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Gplib++ is a library of programs and C++ classes to analyze and model geophysical data. At this point, it mainly supports magnetotelluric and seismic data, but also contains some general signal processing routines.

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  •  13 May 2011 13:08

    Release Notes: This release fixes deprecated calls to boost::filesystem; V3 is now compulsory. It fixes a check for the optional GNU Scientific library.

    •  30 Mar 2011 11:39

      Release Notes: The genetic algorithm was parallelized. Some system calls were replaced by boost::filesystem calls. The build was improved.

      •  25 Nov 2010 08:56

        Release Notes: Some tools were made more convenient to use. Comments and Doxygen documentation were added. Some minor fixes were made to enable compilation with the Sun compiler. WienerFilter was fixed. netcdf files can now be read. The 'using gplib' declaration was removed from parser files. Reading of Egbert's .zmm files was implemented.

        •  12 Apr 2010 12:04

          Release Notes: The directory structure was reorganized. gplib can now be built without antlr. Configuration files are now read with boost program_options. The installation instructions were extended.

          •  24 Sep 2009 12:54

            Release Notes: This is a minor release that fixes a few bugs in the library and the build process. All functions now reside in the namespace gplib to enable a clearer division of functionality. This will break any external code that uses this library.


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