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1 ===============================================================================
2                              Letter of reference
3 ===============================================================================
4 by Dr. Hansruedi Früh, 17 December 1999
5 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
6
7 (translated from German by myself)
8
9 Mr. Martin F. Krafft, born on 14 February 1979, resident at
10 Waldpromenade 36a in 82131 Gauting/München, Germany, worked for our company as
11 an intern in development and customer support between 16 August 1999 and 17
12 December 1999.
13
14 Mr. Krafft performed the following tasks:
15
16 * Development and improvement of our software product *NNetView for Windows*,
17   a graphical development and experimentation environment for the simulation
18   of neural networks.
19 * Representation of our company on fairs and exhibitions.
20 * Development of a Software Development Kit (SDK) for the programmatic control
21   of up to 63 robots via radio links or cable, in cooperation with the author
22   of the communication protocol. The SDK was developed in ANSI C++ for
23   Windows and Unix/Linux systems.
24 * Introduction of customers and demonstration of the software *NNetView*, as
25   well as our robotic platform *Samurai*.
26 * Maintenance and installation of several computers at our offices.
27 * Miscellaneous organisational activities.
28
29 These tasks were completed by Mr. Krafft with efficiency, resourcefulness,
30 enthusiam, and interest. His extensive experience with software development,
31 computers, and neural networks, in combination with his keen perception made
32 Mr. Krafft be a valuable and dependable asset for our company.
33
34 His friendliness and readiness to cooperate with others was very well received
35 with his colleagues.
36
37 We thank Mr. Krafft for his commitment to out company and would welcome him
38 back at any time.
39
40 .. class:: signature
41
42 signed Dr. Hansruedi Früh
43 Chief Executive Officer
44 Neuronics, Inc.