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This Software License Agreement (hereinafter referred to as this "Agreement") dated as of the EFFECTIVE DATE (as hereafter defined) is made and entered into
Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft zur Foerderung der angewandten Forschung e.V., a non-profit organization duly organized and existing under the laws of the Federal Republic of Germany and having its principal office at Hansastraße 27c, 80686 München, Germany,
(hereinafter referred to as "FHG")
acting on behalf of its
Fraunhofer Institute for Communication Systems (ESK) having its principal officee at Hansastr. 32, 80686 München, Germany
(hereinafter referred to as "ESK")
the user who download the COMPUTER PROGRAM (as hereinafter defined) from the internet site http://www.esk.fraunhofer.de/de/projekte/ERNEST/ and accept this agreement.
(hereinafter referred to as "LICENSEE")
1. LICENSEE wishes to obtain a non-exclusive right to use the COMPUTER PROGRAM solely for use in accordance with the terms of this Agreement.
2. In the course of granting a non-exclusive license in the COMPUTER PROGRAM LICENSEE will receive a desktop software package which includes the COMPUTER PROGRAM as well as several OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE components.
3. FHG is the owner of a certain ”COMPUTER PROGRAM” (as hereinafter defined), and allows LICENSEE to utilize this COMPUTER PROGRAM as detailed in this Agreement.
Except as explicitly granted in this Agreement, LICENSEE shall have no other rights in the COMPUTER PROGRAM. Under no circumstances will anything in this Agreement be construed as granting, by implication or otherwise, a license to any technology owned by FHG other than the COMPUTER PROGRAM.
As far as OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE is concerned LICENSEE has to review the licenses within the individual packages of OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE in order to understand its rights and obligations under them. The respective licenses can be found in materials accompanying the software package, the documentation or corresponding source files. Upon LICENSEE'S request the latter will be made available to LICENSEE by FHG/ESK. Copyrights to the OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE are held by the copyright holders indicated in the copyright notices in the corresponding source files or other materials accompanying the respective OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE package.
In no event LICENSEE will obtain under this Agreement a license from FHG to use the OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE components.
For the purpose of this Agreement, the following terms shall have the respective meanings set forth below:
1. "EFFECTIVE DATE" shall mean the date at which the Licensee accepted this license.
2. "PARTY" or "PARTIES" shall mean LICENSEE and/or FHG.
3. "COMPUTER PROGRAM" shall mean the Computer Program called ERNEST as described in Annex I of this Agreement. Annex I shall be deemed part of this Agreement.
5. "OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE" shall mean the Open Source Software as described in Annex II of this Agreement. Annex II shall be deemed part of this Agreement.
6. "SOURCE CODE" shall mean software in human-readable, high-level language form, which when compiled or assembled, becomes the executable "OBJECT CODE" (as later defined herein) of a software program.
7. "OBJECT CODE" shall mean machine-executable code in binary format, typically the result of processing the SOURCE CODE with an assembler or compiler.
III. Scope of License
1. Grant of License and Restriction of Rights
1.1 FHG hereby grants to LICENSEE for the term of this Agreement a non-exclusive, non-transferable and non-assignable limited license, without the right to sublicense.
LICENSEE is entitled to:
- use the COMPUTER PROGRAM (in object code only) up to the for LICENSEE'S own internal information processing services and computing needs;
1.2 LICENSEE is not entitled to
- (i) sell, lease, offer to lease, sublicense, distribute or otherwise transfer in whole or in part the COMPUTER PROGRAM to third parties;
- (ii) provide, disclose, divulge or make available to, or permit use of COMPUTER PROGRAM in whole or in part to/by any third party without the prior written consent of FHG/ESK;
- (iii) modify or create derivative works based on COMPUTER PROGRAM;
- (iv) use COMPUTER PROGRAM to provide network, application hosting or oth-er services to third parties, or otherwise use COMPUTER PROGRAM on a service bureau or hosting basis for LICENSEE'S customers;
- (v) decompile, disassemble, reverse engineer, or otherwise attempt to derive source code from the COMPUTER PROGRAM, in whole or in part;
- (vi) copy COMPUTER PROGRAM except for a reasonable number of machine-readable copies of COMPUTER PROGRAM for backup or archival purposes and except as expressly permitted in paragraph III, Article 1.1 above;
- (vii) remove any titles, trademarks or trade names, copyright notices, legends, or other proprietary markings on the COMPUTER PROGRAM.
1.3 For clarification reasons: FHG does not sell the COMPUTER PROGRAM to LICENSEE. FHG does solely grant a temporary license to LICENSEE according to the terms of this Agreement.
This license is granted free of charge.
1. Duration and Termination of Agreement
1.1 This Agreement shall enter into force at the EFFECTIVE DATE.
1.2 In the event LICENSEE substantially fails to comply with any of its obligations under this Agreement, especially with its obligations according to paragraph III, Article 1 and does not remedy the violation of its obligation within one (1) month after it has been notified in writing thereof, this Agreement terminated automatically.
1.3 Upon termination or expiration of this Agreement for any reason, nothing herein shall be construed to release either PARTY from any obligation that matured prior to the effective date of such termination; and paragraph II, paragraph IV Articles 2 shall survive any such termination.
