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    Dear Sumit Dhar, You can find a description of the TBM-method and related theory in the following paper: Montaglou, A. and Wilson, J.L. [1982], The turning
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      Dear Sumit Dhar,

      You can find a description of the TBM-method
      and related theory in the following paper:

      Montaglou, A. and Wilson, J.L. [1982], The turning
      bands method for simulation of random fields using
      line generation by a spectral method, Water Resources
      Research, 18: 1379-1394.

      Your can find FORTRAN code of the TMB algorithm
      in the Geostatistical Software Library (GSLIB),
      but I would rather recommend using Sequential
      Gaussian Simulation which can also be found in
      GSLIB (the code is called sgsim in GSLIB).
      This method is more stable and much more straight-
      forward when conditioned or anisotropic fields
      are required.

      GSLIB can be found on many ftp-sites all over the
      world (its free). Any internet search engine should
      be able to come up with the relevant addresses.

      A GSLIB manual is available in book-form:
      Deutsch, C.V. and Journel, A.G. [1992], GSLIB,
      Geostatistical software library and user's guide,
      Oxford University Press, New York, 390 pp.

      Good luck,

      Matthijs van Leeuwen
      Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
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