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Christopher B Wright, Stephen Bristow: Automated transaction system with modular printhead having print authentication feature. Wright Technologies, Leighton K Chong, September 5, 1989: US04864618 (982 worldwide citation)

An automated transaction system employs a terminal for printing a value indicia, such as a postmark, on an article. The terminal contains a modular printer unit which has a printhead and a dedicated microprocessor physically permanently bonded together such that the printhead microprocessor cannot b ...


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Christopher B Wright, Stephen Bristow: Automated transaction system. Wright Technologies, Jordan B Bierman, Leighton K Chong, January 31, 1989: US04802218 (271 worldwide citation)

An automated transaction system employs a card maintaining an account balance and a terminal for dispensing an article of value and debiting the card's balance. The card has a secure, resident microprocessor which executes an interactive handshake recognition procedure with a secure, resident microp ...


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Christopher B Wright, Stephen Bristow: Automated transaction system with insertable cards for transferring account data. Wright Technologies, Leighton K Chong, February 13, 1990: US04900903 (177 worldwide citation)

An automated transaction system employs microprocessor-bearing user cards each issued to a respective user for maintaining a history of user account transactions and a user account balance, microprocessor-bearing master cards issued to vendors for maintaining a history of master account transactions ...


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Christopher B Wright, Stephen Bristow: Automated transaction system with insertable cards for downloading rate or program data. Wright Technologies, Chong Leighton K, February 13, 1990: US04900904 (148 worldwide citation)

An automated transaction system employs portable rate cards having embedded memories for storing rate information corresponding to different services, and a terminal which receives an inserted rate card and operates to calculate the value of an item requested at the terminal by a user using the info ...


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Ronald D Lichty: Data compaction method for microprocessor cards. Wright Technologies, Bierman and Muserlian, September 27, 1988: US04774500 (13 worldwide citation)

A data compaction method, for writing data in highly compact binary form in a data storage medium using a microprocessor, compresses serially occurring transaction values in a limited memory space by substituting prefix codes for previously occurring values and for commonly occurring previous values ...


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Michie David Charles: Data representation and access method. Wright Technologies, August 14, 1996: EP0725952-A1

A method of representing and accessing an array of data is disclosed. Preferably, the array of data is an image. This involves determining a series of subsamples (21 to 28) of the array in which the subsamples (21 to 28) are of increasing granularity. The collection of the series of subsamples (21 t ...


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Michie David Charles: Data representation and access method. Wright Technologies, Michie David Charles, SPRUSON GPO Box 3989 Sydney NSW 2001, February 29, 1996: WO/1996/006395

A method of representing and accessing an array of data is disclosed. Preferably, the array of data is an image. This involves determining a series of subsamples (21 to 28) of the array in which the subsamples (21 to 28) are of increasing granularity. The collection of the series of subsamples (21 t ...


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Lichty Ronald D: Data compaction method for microprocessor cards. Wright Technologies, CHONG Leighton K, May 5, 1989: WO/1989/004090

A data compaction method, for writing data in highly compact binary form in a data storage medium using a microprocessor (30), compresses serially occurring transaction values in a limited memory space by substituting prefix codes for previously occurring values and for commonly occurring previous v ...