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**inv3** : Large strike-slip earthquake in Southern California

large hypotherical M 7.8 strike-slip earthquake on the southern San Andreas Fault, including geometric fault complexity

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**inv2a** : Kinematic rupture on normal fault, incl GPS

Kinematic rupture on ~45deg dipping normal fault; site distributions as inv1; static displacements (GPS) are provided

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**inv2b** : Kinematic rupture on normal fault, incl velocity variations

Kinematic rupture on ~45deg dipping normal fault; only 20 sites are available; 3D random-medium generates scattering, and hence travel-time and amplitude fluctuations

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**inv1** : Simple dynamic rupture, with heterogeneous inital stress

Dynamic strike-slip rupture on 80-deg dipping fault; heterogeneous initial stress, linear-slip weakening Dc essentially constant

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**ssef0** : Strike slip extended fault

Extended-fault rupture on a vertical strike‐slip fault with purely right‐lateral motion

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**dsef0** : Dip-slip, extended fault

Extended-rupture on a dipping fault with purely thrust‐faulting motion

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**ssp0** : Strike‐slip point‐source

Point‐source on a vertical strike‐slip fault with purely right‐lateral motion

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**dsp0** : Dip‐slip point‐source

Point‐source on a dipping fault with purely thrust‐faulting motion

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**sbt1** : Spice Blindtest 1

Blindtest on Earthquake Source Inversion, originally conceived and started within the E.C. Project SPICE (Seismic wave Propagation and Imaging in Complex media: a European network -- a Marie Curie Research Training Network in the 6th Framework Program of the European Commission).

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