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James M Dunn: System for location of communication end users. International Business Machines Corporation, Barry L Haley, George E Grosser, August 19, 1997: US05659596 (137 worldwide citation)

A system for location of communication end users including a plurality of wide area networks which control the transmission of voice, data, file and other types of messages in a preconfigured exchange area, each area network including a plurality of local servicing offices controlled by a central re ...


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Richard A Dayan, Palmer E Newman: Securing trusted personal computer system against unauthorized movement. International Business Machines Corporation, John C Black, Barry L Haley, November 12, 1996: US05574786 (99 worldwide citation)

A personal computer system is described, having security features enabling control over access to data retained in such a system. The system has a normally closed enclosure, at least one erasable memory element for selective activation to active and inactive states and for receiving and storing a pr ...


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Dana L Beatty: Method for associating phone books with cellular NAMs. International Business Machines Corporation, George E Grosser, John C Black, Barry L Haley, October 7, 1997: US05675630 (97 worldwide citation)

A method of associating features, such as phone number directories, of a mobile communication module with individual NAMs in a communication module having a plurality of NAMs so as to provide accessibility to the directories based on the NAM activated for convenient and efficient access including th ...


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Johnson K Yan, Nicholas S Szabo, Lish Yann Chen: Method and apparatus for texture generation. The Singer Company, Barry L Haley, Thomas E Schatzel, September 30, 1986: US04615013 (83 worldwide citation)

A method and an apparatus for texture generation for a digital image generator of an aircraft flight simulator is disclosed in which (a selected two of the three) coordinates of each pixel of an image are inverse transformed to earth coordinates (112-124, in FIG. 11) from which addresses are develop ...


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Ernest D Baker, John M Dinwiddie Jr, Lonnie E Grice, James M Joyce, John M Loffredo, Kenneth R Sanderson: Method and apparatus for the direct transfer of information between application programs running on distinct processors without utilizing the services of one or both operating systems. IBM Corporation, John C Black, Robert S Babayi, Barry L Haley, November 29, 1994: US05369749 (80 worldwide citation)

The functions of two virtual operating systems (e.g., S/370 VM, VSE or IX370 and S/88 OS) are merged into one physical system. Partner pairs of S/88 processors run the S/88 OS and handle the fault tolerant and single system image aspects of the system. One or more partner pairs of S/370 processors a ...


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Johnson K Yan, Judit K Florence: Modular digital image generator. The Singer Company, Barry L Haley, February 11, 1986: US04570233 (67 worldwide citation)

A digital image generator (DIG) that realizes a modular architecture. The DIG employes a geometric processor that processes a plurality of prioritized faces which comprise an image to be displayed. The faces, in turn, comprise a plurality of picture elements (pixels) which are processed according to ...


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Johnson K Yan: Computer-generated image system to display translucent features with anti-aliasing. The Singer Company, Douglas M Clarkson, Barry L Haley, July 7, 1987: US04679040 (66 worldwide citation)

A computer-generated image system that is described in the Disclosure has a videoprocessor circuit with an integrator circuit to assign a predetermined identification to each edge of each face of any image that is to be displayed. Also, it has a "skip-over logic" circuit to identify any area in the ...


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George D Rowland: Inflatable athletic wrist movement restraint. Barry L Haley, Eugene F Malin, September 18, 1979: US04168063 (60 worldwide citation)

An athletic device for restraining hand movement about the wrist which allows for variably increasing or decreasing the relative stiffness of the restraining member that is adjustably coupled to the back and side of the hand and wrist. The device is used to prevent wrist "break" or undesired hand mo ...


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Billie G Griscom: Barbeque grill. Barry L Haley, December 7, 1982: US04362093 (59 worldwide citation)

An outdoor barbeque cooking unit suitable for outdoor cooking including simultaneous baking, grilling, roasting using charcoal, wood and the like for fuel comprising a vertical frame having an upper surface, a tray for holding the charcoal slidably mounted at the top of the frame, a hood slidably en ...


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Ernest D Baker, John M Dinwiddie Jr, Lonnie E Grice, James M Joyce, John M Loffredo, Kenneth R Sanderson: Uncoupling a central processing unit from its associated hardware for interaction with data handling apparatus alien to the operating system controlling said unit and hardware. IBM Corporation, John C Black, Robert S Babayi, Barry L Haley, February 7, 1995: US05388215 (52 worldwide citation)

The functions of two virtual operating systems (e. S/370 VM, VSE or IX370 and S/88 OS) are merged into one physical system. Partner pairs of S/88 processors run the S/88 OS and handle the fault tolerant and single system image aspects of the system. One or more partner pairs of S/370 processors are ...