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David E Cushing, Steven A Tague: Microprogrammable floating point arithmetic unit capable of performing arithmetic operations on long and short operands. Honeywell Information Systems, Faith F Driscoll, Nicholas Prasinos, Ronald T Reiling, July 17, 1979: US04161784 (195 worldwide citation)

A scientific processing unit includes a microprogrammable arithmetic processing apparatus for performing floating point arithmetic operations with operands in long and short form. The apparatus includes a microprogrammable control section and a plurality of microprocessor arithmetic and logic unit c ...


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Shirish Patel: Method and apparatus for dynamically controlling read/write operations in a peripheral subsystem. Honeywell Information Systems, Faith F Driscoll, Ronald T Reiling, April 13, 1976: US03950735 (148 worldwide citation)

A peripheral subsystem includes a peripheral control unit coupled to a plurality of peripheral devices having different read/write speeds. In response to a command from a central processing unit, the peripheral control unit selects one of the devices designated in the command, and polls the device t ...


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Nicholas S Lemak: Data mover. Honeywell Information Systems, Edward W Hughes, Wm W Holloway Jr, Ronald T Reiling, October 20, 1981: US04296465 (140 worldwide citation)

A data mover for moving blocks of data stored in a first location of the working store of a data processing system to a second location in the working store. The data mover is provided with the necessary registers, switches, counters and control circuits to issue read and write commands to the worki ...


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Jaime Calle, Victor Michael Griswold: Balancing the utilization of I/O system processors. Honeywell Information Systems, Faith F Driscoll, Nicholas Prasinos, Ronald T Reiling, March 21, 1978: US04080649 (128 worldwide citation)

An input/output system couples to a host processor through a system interface unit and includes at least two input/output processing units and a memory unit. The system interface unit includes interrupt processing logic circuits for each input/output processing unit for processing interrupt requests ...


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Patrick Dufond, Jean Claude Cassonnet, Jean Louis Bogaert, Philippe Hubert DE Rivet, John J Bradley, Benjamin S Franklin: Process management structures and hardware/firmware control. Compagnie Honeywell Bull, Nicholas Prasinos, Ronald T Reiling, April 11, 1978: US04084228 (113 worldwide citation)

A system and method for computer process dispatching in a multiprogramming/multiprocessing environment is disclosed. Each process in the multiprogramming/multiprocessing computer system may be in one of four states at any given time as follows:


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Edward A Wilson, James D Fredenberg: Fluid cooling systems for electronic systems. Honeywell Information Systems, Edward W Hughes, William W Holloway Jr, Ronald T Reiling, August 29, 1978: US04109707 (110 worldwide citation)

A fluid cooling system for electronic systems particularly adapted to cool large scale integrated circuit chips mounted on substrates. The system has one or more heat exchangers through which a liquid coolant is circulated. Each heat exchanger has a flexible wall and is mounted so that its flexible ...


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William Panepinto Jr, Chester M Nibby Jr: Memory present apparatus. Honeywell Information Systems, Faith F Driscoll, Nicholas Prasinos, Ronald T Reiling, December 1, 1981: US04303993 (96 worldwide citation)

A memory subsystem includes at least one up to a number of memory module boards identical in layout and construction. The board includes a number of memory chips which are positioned in a number of physical row locations together providing a predetermined number of addressable contiguous memory loca ...


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Ming T Miu, Virendra S Negi, Richard A Lemay: Synchronization technique for data transfers over an asynchronous common bus network coupling data processing apparatus. Honeywell Information Systems, John S Solakian, Ronald T Reiling, Nicholas Prasinos, September 20, 1977: US04050097 (93 worldwide citation)

Data transfer synchronization is achieved in a data processing system by a transferring unit enabling a clock cycle stall mechanism each time a transfer is attempted, disabling such mechanism upon receipt of a predetermined response from the receiving unit, the mechanism actually producing a clock c ...


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Frank V Cassarino Jr, George J Barlow, George J Bekampis, John W Conway, Richard A Lemay, David B O Keefe, Douglas L Riikonen, William E Woods: Apparatus for processing data transfer requests in a data processing system. Honeywell Information Systems, John S Solakian, Ronald T Reiling, November 23, 1976: US03993981 (92 worldwide citation)

In a data processing system having a plurality of units coupled for the transfer of information therebetween over a common electrical bus during asynchronously generated information bus transfer cycles, the units are coupled in a priority network and depending upon their respective priority may gain ...


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Jaime Calle, Lawrence W Chelberg: Input/output cache system including bypass capability. Honeywell Information Systems, Faith F Driscoll, Nicholas Prasinos, Ronald T Reiling, February 21, 1978: US04075686 (87 worldwide citation)

A local memory of an input/output system includes a cache store and a backing store. The system includes a plurality of command modules. The cache store provides fast access to blocks of information previously fetched from the backing store in response to memory commands generated by any one of a pl ...