Scott McGregor

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The X Window System { has become widely accepted by many m a n ufac-turers. X provides network transparent access to display s e r v ers, allowing local and remote client programs to access a user's display. X is used on high performance workstation displays as well as terminals, and client programs run on everything from micro to super computers. This(More)
One of the most exciting and controversial areas in display graphics today is the use of PostScript for screen display and window systems. PostScript is an interpretive programming language with powerful, resolution-independent graphics capabilities. PostScript played a key role in bringing about the desktop publishing revolution and is now a de facto(More)
Optimal outcome for early breast cancer patients receiving adjuvant chemotherapy requires adequate dose delivery, commonly defined as >85% of planned dose of chemotherapy agents. Outside the clinical trial setting, reports from community oncology centres have demonstrated that a significant proportion of patients fail to receive this dose intensity, with(More)
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