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Dr. Paul Michaels, PE
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Investigation of the Shallow Subsurface
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DOI (Digital Object Identifier)
The entire Basic Seismic Utilities software archive may be downloaded in *.zip format as an alternativeto downloading individual files below. The following DOI link is persistent and maintained by Boise
State University. It includes wording for a citation in publications.
Downloads Basic Seismic Utilities (BSU) is software for
engineering geophysics. The package includes programs for signal processing and seismic modeling
(Lamb's problem, Near-field, Rayleigh Wave synthetic seismograms).
BSU is designed for extension and further programming. It is written
in Fortran (mixed G77, F90, using gfortran) and C-language. Highly compatible (NO XDR) with Seismic Unix. BSU program bswp.c can toggle between XDR and NO XDR for Seismic Unix comaptibility
BSU Requires or Recommends:
Packages for the above can be found for most Linux distributions in either RPM or DEB formats.
Other recommended software includes:
Octave You will need to download
and install Octave or Matlab if you want to run Octave procedures provided with BSU.
XFIG A Computer Aided Drafting
(CAD) program that Octave and PLPLOT interact with
Only the random number generators found in CMLIB have been
included in BSU. This is an extensive Fortran77 library of scientific
and mathematical functions (rather like GSL, but for Fortran programmers).
I don't recommend download of the entire library (over 8Mb gzipped).
Rather, pick what you need from the excellent web page.
BSU-3.0.1: Select Binaries or Source Code:
Packages and the source tar archive have detached signatures (*.asc files), signed with my
GPG Public Key. To learn more about how to verify files with
a detached signature, see my Security page.
Last Revised 2 November 2018