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ChirCor

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ChirCor, a program developed by Luca Gasperini of ISMAR, for managing physical-log data (P-wave velocity and density) and chirp-sonar seismograms, also equipped with a synthetic-trace generator, that could be used for correlating real seismograms to synthetics. The software, designed with a user-friendly graphic interface, is intended mainly for oceanographers and marine geologists as a tool for correlating high-resolution seismic images and sediment cores.

Bibliografic reference: Dal Forno G., Gasperini L. ChirCor: A new tool for generating synthetic chirp-sonar seismograms. In: Computers & Geosciences, vol. 34 (2) pp. 103 - 114. Pergamon-elsevier Science Ltd, 2008.
PUMA reference: cnr.ismar.bo/2008-A0-046

You can get the software from the  "download" section of the web reference

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 A snapshot of main window of ChirCor v1.0.

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 To the left, Core Photo Parameters form, with all edit boxes used to reference core image. To the right, a sample core image  with  all  parameters  indicated.  Note  that  the  origin  of image coordinates is at the upper-left corner of the Bitmap image.

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 Data Editor form opened over main window. Once the log file is loaded using Data Editor, graphs are automatically updated in the main form.

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Chirp Signal Processor form; parameters can be edited using  text  boxes  and  eventually  saved  in  a  text  file  (*.SIG).

Synthetic generation is performed at a ‘‘GO’’ button click. The lower part of the form shows Klauder wavelet (upper) and chirp sweep  (lower)  graphs  that  are  automatically  updated  at  chirp signal generation.

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