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README

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DEM simulation engine, released by 
DCS Computing GmbH, Linz, Austria
www.dcs-computing.com, office@dcs-computing.com

LIGGGHTS® is open-source, distributed under the terms of the GNU Public 
License, version 2 or later.

LIGGGHTS® is part of CFDEM®project: 
www.liggghts.com | www.cfdem.com

Core developer and main author:
Christoph Kloss, christoph.kloss@dcs-computing.com

LIGGGHTS® and CFDEM® are registered trade marks of DCS Computing GmbH, 
the producer of the LIGGGHTS® software and the CFDEM®coupling software
See http://www.cfdem.com/terms-trademark-policy for details.

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Copyright 2012-     DCS Computing GmbH, Linz
Copyright 2009-2015 JKU Linz
Some parts of LIGGGHTS® are based on LAMMPS and Copyright on these
parts is held by Sandia Corporation and other parties. Info on LAMMPS below
Some parts of LIGGGHTS® are contributied by other parties, which are
holding the Copyright. This is listed in each file of the distribution.
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The LIGGGHTS® distribution includes the following files and directories:

README          this file
LICENSE         the GNU General Public License (GPL)
doc             documentation
examples        simple example simulation setups
lib             libraries LIGGGHTS® can be linked with
python          Python wrapper on LIGGGHTS® as a library
src             source files

Point your browser at any of these files to get started:

doc/Manual.html	           the manual
doc/Section_intro.html	   hi-level introduction
doc/Section_start.html	   how to build and use

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Some parts of LIGGGHTS® are based on LAMMPS
LAMMPS stands for Large-scale Atomic/Molecular Massively Parallel
Simulator. 

LAMMPS is Copyright (2003) Sandia Corporation.  Under the terms of Contract
DE-AC04-94AL85000 with Sandia Corporation, the U.S. Government retains
certain rights in this software.  This software is distributed under
the GNU General Public License.

LAMMPS is a classical molecular dynamics simulation code designed to
run efficiently on parallel computers.  It was developed at Sandia
National Laboratories, a US Department of Energy facility, with
funding from the DOE.  It is an open-source code, distributed freely
under the terms of the GNU Public License (GPL).

The primary author of LAMMPS is Steve Plimpton, who can be emailed
at sjplimp@sandia.gov.  The LAMMPS WWW Site at lammps.sandia.gov has
more information about the code and its uses.

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Core developer and main author of LIGGGHTS®:
Christoph Kloss, christoph.kloss@dcs-computing.com
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