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Paul Michaels

photo of Paul MichaelsEmeritus Professor

  • Ph.D. | University of Utah
  • M.S.  | University of Utah
  • B.S.  | Michigan Technological University

Professional Registration

  • Professional Engineer, Idaho P-8623, CE

Research

  • Engineering Geophysics
  • Soil Dynamics
  • Surface Waves
  • Instrumentation

Teaching

  • Emeritus (no classes)

Downloads

Build your own Engineering Seismograph

New Software Release Ready for Download

Updated version of Basic Seismic Utilities (BSU-3.0.2) with additional codes and builds.  New and old versions at off campus web site:
Basic Seismic Utilities Download Choose individual package.

DOI (Digital Object Identifier) Versions Download

These are ZIP archives.  Version BSU-3.0.2  zip archive includes binary packages for more operating systems than the BSU-3.0.1 version zip archive. Both have Source Code tarballs.  Compile source code with (configure; make; make install).

https://doi.org/10.18122/geo_data/4/boisestate

2GB
BSU-3.0.2 Includes documentation, Source Code, Binary Packages.
Tested on: Debian 10, Ubuntu 20, CentOS 7,8, Slackware, Arch Linux, Redhat Enterprise, Mac Book Pro, Chrome Book developer mode ARMv7L,
Microsoft Windows 8.1 (MingW Cross Compiled)

Recommended Citation

Michaels, Paul, “Basic Seismic Utilities Software: BSU-3.0.2” (2020). Geosciences Research Data. 4.
https://scholarworks.boisestate.edu/geo_data/4

https://doi.org/10.18122/geo_data/3/boisestate

218 MB
BSU-3.0.1 Includes documentation, Source Code, limited Binary Packages.
Tested on: Debian 7,8,9, Xubuntu 16.4, Mint 18, Slackware, Arch Linux CentOS 6,7, Redhat Enterprise, Mac Book Pro, Chrome Book developer mode ARMv7L,
Microsoft Windows 8.1 (MingW Cross Compiled)

Recommended Citation

Michaels, Paul, “Basic Seismic Utilities Software” (2018). Geosciences Research Data. 3.
https://scholarworks.boisestate.edu/geo_data/3

Basic Seismic Utilities Documentation

Live DVD/USB Linux System ISO loaded with BSU-3.0.2

Test out Linux with BSU Software on a live system.  Boot the live system and run in memory or on the DVD or USB stick.  Does not alter your computer.  Both AMD64 64 bit and I386 32 bit versions available.  Tested on Intel, Amd, and MacBook Pro computers. Live DVD/USB Hybrid

Contact Information

Personal Website (Linode):Off Campus
Email: paulmichaels@boisestate.edu

Last Updated: 30 October 2020

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