C# Seismic

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C# Code For Image Processing and Seismic Data Processing




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Earthquake Risk Model (EQRM) is capable of earthquake scenario ground motion and scenario loss modeling as well as probabilistic seismic hazard (PSHA) and risk (PSRA) modeling. It is a product of Geoscience Australia an Australian Government Agency.

Python-geoprobe - A python module to read and write geoprobe format volumes, horizons, and faults

Reads and (mostly) writes seismic data from and to files written by Landmark's (a subsidiary of Halliburton) Geoprobe software. This implementation is based on reverse-engineering the file formats, and as such, is certainly not complete. However, things seem to work. DependenciesRequires python >= 2.5 and numpy. Some functions (e.g. horizon.toGeotiff) require gdal and its python bindings. The plotting functions in utilities (e.g. utilities.wiggles) require matplotlib. DocumentationDocumentation


Analitycal Ray Tracing System (ART) is a library of C routines to trace seismic rays through 2D geological models.

Whoi-seis - Seismic data and modeling utilities

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Vmtool - Tools for manipulating seismic velocity models.

vmtool includes utilities for manipulating seismic velocity models in formats frequently used in academic, active-source seismology. Currently includes functional support for Collin Zelt's rayinvr format, v.in, and the Harm van Avendonk/Alistair Harding *.vm format.

Mpm - Efficient 2D elastic wave propagation of selected seismic phases

Main Phase Modeling is an efficient technique to model 2D elastic wave propagation of selected seismic phases. The basic idea is that the wavefield is only computed in a moving zone embracing the wave front segment under concern. Two growing challenges in seismic full wavefield modeling are addressed by this technique. Firstly computational load may be reduced significantly without significant loss in quality. Secondly, the complexity in wavefields may be analyzed by separating into phases. Only

Fastseis - GPU accelerated 2-D staggered-grid finite difference seismic modelling

FastSeis is an open source project about the implementation of a GPU accelerated staggered-grid finite difference(FD)method to simulate seismic wave propagation in 2-D (viscoelastic) media (now only on a single PC). Programming Language: c/c++, OpenGL, cg Features: 1. 2D accoustic,elastic/viscoelastic 2. PML boundary conditions Technology Terms: 1. cg 2. FBO REFRENCE: GPU Accelerated 2-D Staggered-grid Finite Difference Seismic Modelling. JSW 6(8): 1554-1561 (2011)

Fastwave - FastWave is an Open Source software to simulate seismic wave in complex media on CUDA pla

FastWave is an opensource software used for seismic wave modeling in complex media with staggered-grid finite difference method on Graphics Processing Units. The aim of this project is initially just for academic use, but now can be used as major forwarding program in reverse-time migration and waveform inversion which need intensive computation. The project is at its very initial stage, only acoustic wave modeling in 2D complex media is realized at this moment, but it is not hard to extend the

Cwake - Common Workspace for AlasKa Earthquakes (CWAKE)

CWAKE is a downloadable Antelope configuration which allows any researcher or analyst examining seismic waveform data from Alaska to interact with those data in the same way, using the velocity models and regions used by the Alaska Volcano Observatory. CWAKE requires Antelope version 5.0-64. Installation instructions:See the project README file under Source->Browse->trunk (http://code.google.com/p/cwake/source/browse/trunk/README. The README.pdf is a formatted version of the same information.)

Defmod - Finite element code for modeling crustal deformation

Defmod is a fully unstructured, 2/3D, parallel finite element code for modeling crustal deformation over time scales ranging from milliseconds to thousands of years. It can be used to model deformation due to quasi-static and dynamic processes such as earthquakes, volcanic rifting, post-seismic viscous relaxation, post-glacial rebound, hydrological (un)loading etc. Defmod is written in Fortran 95 and uses PETSc's sparse data structures and solvers. Problems can be solved using linear tri, quad,