Copyright and Licensing
幸运飞艇超稳计划群 because macspice is is a computer program licensed free of charge, there is no warranty for macspice, to the maximum extent permitted by applicable law. macspice is provided 'as is' without warranty of any kind, either expressed or implied, including, but not limited to, the implied warranty of fitness for a particular purpose. the entire risk as to the quality and performance of the program rests with the user. should the program prove defective, the user must assume the cost of all necessary servicing, repair or correction.
幸运飞艇超稳计划群 macspice 3 is copyright charles d. h. williams and may not be republished or redistributed in any manner other than by linking to:
without explicit written permission.
幸运飞艇超稳计划群 macspice includes (in accordance with their terms and conditions) copyright material supplied by others, all rights reserved:
- Berkeley Spice 3f5:
© 1985–1991 The Regents of the University of California.
- BSIM3 and BSIM4:
Developed by the Device Research Group of the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, University of California, Berkeley
© 1990–2017 University of California.
- Color Postscript Hardcopy Driver:
© 2003 Werner Hoch.
- EPFL-EKV 2.6 MOSFET Model Code:
© 2001 Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne.
- FFT2 Discrete Fourier Transform:
© 1989 Peter Valkenburg (peter.).
- HiSIM (Hiroshima University STARC IGFET Model):
© 2003 STARC Physical Design Group.
- OpenSSL Toolkit Components:
© 1998–2005 The OpenSSL Project.
- Parker-Skellern MESFET model:
© 1994–96 Macquarie University.
- SFMT v1.5 – SIMD oriented Fast Mersenne Twister
© 2012 Mutsuo Saito, Makoto Matsumoto, Hiroshima University and The University of Tokyo.
- Sparkle Update Management System:
© 2007 Andy Matuschak.
- Sparkle For Carbon v0.2 Carbon API:
© 2007 Jack Small.
- Sparse 1.4:
© 2003, Kenneth S. Kundert.
- STAG version 2.6:
© 2000 United Kingdom Secretary of State for Defence acting through the Defence Evaluation and Research Agency.
- UFSOI MOSFET models:
© 2001 University of Florida.
© 2006 M. Uli Kusterer.
Fulfilment of BSD-style Licence Requirements
Some of the above software requires a reproduction of their licence or other statements to be included in the documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution. These are reproduced here and a copy is included in the MacSpice application package.
Many people have contributed to MacSpice in its various incarnations (see the copyright section above). It started life as a Mac port of Berkeley Spice 3f4 by Reto Tischhauser (MacSpice 3f4 v2.4). The code was then passed to Anthony Wilson who developed it into MacSpice DR1. Charles Williams took over in 2001 and developed the final MacSpice DR5 Classic release followed by rewrites MacSpice 3 v2.8 which used the Carbon libraries to run on Classic MacOS 8.6 and later, and as a native Aqua application on OS X.
macspice has been enhanced with the help of feedback and bug-reports from many users. in this respect, and for his assistance with pre-release testing, i am particularly indebted to gert willmann.