[Numpy-discussion] References to Numerical Recipes in Numpy code
Andrew.MACKEITH at 3ds.com
Wed May 8 13:09:42 EDT 2013
The numpy libraries (numpy/core/machar.py, numpy/fft/info.py, numpy/lib/function_base.py) contain references to "Numerical Recipes: The Art of Scientific Computing". The book contains a licensing section which states "... Unlicensed transfer of Numerical Recipes programs to any other format is strictly prohibited". From this we understand that use of the book as a reference is permitted, but copying of code for distribution, whether non-commercially or otherwise is not permitted. We are wondering if anyone has done an analysis of this situation around numpy, and if so what conclusion they might have reached?
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