# Source code for openquake.hmtk.seismicity.declusterer.distance_time_windows

```
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# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
"""
"""
import abc
import numpy as np
from openquake.baselib.general import CallableDict
TIME_DISTANCE_WINDOW_FUNCTIONS = CallableDict()
[docs]class BaseDistanceTimeWindow(object):
"""
Defines the space and time windows, within which an event is identified
as a cluster.
"""
__metaclass__ = abc.ABCMeta
@abc.abstractmethod
[docs] def calc(self, magnitude):
"""
Allows to calculate distance and time windows (sw_space, sw_time)
see reference: `Van Stiphout et al (2011)`.
:param magnitude: magnitude
:type magnitude: numpy.ndarray
:returns: distance and time windows
:rtype: numpy.ndarray
"""
return
@TIME_DISTANCE_WINDOW_FUNCTIONS.add('GardnerKnopoff')
[docs]class GardnerKnopoffWindow(BaseDistanceTimeWindow):
"""
Gardner Knopoff method for calculating distance and time windows
"""
[docs] def calc(self, magnitude):
sw_space = np.power(10.0, 0.1238 * magnitude + 0.983)
sw_time = np.power(10.0, 0.032 * magnitude + 2.7389) / 364.75
sw_time[magnitude < 6.5] = np.power(
10.0, 0.5409 * magnitude[magnitude < 6.5] - 0.547) / 364.75
return sw_space, sw_time
@TIME_DISTANCE_WINDOW_FUNCTIONS.add('Gruenthal')
[docs]class GruenthalWindow(BaseDistanceTimeWindow):
"""
Gruenthal method for calculating distance and time windows
"""
[docs] def calc(self, magnitude):
sw_space = np.exp(1.77 + np.sqrt(0.037 + 1.02 * magnitude))
sw_time = np.abs(
(np.exp(-3.95 + np.sqrt(0.62 + 17.32 * magnitude))) / 364.75)
sw_time[magnitude >= 6.5] = np.power(
10, 2.8 + 0.024 * magnitude[magnitude >= 6.5]) / 364.75
return sw_space, sw_time
@TIME_DISTANCE_WINDOW_FUNCTIONS.add('UrhammerWindow')
```