Terms of Use

“Acoustic-Phonetics Demonstrations” were developed for users who study or teach acoustic phonetics to intuitively understand and explain topics in this area. The content of the web site is available for every user for personal use, but the contents of the website are not to be used for commercial purposes in any way. This work only permits use for nonprofit educational purposes provided users display explicit credit to the copyright holder. It is necessary to apply for such permission to use the contents of this website officially. Please read the following terms of use and apply by sending an e-mail to Takayuki Arai (arai@sophia.ac.jp).

In the following, Party A is Takayuki Arai, Sophia University, and Party B is an applicant.

1. Terms of Use and Permission

Takayuki Arai permits the use of the Acoustic-Phonetics Demonstrations for research and educational purposes only.

2. Ownership of the copyright

The copyright of “The Acoustic-Phonetics Demonstrations” belongs to Party A.

3. Duty of presentation for permission of use

Party B is permitted to use the Acoustic-Phonetics Demonstrations if Party B agrees with Party A’s stated purpose for the Acoustic-Phonetics Demonstrations and if Party B has been granted permission from Party A. If Party B’s purpose goes beyond Party A’s stated permissible use, Party B must contact Party A for specific permission.

4. Limitation of use

Party B should understand the following in order to use the Acoustic-Phonetics Demonstrations.

4.1 Prohibition of second distribution

It is necessary to describe the copyright of Party A when Party B uses the Acoustic-Phonetics Demonstrations in an official capacity. Description is as follows:

Copyright (c) 2013 – 2015 Takayuki Arai, Sophia University. All Rights Reserved.

4.2 Announcement to an outcome of research

If Party B will be presenting or writing papers/documents for research using Party A’s materials, Party B must submit the papers/documents to Party A.

5. Fee

The materials are free for use.

6. Unexpected matters and situations

If an unexpected problem occurs, Party A and Party B should communicate sincerely to solve the problem.