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The Free Unix Seismic Processing system (FreeUSP) is a collection of signal analysis and seismic processing routines originally written at Amoco Production Company's Tulsa Research Center over the last nearly 40 years. This legacy is being offered in open source by BP America Inc. in the hopes that it may foster education, understanding and collaboration amongst the world wide signal analysis community.
The Data Dictionary System (DDS) is an I/O System capable of handling multi-dimensional seismic datasets. It originally was written at Amoco Production Company's Tulsa Research Center during the early 1990's by Randy Selzler. DDS also includes a collection of programs written at the Houston Technology Group within BP America.
The 2007 BP Anisotropic Velocity-Analysis Benchmark released under terms and conditions stated within.
The following firms offer Support for FreeUSP.
|James Alison||Fully Licensed CDROM's, Training, Support, Development and Integration.|
|Anthony Vassiliou||Programming support and advanced mathematical algorithms|
|Richard Foy||ProMAX <-> FreeUSP interface|
The following organizations supply software or hold copyrights for software utilized in FreeUSP. You may require a license and/or written permission to use these products if you are planning a commercial venture based on FreeUSP.
|Tim Kuehn||MathAdvantage Subroutine Library|
|Lesstif Queries||OpenSource version of OSS/Motif|
|Columbia University||Owner of the copyright for ikp|
|Gnu Make Queries||make control for program compilation|
The following organizations supply native Fortran compilers for Linux that work with this distribution. A Fortran to C converter is not sufficient to compile this offering.
|Absoft||Fortran Compiler for Linux|
|The Portland Group||Fortran Compiler for Linux|
|Intel Corporation||Fortran Compiler for Linux|