Rapid Reliable Solution
of the Parametrized Partial Differential Equations
of Continuum Mechanics and Transport

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***Software License, Terms and Conditions***

Henceforth, Software shall refer to the rbMIT © MIT software package: the contents of the rbMIT_Library and rbMIT_Aux.

This License governs use of all accompanying Software, and your download and/or use of the Software constitutes acceptance of this License.

You may use this Software for any non-commercial purpose, subject to the restrictions in this License. Some purposes which can be non-commercial are teaching and academic research.

You may not use or distribute this Software or any derivative works in any form for commercial purposes. Examples of commercial purposes would be licensing, leasing, or selling the Software, or distributing the Software for use with commercial products.

You may modify this Software and distribute the modified Software for non-commercial purposes; however, you may not grant rights to the Software or derivative works that are broader than those provided by this License. For example, you may not distribute modifications of the Software under terms that would permit commercial use.

In return, we require that you agree:

(Note: The wording of this license agreement is derived from a Microsoft Shared Source license agreement.)

The rbMIT Software and associated documentation for Coercive Affine Linear Elliptic (Part II) and "Coercive" Affine Linear Parabolic (Part IV) equations can be downloaded:

Current Release — 19 February 2009 Downloaded software files should be un-zipped and placed within the Matlab® directory on your computer; this completes the "installation." The documentation (Software Manual) provides further information on how to run the software. We also provide a number of ready-to-run user input files as "templates."

Fixes and Workarounds for the rbMIT software release of 25 September 2007


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