Instead of asking us to change the licensing terms for Octave, we recommend that you release your program under terms that are compatible with the GPL.
This way the free software community can benefit from your work the same as you have benefited from the work of all the people who have contributed to Octave. The original reason for implementing the MEX interface for Octave was to allow Octave to run free software that uses MEX files (the particular goal was to run sundials TB in Octave).
The intent was to liberate that software from Matlab and increase the amount of free software available to Octave users, not to enable people to write proprietary code for Octave.
It also provides extensive graphics capabilities for data visualization and manipulation.
GNU Octave is normally used through its interactive interface (CLI and GUI), but it can also be used to write non-interactive programs.
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It provides capabilities for the numerical solution of linear and nonlinear problems, and for performing other numerical experiments.
One is giving recognition to the work done by others which we already addressed.
The other is giving details on the system used so that experiments can be replicated.
This meant agreeing to consider Octave a part of the GNU Project and support the efforts of the FSF.
A big part of this effort is to adhere to the GNU coding standards and to benefit from GNU's infrastructure (e.g. Additionally, Octave receives sponsorship from the FSF's Working Together fund.
In addition to adding to the emergent body of work aimed at using social representation theory to measure place image, the authors are among the first to employ a matched-sample research approach to measuring the impact of an MSE on the domestic perceptions of the host.
Employing an abductive research strategy, a survey was carried out among the domestic English population ( = 156) to identify cognitive and affective image components, in the form of social representations, of London as a city (or its place brand), the Olympics as a MSE, and the 2012 Games as a one-off event.
Contemporarily, the hosting of mega-sport-events (MSEs) is one of several strategies used by cities and governments to bring about improvements in a place’s image and recognition.