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    The MathWorks, Inc. Software License Agreement

    Licensee may receive a full refund if within thirty (30) days from the date of delivery (the "Acceptance Period") Licensee does not accept the terms and conditions of this License and the applicable Addendum, or if Licensee terminates this License for any reason, within the Acceptance Period.

    LICENSE GRANT. The MathWorks, Inc. ("MathWorks") hereby grants

    to Licensee a nonexclusive License to install and use the Programs and accompanying Documentation as provided herein. The

    licensed Programs and Documentation shall at all times remain the property of MathWorks and/or its Licensors, and Licensee shall have no right, title, or interest therein, except as expressly set forth in this Agreement.

    LICENSE FOR THIRD PARTY SOFTWARE. MathWorks has

    been granted

    licenses to distribute certain third party software. As a condition of those licenses, MathWorks is required to distribute the software subject to specific terms and conditions, which may be different from or additional to those contained herein for MathWorks' Programs. Licensee understands and agrees that acceptance of this Agreement also confirms Licensee's acceptance

    of the applicable provisions for use, including the restrictions on use, of such third party software. The current applicable provisions may be viewed at

    http://www.mathworks.com/thirdpartylicense. Licensee may also

    contact MathWorks to obtain the current applicable provisions. Licensee's breach of the applicable provisions of any third party's license terms shall also be considered a material breach of this Agreement.

    DEFINITIONS

    Affiliate. A legal entity which is controlled by, or controls, or is under common control with Licensee. Control means (i) beneficial ownership of at least fifty percent (50%) of the voting securities of a corporation or other business organization with voting securities, or (ii) a fifty percent (50%) or greater interest in the profits and capital of a partnership or other business organization without voting securities.

    Concurrent Keys. The combined number of users that may simultaneously operate a Program on a Concurrent License.

    Distribution. The distribution on physical media and/or electronic distribution.

    Documentation. The user guides and instructional material, if any, accompanying delivery of a Program as may be updated from

    time to time. Documentation may be delivered in printed and/or online forms, and in one or more languages.

    Installation Type. One or more of the Standalone Named User, Network Named User, Network Counted User, or Network Concurrent

    User installation type(s) available with respect to the License Option selected.

    Internal Operations. The use of a Program by employees of Licensee or an Affiliate for the purpose of performing services on behalf of the Licensee or Affiliate, or in the performance of services for Third Parties who engage Licensee or an Affiliate for such services. As used herein, "employees" includes student interns and consultants of Licensee or its Affiliates.License. MathWorks' grant to Licensee of a nonexclusive right to install and use a Program in accordance with the License Option purchased.

    Licensed Users. Those users of the Programs, designated by the Licensee as authorized to use the Programs for Licensee's Internal Operations, to the extent permitted by the License Option purchased.

    Licensee. The individual or entity to whom MathWorks grants the

    License. The Licensee is responsible for meeting the contractual obligations of the License, and ensuring that anyone permitted access to the Programs also meets such obligations. License Option. The specific rights, restrictions, and obligations under which Licensee may install and use a Program

    pursuant to this Agreement, including those related to the permitted Installation Type(s) associated with the License Option selected, and the applicable Addendum. By accepting a Program during the Acceptance Period, Licensee also accepts the

    applicable rights and agrees to be bound by the applicable obligations and restrictions of the License Option purchased.Licensor. The person who, or entity which, grants a license to MathWorks to redistribute that person's or entity's intellectual property.

    MAT-files. The default data file format for importing and exporting data to MATLAB. Usually has the filename extension ".mat".

    M-file. A file containing a program or function written in the MATLAB language. Usually has the filename extension ".m".MDL-file. A file containing a Simulink model. Usually has the filename extension ".mdl".

    Named User. A specific individual, designated by the Licensee, who is assigned the right to use the Program(s) under a particular License. Licensee is responsible to ensure that the total number of Named Users of each Program on a License does not exceed the number licensed for each Program.

    P-file, P-code. A pre-parsed version of the original M-file code for execution on MATLAB. Usually has the filename extension ".p".

    Program(s). The computer software delivered hereunder, including enhancements and error corrections. Each product from

    MathWorks is a separate Program.

    Third Party. Any person or legal entity that is not an Affiliate.

    TLC-file. A file containing Target Language Compiler instructions that explicitly control the way code is generated by Real-Time Workshop.

    INSTALLATION AND USE. Specific rights, obligations, and restrictions apply to each License Option. Licensee's right to install and use the Programs is determined by the License Option

    selected, including the permitted Installation Type(s) with respect to such License Option as set forth in the table below. By accepting the terms and conditions of the Agreement, Licensee

    also accepts the License Option purchased.

    License Options: Permitted Installation Types

     Individual: Standalone Named User

     Group: Standalone Named User, Network Named User

     Concurrent: Network Concurrent User

     Open: Standalone Named User, Network Counted User

     Enterprise Suite: Standalone Named User, Network Named User

    In some countries, Standalone Named User is not available on Group, Open, and Enterprise Suite License Options. Contact your

    local MathWorks representative for more information.

