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Donald E Doyle, George A Hellwarth, Jack L Quanstrom: Data flow component for processor and microprocessor systems. International Business Machines Corporation, D Kendall Cooper, William N Hogg, J Jancin Jr, November 29, 1983: US04418383 (154 worldwide citation)

A Large Scale Integration (LSI) data flow component is described for use as a building block, the component being capable of use singly or in combination to provide data flow paths and functions of different data widths for a processor or microprocessor. A component with an eight-bit data flow is de ...


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Michael A Hughes, Jeremy S M Johnson, Graham C E Winn: Video display terminal with partitioned screen. International Business Machines Corporation, Mitchell S Bigel, J Jancin Jr, F D Poag, July 14, 1981: US04278973 (125 worldwide citation)

A video data display terminal includes a video display, eg., a CRT, and a character buffer for storing character bytes representing characters to be displayed on the screen of the video display device. The terminal further includes microprocessing means for receiving data from a keyboard device conn ...


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James L Hefner: Parallel-shift error reconfiguration. International Business Machines Corporation, M W Schecter, J Jancin Jr, J Bouchard, January 21, 1986: US04566102 (112 worldwide citation)

A reconfigurable parallel group of identical functional units and a method for reconfiguring this parallel grouping of identical functional units upon the occurrence of a failure by shifting the contents of the failed unit and the contents of all units between the failed unit and a spare unit one un ...


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Herman L Blasbalg: Anti-jam communications system. International Business Machines Corporation, J Jancin Jr, John E Hoel, October 28, 1980: US04231113 (89 worldwide citation)

Binary information signals which are to be transmitted are combined with a pseudo-random signal wave form such as a pseudo-random sequence of binary bits. Each binary message element, whether a binary "1" or a binary "0", alters successive portions of the pseudo-random binary sequence to thereby cre ...


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Dwight W Grimes: Communication interface connecting binary logic unit through a trinary logic transmission channel. International Business Machines Corporation, James A Kunkle, D K Cooper, J Jancin Jr, December 23, 1986: US04631428 (88 worldwide citation)

A communications interface for transferring data from a first binary logic circuit to a second binary logic circuit by using a trinary logic transmission channel. The first set of binary logic signals is converted into a first set of binary control signals which, in turn, control trinary drivers con ...


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Lee Chen, Henri A Khoury, Harlan R Seymour: Optical emission spectroscopy end point detection in plasma etching. International Business Machines Corporation, Joseph F Villella, J Jancin Jr, John A Jordan, January 15, 1985: US04493745 (73 worldwide citation)

A method for etching a batch of semiconductor wafers to end point using optical emission spectroscopy is described. The method is applicable to any form of dry plasma etching which produces an emission species capable of being monitored. In a preferred embodiment, as well as a first alternative embo ...


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Anita Hand Rollo, David Burrell Stearns: Automated hemodialysis treatment systems. International Business Machines Corporation, John G Wynn, Kenneth W Hairston, J Jancin Jr, September 12, 1978: US04113614 (61 worldwide citation)

Disclosed herein are four embodiments of a system specifically applicable to the hemodialysis procedure. Two embodiments, configured as single pass and recirculating dialysate systems, control ultrafiltration rate to a preset value and measure ultrafiltration rate and the total quantity of ultrafilt ...


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Robert P Barner, Anne M Gulick, John A deVeer, Jan G Oblonsky: Loop configured data transmission system. International Business Machines Corporation, J Jancin Jr, James A Kunkle, March 25, 1980: US04195351 (58 worldwide citation)

A data transmission system which includes stations connected in a closed loop configuration with interface capabilities at each station to connect to an external data processor. Through this configuration simultaneous transmission of data among processors connected to stations on the loop can be car ...


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Steven L George: Instruction fetch look-aside buffer with loop mode control. International Business Machines Corporation, Curtis G Rose, J Bouchard, J Jancin Jr, December 2, 1986: US04626988 (58 worldwide citation)

A instruction fetch look-aside buffer with a loop mode control provides for reduced storage contention by storing a program loop in a look-aside buffer during normal mode operations. When the loop is to be executed again loop mode is entered and the instructions are taken directly out of the look-as ...


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Jonathan B Davis, Charles S Lanier, Daniel T W Sze, Leonard Weiss: Loop initialization mechanism for a peer-to-peer communication system. International Business Machines Corporation, D Kendall Cooper, John C Black, J Jancin Jr, October 12, 1982: US04354229 (54 worldwide citation)

In a loop-structured communication system interconnecting a plurality of data processors without central controller, stations comprise modems which can start loop operation and achieve synchronous frame transmission around the loop through all participating stations.