OS X Scientific Computing:General disclaimer
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Copyright (c) 2006 William Scott and co-authors
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Hexley Darwin Mascot Figure:
Hexley is the OS X Darwin operating system mascot, created by Jon Hooper. More about Hexley.
Hexley DarwinOS Mascot Copyright 2000 by Jon Hooper. All Rights Reserved.
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