Earthquake location has been an outstanding issue for seismologists for over more than a century, and it is still an important subject of study. In fact, accurate locations of earthquakes are a requisite for investigations on the dynamics of the Earth and seismogenic processes. Another possible use of seismic locations is, for example, monitoring underground explosions in the context of the International Monitoring System (IMS) for verifying compliance to the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty (CTBT). In fact, the CTBT makes provisions for On‐Site Inspections (OSI) requested by a member State that detects a suspicious event in the territory of another...

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