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Ugochukwu Njoku
Janet R Easton, Charles W Gainey, Tan Lu, Ugochukwu C Njoku, Gustav E Sittmann, Stephen G Wilkins, Frank W Brice, Damian L Osisek, Donald W Schmidt: Virtualization of infiniband host channel adapter interruptions. International Business Machines Corporation, Eugene I Shkurko, IBM Corp Intellectual Property Law, November 22, 2007: US20070271559-A1

A method, system, program product and computer data structure for providing for two levels of server virtualization. A first hypervisor enables multiple logical partitions to share a set of resources and provides a first level of virtualization. A second hypervisor enables multiple, independent virt ...


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Hiroo Inoue, Keishi Takahashi, Hiroshi Matsuda, Fujio Harako: Suspension assembly. Douglas R Millett, Ibm Corp Intellectual Property Law, August 9, 2001: US20010012181-A1

A head support assembly for a disk drive is comprised of a head suspension assembly connected to an actuator arm at one end and supporting a head at the other end, wherein a projection is formed on a flexure closely fixed on a thin-plate load beam, said projection projecting toward a disk surface an ...


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David Raymond Posh, Kurt Russell Taylor: Data processor controlled interactive document editing display system with an implementation for swapping the positions of tow designated segments of data in a displayed document. International Business Machines Corporation, Leslie A Van Leeuwen, IBM Corp Intellectual Property Law Dept, October 14, 2004: US20040205658-A1

A user friendly display interface that expedites the switching of positions of a pair of sections with each other in a displayed word processing document. The invention involves an implementation for defining one segment of displayed data in a displayed document together with defining another segmen ...


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Robert Beverley Basham, Paul Merrill Greco: Concurrent read and write access to simulated sequential data of a removable random access data storage medium. International Business Machines Corporation, IBM Corp Intellectual Property Law, Jean M Barkley, July 10, 2003: US20030128454-A1

A data storage drive arranged as a plurality of logical accessors accesses data on a removable random access medium. Upon a write access for a data segment by a logical accessor, a control locks a context comprising at least one data segment of a partition to the logical accessor. The control concur ...


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Alan Michael Webb: Virtual machine with reinitialisation. International Business Machines Corporation, Douglas W Cameron, IBM Corp Intellectual Property Law, December 13, 2001: US20010051970-A1

A computer system includes a virtual machine supporting an object-oriented environment, in which programs to run on the virtual machine are formed from classes loaded into the virtual machine by a class loader. A class must be initialized before being used by a program. A first application is starte ...


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Michele Crudele, Claudio Marinelli, Luigi Pichetti: Preferable modes of software package deployment. International Business Machines Corporation, Manny W Schecter, IBM Corp Intellectual Property Law, January 24, 2002: US20020010910-A1

A software distribution system comprises building blocks including a preparation and test site, comprising a software package editor, software package transformation tools and an AutoPack module for preparing and testing software packages to be distributed to endpoints. A software package comprises ...


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Jan Van Lunteren: Prefix search method and data structure using compressed search tables. International Business Machines Corporation, Robert P Tassinari Jr IBM Corp Intellectual Property Law Dept, January 3, 2002: US20020002549-A1

The invention relates to a system in which given search keys are evaluated, segment by segment, to search through tree-structured tables for finding an output information corresponding to the longest matching prefix. For at least one of the segments, only selected bits of the search key segment are ...


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Elliot Karl Kolodner, Ethan Lewis, Susan Patricia Paice, Martin John Trotter: Computer system with multiple heaps. International Business Machines Corporation, Manny W Schecter, IBM Corp Intellectual Property Law, May 9, 2002: US20020055929-A1

A computer system provides an object-based environment and includes storage. At least a portion of the storage is logically divided into two or more heaps in which objects can be stored. Each heap is subdivided into slices of memory. The system includes a two-level lookup structure for determining w ...


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Shigefumi Odaohhara, Noboru Tsunukawa: Battery capacity compensation in computer system. IBM Corp Intellectual Property Law, Personal and Printing Systems Group, October 3, 2002: US20020144160-A1

A main battery used as an electric power unit for a computer is provided with a memory that stores capacity information denoting the total capacity of a battery and compensation information representing the total capacity of the battery as a function of a battery charging cycle count. A CPU detects ...


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Brian D Chapman, Mary A Emmett, Arden S Lake, Wai Mon Wa, Nandu N Ranadive, Michael Variano, John P Weir: Selective rework process and apparatus for surface mount components. International Business Machines Corporation, John E Campbell, IBM Corp Intellectual Property Law, November 1, 2007: US20070251981-A1

An apparatus and method for selective rework for surface mount components. A shield assembly encloses a circuit board on which Surface Mount Technology (SMT) modules are soldered. The shield assembly includes a top shield member having an opening over an SMT module to be removed from the circuit boa ...



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