For Help while using IFs, either in the Standalone Version or the Web Based version, simply hit F1. From the Standalone version, the Contact Sensitive Help System allows users to encounter a problem in a specific page, hit F1, and receive help tailored for that page
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Compatible with PCs with MS Windows (Most recent version of IFs successfully tested on Vista)
We recommend the following citation for references to IFs: The International Futures
(IFs) modeling system, version x.xx. IFs was initially developed by Barry B. Hughes
and is based at the Frederick S. Pardee Center for International Futures, Josef
Korbel School of International Studies, University of Denver, www.ifs.du.edu.
The book Exploring and Shaping International Futures, Paradigm Publishers will provide support for the use of International Futures and for more general analysis of global change.
Thanks to the U.S. National Intelligence Council (NIC) for supporting the development and refinement of web-based IFs as part of their Project 2020.
Thanks to Frederick S. Pardee for general, sustaining support of the fifth generation of IFs. IFs with Pardee is being used in support of the United Nations Environmental Programme's Global Environmental Outlook 4 (UNEP GEO-4). Use is planned in support of the Development Report+50.
Thanks to the University of Denver for providing a home for the IFs server. None of the above parties is responsible for any difficulties associated with the software or its use. Neither Dr. Barry Hughes nor any party associated with International Futures or this website shall be liable for any direct or indirect consequences of the installation or use of the International Futures system.
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