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Update to legal notice, made Feb 2012, modified Sep 2013.  We would like to
clarify that we are using a convention where multiple names in the Apache

// Copyright 2009-2012  Yanmin Qian  Arnab Ghoshal
//                2013  Vassil Panayotov

does not signify joint ownership of copyright of that file, except in cases
where all those names were present in the original release made in March 2011--
you can use the version history to work this out, if this matters to you.
Instead, we intend that those contributors who later modified the file, agree
to release their changes under the Apache license.  The conventional way of
signifying this is to duplicate the Apache headers at the top of each file each
time a change is made by a different author, but this would quickly become
impractical.

// Copyright    2013   Johns Hopkins University (author: Daniel Povey)

it is because the individual who wrote the code was at that institution as an
employee, so the copyright is owned by the university (and we will have checked
that the contributions were in accordance with the open-source policies of the
institutions concerned, including getting them vetted individually where
necessary).  From a legal point of view the copyright ownership is that of the
institution concerned, and the (author: xxx) in parentheses is just
informational, to identify the actual person who wrote the code, and is not
intended to have any legal implications.  In some cases, however, particularly
early on, we just wrote the name of the university or company concerned,
without the actual author's name in parentheses.  If you see something like

//  Copyright  2009-2012   Arnab Ghoshal  Microsoft Corporation

it does not imply that Arnab was working for Microsoft, it is because someone
else contributed to the file while working at Microsoft (this would be Daniel
Povey, in fact, who was working at Microsoft Research at the outset of the
project).

The list of authors of each file is in an essentially arbitrary order, but is
often chronological if they contributed in different years.

The original legal notice is below.  Note: we are continuing to modify it by
adding the names of new contributors, but at any given time, the list may
be out of date.

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Legal Notices

Each of the files comprising Kaldi v1.0 have been separately licensed by
their respective author(s) under the terms of the Apache License v 2.0 (set
forth below).  The source code headers for each file specifies the individual
authors and source material for that file as well the corresponding copyright
notice.  For reference purposes only: A cumulative list of all individual
contributors and original source material as well as the full text of the Apache
License v 2.0 are set forth below.

Individual Contributors (in alphabetical order)

Mohit Agarwal
Tanel Alumae
Gilles Boulianne
Lukas Burget
Dogan Can
Guoguo Chen
Gaofeng Cheng
Cisco Corporation
Pavel Denisov
Ilya Edrenkin
Ewald Enzinger
Joachim Fainberg
Daniel Galvez
Pegah Ghahremani
Arnab Ghoshal
Ondrej Glembek
Go Vivace Inc.
Allen Guo
Lv Hang
Mirko Hannemann
Hendy Irawan
Navdeep Jaitly
Johns Hopkins University
Shiyin Kang
Kirill Katsnelson
Tom Ko
Danijel Korzinek
Gaurav Kumar
Ke Li
Matthew Maciejewski
Vimal Manohar
Yajie Miao
Microsoft Corporation
Petr Motlicek
Xingyu Na
Vincent Nguyen
Lucas Ondel
Vassil Panayotov
Phonexia s.r.o.
Ondrej Platek
Daniel Povey
Yanmin Qian
Ariya Rastrow
Saarland University
Petr Schwarz
Yiwen Shao
Nickolay V. Shmyrev
Jan Silovsky
Eduardo Silva
Peter Smit
David Snyder
Alexander Solovets
Georg Stemmer
Pawel Swietojanski
Jan "Yenda" Trmal
Albert Vernon
Karel Vesely
Yiming Wang
Shinji Watanabe
Minhua Wu
Haihua Xu
Hainan Xu
Xiaohui Zhang

Other Source Material

This project includes a port and modification of materials from JAMA: A Java
Matrix Package under the following notice: "This software is a cooperative
product of The MathWorks and the National Institute of Standards and Technology
(NIST) which has been released to the public domain." This notice and the
original code is available at http://math.nist.gov/javanumerics/jama/

This project includes a modified version of code published in Malvar, H.,
"Signal processing with lapped transforms," Artech House, Inc., 1992.  The
current copyright holder, Henrique S. Malvar, has given his permission for the
release of this modified version under the Apache License 2.0.

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