2005 Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
GDOC-1.0 is not in the public domain. However, it is made available, for free, for both education and non-profit research purposes. Any entity desiring permission to incorporate this software or a work based on the software into commercial products or otherwise use it for commercial purposes should contact:
Paul I. Barton
Professor of Chemical Engineering
Email: pib [at] mit [dot] edu
- The “Software”, below, refers to GDOC-1.0 (in either source-code, object-code or executable-code form) which includes the GDOC CLI and the gdoc-compiler , as well as the third party components libBandB, libNLPSLV and libMILPSLV. Each licensee is addressed as “you” or “Licensee.”
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