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蘇聖中 , Ph.D Advisor：黃鍔;溫國樑
時頻分析 ； 希爾伯特-黃轉換 ； 結構物強震紀錄分析 ； 基振分析 ； 結構健康診斷 ； 雙站法 ； Time-frequency analysis ； Hilbert-Huang Transform ； Strong-motion building response analysis ； Vibration-based analysis ； Structural Health Monitoring ； Two-station method
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