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Eric Nestler, Thomas F Knight: Optical Mouse. Symbolics, Sprung Horn Kramer & Woods, January 17, 1989: US04799055 (110 worldwide citation)

A method and device for converting movement of an optical mouse on a surface having any random surface pattern of relatively light and dark areas separated by edges to electrical signals representing a direction of motion relative to two non-parallel axes. A plurality of prechargeable photon sensors ...


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John T Holloway, David A Moon, Howard I Cannon, Thomas F Knight, Bruce E Edwards, Daniel L Weinreb: Symbolic language data processing system. Symbolics, Sprung Horn Kramer & Woods, May 1, 1990: US04922414 (82 worldwide citation)

A symbolic language data processing system comprises a sequencer unit, a data path unit, a memory control unit, a front-end processor, an I/O and a main memory connected on a common Lbus to which other peripherals and data units can be connected for intercommunication. The system architecture includ ...


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Thomas F Knight Jr: System and method for parallel processing with mostly functional languages. Symbolics, Sprung Horn Kramer & Woods, April 25, 1989: US04825360 (32 worldwide citation)

A parallel processing system is receptive of a program and has at least two processors connected in parallel to a shared main memory. Each processor executes instructions of the program which includes side-effecting instructions which modify the contents of a location in main memory and functional i ...


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John T Holloway, David A Moon, Howard I Cannon, Thomas F Knight, Bruce E Edwards, Daniel L Weinreb: Symbolic language data processing system. Symbolics, Sprung Horn Kramer & Woods, December 12, 1989: US04887235 (28 worldwide citation)

A symbolic language data processing system comprises a sequencer unit, a data path unit, a memory control unit, a front-end processor, an I/O and a main memory connected on a common Lbus to which other peripherals and data units can be connected for intercommunication. The system architecture includ ...


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Ronald J Lebel: Programmable clock generator. Symbolics, Sprung Horn Kramer & Woods, May 17, 1988: US04745573 (17 worldwide citation)

A programmable clock generator includes programmable logic arrays implementing a shift register and control circuits elements connected between the inputs and outputs of the shift register elements and responsive to a code applied thereto for skipping preselected shift register elements during shift ...


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Lynn Noble, Richard Leitermann, James E Kulp: Tiltable monitor. Symbolics, Sprung Horn Kramer & Woods, February 23, 1988: US04726633 (13 worldwide citation)

A computer monitor is provided with a chassis including a base, a rear support fixed to the base and extending vertically upwardly therefrom, and a front support connected to a cathode-ray tube. The front support and the cathode-ray tube are mounted above the base and spaced apart therefrom for pivo ...


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Weinreb Daniel L, Holloway John T, Moon David A, Cannon Howard I, Knight Thomas F, Edwards Bruce E: Symbolic language data processing system.. Symbolics, July 18, 1984: EP0113460-A2 (8 worldwide citation)

A symbolic language data processing system comprises a sequencer (SQ) unit, a data path (DP) unit, a memory control (MC) unit, a front-end processor (FEP), an I/O unit (I/O) and a main memory (MM) connected on a common Lbus (LBUS) to which other devices (OD) like peripheral and data units can be con ...


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Moon David A, Palmer Logan P, Gawboy Barton H, Lebel Ronald J: Disk controller bus interface.. Symbolics, October 14, 1987: EP0240749-A2 (7 worldwide citation)

In a symbolic processing system, a standard disk controller chip which operates with 16 bit words is first converted into 32 bit words and is thereafter converted in the system processor to 36 bit words for storage in main memory. The conversion by the processor is carried out by breaking up at leas ...


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Eric Nestler: Light pipe for an optical mouse. Symbolics, Sprung Horn Kramer & Woods, December 29, 1987: US04716287 (7 worldwide citation)

A light pipe for use in an optical mouse comprises a block of light transmitting fibers comprising a plurality of parallel light transmissive regular polygonal fiber cores each surrounded by light transmissive cladding having a lower index of refraction than the core. The ratio of the width of the c ...


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Brendan O Farrell, Thomas C Tisone: Lateral flow assays using two dimensional features. Symbolics, Morrison & Foerster, July 16, 2013: US08486717 (6 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to novel lateral flow devices using two dimensional features, preferably, uniform two dimensional test and control features, and the methods for detecting an analyte using the lateral flow devices, and processes for making the lateral flow devices.