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+TES tools -- version 0.1
+Marsh 31th, 2012
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+Author: Moez Kilani
+
+TES tools is a set of fortran routines
+that performs input-output analysis.
+It is basically intended to perform
+regional analysis.
+
+Installation
+============
+
+There are mainly two steps.
+
+1. Linux (debian/ubuntu): in terminal mode
+unpack the content of the rtes.tar file
+
+The tar file content:
+
+- maintes.f : main program
+- input.f : read data file
+- lq.f : computes location quotients and the matrix
+used to adjust the national one.
+- regional.f : estimates local coeficient matrix
+based on the national matrix and location quotient method
+- matcoef.f : computes the coefient matrix
+- matinv.f : inverts a matrix (relies on lapack subroutines)
+- quick_sort2.f : a subroutine for sorting output
+written by Leonard J. Moss.
+
+2. Type "make"
+
+Important: you should have:
+- lapack, and
+- gfortran
+installed to proceed.
+
+Compilation on other plateforms has not been
+tried but should not be complicate. 
+For example, the command:
+
+	gfortran -o rtes.exe *.f -llapack
+
+should produce the excutable on DOS/WINDOWS terminal.
+
+Running
+=======
+
+1. prepare an input file. See the provided example
+"example.9" for the structure of such file.
+Since the interpreter is rudimentary and does
+not perform serious syntax check, the input file 
+should be correct, or unexpected output is produced.
+
+2. Use the command
+       ./rtes input-file
+where "input-file" is the data file.
+
+Remarks
+=======
+
+1. tes uses lapack subroutine to inverse the I-A
+matrix. 
+
+2. The sorting of the output relies on the
+quick sort subroutine written by Leonard J. Moss
+and given in the file "quick_sort2.f".
+
+
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