Obtaining TRIP software
As of early 2017, TRIP software package consists of three packages:
- iwave - IWAVE simulator framework. Various finite difference modeling, migration, and inversion applications, parallelization over loops and tasks, and other features described in the package docs.
- rvl - The Rice Vector Library, a class library for expression of abstract numerical algorithms.
- repro - reproducible documents, including course materials for CAAM 641 and a number of recent TRIP papers.
To download the current release of TRIP software (including documentation) in gzipped tar form, use this link
TRIP requires a C/C++ compiler suite supporting C++11 features - gcc4.7 or later and icc13 or later will do, and use of compiler option -std=c++11 or equivalent. Parallelization requires a compatible MPI installation, though the package can be built without it. The build tool is SConstruct, which must also be installed and available. The reproducible documents generally require both Madagascar and Seismic Unix.
For detailed installation instructions, see the README file in the top level directory.
TRIP applications generally provide two types of documentation. Commands self-document after the fashion of SU and Madagascar. Also, packages generate html documentation for individual classes and functions, by means of the doxygen documentation system. To obtain the latter, you will need to install doxygen on your system, and follow directions in the package installation instructions.
Full documentation is also available by following the package links on this page.
--- WWS, January 2017