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The aim of this program is to allow integrated forward modelling of structures together with the resulting gravity and magnetic anomalies. The program enables the complex structure of a poly-deformed area to be calculated via a sophisticated 3-dimensional structural modelling procedure. This program allows a geoscientist armed with a reasonable understanding of the geology of an area to refine this understanding by interactive manipulation of the geometry and geophysical characteristics of a region.
Noddy has been developed with funding from the Australian Research Council, The Australian Geodynamics CRC, and the AMIRA group of sponsors (Aberfoyle Limited, AGSO, BHP Minerals, Billiton Ltd, North Limited, MIM Exploration Pty Ltd, Newcrest Mining Limited, Pasminco Exploration, RGC Exploration Pty Ltd, RTZ Limited, Mines and Energy of South Australia , Sumitomo Metal Mining Oceania Pty Ltd, Western Mining Corporation Ltd).
Noddy software for Windows hardware was additionally developed by:
Encom Technology Pty Limited
BUT IS NO LONGER SUPPORTED BY THEM
Noddy development team
Design and Testing: M. Jessell C. Ames
(Monash University) P. Manser G. Jung
J. Cull S. Rodregues
P. Gow A. Geiro
E. Christopher M. Craig
Design and Testing: D. Pratt E. Tyne
(Encom Technology) P. Gidley S. Mann
Zhiqun Shi A. White
The current versions of Noddy makes use of XVT, Microsoft, Symantec, Metrowerks, Far Bit Research and Micro System Options development libraries and source code.
Noddy Release History
Initial Release Version 6.0 April 1998
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