Back in May 1997 the Electronic Seismologist (ES) attended a workshop with all sorts of seismo-computer geeks and nerds discussing the future direction of seismological software development. A rambling report on this workshop (“The Electronic Seismologist goes to FISSURES”, Malone, Seism. Res. Lett.68(4), 1997) concluded that a new approach to future software projects was needed, one which would better encourage writing sharable, reusable, modular code which would be “future proofed” against changes in hardware, data types, presentation techniques, and a host of other moving targets. At the time the ES had some concerns about seismologists “flocking to a...
Research Article|September 01, 2000
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Anthony Lomax; The Orfeus Java Workshop: Distributed Computing in Earthquake Seismology. Seismological Research Letters ; 71 (5): 589–592. doi: https://doi.org/10.1785/gssrl.71.5.589
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