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Old Oct 31st 2017, 08:34 AM   #1
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Unhappy Penelope monte carlo code

I'm at the end of my rope here..I tried requesting the Penelope2014 Monte Carlo Simulation code from RISCC and OECD to no avail, I'm from Morocco and we don't have a permanent mission In my home country so they denied my request. Can someone help.
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Old Oct 31st 2017, 08:58 AM   #2
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I'm at the end of my rope here..I tried requesting the Penelope2014 Monte Carlo Simulation code from RISCC and OECD to no avail, I'm from Morocco and we don't have a permanent mission In my home country so they denied my request. Can someone help.
Did you try this>
https://www.oecd-nea.org/tools/abstract/detail/nea-1525
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Old Oct 31st 2017, 10:10 AM   #3
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Yes Sir, they denied my request, they said I'm from a non member country. I really need this code for my research. Is there any other option?
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Old Oct 31st 2017, 10:18 AM   #4
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Yes Sir, they denied my request, they said I'm from a non member country. I really need this code for my research. Is there any other option?
That's weird. Is it a USA website? Seems to be. If its not too large and you tell me how, I can download it and then e-mail it to you, if you'd like that is.
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Old Oct 31st 2017, 11:22 AM   #5
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Several of the US agencies (NEA, NASA, ...) make their code freely available to all US citizens.
It is not freely available to all users in the world.
For some of this software you might have to be aware of not violating some kind of international intellectual transfer protocols.

The Monte-Carlo method is a fairly well known standard programming technique, so I don't see why there should be an issue with it.
However the supplicant has tried through the usual channels and been turned down...
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Old Oct 31st 2017, 11:30 AM   #6
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That's weird. Is it a USA website? Seems to be. If its not too large and you tell me how, I can download it and then e-mail it to you, if you'd like that is.
That would be kind of you.

I'm from the university Ibn Tofail- Kenitra, Morocco

My University e-mail is : amine.mouktafi@uit.ac.ma

Just go in the link : https://www.oecd-nea.org/tools/abstract/detail/nea-1525
you provided earlier and click and the program name and It will automatically take to the request submission page, It's straight forward from there.

Again much appreciated !!

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Old Oct 31st 2017, 11:41 AM   #7
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you provided earlier and click and the program name and It will automatically take to the request submission page, It's straight forward from there.

Again much appreciated !!
Your very welcome. It asks what the intended use is. What is the intended use and what media type do you want UNIX or Windows?
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Old Oct 31st 2017, 11:43 AM   #8
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Originally Posted by Woody View Post
Several of the US agencies (NEA, NASA, ...) make their code freely available to all US citizens.
It is not freely available to all users in the world.
For some of this software you might have to be aware of not violating some kind of international intellectual transfer protocols.

The Monte-Carlo method is a fairly well known standard programming technique, so I don't see why there should be an issue with it.
However the supplicant has tried through the usual channels and been turned down...

Yes in the request process you agree to the terms of use and distribution, but they are denying access all together for citizens from country.
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Old Oct 31st 2017, 11:56 AM   #9
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Your very welcome. It asks what the intended use is. What is the intended use and what media type do you want UNIX or Windows?
*sorry I'm on the train, slow connection*

Intended use : performing electron and photon transport
through Transparent Conductive Oxide Thin Film to derive opto-electronic properties.

Media : Unix
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Old Oct 31st 2017, 11:56 AM   #10
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Originally Posted by KillSwitch900 View Post
Yes in the request process you agree to the terms of use and distribution, but they are denying access all together for citizens from country.
On second thought I don't think I should do this. If they refuse you for not being a US citizen then I really shouldn't bypass them. I was going to because it's weird to restrict it to the US but now I'm not certain I want to go behind their backs. Sorry.
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