The X window system, version 11

@article{Gettys1990TheXW,
  title={The X window system, version 11},
  author={J. Gettys and P. L. Karlton and Scott L. McGregor},
  journal={Software: Practice and Experience},
  year={1990},
  volume={20}
}
The X Window System® has become widely accepted by many manufacturers. X provides network transparent access to display servers, 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. 
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