It is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution  Non commercial  Non derived 4.0 International; based on a work at http://wpage.unina.it/iuniervo/; permissions beyond the scope of this license may be available at iunio.iervolino[at]unina.it 