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Siscat (The SINTEF Scattered Data Library) consists of a collection of object-oriented libraries (implemented in C++) for the
construction of surfaces from scattered data. Typical applications are geophysical modelling, terrain modelling and surface modelling for CAD applications.
The libraries, which are implemented in C++, are organized into several layers:
The BasicTools and LaTools libraries are developed under the Diffpack project.
- BasicTools: Non-numerical utilities such as memory handling, basic array structures, menu system and
- LaTools: Class hierarchies for representation of different vector and matrix formats and linear algebra
tools, such as direct and iterative solvers.
- ssKernel: Data structures and data interfaces, a range of methods for constructing explicit surfaces of two
- ssAppl: Generic applications for different problem areas such as large seamless terrain models and and free
Current Version: 2.2
License Type: Siscat is commercial software, please contact Numerical
Objects AS for details. However, a public domain stripped version is planned
to be made available on the internet within the end of 1997. This
will be available as source code for non-commercial, academic use.
Source Code Availability:
Not yet, it will be available as a stripped source code
version when the public domain code is available.
Available Binary Packages:
- Debian Package: No
- RedHat RPM Package: No
- Other Packages: No
Hewlett Packard (HP-UX), Silicon Graphics (IRIX),
Sun Sparc (Solaris), IBM (AIX), Linux.
Unix workstation, requires GNU make, GNU awk.
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