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Ptolemy simulation/code generation ( comp.soft-sys.ptolemy )
 
From [email protected] Wed Mar  9 23:34:05 1994
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From: [email protected] (Joe Buck)
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Subject: RFD: comp.soft-sys.ptolemy
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This is a request for discussion to consider the creation of a group
for the Ptolemy design environment from UC Berkeley, to be named

		comp.soft-sys.ptolemy

This seems the most appropriate name, by analogy with the groups for
Khoros and Matlab.  The group would be unmoderated.

What is Ptolemy:

Ptolemy provides a highly flexible foundation for the specification,
simulation, and rapid prototyping of systems.  It is an object
oriented framework within which diverse models of computation can
co-exist and interact.  For example, using Ptolemy a data-flow
system can be easily connected to a hardware simulator which in turn
may be connected to a discrete-event system, etc.  Because of this,
Ptolemy can be used to model entire systems.

In addition, Ptolemy has code generation capabilities.  From a
flow graph description, Ptolemy can generate both C code and DSP
assembly code for rapid prototyping.  (Code generation facilities
are presently limited).

Ptolemy has been used for a broad range of applications including
signal processing, telecomunications, parallel processing, wireless
communications, network design, radio astronomy, real time systems, and
hardware/software co-design.  Ptolemy has also been used as a lab
for signal processing and communications courses.  Currently Ptolemy
has hundreds of users in over 100 sites, both in industry and academia.

A new release of Ptolemy (version 0.5, which if it were numbered like most
software would be 5.0, since it is the 5th major release) is planned for
next week (knock on wood).  It is freely redistributable under the
Berkeley licensing terms (same as for Tcl/Tk).  It currently runs on
Sun Sparcs (SunOS 4.1.x), DecStations (Ultrix), and HP-PA (HP-UX).

There is presently a mailing list, [email protected],
for Ptolemy discussion, with more than 200 participants.  It's starting
to get a bit large for a mailing list, and it seems time to make a
newsgroup.

Any discussion that is relevant to Ptolemy would be fair game for the
newsgroup.
-- 
-- Joe Buck	[email protected]
Posting from but not speaking for Synopsys, Inc.
Formerly jbuck@<various-hosts>.eecs.berkeley.edu

From [email protected] (RonDippold) Fri Apr  8 15:55:45 1994
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From: [email protected] (Ron "Asbestos" Dippold)
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Subject: CFV: comp.soft-sys.ptolemy
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                          FIRST CALL FOR VOTES (of 2)
                   unmoderated group comp.soft-sys.ptolemy

Newsgroups line:
comp.soft-sys.ptolemy	The Ptolemy simulation/code generation environment

Votes must be received by 23:59:59 UTC, 29 April 1994.

After this CFV appears on news.announce.newgroups, the proponent will
post it to the Ptolemy-Hackers list <[email protected]>.

This vote is being conducted by a neutral third party.  For voting
questions only contact [email protected]  For questions about the
proposed group contact Joe Buck <[email protected]>



CHARTER

comp.soft-sys.ptolemy will be a forum for discussion by the users and
implementers of Ptolemy, the freely redistributable block-diagram-oriented
tool for simulation, software prototyping, and code generation from the
University of California, Berkeley.

BACKGROUND

What is Ptolemy:

Ptolemy provides a highly flexible foundation for the specification,
simulation, and rapid prototyping of systems.  It is an object
oriented framework within which diverse models of computation can
co-exist and interact.  For example, using Ptolemy a data-flow
system can be easily connected to a hardware simulator which in turn
may be connected to a discrete-event system, etc.  Because of this,
Ptolemy can be used to model entire systems.

In addition, Ptolemy has code generation capabilities.  From a
flow graph description, Ptolemy can generate both C code and DSP
assembly code for rapid prototyping.  Note that code generation is
not yet complete, and is included in the current release for
demonstration purposes only.

Ptolemy has been used for a broad range of applications including
signal processing, telecomunications, parallel processing, wireless
communications, network design, radio astronomy, real time systems, and
hardware/software co-design.  Ptolemy has also been used as a lab
for signal processing and communications courses.  Currently Ptolemy
has hundreds of users in over 100 sites, both in industry and academia.

A new major release of Ptolemy (version 0.5, which if it were numbered
like most software would be 5.0, since it is the 5th major release)
has just been announced; the FTP site is ptolemy.eecs.berkeley.edu.
Get and read pub/README to find out how to retrieve the distribution.

RATIONALE

There is presently a mailing list, [email protected],
for Ptolemy discussion, with more than 200 participants and growing.  A
large increase is expected with the new release.  It's starting to get a
bit large for a mailing list, and it seems time to make a newsgroup.
Many members of the mailing list, as well as others, have suggested a
newsgroup.

