Cemcomco

License Agreements

Corporate License for the BOSS Program

1. The licensee is granted a nonexclusive license for unlimited users to install and use the software system known as BOSS on any computers operated by the licensee within a 1 mile radius of one central location. The BOSS software system means all files obtained with the BOSS distribution including source code, executable code, parameter files, test jobs, users manual, and auxiliary programs including autozmat. Farther access requires a remote site agreement. Licensor warrants that the software will perform as described in the user's manual.

2. If the source code for BOSS is obtained, the licensee may modify the software to form derivative works. The restrictions specified herein also apply to the derivative works.

3. The licensee has no ownership rights in the BOSS software, OPLS force fields or in any copyrights for the BOSS software, OPLS force fields or documentation through this license.

4. The licensee shall not distribute any portion of the BOSS software system or of any derivative works based upon the BOSS software system to third parties without prior written authorization from Cemcomco, which will not be unreasonably withheld. Permission to publish unpublised algorithms and force field parameters from BOSS can also be negotiated.

5. The licensee may demonstrate the use of the BOSS software to third parties on computer systems operated by the licensee as designated in point 1 above.

6. Use of the BOSS program will be appropriately acknowledged in publications, e.g.: Jorgensen, W. L. BOSS Version 4.3; Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut, 2002.

7. The licensee recognizes the developmental nature of the BOSS software system and will hold no person or organization liable for any damages resulting from its use.



Corporate License for the MCPRO Program

1. The licensee is granted a nonexclusive license for unlimited users to install and use the software system known as MCPRO on any computers operated by the licensee within a 1 mile radius of one central location. The MCPRO software system means all files obtained with the MCPRO distribution including source code, executable code, parameter files, test jobs, users manual, and auxiliary programs including pepz. Farther access requires a remote site agreement. Licensor warrants that the software will perform as described in the user's manual.

2. If the source code for MCPRO is obtained, the licensee may modify the software to form derivative works. The restrictions specified herein also apply to the derivative works.

3. The licensee has no ownership rights in the MCPRO software, OPLS force fields or in any copyrights for the MCPRO software, OPLS force fields or documentation through this license.

4. The licensee shall not distribute any portion of the MCPRO software system or of any derivative works based upon the MCPRO software system to third parties without prior written authorization from Cemcomco, which will not be unreasonably withheld. Permission to publish unpublised algorithms and force field parameters from MCPRO can also be negotiated.

5. The licensee may demonstrate the use of the MCPRO software to third parties on computer systems operated by the licensee as designated in point 1 above.

6. Use of the MCPRO program will be appropriately acknowledged in publications, e.g.: Jorgensen, W. L. MCPRO Version 1.68; Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut, 2002.

7. The licensee recognizes the developmental nature of the MCPRO software system and will hold no person or organization liable for any damages resulting from its use.


Non-Profit Organization License for the BOSS or MCPRO Program

1. The licensee is granted a nonexclusive license to install and use the software system known as BOSS or MCPRO on no more than 5 CPUs operated by the licensee. The software system means all files obtained with the distribution including source code, executable code, parameter files, test jobs, users manual, and auxiliary programs. Additional access requires purchase of additional copies of BOSS or MCPRO. Licensor warrants that the software will perform as described in the user's manual.

2. If the source code for BOSS or MCPRO is obtained, the licensee may modify the software to form derivative works. The restrictions specified herein also apply to the derivative works.

3. The licensee has no ownership rights in the BOSS or MCPRO software, OPLS force fields or in any copyrights for the software, OPLS force fields or documentation through this license.

4. The licensee shall not distribute any portion of the software system or of any derivative works based upon the software system to third parties without prior written authorization from Cemcomco, which will not be unreasonably withheld. Permission to publish unpublished algorithms and force field parameters from BOSS or MCPRO can also be negotiated.

5. The licensee may demonstrate the use of the software to third parties on computer systems operated by the licensee as designated in point 1 above.

6. Use of the programs will be appropriately acknowledged in publications, e.g.: Jorgensen, W. L. BOSS Version 4.3; Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut, 2002, and Jorgensen, W. L. MCPRO Version 1.68; Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut, 2002.

7. The licensee recognizes the developmental nature of the BOSS and MCPRO software systems and will hold no person or organization liable for any damages resulting from their use.


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