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Image Credits

Fig. 1. own photo, taken in Amsterdam, December 2010.
Fig. 2. Dilznacka, 2007.
Fig. 3. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Clifford L.H. Davis/Released 31 March 2010.,_with_the_Navy's_F-A-18_Green_Hornet,_announces_today_additional_measures_to_boost_domestic_energy_production_for_the_Nation_to_include_strategic_efforts_by_Department_of_Defens.jpg

Chapter II
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Fig. 5-7. Jesse Howard and OpenStructures
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Chapter III
Fig. 11-13. OpenDesk
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Chapter IV
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