1

2

3
Steven R Carlson, Paul R Carlson: Point-of-sale device particularly adapted for processing checks. Dorr Carson Sloan & Peterson, October 1, 1991: US05053607 (391 worldwide citation)

A check processing device is particularly adapted for retailer/customer use at the point-of-sale through use of a MICR read head means, printer means and keypad means which feed information into a CPU which communicates, through an existing telecommunication system, with the customer's bank and the ...


4
Charles A Milligan, George A Rudeseal: Logical track write scheduling system for a parallel disk drive array data storage subsystem. Storage Technology Corporation, Dorr Carson Sloan & Peterson, June 23, 1992: US05124987 (357 worldwide citation)

The parallel disk drive array data storage subsystem maps between virtual and physical data storage devices and schedules the writing of data to these devices. The data storage subsytem functions as a conventional large form factor disk drive memory, using an array of redundancy groups, each contain ...


5
Jay S Belsan: Multilevel, hierarchical, dynamically mapped data storage subsystem. Storage Technology Corporation, Dorr Carson Sloan & Peterson, October 13, 1992: US05155835 (331 worldwide citation)

The disk drive array data storage subsystem functions as a conventional large form factor disk drive memory, using an array of redundancy groups, each containing N+M disk drives. The data storage subsystem does not modify data stored in a redundancy group but simply writes the modified data as a new ...


6
Norman S Burkhardt: Transaction card magnetic stripe emulator. Intellicard International, Dorr Carson Sloan & Peterson, December 13, 1988: US04791283 (273 worldwide citation)

A device and method for transferring data from a microprocessor located in a transaction card through a card reader by emulating a prerecorded magnetic stripe on a conventional transaction car such as a credit or debit card. Data is sequentially produced by the microprocessor within the card and app ...


7
Robert H Dunphy Jr, Robert Walsh, John H Bowers: Disk drive memory. Storage Technology Corporation, Dorr Carson Sloan & Peterson, January 29, 1991: US04989206 (259 worldwide citation)

The disk drive memory of the present invention uses a large plurality of small form factor disk drives to implement an inexpensive, high performance, high reliability disk drive memory that emulates the format and capability of large form factor disk drives. The plurality of disk drives are switchab ...


8
Joseph Wilensky: Method for recovering intractable petroleum from subterranean formations. Jack C Sloan, Dorr Carson Sloan & Peterson, March 24, 1992: US05097903 (228 worldwide citation)

Many petroleum discoveries which have heretofore been regarded as intractable owing to the immobility of the petroleum can be economically recovered by a process involving local visbreaking of the intractable petroleum in order to produce a medium/heavy cracked gas oil which is injected into a subte ...


9
Robert H Dunphy Jr, Robert Walsh, John H Bowers, George A Rudeseal: Disk drive memory. Storage Technology Corporation, Dorr Carson Sloan & Peterson, December 31, 1991: US05077736 (210 worldwide citation)

The disk drive memory of the present invention uses a large plurality of small form factor disk drives to implement an inexpensive, high performance, high reliability disk drive memory that emulates the format and capability of large form factor disk drives. The plurality of disk drives are switchab ...


10
Robert H Dunphy Jr, Robert Walsh, John H Bowers: Disk drive memory. Storage Technology Corporation, Dorr Carson Sloan & Peterson, April 3, 1990: US04914656 (184 worldwide citation)

The disk drive memory of the present invention uses a large plurality of small form factor disk drives to implement an inexpensive, high performance, high reliability disk drive memory that emulates the format and capability of large form factor disk drives. The plurality of disk drives are switchab ...