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1$begin license$$
2$spell
3        bradbell
4        bradlely
5        ckbs
6        edu
7        gianluigi
8        giapi
9        pillonetto
10        unipd
11$$
12
13$section Your License to use the ckbs Software$$
14
15$pre
16----------------------------------------------------------
17ckbs: Constrained Kalman-Bucy Smoother Program:
18                Copyright (C) 2006
19      Bradlely Bell and Gianluigi Pillonetto
20
21      Bradlely Bell: bradbell at washington dot edu
22      Gianluigi Pillonetto: giapi at dei dot unipd dot it
23     
24      ckbs is distributed under the terms of the
25         GNU General Public License Version 2
26       A copy of this license is included below:
27----------------------------------------------------------
28$$
29$nospell
30$pre
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362  <signature of Ty Coon>, 1 April 1989
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