The computer software known as PSAT
(`PSAT' or `The Software') was created and developed in the course of
research by Dr. Gad Kimmel, Prof. Michael Jordan, Dr. Eran Halperin,
Prof. Ron Shamir and Prof. Richard Karp (`The Researchers') at the
International Computer Science Institute, Berkeley (`ICSI'). ICSI
encourages the use of PSAT by researchers in academic institutions
(`Licensee') for non-commercial research purposes subject to the
following terms and conditions: By pressing the `Agreed and Accepted'
button, you and your institution agree to be bound by the terms below.
- Licensee is hereby granted a non-exclusive, non-transferable
license to use PSAT for the sole purpose of performing non-commercial
academic research. Such research shall not include research sponsored
by a commercial entity.
- For the avoidance of doubt it is hereby clarified that the
license to use PSAT as aforesaid does not include any obligation or
undertaking to supply any accompanying services or improvements.
- Licensee agrees not to distribute or transfer PSAT or any
portion, copies or derivatives thereof, to another location or to any
- Licensee agrees not to make any copies except as necessary for
his exercise of this license in his own laboratory. Any copy shall bear
an appropriate copyright notice specifying the above-mentioned authors
- Licensee agrees not to decompile, reverse engineer,
modify and /or create derivative works of the software.
- Licensee acknowledges that PSAT is a research tool, still in
development stage. Hence, it is not presented as error free, accurate,
complete, useful, suitable for any specific application or free from
any infringement of any rights. The Software is licensed AS IS,
entirely at the Licensee's own risk.
- Nothing in this Agreement shall be deemed to be a warranty or
representation by ICSI or the Researchers, in connection with PSAT and
its use, including, without limiting the generality of the aforesaid,
as to the accuracy, safety or fitness for any particular use.
- The software is provided "as is", without warranty of any kind,
express or implied, including but not limited to the warranties of
merchantability, accuracy, fitness for a particular purpose and
noninfringement. In no event shall the authors or copyright holders of
PSAT (including ICSI and the researchers) be liable for any claim,
damages or other liability, whether in an action of contract, tort or
otherwise, arising from, out of or in connection with the software or
the use or other dealings in the software.