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AxiSEM version:1.3 date:: 2016-04-11

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AXISEM_v1.3.tar.gz [2016-04-11]

Primary Developers

Martin van Driel
ETH, Zurich
Alexandre Fournier
Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris 
Stefanie Hempel
University of Munster
Kasra Hosseini
University of Munich
Tarje Nissen-Meyer
University of Oxford
Simon Stähler
University of Munich

Description

AxiSEM is a parallel spectral-element method for 3D (an-)elastic, anisotropic and acoustic wave propagation in spherical domains. It requires axisymmetric background models and runs within a 2D computational domain, thereby reaching all desired highest observable frequencies (up to 2Hz) in global seismology. The Fortran2003 (OpenMP, MPI) code scales very well on supercomputers and is available under the GPL license. For more details see the website at www.axisem.info.

Please see our corresponding paper "AxiSEM: broadband 3-D seismic wavefields in axisymmetric media" published in Solid Earth, 5, 425-445, doi:10.5194/se-5-425-2014, 2014. Please cite this paper (and others) when using AxiSEM.

Cite as

Nissen-Meyer, T.; Fournier, A.; van Driel, M.; Stähler, S.;Hempel, S.;Hosseini, K.; Ampuero, J.-P.; Chaljub, E.; Colombi, A.; Dahlen, F.A.; Komatitsch, D.;Nolet, G.; Tromp, J. (2016), AxiSEM v1.3 [software], Computational Infrastructure for Geodynamics, Available from: geodynamics.org, doi: NoDOI, url: https://geodynamics.org/cig/software/axisem/

Primary References

Nissen-Meyer, T.; van Driel, M.; Stähler, S.C.; Hosseini, K.; Hempel, S.; Auer, L.; Colombi, A.; Fournier, A. (2014), AxiSEM: broadband 3-D seismic wavefields in axisymmetric media, Solid Earth, 5 (1) , 425-445, doi: 10.5194/se-5-425-2014, url: http://www.solid-earth.net/5/425/2014/

Secondary References

If the basic idea of an axisymmetric decomposition of the wavefield is used, please cite:

If anisotropy is used in simulations, please cite:

If attenuation is used in simulations, please cite:

If Instaseis is used, the following paper, please cite:

Metadata

Primary Developer
Martin van Driel
Primary Developer
Alexandre Fournier
Primary Developer
Stefanie Hempel
Primary Developer
Kasra Hosseini
Primary Developer
Tarje Nissen-Meyer
Primary Developer
Simon Stähler
Contributor Developer
Jean Paul Ampuero
Contributor Developer
Emmanuel Chaljub
Contributor Developer
Andrea Colombi
Contributor Developer
Francis A. Dahlen
Contributor Developer
Dimitri Komatitsch
Contributor Developer
Guust Nolet
Contributor Developer
Jeroen Tromp
Primary Manual
Martin van Driel
Primary Manual
Alexandre Fournier
Primary Manual
Stefanie Hempel
Primary Manual
Tarje Nissen-Meyer
Primary Manual
Simon Stähler
Version
1.3
License
GPL3
Other Acknowledgement
Research Funding: Princeton University, NSF, HP2C Petaquake, QUEST ITN (Marie Curie), ETH Zurich, Oxford University

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This citation metadata is derived from the user manual and other sources. It has not been verified by the developers.

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