The name is chosen to correspond to similar newsgroups for the Khoros
and Matlab systems, which are also under comp.soft-sys.


HOW TO VOTE

Send MAIL to:   [email protected]
Just Replying should work if you are not reading this on a mailing list.

Your mail message should contain one of the following statements:
      I vote YES on comp.soft-sys.ptolemy
      I vote NO on comp.soft-sys.ptolemy

You may also ABSTAIN in place of YES/NO - this will not affect the outcome.
Anything else may be rejected by the automatic vote counting program.  The
votetaker will respond to your received ballots with a personal acknowledge-
ment by mail - if you do not receive one within several days, try again.
It's your responsibility to make sure your vote is registered correctly.

One vote counted per person, no more than one per account. Addresses and
votes of all voters will be published in the final voting results list.

From [email protected] (RonDippold) Tue Apr 19 17:50:27 1994
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From: [email protected] (Ron "Asbestos" Dippold)
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Subject: 2nd CFV: comp.soft-sys.ptolemy
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                          LAST CALL FOR VOTES (of 2)
                   unmoderated group comp.soft-sys.ptolemy

Newsgroups line:
comp.soft-sys.ptolemy   The Ptolemy simulation/code generation environment

Votes must be received by 23:59:59 UTC, 29 April 1994.

After this CFV appears on news.announce.newgroups, the proponent will
post it to the Ptolemy-Hackers list <[email protected]>.

This vote is being conducted by a neutral third party.  For voting
questions only contact [email protected]  For questions about the
proposed group contact Joe Buck <[email protected]>



CHARTER

comp.soft-sys.ptolemy will be a forum for discussion by the users and
implementers of Ptolemy, the freely redistributable block-diagram-oriented
tool for simulation, software prototyping, and code generation from the
University of California, Berkeley.

BACKGROUND

What is Ptolemy:

Ptolemy provides a highly flexible foundation for the specification,
simulation, and rapid prototyping of systems.  It is an object
oriented framework within which diverse models of computation can
co-exist and interact.  For example, using Ptolemy a data-flow
system can be easily connected to a hardware simulator which in turn
may be connected to a discrete-event system, etc.  Because of this,
Ptolemy can be used to model entire systems.

In addition, Ptolemy has code generation capabilities.  From a
flow graph description, Ptolemy can generate both C code and DSP
assembly code for rapid prototyping.  Note that code generation is
not yet complete, and is included in the current release for
demonstration purposes only.

Ptolemy has been used for a broad range of applications including
signal processing, telecomunications, parallel processing, wireless
communications, network design, radio astronomy, real time systems, and
hardware/software co-design.  Ptolemy has also been used as a lab
for signal processing and communications courses.  Currently Ptolemy
has hundreds of users in over 100 sites, both in industry and academia.

A new major release of Ptolemy (version 0.5, which if it were numbered
like most software would be 5.0, since it is the 5th major release)
has just been announced; the FTP site is ptolemy.eecs.berkeley.edu.
Get and read pub/README to find out how to retrieve the distribution.

RATIONALE

There is presently a mailing list, [email protected],
for Ptolemy discussion, with more than 200 participants and growing.  A
large increase is expected with the new release.  It's starting to get a
bit large for a mailing list, and it seems time to make a newsgroup.
Many members of the mailing list, as well as others, have suggested a
newsgroup.

The name is chosen to correspond to similar newsgroups for the Khoros
and Matlab systems, which are also under comp.soft-sys.


HOW TO VOTE

Send MAIL to:   [email protected]
Just Replying should work if you are not reading this on a mailing list.

Your mail message should contain one of the following statements:
      I vote YES on comp.soft-sys.ptolemy
      I vote NO on comp.soft-sys.ptolemy

You may also ABSTAIN in place of YES/NO - this will not affect the outcome.
Anything else may be rejected by the automatic vote counting program.  The
votetaker will respond to your received ballots with a personal acknowledge-
ment by mail - if you do not receive one within several days, try again.
It's your responsibility to make sure your vote is registered correctly.

One vote counted per person, no more than one per account. Addresses and
votes of all voters will be published in the final voting results list.



comp.soft-sys.ptolemy Bounce List - No need to revote
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@s.ms.uky.edu                                                                 
[email protected]                                       Phil Sohn
[email protected]                                  Dan Zulaica

From [email protected] (RonDippold) Wed May  4 17:42:06 1994
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From: [email protected] (Ron "Asbestos" Dippold)
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Subject: RESULT: comp.soft-sys.ptolemy passes 311:20
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                                    RESULT
	unmoderated group comp.soft-sys.ptolemy passes 311:20

There were 311 YES votes and 20 NO votes, for a total of 331 valid votes. 
There were 3 abstains.

