Victor Dirda

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In two double-blind trials, volunteers challenged with rhinovirus were treated with aspirin or placebo. Aspirin treatment did not alter the rates of infection or illness but was associated with a moderate reduction in the frequency or severity of some symptoms. The overall benefit in rhinovirus infection was not statistically significant. Aspirin treatment(More)
Six controlled trials of a topical interferon inducer, N',N'-diotadecyl-N',N'-bis-(2-hydroxyethyl) propanediamine (CP 20961), against rhinovirus infection in volunteers were reviewed. Controls were the drug vehicle (which consisted of a mixture of polysorbate-80 in gylcerol and saline), saline only, and oral lactose. Multiple doses of the inducer given(More)
This paper presents a bridging framework for combining the results of various models of human-computer interaction. It views a system as a composite of interacting subsystems, and describes how those subsystems must be structured to permit compositions in which responsibility for global behavior can be appropriately ascribed. The paper presents a(More)
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