Software Acknowledgements

The Echoview software package has been developed by Echoview Software.

Libraries, algorithms and others

libFLAC library, Copyright (C) 2000-2009  Josh Coalson, Copyright (C) 2011-2014  Xiph.Org Foundation

PNGDelphi Version 1.56. Gustavo Huffenbacher Daud.

ExtGl library, Copyright (c) 2002, Lev Povalahev.

Intel Open Source License for Triangle Strip Creation, Optimizations, and Rendering Gem, Copyright (c) 1998-2002, Intel Corporation.

ZLIB 1.2.1 library, Copyright (c) 1995-2003 Jean-loup Gailly and Mark Adler.

JPEG library release 6b, Copyright (c) 1991-1998, Thomas G. Lane.

libTIFF 3.6.1 library, Copyright (c) 1988-1997 Sam Leffler and Copyright (c) 1991-1997 Silicon Graphics, Inc.

libGeoTiff 3.6.1 library, Copyright (c) 1999, Frank Warmerdam and Copyright (c) 1995  Niles D. Ritter.

PROJ4 - v4.4.7 library, Copyright (c) 2000, Frank Warmerdam.

FastMM 4.46 library, Copyright (c). This library and its usage are covered by the Mozilla Public License v1.1. The source code for this library is available from No modifications to this library have been made by Echoview Software.

EurekaLog library, Copyright (c), Fabio Dell'Aria.

Graphics32 library Copyright (c), Mozilla Public License, Graphics32 team.

NOISECOMP - Function for denoising an image Copyright (c), 1998-2000 Peter Kovesi.

Kiss_FFT - Copyright (c) 2003-2010, Revised BSD license, Mark Borgerding.

TurboPower Abbrevia, Copyright (c), Mozilla Public License 1.1.

BlueView SDK version 4.0, Copyright (c), BlueView ProViewer SDK 4.0.0.

Thanks to...

Echoview Software acknowledges Ken Foote and other researchers at the IMR in Norway for their pioneering work on post processing of echosounder data (Foote, K.G., Knudsen, H.P., Korneliussen, R.J., Nordbø, P.E. and Røang, K. 1991. Postprocessing system for echo integrator data. J.Acoust. Soc. Am., 90, 37-47.).

Echoview Software acknowledges the great assistance provided to us by the early adopters of Echoview and in particular we would like to thank Dave Demer, Roger Hewitt, John Simmonds, Dave MacLennan, Paul Fernandez, Mike Soule and Manuel Barange for their faith in our abilities and their willingness to work with the very early versions of Echoview.

Dr Manuel Barange and Gareth Lawson, of South African Sea Marine and Coastal Management, are acknowledged for providing SHAPES algorithms, used to identify schools and calculate parameters of regions defined with the School Detection module. Partial funding for his work was provided by VIBES, a research initiative between Sea Fisheries (South Africa), the University of Cape Town and Orstom (France).

William Michaels and Michael Jech at NOAA/NMFS Northeast Fisheries Science Center in the USA for providing us with the data for the file demodata.ek5, used as the default file for our EK500 simulator.

Echoview users around the world who have taken the time to test Echoview, provide feedback and request enhancements. Your efforts have been essential to the development of Echoview - Thank you!

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