For group passage, YES votes must be at least 2/3 of all valid (YES and NO)
votes.   There also must be at least 100 more YES votes than NO votes. 

There is a five day discussion period after these results are posted.  If no
serious allegations of voting irregularities are raised, the moderator of
news.announce.newgroups will create the group shortly thereafter.


Newsgroups line:
comp.soft-sys.ptolemy   The Ptolemy simulation/code generation environment

This vote is being conducted by a neutral third party.  For voting
questions only contact [email protected]  For questions about the
proposed group contact Joe Buck <[email protected]>



CHARTER

comp.soft-sys.ptolemy will be a forum for discussion by the users and
implementers of Ptolemy, the freely redistributable block-diagram-oriented
tool for simulation, software prototyping, and code generation from the
University of California, Berkeley.

BACKGROUND

What is Ptolemy:

Ptolemy provides a highly flexible foundation for the specification,
simulation, and rapid prototyping of systems.  It is an object
oriented framework within which diverse models of computation can
co-exist and interact.  For example, using Ptolemy a data-flow
system can be easily connected to a hardware simulator which in turn
may be connected to a discrete-event system, etc.  Because of this,
Ptolemy can be used to model entire systems.

In addition, Ptolemy has code generation capabilities.  From a
flow graph description, Ptolemy can generate both C code and DSP
assembly code for rapid prototyping.  Note that code generation is
not yet complete, and is included in the current release for
demonstration purposes only.

Ptolemy has been used for a broad range of applications including
signal processing, telecomunications, parallel processing, wireless
communications, network design, radio astronomy, real time systems, and
hardware/software co-design.  Ptolemy has also been used as a lab
for signal processing and communications courses.  Currently Ptolemy
has hundreds of users in over 100 sites, both in industry and academia.

A new major release of Ptolemy (version 0.5, which if it were numbered
like most software would be 5.0, since it is the 5th major release)
has just been announced; the FTP site is ptolemy.eecs.berkeley.edu.
Get and read pub/README to find out how to retrieve the distribution.

RATIONALE

There is presently a mailing list, [email protected],
for Ptolemy discussion, with more than 200 participants and growing.  A
large increase is expected with the new release.  It's starting to get a
bit large for a mailing list, and it seems time to make a newsgroup.
Many members of the mailing list, as well as others, have suggested a
newsgroup.

The name is chosen to correspond to similar newsgroups for the Khoros
and Matlab systems, which are also under comp.soft-sys.

