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CBwaves

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 calculated in time domain and they also can be determined in frequency domain by using the implemented FFT. The various initial parameters and settings are controlled in the .ini file.
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Installation

After downloading and extraction the tarballs and entering the src directory launch make, make install or make rpm to create a package. Default location is /usr/local/cbwaves, but can be overwritten using for example make install prefix=/home/gdebrecz/cbwaves/.

 

Configuration

A detailed description and examples are provided int the tarball/rpm. Please consult the man page shipped with the software to read more about the feautres of the code.

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tgz cbwaves-1.0.0-2.tgz
rpm (src) cbwaves-1.0.0-2.src.rpm
rpm (x86_64) cbwaves-1.0.0-2.x86_64.rpm
rpm (i386) cbwaves-1.0.0-2.i386.rpm
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tgz cbwaves-1.0.0-3.tgz
rpm (src) cbwaves-1.0.0-3.src.rpm
rpm (x86_64) cbwaves-1.0.0-3.x86_64.rpm
rpm (i386) cbwaves-1.0.0-3.i386.rpm

Installation

Installing the packaged rpms

The rpm is statically linked, install it by typing
rpm -i cbwaves-1.0.0-3.i386.rpm
or using the yum package manager
yum localinstall cbwaves-1.0.0-3.i386.rpm

Installing the tarball and the source rpm

The cbwaves package requires boost-devel. If you install the tarball or the source rpm you have to have boost-devel on your system installed. After downloading and extraction the tarballs and entering the src directory launch make, make install or make rpm to create a package. Default location is /usr/local/cbwaves, but can be overwritten using for example make install prefix=/home/gdebrecz/cbwaves/.
 
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