Perpiglia Frank Joseph: Large scale multi-level information processing system employing improved failsaft techniques. Burroughs Corporation, Chung Edmund M, Feeney Jr Edward J, Peterson Kevin R, September 9, 1975: US3905023 (156 worldwide citation)

A multiprogrammed multiprocessing information processing system having independently operating computing, input/output, and memory modules through an exchange, and interacting with a multi-level operating system designed to automatically makes optimum use of all system resources by controlling syste ...

Faber Ulbe: LSI programmable processor. Burroughs Corporation, Chung Edmund M, Feeney Jr Edward J, Peterson Kevin R, April 15, 1975: US3878514 (45 worldwide citation)

A microprogrammable serial byte processor suitable for complete implementation of memory, logic, control and addressing functions on a single integrated circuit chip through large scale integration technology. An instruction set, at the microprogrammable level, is provided for controlling the proces ...

Zucker Sandra, Faber Ulbe, Davis Robert L: Description driven microprogrammable multiprocessor system. Burroughs Corporation, Chung Edmund M, Hall Charles S, Fiorito Edward G, April 16, 1974: US3805247 (43 worldwide citation)

In a multiprocessor system, a source of description is provided in a unique work area assigned to each user program or process that references data and program stored in memory. Each description includes a first field defining the structure and format of the data, a second field specifying the locat ...

Dresbach James Bernard: Noncompetitive pacemaker with programmable unijunction transistors. Chung Edmund M, Brenner Leonard C, Quiogue Manuel, August 12, 1975: US3898995 (15 worldwide citation)

A noncompetitive pacemaker connects to an organ which is to be electrically stimulated. A pair of programmable unijunction transistors are employed to detect the presence and absence of natural heartbeats so that the output of the pacemaker is modified each time a natural heartbeat is detected.

Paulin Howard Douglas: Apparatus for stripping coaxial cable. Burroughs Corporation, Klein Alan Petlin, Chung Edmund M, Hall Charles S, August 20, 1974: US3830677 (4 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and method for removing a measured portion of insulation from the end of a miniature solid-jacketed, coaxial cable, the apparatus including a spray chamber having an orifice containing a hermetic seal assembly for the insertion and support of the end of the cable, a precisely adjustable ...

Lacher William A: Standardizing logic gate. Burroughs Corporation, Peterson Kevin R, Feeney Jr Edward J, Chung Edmund M, November 18, 1975: US3921007 (2 worldwide citation)

A logic circuit including a first multi-emitter input transistor for determining a logical AND function of input signals, a second multi-emitter transistor for amplifying the logical AND function and isolating the collector reactance and base circuitry of the input transistor from the remainder of t ...

Ely Richard I: Molded optical waveguide switching apparatus. Burroughs Corporation, CHUNG Edmund M, September 29, 1983: WO/1983/003313

Molded optical waveguide switching apparatus wherein a flat, planar light transmissive plastic member (10) of a refractive index N¿2? is premolded with orthogonally arranged obverse and reverse grooves or channels (18, 22) and wherein each such channel or groove is filled-in molded with a light tran ...

Subbarao Wunnava V, Mosier Carl E, Ely Richard I, Free James E: Fiber wrap keyboard and switch. Burroughs Corporation, CHUNG Edmund M, September 29, 1983: WO/1983/003314

Photo-optical keyboard matrix (10) including a plurality of light transmitting optical fibers (12). The fibers are arranged in rows and columns with light generating means (14) disposed at the row terminations of the fibers and light receptors (16) are disposed at the column terminations of the fibe ...

Loskorn Richard A: Memory selection in a multiple line adapter organization. Burroughs Corporation, CHUNG Edmund M, September 29, 1983: WO/1983/003316

A data-comm network uses multiple line adapters (400, 500, 700) for controlling communication with various data terminals. Each line adapter, and also a data-link interface unit, has its own RAM memory means for buffering of data. An associated microprocessor permits selection of any particular line ...

Loskorn Richard Allen: Component selection system for a multiple line adapter organization. Burroughs Corporation, CHUNG Edmund M, October 13, 1983: WO/1983/003486

A multiple group of line adapters (400, 500, 700) in a data-comm I/O subsystem (300) is controlled by a microprocessor (600) which provides for selection and control of components associated with each line adapter in the organization.