(C) Copyright University of Minnesota, 1997
Written by Mahesh Joshi, U of MN, Anshul Gupta, IBM Corp., George Karypis, U of MN.
PSPASES code is meant to be used solely for educational, reasearch, and benchmarking purposes by non-profit institutions and US government agencies only. Use by any other organization requires prior written permission from both IBM Corporation and the University of Minnesota. The software may not be sold or redistributed. One may make copies of the software or modify it for their use provided that the copies, modified or otherwise, are not sold or distributed, are used under the same terms and conditions, and this notice and any part of the source code that follows this notice are not separated.
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