Third-party libraries, compilers, and tools » RNGSSELIB license

Disclaimer and Non-profit use Licence Agreement

The CPC non-profit use licence agreement is an agreement between the author(s)
of a program distributed by the CPC Program Library and the person who acquires
it. By acquiring the program the person is agreeing to be bound by the terms of
this agreement.

1. This licence entitles the licensee (one person) and the licensee's research
group to obtain a copy of the source or executable code and to use the acquired
program for academic or non-profit use within a research group; or, it entitles
the licensee (one company, organisation or computing centre) to install the
program and allow access to the executable code to members of the licensee's
organisation for academic or non-profit use. No user or site will re-distribute
the source code or executable code to a third party in original or modified form
without the written permission of the author.

2. Publications which result from using the acquired program will reference the
article in Computer Physics Communications which describes the program.

3. This licence does not permit any commercial (profit-making or proprietary)
use or re-licensing or re-distributions. Persons interested in for-profit use
should contact the author.

4. To the extent permissible under applicable laws, no responsibility is assumed
and is hereby disclaimed by Elsevier for any injury and/or damage to persons or
property as a result of any actual or alleged libelous statements, infringement
of intellectual property or privacy rights, or products liability, whether
resulting from negligence or otherwise, including without limitation from any
use or operation of any ideas, instructions, procedures, products or methods
contained in the material therein. Access to this site is provided on an "as is"
basis, and Elsevier does not warrant that the information or software contained
herein is complete or accurate or free from error.  This information or software
is provided by its creators or authors as a service to Elsevier subscribers on
an "as is" basis, and if downloaded by the subscriber should be checked for
defects or viruses before being used. Unless noted otherwise, the creators or
authors retain copyright and other proprietary rights.