Various approaches have been presented during the last few years regarding public-domain seismological software for routine or advanced analysis of earthquake data. The necessity of such software approaches is continuously increasing as the amount of data of permanent and portable seismological networks stored in computer systems is increasing due to the augmentation of networks that use full digital systems with high sampling rates. There is also the additional need for software for the rapid determination of earthquake parameters for high-seismicity areas.

Several software packages have been presented to address these problems, such as Xpitsa (Scherbaum and Johnson, 1992),...

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