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Roger E Kuseski: Copy production machines. International Business Machines Corporation, Carl M Wright, Herbert F Somermeyer, July 22, 1980: US04213694 (102 worldwide citation)

Copy production machine having a print mode for making copies under automatic control interruptible by a copy mode, of making copies. In the print mode images to be copied are automatically supplied to a copy production portion. In the print mode, images are preferably precollated, whereas in the co ...


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Sidney J Fox, Filip J Yeskel, William J Zimmermann Jr: Universal thresholder/discriminator. International Business Machines Corporation, Joscelyn G Cockburn, Carl M Wright, November 19, 1985: US04554593 (97 worldwide citation)

Image processing system for reproducing on a bilevel medium documents having mixed formats (text, halftone, and continuous tone) by selective thresholding of scanned pel values based on detected characteristics of the material to be reproduced. The characteristics of interest for each pel include it ...


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Kamilo Feher: Timing technique for NRZ data signals. RCA Corporation, Carl M Wright, Edward J Norton, March 16, 1976: US03944926 (90 worldwide citation)

Circuit for modifying a transmitted Non-Return-to-Zero signal to insert a frequency component at the bit rate to permit linear processing at the receiver to extract timing signals.


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James Vincent Samuels: Universal serial bus repeater. MultiVideo Labs, Carl M Wright, March 26, 2002: US06363085 (76 worldwide citation)

Universal Serial Bus active extension cable for increasing the distance between devices coupled via a Universal Serial Bus cable includes a pair of transceivers for bidirectional transmission of data therealong. A drive detector senses which terminal device is transmitting data and enables the other ...


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David D Larson, Stanley T Riddle: Error logging for automatic apparatus. International Business Machines Corporation, Carl M Wright, July 13, 1982: US04339657 (55 worldwide citation)

Method and apparatus for improved error logging by integrating errors over a given number of operations that provides long memory and fast recovery. Errors integrated over a selected number of associated operations are compared to a criterion. An exception is logged each time the number of errors is ...


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Stanley Edward Ozga: Microprocessor architecture. RCA Corporation, H Christoffersen, Samuel Cohen, Carl M Wright, March 14, 1978: US04079455 (55 worldwide citation)

Two-unit architecture for a microprocessor having one unit to execute program instructions and another unit to fetch the instructions in their proper sequence, being arranged to permit the overlap of fetch and execute cycles to increase program execution speed. Each unit includes a register array fo ...


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Alexander Herzog, Larry L Honomichl, Jagdish M Nagda, Teddy A Rehage: Optical mark recognition for controlling input devices, hosts, and output devices. International Business Machines Corporation, Carl M Wright, Joscelyn G Cockburn, February 18, 1986: US04571699 (52 worldwide citation)

The operation of a document distribution network having one or more input work stations, a linking network with one or more nodes and one or more output work stations, is controlled by a job control sheet. The job control sheet is partitioned into a plurality of control zones. Each zone contains ded ...


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Guy J Howard, Walter C McCrumb, Paul R Spivey: Testing copy production machines. International Business Machines Corporation, Carl M Wright, Herbert F Somermeyer, July 24, 1979: US04162396 (49 worldwide citation)

Copy machine having provisions for separately addressing and independently exercising individual machine components for maintenance purposes. There are also provisions for addressing sensory components individually and for providing a visual indication of the state of the addressed element so that i ...


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Gerald D Boldt, Stephen D Hanna: Arbitration system limiting high priority successive grants. IBM Corporation, Carl M Wright, Saul A Seinberg, April 9, 1996: US05506989 (45 worldwide citation)

Priority levels and bump values are assigned to requestors for access to a system resource. When access requests are received, arbitration of the requests is made in accordance with the assigned priorities, bump values, and the received access requests. If a high priority level access request is gra ...


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Michael A Bartholet, James L Cochran, Donovan M Janssen, Robert Magno, Allan J Rood, William S Seaward, Lance A Walker: Finisher--exit pocket module for copier. International Business Machines Corporation, Carl M Wright, J G Cockburn, January 10, 1984: US04424963 (44 worldwide citation)

A compact single bin finisher adaptable to form collated sets of copy sheets outputted from a copier/duplicator. The finisher includes an output tray adapted to support the collated sets and to support copy sheets during accumulation of a set. A set accumulation module having an accumulation platfor ...