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Armand P Neukermans, Timothy G Slater: Micromachined torsional scanner. Donald E Schreiber, May 13, 1997: US05629790 (480 worldwide citation)

A frequency-locked torsional scanner of the type having a micromachined mirror formed on a surface of a silicon wafer section supported within a larger wafer section by a pair of opposed torsion bars. The principal vibrational frequency of the mirror is selected to be at least 20% higher than other ...


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William M Pitts: System for accessing distributed data cache channel at each network node to pass requests and data. Donald E Schreiber, March 11, 1997: US05611049 (414 worldwide citation)

Network Distributed Caches ("NDCs") (50) permit accessing a named dataset stored at an NDC server terminator site (22) in response to a request submitted to an NDC client terminator site (24) by a client workstation (42). In accessing the dataset, the NDCs (50) form a NDC data conduit (62) that prov ...


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William M Pitts, Joel R Rigler, Robert E Lister: Remote file services network-infrastructure cache. Inca Technology, Donald E Schreiber, July 4, 2000: US06085234 (348 worldwide citation)

A network-infrastructure cache ("NI Cache") transparently provides proxy file services to a plurality of client workstations concurrently requesting access to file data stored on a server. The NI Cache includes a network interface that connects to a digital computer network. A file-request service-m ...


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Web Chang: Application specific field programmable gate array. Donald E Schreiber, November 11, 1997: US05687325 (260 worldwide citation)

An application specific field programmable gate array ("ASFPGA") includes at least two fixed functional units in a single IC chip. Depending upon a specific application for the ASFPGA, the fixed functional units may include one or more bus interfaces, event timers, an interrupt controller, a Direct ...


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William Michael Pitts: Network distributed site cache RAM claimed as up/down stream request/reply channel for storing anticipated data and meta data. Donald E Schreiber, February 15, 2000: US06026452 (255 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for caching data in a Network Distributed Cache ("NDC") (50) that is included in a network of digital computers (22, 24, 26A and 26B). The NDC (50) includes an NDC buffer (129) for storing at least a portion of an image of a dataset such as a file (156) retrieved from a server ...


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William Michael Pitts: System for accessing distributed data cache at each network node to pass requests and data. Donald E Schreiber, April 6, 1999: US05892914 (234 worldwide citation)

Network Distributed Caches ("NDCs") (50) permit accessing a named dataset stored at an NDC server terminator site (22) in response to a request submitted to an NDC client terminator site (24) by a client workstation (42). In accessing the dataset, the NDCs (50) form a NDC data conduit (62) that prov ...


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Sterling S Du, Yung Yu Joe Lee: Touch-pad digital computer pointing-device. 02 Micro, Donald E Schreiber, January 5, 1999: US05856822 (211 worldwide citation)

A touch-pad digital computer pointing-device, for controlling a position of a cursor appearing on a display screen of a digital computer, senses and resolves respective locations within an active area at which concurrent multi-finger contacts occur. Multi-finger contacts with the active area activat ...


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Robert Lister, Joel R Rigler, William M Pitts, Walter A Wallach: Automatically configuring network-name-services. INCA Technology, Donald E Schreiber Esq, December 26, 2000: US06167446 (180 worldwide citation)

Generally a computer network includes a file server (22), a network (26), and several client workstations (24). Specific network software provides a name server ("NS") (122) to resolve network-name requests. The computer network can also include a proxy for a network service, e.g. a network infrastr ...


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William Michael Pitts: Request interceptor in network nodes for determining local storage of file image satisfying predetermined criteria. Donald E Schreiber, March 20, 2001: US06205475 (177 worldwide citation)

A data storage device disposed in a transmission path between a destination node and a data source stores images of files in a memory. The destination node sends data requests to the source via the data transmission path. The storage device includes a data transfer detector that detects transfers of ...


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Frederick N Hanosh: Expanding dental implant and method for its use. Donald E Schreiber, February 6, 1996: US05489210 (162 worldwide citation)

The technical field of the invention generally concerns an expandable dental implant for receiving and supporting a dental prosthesis. The expandable dental implant, securable within a bore formed into bone of a patient's jaw, includes an elongated, hollow, tubular barrel having both an attachment e ...