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This research concerns itself with modeling the seismicity-related geo-data as the self-optimization process of an electromagnetically equivalent device and developing a less accurate but fast model. The electromagnetically equivalent device model is extended as considering the whole Earth like a complete system. The crustal structures are considered as a complex network of distributed circuits involving slot antenna arrays, open waveguides, cavities, transmission strip lines, attenuators, frequency converters, dividers, couplings in the electromagnetically equivalent device model of the complete system of Earth (EEDMCSE). The variations at the geo-data taken at any port of the EEDMCSE give some functional relationships on the electromagnetic characteristics of the distributed complex network explained above. The approach is applied to Marmara and Aegean Regions of Anatolia.