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  1. We recently discovered that the PTM software is no longer available from the HPLabs website. We have placed both the Mac and Windows versions of the PTMFitter in a dropbox along with the license file from HP. You can get the software from here: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/jfsy0lhxu6zv4i4/AADJpq6E_GJmNw_s5C8r94CVa?dl=0 Also - many papers on PTM and RTI are by Tom Malzbender - and you can find them on his personal website: https://sites.google.com/site/tommalzbender/
  2. The PTM fitter plug-in is no more available from HP lab site. Could anyone share it? Thanks. Sophia
  3. Hi, I really had trouble getting my IT department to install the RTI builder application. Now it is installed - after a month of quarrels. And now I get all the way to fitting the PTM so I tried the only fitter.exe file I could find - the hshfitter. And I got the message Unknown Error Detected! I'm assuming the PTM fitter file should be in the Fitters folder but I as I said - I can only find the HSHfitter. I looked around in the other folders and found something in the Plugins folder - and found a folder called PTMfitter - but looking into that I find a .txt file and a PTMfitterPlugin.jar file. Can anyone help me? Did the IT department mess up the program?
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