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Bruce D Newman: Secure communication system. Carl C Kling, September 23, 1997: US05671285 (143 worldwide citation)

Encryption/decryption capable terminal units, such as FAX point-of-sale units, on non-secure telecommunications, use public keys for accessing selected target terminals, but make their messages secure by encryption according to private keys. Each subscriber terminal registers, with a central databas ...


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Hsieh T Hao, Huei Ling, Howard E Sachar, Jeffrey Weiss, Yannis J Yamour: (k)-Instructions-at-a-time pipelined processor for parallel execution of inherently sequential instructions. International Business Machines Corporation, Carl C Kling, June 10, 1986: US04594655 (143 worldwide citation)

Equipping a secondary data flow facility with additional capability, to emulate for certain operations the simultaneous processing of the prerequisite instruction and the dependent instruction, significantly improves simultaneous pipeline processing of inherently sequential instructions (k)-at-a-tim ...


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Subrata K Das, Norman R Dixon: Adaptive automatic discrete utterance recognition. International Business Machines Corporation, Carl C Kling, October 21, 1986: US04618984 (136 worldwide citation)

Adaptive training of a system for discrete utterance recognition during continuous speech permits single prototype utterances to be adapted to the needs of the talker, during operation, without tedious multiple recitation for training of prototypes. Initial training of the recognition system is by a ...


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Karen H Brown, David F Moore, Bernard J C van der Hoeven Jr: Composite back-etch/lift-off stencil for proximity effect minimization. International Business Machines Corporation, Carl C Kling, December 24, 1985: US04560435 (131 worldwide citation)

This composite back-etch/lift-off stencil method avoids the uncontrolled changes in the properties of contacts in small devices caused by the close proximity of the lift-off resist stencil to the contact area during the precleaning, surface preparation and metal deposition processes. This method lim ...


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Kanti Jain: Increased-security identification card system. Anvik Corporation, Carl C Kling, February 8, 1994: US05284364 (124 worldwide citation)

The invention is a document security system characterized by a data substrate having photographic or printed information on a base print, and also having a personalized polarization-altering overlay sealed to the base print and encoded with additional coded information readable under the influence o ...


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Kanti Jain: Nonlinearity-compensated large-area patterning system. Anvik Corporation, Carl C Kling, March 1, 1994: US05291240 (96 worldwide citation)

This patterning system has the ability to uniformly image a mask onto a substrate having nonlinear exposure characteristics, has large-area exposure capability, and comprises: (a) a stage system capable of synchronously scanning a mask and a substrate in one dimension, and when not scanning in that ...


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Hungwen Li, Ching Chy Wang: Adaptive instruction processing by array processor having processor identification and data dependent status registers in each processing element. International Business Machines Corporation, Carl C Kling, Philip J Feig, November 8, 1988: US04783738 (87 worldwide citation)

Equipping individual processing elements with an instruction adapter provides an array processor with adaptive spatial-dependent and data-dependent processing capability. The instruction becomes variable, at the processing element level, in response to spatial and data parameters of the data stream. ...


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Kanti Jain: High-throughput, high-resolution, projection patterning system for large, flexible, roll-fed, electronic-module substrates. Anvik Corporation, Carl C Kling, July 29, 1997: US05652645 (76 worldwide citation)

A projection imaging system is described for patterning large, flexible substrates at high exposure speeds and desired resolution, the substrates being in the form of a continuous band fed from a roller for cost-effective electronic module manufacturing. From the continuous band, segments of one pan ...


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Robert S Sposili, Nestor O Farmiga, Kanti Jain: High-throughput materials processing system. Anvik Corporation, Carl C Kling, June 10, 2003: US06577380 (75 worldwide citation)

A materials-processing system based on projection irradiation using a pulsed-laser source is disclosed. The salient features include a novel illumination system containing a homogenizer that produces a self-luminous light beam of selected cross-section, spatially uniform intensity, and selected nume ...


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Kantilal Jain: Illumination system to produce self-luminous light beam of selected cross-section, uniform intensity and selected numerical aperture. Carl C Kling, October 22, 1991: US05059013 (74 worldwide citation)

This illumination system produces a light beam of selected cross-section shape and uniform intensity, which emits self-luminously into a selected numerical aperture, by: providing a non-uniform, non-self-luminous laser light beam; configuring the beam to eliminate the non-uniformities near the beam ...