User Agreement for EGLIB logo


Program Name: EGLIB.

Authors: Alexandre Ern and Vincent Giovangigli.

Program Date: February 28th, 1996.


By acceptance and use of this program, the user agrees to the following
  1. As experimental, research software, this program is provided free of charge on an "as is" basis without warranty of any kind, either expressed or implied. In particular, the authors make no express or implied warranty including, but not limited to, the warranties of design, merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. In no event will the authors be liable for any lost revenues or profits or other special, direct or consequential damages, even if the authors have been warned of such possibilities.

  2. This program is provided for the user's personal, non-commercial, experimental use and the user is granted permission to copy this program to the extent reasonably required for such use. In any case, the user should not deliver this program without a special permission from the authors.

  3. The user understands and agrees that this program and any derivative works are to be used solely for experimental uses and are not to be sold, distributed to a commercial organization, or be commercially exploited in any manner.

  4. All title, ownership and rights to this program and any copies remain with the authors, irrespective of the ownership of the media on which the program resides.

  5. The user is permitted to create derivative works to this program. However, all copies of the program and its derivative works must contain this user agreement.

  6. The authors request that the user supply them a copy of any changes, enhancements, or derivative works which the user may create. The user grants the authors an irrevocable, nonexclusive, worldwide and royalty-free license to use, execute, reproduce, display, perform, prepare derivative works based upon, and distribute, (internally and externally) copies of any and all such materials and derivative works thereof.

  7. If the user publishes scientific results that were partly obtained using this program, the user is kindly requested to cite at least one of the following references, as the user would cite other papers that were used: