We present the results of our participation in four phases of the Southern California Earthquake Center (SCEC) transient detection exercise (Lohman and Murray, 2013). In each phase, a blind test was conducted in which sets of synthetic Global Positioning Systems (GPS) data were released and a deadline set for submission of detection results. For each data set, the presence or absence of transient events was to be determined, and the location and time of each specified. After all submissions were received, the ground‐truth information about any transient signals in the data was released. The synthetic data sets were...

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