Month: March 2005


March 15, 2005 Programs No comments

Added sfclip2, a generalization of sfclip that allows independent specification of the upper and lower clip values. The upper and lower clip parameters default to FLT_MAX and -FLT_MAX so that no clipping occurs for a clip value that is not specified.


March 15, 2005 Programs No comments

Added min and max options to sfstack to find the minimum or maximum values along an axis.


March 15, 2005 Programs No comments

Added sflistminmax program to construct “incremental” minimum or maximum lists from an RSF file.
sflistminmax constructs the following set of minimum or maximum lists for each x2, x3, … xn in the input RSF file:
out[0] = in[0]
out[i] = min or max of (in[i], out[i-1]) for i = 1, 2, 3, … n1
sflistminmax mode=min can be used to simulate “erosion” for a set of geological surfaces, producing a new set of surfaces that do not cross.


March 15, 2005 Programs 1 comment

Added sfminmax program to find the element-by-element minimum or maximum of two RSF files.


March 12, 2005 Uncategorized No comments

sfunif3 now accepts an optional layers= parameter to input a file with lateral distribution of properties inside each layer. Note that the number of layers is one more than the number of interfaces.
See rsf/rsf/unif3 for examples.