Seismic Unix R 35 out

The Center for Wave Phenomena at the Colorado School of Mines has released V 35 of its Open Source seismic processing software.

The Colorado Center for Wave Phenomena has released the 35th version of its Seismic Unix (SU), Open Source seismic processing software. The latest release of SU includes modules for wavelet transform analysis, modeling, dip move out and migration in transversely isotropic media. New methods of handling three component data, a genetic algorithm for static correction and 3D common offset migration code have been developed. Contributors to the open source code project hail primarily from the Center for Wave Phenomenon, but also from many other universities and commercial organizations such as Talisman Energy, the USGS, PGS and Landmark Graphics. More from the home of Seismic Unix, the Colorado School of Mines,

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