The automated location of seismic events is an important and challenging task in microseismic monitoring applications (e.g., to analyze induced seismicity following oil/geothermal field exploitation and mining operations), where we deal with a large number of seismic events and weak signals characterized by low signal‐to‐noise ratios. Given the large number of seismic events, manual location procedures are time consuming, or not feasible. Standard automated location routines require precise automated picking procedure and phases identification (Gharti et al., 2010). These methods are, generally, modified versions of the Geiger (1910, 1912) algorithm, based on the minimization of time...

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