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Copyright: 2001, Jason Katz-Brown <jason@katzbrown.com>
           2005, Paul Temple <paul.temple@gmx.net>
           2006, Joseph Kerian <jkerian@gmail.com>
           2006, Eric Kjeldergaard <kjelderg@gmail.com>
           2011, Daniel E. Moctezuma <democtezuma@gmail.com>
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                                   EDRDG
 .
              ELECTRONIC DICTIONARY RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT GROUP
                     GENERAL DICTIONARY LICENCE STATEMENT
 .
 1. Introduction
 .
 In March 2000, James William Breen assigned ownership of the copyright of the
 dictionary files assembled, coordinated and edited by him to the The
 Electronic Dictionary Research and Development Group, then at Monash
 University (hereafter "the Group"), on the understanding that the Group will
 foster the development of the dictionary files, and will utilize all monies
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 for research into computer lexicography and electronic dictionaries.
 .
 This document outlines the licence arrangement put in place by The Group for
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 .
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 .
 This licence statement and copyright notice applies to the following
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 .
  * JMDICT - Japanese-Multilingual Dictionary File - the Japanese and English
    components (the German, French and Russian translational equivalents are
     covered by separate copyright held by the compilers of that material.)
  * EDICT - Japanese-English Electronic DICTionary File
  * ENAMDICT - Japanese Names File
  * COMPDIC - Japanese-English Computing and Telecommunications Terminology
    File
  * KANJIDIC2 - File of Information about the Kanji in JIS X 0208, JIS X 0212
    and JIS X 0213 in XML format.
  * KANJIDIC - File of Information about the 6,355 Kanji in the JIS X 0208
    Standard (special conditions apply)
  * KANJD212 - File of Information about the 5,801 Supplementary Kanji in the
    JIS X 0212 Standard
  * EDICT-R - romanized version of the EDICT file. (NB: this file has been
    withdrawn from circulation, and all sites carrying it are requested to
    remove their copies.)
  * RADKFILE/KRADFILE - files relating to the decomposition of the 6,355 kanji
    in JIS X 0208 into their visible components.
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           For the EDICT, JMdict and KANJIDIC files, the following URLs may be
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 Jim Breen
 Electronic Dictionary Research Group
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 Monash University
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 Australia
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    the following button and follow the instructions.
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 .
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 .
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 Jack HALPERN: The SKIP codes.
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 See Jack Halpern's conditions of use[5] page. Note that commercial
 applications using the SKIP codes must have prior permission from Jack
 Halpern.
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 Christian WITTERN and Koichi YASUOKA: The Pinyin information.
 .
 Urs APP: the Four Corner codes and the Morohashi information.
 .
 Mark SPAHN and Wolfgang HADAMITZKY: the kanji descriptors from their
 dictionary.
 .
 Charles MULLER: the Korean readings.
 .
 Joseph DE ROO: the De Roo codes.
 .
 8. Enquiries
 .
 All enquiries to:
 .
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 (Attn: Assoc. Prof. Jim Breen)
 Clayton School of Information Technology
 Monash University
 CLAYTON VIC 3168
 AUSTRALIA
 (jimbreen@gmail.com)
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