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Jim L Rogers, Steven W Tomashot, David W Bondurant, Oscar Frederick Jones Jr, Kenneth J Mobley: Cached synchronous DRAM architecture having a mode register programmable cache policy. International Business Machines, Francis J Thornton, Robert A Walsh, September 11, 2001: US06289413 (59 worldwide citation)

A cached synchronous dynamic random access memory (cached SDRAM) device having a multi-bank architecture and a programmable caching policy includes a synchronous dynamic random access memory (SDRAM) bank, a synchronous static randomly addressable row register, a select logic gating circuit, and mode ...


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Richard J Martin, David W Bondurant, Leslie W Nelson: Distributed data transfer control for parallel processor architectures. Sperry Corporation, William C Fuess, Kenneth T Grace, Marshall M Truex, November 6, 1984: US04481580 (56 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for distributing the control of data transfers within single instruction stream multiple data stream processors. Each of the parallel processors or arithmetic units is coupled to a dedicated local memory. A main memory provides storage of system data. Each dedicated local memory and the ...


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David W Bondurant, Michael Peters, Kenneth J Mobley: Double data rate synchronous dynamic random access memory device incorporating a static RAM cache per memory bank. Enhanced Memory Systems, William J Kubida Esq, Peter J Meza Esq, Kent Lembke Esq, December 11, 2001: US06330636 (28 worldwide citation)

A double data rate (“DDR”) synchronous dynamic random access memory (“SDRAM”) device incorporating a static random access memory (“SRAM”) cache per memory bank that provides effectively double peak data bandwidth, optimizes sustained bandwidth and improves bus efficiency as compared with conventiona ...


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David W Bondurant, Richard J Martin: Automatic overflow/imminent overflow detector. Sperry Corporation, Kenneth T Grace, W E Cleaver, M M Truex, August 4, 1981: US04282581 (22 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for automatically detecting overflow and imminent overflow conditions as data is transferred from an accumulator to a postscaler. As the data is output from the accumulator, the appropriateness of the predetermined scale factor to be used by the postscaler is determined. If an overflow ...


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