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Steven M Casselman: Computer network of distributed virtual computers which are EAC reconfigurable in response to instruction to be executed. Virtual Computer Corporation, Michaelson & Wallace, September 1, 1998: US05802290 (238 worldwide citation)

A virtual network consists of many distributed virtual computers interconnected over a communication network of individual links, such as optical fibers or electrical conductors, for example. Each distributed virtual computer has at least two ports connected over respective links to other respective ...


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Steven Mark Casselman: FPGA virtual computer for executing a sequence of program instructions by successively reconfiguring a group of FPGA in response to those instructions. Virtual Computer Corporation, Michaelson & Wallace, November 4, 1997: US05684980 (186 worldwide citation)

An array of FPGAs change their configurations successively during performance of successive user-defined algorithms. Adjacent FPGAs are connected through external field programmable interconnection devices (FPINs) or cross-bar switches. The array includes a processor-like device capable of performin ...


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Steven M Casselman: Computer with programmable arrays which are reconfigurable in response to instructions to be executed. Virtual Computer Corporation, Michaelson & Wallace, February 8, 2000: US06023755 (152 worldwide citation)

A virtual network consists of many distributed virtual computers interconnected over a communication network of individual links, such as optical fibers or electrical conductors, for example. Each distributed virtual computer has at least two ports connected over respective links to other respective ...


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Steven Casselman: Virtual computer of plural FPG's successively reconfigured in response to a succession of inputs. Virtual Computer Corporation, Michaelson & Wallace, September 11, 2001: US06289440 (104 worldwide citation)

A virtual network consists of many distributed virtual computers interconnected over a communication network of individual links, such as optical fibers or electrical conductors, for example. Each distributed virtual computer has at least two ports connected over respective links to other respective ...


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Steve M Casselman: Modular, hybrid processor and method for producing a modular, hybrid processor. Virtual Computer Corporation, Michaelson & Wallace, January 23, 2001: US06178494 (81 worldwide citation)

A method is disclosed for integrating a field programmable gate array (FPGA) with a microprocessor to form a single, multi-chip or stacked, hybrid processor module. The method includes the identification and parallel routing of selected I/O pins of the FPGA and microprocessor. The method further inc ...