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[Lapack] ECCN, CCATS number


Not really sure what you want form us but here is the licensing info  
about the LAPACK library. I read the document you pointed us to and I  
do not think any of that applied to our software.
LAPACK is a freely-available software package. It is available from  
netlib via anonymous ftp and the World Wide Web at 
  . Thus, it can be included in commercial software packages (and has  
been). We only ask that proper credit be given to the authors.
Like all software, it is copyrighted. It is not trademarked, but we do  
ask the following:

If you modify the source for these routines we ask that you change the  
name of the routine and comment the changes made to the original.

LAPACK has a BSD like license, see

Hope this helps,
Julie Langou

On Aug 20, 2009, at 8:44 AM, LHERM Damien wrote:

Dear Sir, Madam,

As a licensee of your product LAPACK routines, we need to confirm  
its ECCN (Export Control Classification Number] to assess the export  
requirement associated with it. We are especially interested in  
assessing whether your product contains encryption controlled under  
the United States EAR (Export Administration Regulation). If you are  
not familiar with the EAR, you can find out more information at 

Specific information concerning the export classification of  
software containing encryption can be found in Parts 740.17, 742.15  
and 774 Supp. 1 Category 5 part 2 (information security) of Title 15  
of the Code of Federal Regulations 
). If your product has been the subject of a classification review,  
please provide also the CCATS number. In the case there is  
encryption in your product, please confirm the key strength.

Waiting to hearing from you, thanks for your support,

Best Regards,
Damien LHERM
Business Operations Team
Office: +1 514940 2949 ext.: 4159

Visit us at:
Dassault Systemes Canada Innovation Technologies Inc. - 393 St- 
Jacques West Suite 300 - MONTREAL, QC H2Y 1N9, Canada

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Julie Langou; Research Associate in Computer Science
Innovative Computing Laboratory;
University of Tennessee from Denver, Colorado ;-)

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