1.4 Upon termination or expiration of this Agreement for any reason, LICENSEE is obliged to destroy all copies of the COMPUTER PROGRAM. In addition, LICENSEE is obliged to remove all copies of the FHG SOFTWARE from the Personal computer on which it is installed.
2. Warranty, Limitations
2.1 The COMPUTER PROGRAM has been developed in observance of scientific care and accepted technological principles, particularly accepted programming principles.
2.2 FHG assumes no warranty with regard to defects or errors of any third party's software, including but not limited to the OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE components.
2.3 FHG shall retain all rights, title and interest in and to the COMPUTER PROGRAM, subject to the license granted in paragraph III, Article 1. FHG shall be entitled to establish all proprietary rights for itself in the intellectual property represented by FHG-created enhancements and new features, whether in the nature of copyrights, patent rights or other rights.
2.4 Nothing in this Agreement shall constitute or be construed as a liability by FHG or indemnification of any kind, expressed or implied, nor assumes any responsibilities whatsoever with respect to:
(a) the correctness and/or accuracy of any results and/or evaluation that LICENSEE achieves by using the COMPUTER PROGRAM and/or any of the OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE components; or
(b) the commercial utility and/or merchantability of the COMPUTER PROGRAM and/or of any of the OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE components; or
(c) the fitness, quality and performance of the COMPUTER PROGRAM and/or of any of the OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE components.
2.5 Nothing in this Agreement shall constitute or be construed as a liability by FHG that the COMPUTER PROGRAM is free from any claim of infringement of any patent or any other intellectual property right owned by any third party arising out of the use of the COMPUTER PROGRAM. At the EFFECTIVE DATE FHG is not aware of any such rights that might be infringed by using the COMPUTER PROGRAM.
2.6 No warranty and liability is provided by FHG that utilization of the licenses granted according to paragraph III, Article 1.1 will not interfere with third-party patent rights or any other intellectual property right or will not cause damage to third parties. This shall not apply to cases where FHG is aware of contradictory third-party rights or damages prior to the EFFECTIVE DATE or is unaware of them as a result of gross negligence. FHG is not currently aware of any such rights.
2.7 Liability of FHG shall be limited to typical, foreseeable damages caused with intent or with gross negligence, to the extent it is not a matter of the infringement of life or of personal injury or of injury to health or of product liability.
2.8 LICENSEE shall at all times during the term of the licenses and thereafter, indemnify, defend and hold FHG, its trustees, officers, employees and affiliates, harmless against all claims and expenses, including legal expenses and reasonable attorneys' fees, arising out of the death of or injury to any person or persons or out of any damage to property and against any other claim, proceeding, demand, expense and liability of any kind whatsoever resulting from the use of any of the OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE components by LICENSEE or resulting from the use of the COMPUTER PROGRAM according to the provisions of this Agreement or arising from any obligation of LICENSEE.
LICENSEE shall inform FHG promptly in writing of any alleged infringement of the COMPUTER PROGRAM by a third party and of any available evidence thereof.
4. Other Provisions
This Agreement or any provision thereof may be amended or modified only with the mutual consent of the PARTIES as set out in a written instrument, signed by a duly authorized representative of each of the PARTIES, and expressly stating the PARTIES' intent to amend this Agreement.
4.2 Transfer of Agreement
LICENSEE may not transfer this Agreement in part or in its entirety to any third party without the prior written confirmation of FHG.
4.3 Applicable Law
This Agreement shall be construed, governed, interpreted and applied in accordance with the laws of the Federal Republic of Germany.
4.4 Dispute Settlement
Any dispute arising in connection with this Agreement shall be submitted to the competent courts of Munich (Germany).
4.5 Export controls
It is understood that the export of software for the LICENSEE under this Agreement is subject to export laws and regulations. FHG does not warrant that if any import or export license is required for the fulfillment of any of its contractual obligations, such license shall be issued in due time. In case the fulfillment of any contractual obligation of FHG would violate import or export laws and regulations, FHG is not obliged to fulfill that obligation. In any such case each PARTY shall be entitled to terminate this Agreement with immediate effect. Compensation claims shall be excluded in case of any restriction resulting from import or export laws and regulations and/or any delay of the granting of the import or export license.
4.6 Entire Agreement
This Agreement including its Annexes embodies the entire understanding of the PARTIES and cancels and supersedes any prior representations, warranties, or agreement between the PARTIES relating hereto, and this Agreement is executed and delivered upon the basis of this understanding.
Should any part or provision of this Agreement be held unenforceable or in conflict with the law of any jurisdiction, the validity of the remaining parts or provisions shall not be affected by this holding. Such unenforceable part or provision shall then be replaced, upon mutual written consent between the PARTIES hereto, by other enforceable part or provision which, in its effect, corresponds or comes closest to the effect of such unenforceable part or provision. The same shall apply in case of a gap.
Annex I – Software Description
ERNEST is an open tool-chain framework to enable the early verification of component-based software in the area of networked embedded systems. Based on a specific simulation framework, written in SystemC, ERNEST provides flexible mechanism to verify non-functional properties in early design stages. The framework allows to analyze and verify the networked embedded system which includes the modeled hardware, software and communication behavior.
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