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Shallow seismic refraction is the principal geophysical method for environmental and engineering site investigations to image the shallow subsurface. We present an assessment of three inversion methods, namely Time-Term inversion, Reciprocal Time methods and Refraction tomography inversion by using commercial software (SeisImager™) by using a synthetic first-arrival-time dataset that was made by SeisImager. In this study, we have generated six velocity representative models and the Syntheticdoi:10.31223/osf.io/gbqe6 fatcat:lvt5ynb25febbiye3lze2gp2hq