Earthquake early warning systems (EEWS) in their various forms are recognized as potentially valuable tools for mitigating against the risk associated with earthquakes (see Allen, 2013; Wenzel and Zschau, 2014). For example, operational systems currently exist in Japan (Horiuchi et al., 2005; Kamigaichi et al., 2009), Taiwan (Wu and Zhao, 2006; Wu, Chen, et al., 2013), and Mexico (Espinosa‐Aranda et al., 2009), while there are others nearing operational status, under development, or are being strongly considered in regions such as Italy (Satriano et al.,...

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