SEPlib is a complete and freely distributed
seismic data processing software package.
We (the Stanford Exploration Project) created it and
use it for our research.
SEPlib comprises several concepts and software pieces:
Probably most SEP researcher have contributed in some way to SEPlib.
However, some researchers stand out:
- Robert Clayton introduced the original parameter fetching
and did much ground breaking work concerning Vplot.
- Jon Claerbout introduced history files.
- Dave Hale wrote the libvplot library.
- Stew Levin got SEPlib pipes to work and ported Vplot to DEC Gigi
- Joe Dellinger perfected Vplot, the graphics library.
- Steve Cole added dithering of rasterplots to Vplot.
- Dave Nichols reworked the SEPlib input and output handling and introduced
GNUmakefiles for easy installation.
- Martin Karrenbach had a first SEPlib extension to handle irregular data.
- Biondo Biondi and Bob Clapp
truly extended SEPlib to handle irregular data.
, Stanford Exploration Project
Modified: 02/18/08, 17:53:04 PST
, by altheyab
Page Maintainer: bob `AT' sep.stanford.edu