derivative work

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derivative work

noun consequential work, corollary work, ensuing work, resulting work, secondary work, subsequent work
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It is hoped therefore that these contributions by the three CAUTHE Fellows may serve to boost the familiarity with Australian derived work.
This can be done by employing a rigorously defined "cleanroom" method to transform a proprietary-laden dirty system into a proprietary-free clean system, one devoid of reliance on proprietary information, copyrighted material, or trade secrets and not considered a derived work. Such a method employs both a "Chinese wall" protocol of separation and the clean-room software engineering technology and process.
Rigorously defined clean-room method and process are needed to transform a proprietary-laden dirty system into a provably correct proprietary-free clean system--one convincingly devoid of reliance on proprietary information, copyrighted material or trade secrets and not considered a derived work; one with methods of investigating legitimacy, confirming intent and wherewithal of people, verifying process execution and validating outcomes in determining that a legitimate clean room was in operation--nd one with an outcome based on trusted software engineering principles and practices in producing provably correct software components.
The heart of the problem, so far as opens source hardware goes, is that the open source philosophy relies on the key principle that you are free to use my work, but only if you subsequently share your derived work, so the benefit continues.
SCO's legal theory fails, because they ignore the fact that if a work doesn't contain some portion of SCO's copyrighted code, it is not a derived work."
In order for the work to be truly copyleft, the license has to ensure that the author of a derived work can only distribute such works under the same or equivalent license <http://en.wikipedia.
Tenders are invited for : VARIOUS VESSELS: Maintenance of equipment and systems of cold, elements of kitchen and electrical appliances of the classrooms "Segura" and derived works during 2017
Promising to expand this cycle of mourning and recrimination is the dialogue set to transpire between such locally derived works and those of lesser-known international names who are in fact icons in their regions: Turkey's Giilsiin Karamustafa, for example, or India's Mrinalini Mukherjee.
Derived works must be distributed under the same license terms, however, GPL warranty disclaimers often use the language "distributed as-is with no warranty of implied merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose."
The license must allow modifications and derived works, and must allow them to be distributed under the same terms as the license of the original software.
"Open Source" is registered as a certification mark, subject to the conditions of The Open Source Definition (www.opensource.org/ osd.html), which has various explicit requirements: unrestricted redistribution; distributability of source code; permission for derived works; constraints on integrity; nondiscriminatory practices regarding individuals, groups, and fields of endeavor; transitive licensing of rights; context-free licensing; and noncontamination of associated software.
For a Giambologna, the production of derived works was a tool for promotion and European celebrity, while for the Northern ivory workers, who were forgotten by dominant historiography, intensive production could not prevent them from slipping into anonymity.