comp.soft-sys.ptolemy Final Vote Ack

Voted Yes
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jat@CrystalData.COM                                            John A. Tamplin
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jayaram@corp.cirrus.com                                       Jayaram Kalpathy
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jbshaw@teleport.com                                               John B. Shaw
jbuck@Synopsys.COM                                                    Joe Buck
jdaly@ll.mit.edu                                                      Jim Daly
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jeff@ee.latrobe.edu.au                                            Jeff O'Keefe
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jmtrisc@aplcenmp.apl.jhu.edu                                             Joe T
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marys@messier.eecs.berkeley.edu                                   Mary Stewart
mastro@cps.na.cnr.it                                       michele mastroianni
matt.kangas@analog.com                                             Matt Kangas
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menace@comm.toronto.edu                                Chan Sze Keong (Dennis)
menidd@neumann.uwaterloo.ca                                       Michael Nidd
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Miller.Puckette@ircam.fr                                       Miller Puckette
mjjenki@relay.nswc.navy.mil                                                   
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mol@Minsk.DoCS.UU.SE                                             Mikael Olsson
moyarzun@BBN.COM                                                              
mrc@big.att.com                                               M. Reha Civanlar
mrichards@arpa.mil                                                   mrichards
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murthy@heaviside.eecs.berkeley.edu                              Praveen Murthy
mzeytin@ee.ryerson.ca                                        Mehmet Zeytinoglu
nachterg@imec.be                                             Lode Nachtergaele
neal@ctd.comsat.com                                                Neal Becker
nestorv@eecs.umich.edu                                          Nestor Voronka
nsu@sm.luth.se                                                                
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paolo.coppo@cselt.stet.it                                                     
parks@bennett.eecs.berkeley.edu                                      Tom Parks
pascoe@MathWorks.COM                                               Dave Pascoe
paul@eg426.berkeley.edu                                          Paul Milligan
pearce@hook.wdgarl.wes.mot.com                                     Mike Pearce
pehl@hannover.sgp.slb.com                                              H. Pehl
pek@longinus.canberra.edu.au                                       Peter Kenne
per@wdpdts.wd.estec.esa.nl                                      Per Loekkemyhr
phil_sohn1@quickmail.apple.com                                       Phil Sohn
Piet.Wauters@esat.kuleuven.ac.be                                              
pino@hubble.eecs.berkeley.edu                                   Jose Luis Pino
plangner@bnr.ca                                              paul (p.) langner
pmohanra@pcocd2.intel.com                                  Palanisamy Mohanraj
prestonh@cyberspace.com                                          Preston Hauck
ptoleme@ese-metz.fr                                                           
ptolemy@ait.nrl.navy.mil                                          Dick Stevens
qian@neuroth.co.at                                                  Qian Zhang
quinn@phoenix.Princeton.EDU                                   Michael J. Quinn
r.oxbrow@ee.mu.OZ.AU                                                  r oxbrow
raghav@cs.binghamton.edu                                                     _
rainer@castor.lkn.e-technik.tu-muenchen.de                   Rainer Siebenhaar
rbp@pintail.lanl.gov                                                 Raj Patil
rbz@hook.wdgarl.wes.mot.com                                       Rodd Zurcher
rdm@cfcl.com                                                        Rich Morin
reason@metcalf.eecs.berkeley.edu                              Johnathan Reason
Renaud.Hebert@mimosa.unice.fr                                    Hebert Renaud
rfanta@cea.Berkeley.EDU                                          Richard Fanta
rgwilhel@uncc.edu                                             Robert G Wilhelm
richard@tv.tv.tek.com                                              Richard Kim
rick@bcm.tmc.edu                                             Richard H. Miller
rjaffe@hannibal.ATL.GE.COM                                     Richard C Jaffe
rjjt@netcom.com                                                 Richard Tobias
rob@pe1chl.ampr.org                                                Rob Janssen
robert@is.aist-nara.ac.jp                                                     
roosi@rasi.lr.ttu.ee                                               Aarne Roosi
rouvaen@univ-valenciennes.fr                                           rouvaen
rs@ife.ee.ethz.ch                                            Rolf Sommerhalder
SAAST8@vms.cis.pitt.edu                                             THE PRINCE
safeplaces@aol.com                                                            
samel@imec.be                                                      Sunil Samel
santos@pistons.sps.mot.com                              federico de los santos
saty_su@pts.mot.com                               SUNIL SATYAMURTI X3342 Ppppp
saz@hook.wdgarl.wes.mot.com                                   Scott Zabolotzky
scenter@bnr.ca                                             stephen (s.) center
scheidt@Synopsys.COM                                              Paul Scheidt
segura@hal.ugr.es                                             J.C. Segura Luna
sergio@bedevere.AMD.COM                                         Sergio Ramirez
sha@snucom.snu.ac.kr                                                  Prof. Ha
shuvra@gauss.eecs.berkeley.edu                            Shuvra Bhattacharyya
SIGMUND@kihelektro.kih.no                                    Sigmund Gudvangen
sjpark%adam.kaist.ac.kr@daiduk.kaist.ac.kr                      Park SeungJong
sjr@eng.cam.ac.uk                                                             
skr@kau.vtt.fi                                                   Seppo Rantala
slock@eurecom.fr                                                    Dirk Slock
smohanak@fourier.cecase.ukans.edu                        Satish Mohanakrishnan
snelgar@doe.carleton.ca                                       Martin Snelgrove
solarcar@meceng.coe.neu.edu                                N.U. Solar Car Team
sriram@doppler.eecs.berkeley.edu                                     S. Sriram
ssheng@zabriskie.EECS.Berkeley.EDU                                            
stadler@ll.mit.edu                                            J. Scott Stadler
stefano@wdpdts.wd.estec.esa.nl                                Stefano Gonnelli
steve@vigra.com                                               Steve Haehnichen
strom@alpha.ee.ufl.edu                                           Erik G. Strom
swkim@dspsun.sait.samsung.co.kr                                  Sang Wook Kim
tangneyb@fisheries.nsw.gov.au                                    Brian Tangney
tbui@sedona.intel.com                                                Tuan Bui~
td90bg@hh.se                                                      Bengt Gorden
teo@prz.tu-berlin.de                                       Theodoros Kyfonidis
tgl@netcom12.netcom.com                                               Tom Lane
tkc@pine.ece.utexas.edu                                     Thomas K. Callaway
tm90mn@hh.se                                                    Magnus Nilsson
travis@shortbus.mitre.org                                                     
twleung@bnr.ca                                               tze-wo (t.) leung
usa1@garfield.fe.up.pt                                Aluno de Silvio Abrantes
uswnvg!mcoluzz@uunet.UU.NET                                    Michael Coluzzi
uwe.huebner@hrz.tu-chemnitz.de                                Prof.Uwe Huebner
Uwe.Steinhausen@gmd.de                                  Uwe Steinhausen I5.EDS
vanandel@stout.atd.ucar.EDU                                       Joe VanAndel
velez@bnr.ca                                                edgar (e.f.) velez
ventre@cps.na.cnr.it                                            giorgio ventre
vissers@prl.philips.nl                                         Kees A. Vissers
vjs@lenkkari.cs.tut.fi                                             Vesa Savela
vkm@eedsp.gatech.edu                                        Vijay K. Madisetti
vleung@ee.ubc.ca                                                              
voegel@lkn.e-technik.tu-muenchen.de                          Hans-Joerg Voegel
vukovic@wes.mot.com                                               Ivan Vukovic
wcheung@ee.ubc.ca                                                             
wgr%babar@rtifs2.rti.org                                                      
whuang@wang.eecs.berkeley.edu                                    Wei-Jen Huang
williams@etc.atinc.com                                           Dave Williams
wilson@k2.bdti.com                                                 Dave Wilson
wjohnson@nrl7350.nrlssc.navy.mil                                Walter Johnson
wkreuzer@email.tuwien.ac.at                                     Werner KREUZER
wli@viterbi.eecs.berkeley.edu                                        Wei-Yi Li
woesner@ftsu09.ee.TU-Berlin.DE                                   Hagen Woesner
wolf@dutentb.et.tudelft.nl                                 Pieter van der Wolf
wongi@netcom.com                                                    Isaac Wong
woo@ra-next.arc.nasa.gov                           Alex Woo x6010 227-6 rm 315
wstuartj@ecn.purdue.edu                                         W Stuart Jones
wtc@messier.eecs.berkeley.edu                                    Wan-teh Chang
wyk@sparc1.ee.ncku.edu.tw                                                   Wu
xmei@slepian.eecs.berkeley.edu                                        Mei Xiao
xuan@sr.hp.com                                                    Xiaohua Xuan
yadallee@GALcon.Ersys.edmonton.ab.CA                     Dave Shariff Yadallee
ylval@isy.liu.se                                           Ylva Leijon Larsson
yona@eng.tau.ac.il                                                   Yona Eyal
yonik@bnr.ca                                                 yonik (y.) breton
yorkr@cs.man.ac.uk                                                Richard York
younger@sig1.arl.army.mil                                           M. Younger
yuanchi@bode.eecs.berkeley.edu                                  Yuan-Chi Chang
zarnich@ait.nrl.navy.mil                                        Robert Zarnich
zie@LTE.E-TECHNIK.uni-erlangen.de                               Thomas Ziegler
zigmunds@dsv.su.se                                            Zigmunds Vainers
zulaica@maunakea.ece.nps.navy.mil                                  Dan Zulaica

