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Gregory A Pascucci, David E Rasmussen, Gaylon M Decious, James R Garbe, Susan M Hyzer, Karen L Woest, Vairavan Vairavan, David L Koch, Donald A Gottschalk Jr, Dennis E Burkhardt, Darrell E Standish, Paul W Madaus, Dan J Spacek, Clay G Nesler, James K Stark, Otto M Mageland, Robert R Singers, Michael E Wagner: Networked facilities management system. Johnson Controls Technology Company, George E Haas Esq, Quarles & Brady, September 5, 2000: US06115713 (199 worldwide citation)

A networked system having a wide variety of applications and particularly applicable to facilities management systems has multiple levels of software in processing nodes. The levels include a "features" processing level which communicates requests for data to a software object level containing datab ...


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Gregory A Pascucci, David E Rasmussen, Gaylon M Decious, James R Garbe, Susan M Hyzer, Karen L Woest, Vairavan Vairavan, David L Koch, Donald A Gottschalk Jr, Dennis E Burkhardt, Darrell E Standish, Paul W Madaus, Dan J Spacek, Clay G Nesler, James K Stark, Otto M Mageland, Robert R Singers, Michael E Wagner: Networked facilities management system having a node configured with distributed load management software to manipulate loads controlled by other nodes. Johnson Service Company, Harness Dickey & Pierce, January 28, 1997: US05598566 (156 worldwide citation)

A networked system having a wide variety of applications and particularly applicable to facilities management systems has multiple levels of software in processing nodes. The levels include a "features" processing level which communicates requests for data to a software object level containing datab ...


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Gregory A Pascucci, David E Rasmussen, Gaylon M Decious, James R Garbe, Susan M Hyzer, Karen L Woest, Vairavan Vairavan, David L Koch, Donald A Gottschalk Jr, Dennis E Burkhardt, Darrell E Standish, Paul W Madaus, Dan J Spacek, Clay G Nesler, James K Stark, Otto M Mageland, Robert R Singers, Michael E Wagner: Networked facilities management system with time stamp comparison for data base updates. Johnson Service Company, Harness Dickey & Pierce, April 23, 1996: US05511188 (150 worldwide citation)

A networked system having a wide variety of applications and particularly applicable to facilities management systems has multiple levels of software in processing nodes. The levels include a "features" processing level which communicates requests for data to a software object level containing datab ...


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Gregory A Pascucci, David E Rasmussen, Gaylon M Decious, James R Garbe, Susan M Hyzer, Karen L Woest, Vairavan Vairavan, David L Koch, Donald A Gottschalk Jr, Dennis E Burkhardt, Darrell E Standish, Paul W Madaus, Dan J Spacek, Clay G Nesler, James K Stark, Otto M Mageland, Robert R Singers, Michael E Wagner: Networked facilities management system. Johnson Service Company, Foley & Lardner, May 28, 1996: US05522044 (143 worldwide citation)

A networked system having a wide variety of applications and particularly applicable to facilities management systems has multiple levels of software in processing nodes. The levels include a "features" processing level which communicates requests for data to a software object level containing datab ...


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Gregory A Pascucci, David E Rasmussen, Gaylon M Decious, James R Garbe, Susan M Hyzer, Karen L Woest, Vairavan Vairavan, David L Koch, Donald A Gottschalk Jr, Dennis E Burkhardt, Darrell E Standish, Paul W Madaus, Dan J Spacek, Clay G Nesler, James K Stark, Otto M Mageland, Robert R Singers, Michael E Wagner: Networked facilities management system with optical coupling of local network devices. Johnson Service Company, Harness Dickey & Pierce, August 27, 1996: US05550980 (111 worldwide citation)

A networked system having a wide variety of applications and particularly applicable to facilities management systems has multiple levels of software in processing nodes. The levels include a "features" processing level which communicates requests for data to a software object level containing datab ...


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David L Koch: Method and apparatus for diversion of downstream migrating anadromous fish. Herbert C Schulze, March 20, 1984: US04437431 (21 worldwide citation)

This is a method, and apparatus for performing the method, by which artificial stream conditions are generated within the forebay of dams used for hydroelectric facilities. The method includes the introduction into the reservoir at the appropriate depth of an artificial stream condition to attract d ...


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Pascucci Gregory A, David E Rasmussen, Gaylon M Decious, James R Garbe, Susan M Hyzer, Karen L Woest, Vairavan E Vairavan, David L Koch, Donald A Gottschalk Jr, Dennis E Burkhardt, Darrell E Standish, Paul W Madaus, Dan J Spacek, Clay G Nessler, James K Stark, Otto M Mageland, Robert R Singers, Michael E Wagner: Synchronous method for data base stored in storage means of plural nodes. Johnson Service Co, February 27, 1996: JP1996-055051

PURPOSE: To adjust whole nodes on a network by periodically broadcasting the existence of a time stamp on a system using the time stamp indicating time when the data base of the global variable of the node is updated last. CONSTITUTION: For synchronizing the data bases stored in the plural nodes com ...


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Pascucci Gregory A, David E Rasmussen, Gaylon M Decious, James R Garbe, Susan M Hyzer, Karen L Woest, Vairavan E Vairavan, David L Koch, Donald A Gottschalk Jr, Dennis E Burkhardt, Darrell E Standish, Paul W Madaus, Dan J Spacek, Clay G Nessler, James K Stark, Otto M Mageland, Robert R Singers, Michael E Wagner: Method for assigning high-reliability data to process executed by processing means in node. Johnson Service Co, July 21, 1995: JP1995-182283

PURPOSE: To provide the method which assigns high-reliability data to processes executed by processing means in nodes communicating each other through a network. CONSTITUTION: Three steps are included. In the first step, estimated ranges of values of discriminatable data elements transferred between ...