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Gary G Allran, Donald E Carmon, Fetchi Chen, Jose A Eduartez, Charles R Knox, William W Lawton, Llewellyn B Marshall, Nathan A Mitchell, Malcolm S Ware, Raymond W Weeks, Yoav Medan, Uzi Shvadron: System for facilitating continuous, real-time, unidirectional, and asynchronous intertask and end-device communication in a multimedia data processing system using open architecture data communication modules. International Business Machines Corporation, Bernard D Felsman et al & Dillon Bogdon, April 29, 1997: US05625845 (70 worldwide citation)

A data processing system is provided for executing multimedia applications which interface with multimedia end devices that consume or produce at least one of (a) real-time and (b) asynchronous streamed data. The data processing system includes a central processing unit for data processing operation ...


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Fetchi Chen, Jose A Eduartez, Charles R Knox, Ronald J Lisle, Raymond W Weeks: System and method for managing devices on multiple digital signal processors. August 8, 1995: US05440740 (54 worldwide citation)

A centralized digital signal processor resource manager acquires through software techniques, configuration and related data for multimedia hardware devices from BIOS device drivers interposed to functionally insulate the resource manager from hardware device specific information. The resource manag ...


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William G Crouse, Charles R Knox: Speech detector with variable threshold. International Business Machines, Edward H Duffield, September 28, 1982: US04351983 (38 worldwide citation)

A speech activity detection circuit and method are described in which a digitized sample of the analog speech signal in a communications system is taken n times in a period of time t. The magnitude M of each sample is calculated and the largest value of M which is encountered over a given period t i ...


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Gary G Allran, Donald E Carmon, Fetchi Chen, Jose A Eduartez, Charles R Knox, William L Lawton, Llewellyn B Marshall, Nathan A Mitchell, Malcolm C Ware, Raymond W Weeks, Charles R Young: Method and apparatus for facilitating real-time and asynchronous loading and temporally-overlapping of modular multimedia software tasks in a multimedia data processing system. International Business Machines Corporation, Bernard D Bogdon, May 13, 1997: US05630132 (20 worldwide citation)

A data processing system for executing multimedia applications which interface with multimedia devices that consume or produce at least one of real-time and asynchronous streamed data includes a CPU for execution of one or more multimedia applications and a DSP for processing data including streamed ...