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Stopper Herbert: Flex-pack interconnection apparatus. Burroughs Corporation, CHUNG Edmund M, December 8, 1983: WO/1983/004346

A flex-pack interconnection apparatus (10) which has eight support members (11) having windows (12) in which circuits are bonded. The support members are all interconnected by a flexible polyimide web and an electrical circuit is etched thereon so as to interconnect the circuits and the external wor ...


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Loskorn Richard A: Read control operations system for a multiple line adapter organization. Burroughs Corporation, CHUNG Edmund M, November 10, 1983: WO/1983/003911

In a multiple line adapter organization for a data-comm network, each line adapter providing a receiver-transmitter (USART) (508) and timer (507) means which can interrupt and request service from an associated microprocessor (600). The microprocessor (600) uses Read operators which can then identif ...


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Loskorn Richard Allen, Jevons Jr Lyle Owen: Read write system for multiple line adapter organization. Burroughs Corporation, CHUNG Edmund M, December 22, 1983: WO/1983/004440

This invention relates to a digital communication subsystem and is particularly involved with more efficient routing and control of data transfer between various types of remote terminals on transmission lines and a central processor. The digital communication subsystem, controlled by a microprocess ...


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Desantis Alfred John, Schibinger Joseph Siegfried: System and method of renaming data items for dependency free code. Burroughs Corporation, CHUNG Edmund M, December 22, 1983: WO/1983/004442

A mechanism (10) for a data processor that is adapted to receive strings of object code, form them into higher level tasks and to determine sequences of such tasks which are logically independent so that they may be separately executed. The mechanism makes all memory accesses required by the various ...


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Desantis Alfred John, Schibinger Joseph Seigfried: Concurrent processing elements for using dependency free code. Burroughs Corporation, CHUNG Edmund M, December 22, 1983: WO/1983/004443

A mechanism for a data processor (Fig. 2) that is adapted to receive strings of object code (Fig. 1), form then into higher level tasks (M, A, S, I, X, F) and to determine sequences of such tasks which are logically independent (Fig. 3) so that they may be concurrently executed by a plurality of pro ...


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Desantis Alfred John, Schibinger Joseph Seigfried: Mechanism for creating dependency free code for multiple processing elements. Burroughs Corporation, CHUNG Edmund M, December 22, 1983: WO/1983/004444

A mechanism for a data processor (Fig. 2) that is adapted to receive strings of object code (Fig. 1), form them into higher level tasks (M, A, S, I, X, F) and to determine sequences of such tasks which are logically independent (Fig. 3) so that they may be concurrently executed. The mechanism makes ...


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Loskorn Richard Allen, Jevons Jr Lyle Owen: Automatic calling unit control system. Burroughs Corporation, CHUNG Edmund M, December 22, 1983: WO/1983/004464

In a data communications system where a plurality of line adapters (400, 500, 700) connect to remote peripheral units there is provided a control system for controlling selected Automatic Calling Units (ACU) which can dial connection lines to remote peripherals or systems. A microprocessor (Fig. 3) ...


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Romania Samuel Richard, Smith Grant Merrell: Heat exchanger for integrated circuit packages. Burroughs Corporation, CHUNG Edmund M, November 24, 1983: WO/1983/004091

A heat exchange device (10) for attachment to the external surface of a package (20) containing an integrated circuit chip (24) or die. The device (10) has particular application in high density electronic packaging configuration, where space limitations severely curtail the volume which can be occu ...


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Mosier Carl E, Subbarao Wunnava V, Ely Richard I: Molded optical keyboard having fiber optic keys. Burroughs Corporation, CHUNG Edmund M, September 29, 1983: WO/1983/003310

A molded fiber optical keyboard having a molded fiber optic keys wherein a matrix of elongated, parallel bundles of molded fiber optical assemblies (12, 14) are arranged into separate, planar layers disposed at right angles to one another. The individual light conductors (16) of each bundle of molde ...


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Ely Richard I, Subbarao Wunnava V: Multi-plane optical membrane switch apparatus. Burroughs Corporation, CHUNG Edmund M, September 29, 1983: WO/1983/003311

A multi-plane optical membrane switch for use for example in a keyboard matrix is formed by two flat, planar, clear, plastic members (10, 12) disposed in parallel, separated relationship and each having individual light conducting guide or channels (14, 16) thereon. The channels of the lower plane a ...