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Chris Karabatsos: Apparatus and method for improving computer memory speed and capacity. Mark P White, September 14, 1999: US05953215 (191 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for enhancing memory speed and capacity utilizes a set of electronic switches to isolate the computer data bus from the memory chips. The apparatus includes one or more multi-sided memory boards with etched leads, lands and feed-through. The memory chips may be mounted on eith ...


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Mahmoud A Makhlouf: Geometric display tools and methods for the visual specification, design automation, and control of adaptive real systems. Mark P White, September 7, 2004: US06789054 (191 worldwide citation)

This invention specifies physics-like computational models called M models. These models enable the specification and design automation of an integrated architecture of a real system. A new class of adaptive systems engineering tools called Adaptive Model-Reference (AMR) tools, supports the M comput ...


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Charles M Jacobs, Josephine A Lamprey, A Jacqueline Mitus, Alec P Karys, David W Baird, Thomas W Upton: System for screening of medical decision making incorporating a knowledge base. Mark P White, April 11, 2000: US06049794 (141 worldwide citation)

A System for screening of medical decision making is described. The system runs on a personal computer, and incorporates a knowledge base containing the data required to perform the screening, as well as the rules to be incorporated. The knowledge base is organized into criteria sets subdivided into ...


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Chris Karabatsos: Memory system using FET switches to select memory banks. Mark P White, September 3, 2002: US06446158 (140 worldwide citation)

A computer memory system provides a double data rate (DDR) memory output while requiring memory chips with only half the frequency limit of the prior art DDR memory chips. The system contains a first memory bank having data lines and a second memory bank having data lines. The first and second memor ...


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Jo Lynch: Language and method for creating, organizing, and retrieving data from a database. Walden Media, Mark P White, January 5, 1999: US05857184 (119 worldwide citation)

A database system comprises a novel process for the organization, storage and retrieval of amorphous or ordered data. The data is organized into data threads, each thread comprising an address code which characterizes and describes the data, and the data body. The address code is organized in a hier ...


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Chris Karabatsos: Apparatus and method for terminating a computer memory bus. Mark P White, July 24, 2001: US06266252 (104 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for enhancing memory speed and capacity utilizes a set of electronic switches to select a proper termination chip for the computer system bus. The apparatus includes one or more multi-sided termination boards with etched leads, lands and feed-throughs. The termination chips ma ...


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Chris Karabatsos: Bottom or top jumpered foldable electronic assembly. Mark P White, September 7, 1999: US05949657 (103 worldwide citation)

An electronic assembly is made up of a number of rigid manufactured on the same or different substrates or panels and with the same materials separated from each other electrically and physically. One of the rigid circuit boards has a comb of printed tabs, or fingers, at the edge, which connects the ...


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Chris Karabatsos: Termination arrangement for high speed data rate multi-drop data bit connections. Mark P White, April 17, 2007: US07205789 (65 worldwide citation)

A circuit for terminating devices attached to a signal line and driving a load includes a resistor R1 in series with the signal line circuit CR1 having a resistor in series with a switch wherein CR1 is in parallel with R1, a circuit CR2 having a resistor in series with a switch, connected at one end ...


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Chris Karabatsos: Double-sided flexible jumper assembly and method of manufacture. Mark P White, May 21, 2002: US06392162 (65 worldwide citation)

A flexible asymmetrical jumper assembly is used to electrically join to circuit boards together where the geometry requires that the jumper be bent, often in a tight loop, so that the pads which form the ends of the jumper are parallel to each other. The jumper assembly contains two sets of wires, e ...


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Charles M Jacobs, Alec P Karys, Robert L Bushkoff, John J Doyle, Stewart V Hoover, A Jacqueline Mitus, Josephine A Lamprey: Multi-user system for creating and maintaining a medical-decision-making knowledge base. Mark P White, March 5, 2002: US06353817 (61 worldwide citation)

A multi-user system for creating and maintaining a knowledge base is implemented on a variety of computer systems, including single-user personal computers, networked personal computers, and data communications networks, including the Internet. The system has a graphic user interface which can be ea ...



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