Earthquake early warning (EEW) systems have been researched and developed in Japan, Mexico, the United States, Taiwan, and other countries (e.g., Allen et al., 2009; Satriano et al., 2011). One important aspect of EEW is to rapidly assess potential earthquake damage using the early portion of ongoing ground vibration. There are two types of EEW systems, namely, regional and onsite. Regional EEW systems collect and analyze seismic data from multiple stations near the epicenter and provide earthquake information (e.g., magnitude and location) to distant sites. In contrast, onsite systems use the early part of the P...

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