     LICENSE OPTIONS.

     Individual. The Individual License Option provides the

     Standalone Named User Installation Type. Program use is

     restricted to the single, designated Named User.

     Group. The Group License Option provides the Standalone

     Named User and Network Named User Installation Types. The

     Programs may be operated by a combined workgroup of Named

     Users (up to the maximum number of Named Users licensed to

     use each Program). It is not necessary to have an equal

     number of Named Users in the workgroup licensed for each

     Program, therefore Licensee must take action to ensure

     that only the appropriate licensed user count is installed

     for each Program. This License Option must be centrally

     administered and maintained. Licensee's central

     administrator is responsible for (i) accurately installing,

     administering, counting, and controlling the number of

     Named Users allowed access to each Program, and (ii) the

     distribution of new versions of the Programs delivered

     during any paid Software Maintenance Service term.

     Concurrent. The Concurrent License Option provides the

     Network Concurrent User Installation Type.

     Open. The Open License Option is an Annual License that

     provides the Network Counted User Installation Type and the

     Standalone Named User Installation Type. The combined

     total of Named and Counted Users allowed access to each

     Program may not exceed the number licensed for each

     Program.

     Enterprise Suite. The Enterprise Suite License Option is a

     Three-year Term License that provides the Standalone Named

     User and Network Named User Installation Types. The

     Programs comprising the Suite are chosen by Licensee. An

     Enterprise Suite license must have the same number of Named

     Users for each Program in the Suite. The License fee shall

     be due and payable in three (3) equal installments; the

     first installment shall be due and payable upon

     commencement of the license; the second shall be due and

     payable at the beginning of the thirteenth month, and the

     third shall be due and payable at the beginning of the 25th

     month of the Term. Licensee shall have a Term license to

     use the Programs, which is contingent upon the payment of

     all three (3) License fee installments.

     INSTALLATION TYPES.

     Standalone Named User. Programs may be installed and

     operated on one or more individual, standalone computers,

     provided the Programs are only accessible to, and operated

     by, a single Licensed User designated by the Licensee as

     the "Named User" for that License. The location(s) of the

     standalone computer(s) used by the Named User to run the

     Programs is not limited; the computers may be located at

     work, home, in a laboratory, or on a laptop. Only one

     Licensed User may be designated by Licensee to access or

     use the Programs under each Named User License. Licensee

     may replace the Named User for the License, on a temporary

     or permanent basis, provided only one Licensed User is

     designated as the Named User at any given time.

     Alternatively, for the Windows platform only, Licensee may

     elect to install the Programs on a single designated

     computer, provided the Programs are only operated from that

     designated computer's console by a single person at any

     given time (a "Designated CPU Installation Type"). This

     Designated CPU Installation Type may only be elected in

     lieu of the Standalone Named User rights above, not in

     addition to those rights, and is intended to accommodate a

     single Windows computer shared by multiple users.

     Network Named User. Programs may be installed in a central

     location on the Licensee's network. Licensee must run the

     FLEXlm license manager in User-Based mode, and edit the

     Local License Options file to maintain a list of Named

     Users authorized to access and operate each Program.

     Licensee may re-edit the list of Named Users in the Local

     License Options file and replace Named Users for the

     License, on a temporary or permanent basis, provided the

     number of Named Users in the file never exceeds the number

     licensed per Program.

     Network Counted User. The Programs may be installed in a

     central location on a single designated network server.

     Licensee must operate the FLEXlm license manager to create

     a running log file of program use. Licensee must specify

     the number of unique Licensed Users ("Counted Users") to be

     given access to the Programs over a moving one-year time

     period. The number of Counted Users must be monitored by

     Licensee to ensure the total number of Counted Users does

     not exceed the number licensed. Should the number of users

     accessing the Programs exceed the number of Counted Users

     licensed, Licensee agrees to order additional Network

     Counted User Licenses. Licensee must validate to MathWorks

     the number of Network Counted Users on a quarterly basis

     using a reporting package of MathWorks' choice.

     Network Concurrent User. The Programs may be installed in

     a central location on a single designated network server.

     Licensee may have as many Licensed Users simultaneously

     operating a Program at any given time as the number of

     Concurrent Keys purchased. Surplus users will be denied

     access. Licensees of the Concurrent License option are

     prohibited from providing Program access to users located

     outside the country in which the license manager server is

     installed unless Licensee has contracted for global use.

     For the purposes of this Agreement, all servers located in

     a member country of the North American Free Trade Agreement

     ("NAFTA") shall be considered located in the same country

     as those of the other NAFTA members, and all servers

     located in a member country of the European Union ("EU")

     shall be considered located in the same country as those of

     the other EU members.

     EDUCATIONAL USE RESTRICTIONS.

     Academic License. Programs licensed to degree-granting

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