Running `mmjco` can generate three types of files: a file
containing values of the tunnel current amplitudes (TCA files), a file
containing the fitting parameters used to represent the tunnel current
amplitues in a compact form, and files that contain collections of
fitting parameter sets, as for a temperature sweep. The ``model''
files use the same format as the TCA files. By default, these files
are given a name that encodes the various parameter values used in
creation.

Tunnel current amplitude files, including model files, are by default given an internally-generated file name in the forms below.

tcaTTTTTTdddddDDDDDssPPPP.data

tcaTTTTTTdddddDDDDDssPPPP.raw

The ```tca`'' and ```.data`''/```.raw`'' and similar are
literal. All fields are fixed width and zero padded. Real numbers
are converted to integers by multiplying by a scale factor and
rounding to integer.

`TTTTTT`

A six-digit integer equal to 1e4**temperature*.`ddddd`

A 5-digit integer equal to 1e7**d1*, where*d1*is the side 1 gap potential in volts.`DDDDD`

A 5-digit integer equal to 1e7**d2*, where*d2*is the side 2 gap potential in volts.`ss`

A two digit integer equal to 1e3**sf*, where*sf*is the smoothing parameter.`PPPP`

The number of points used (`-x`option).

In * WRspice*, a rawfile (

The fitting parameter file name has the following form.

tcaTTTTTTdddddDDDDDssPPPP-nnHHH.fit

The first part, ahead of the `-', is as described above. Following the hyphen:

`nn`

The two-digit fitting table size.`HHH`

A three digit integer equal to 1e3**thr*, where*thr*is the compression threshold.

Sweep file names have the following form.

tswNNNttttttTTTTTTssPPPP-nnHHH.swp

The part following the hyphen is the same as for the fit file.

`NNN`

A three digit integer giving the number of records in the file.`tttttt`

A six digit integer equal to 1e4**Tstart*, where*Tstart*is the starting temperature in Kelvin.`TTTTTT`

A six digit integer equal to 1e4**Tdelta*, where*Tdelta*is the temperature spacing.`ss`

A two digit integer equal to 1e3**sf*, where*sf*is the smoothing parameter.`PPPP`

The number of points used (`-x`option).

The fit parameter table format is similar to that used by MiTMoJCo,
identical if the header is ignored. Note that the table values do not
match those found in the MiTMoJCo distribution. It seems that these
values are not unique, and the various programs can converge to
different sets. It was found that the original and present versions
of `mitmojco.py` gave different values, and neither matched the
values provided in the amplitudes folder.