Voted No
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apolzer@cs.ucsd.edu                                             Andreas Polzer
berryh@udel.edu                                                               
bsb2@columbia.edu                                              Bernard S Black
crouchkp@flidh102.delcoelect.com                                              
cward@Think.COM                                               Christopher Ward
grohol@alpha.acast.nova.edu                                        John Grohol
HD0022%ALBNYVMS.bitnet@UACSC2.ALBANY.EDU                           Chip Dunham
Horst.Salzwedel@TheoInf.TU-Ilmenau.DE                          Horst Salzwedel
jfortt@dorsai.dorsai.org                                          Joseph Fortt
jfurr@acpub.duke.edu                                                 Joel Furr
jrm@globalvillag.com                                     John R. MacWilliamson
j_herlih@oz.plymouth.edu                                                   Axl
Kari.Hurtta@fmi.fi                                              Kari E. Hurtta
pk@vlsi.auc.dk                                                      Peter Koch
rcsiebel@vnet3.vub.ac.be                                      Roland Siebelink
S.Flockton@rhbnc.ac.uk                                                        
smarry@turing.toronto.edu                                       Marc Moorcroft
srogers@tad.eds.com                                               Steve Rogers
stainles@bga.com                                                  Dwight Brown
WARD@ernie.van.forintek.ca                                        Ward F. Bush

Abstained
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flash@AUSTIN.LOCKHEED.COM                                           Jim Melton
lmccarth@freya.cs.umass.edu                                                   
mmt@RedBrick.COM                                          Maxime Taksar KC6ZPS

 
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