OT-CC is first presented in McCarthy, John J. (forthcoming) Hidden Generalizations: Phonological Opacity in Optimality Theory.
London: Equinox Publishing Company.
You may cite CCamelOT as follows:
Becker, Michael (2005) CCamelOT web application, http://people.umass.edu/mbe/CCamelOT/
You can download the code from the I need a constraint!
For their valuable feedback and ideas, I would like to thank
Anne-Michelle Tessier and
Special thanks go to Kathryn Flack,
John McCarthy and Matt Wolf for their helpful comments
on several versions of CCamelOT.
I am also grateful to the audience at the LSA 80th Annual meeting
in Albuquerque, especially Luigi Burzio, Jason Riggle, Donca Steriade
and Adam Wayment.
Thanks also to the audience at the Tel Aviv University linguistics department colloquium,
especially to Outi Bat-El,
Fred Landman and
Thanks to Youri Zabbal for technical help.
I found much inspiration in two programs that do OT-related things:
by Bruce Hayes, Bruce Tesar, and Kie Zuraw.
by Paul Beorsma and David Weenink.