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Greer David L: Segmented associative logic circuits. General Electric Company, Baker Carl W, Lang Richard V, Neuhauser Frank L, November 19, 1974: US3849638 (55 worldwide citation)

Disclosed are logic circuits, comprising an array of logic elements interconnected in segmented groups of arrangement and number such that together they can generate signals representative of any required number of Boolean functions in response to binary signals applied to the logic elements in the ...


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Greer David L: Electrically programmable logic circuits. General Electric Company, Baker Carl W, Neuhauser Frank L, Waddell Oscar B, June 18, 1974: US3818452 (49 worldwide citation)

Disclosed are universal associative logic circuits for use in designing digital systems. The logic circuits comprise an array of storage cells interconnected to form a final circuit configuration which can be electrically altered to make possible the generation of a plurality of logic functions whic ...


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Greer David L: Multiple level associative logic circuits. General Electric Company, Baker Carl W, Neuhauser Frank L, Waddell Oscar B, June 11, 1974: US3816725 (49 worldwide citation)

Disclosed are universal associative logic circuits for use in designing logic systems. The logic circuits comprise an array of logic elements interconnected in a preselected configuration to implement logic in factored and unfactored form by generating single Boolean functions and complex groups of ...


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Greer David L: Means and method for attaching a hair piece to the hair. June 17, 1975: US3889694 (5 worldwide citation)

Hair piece clips are used to affix a hair piece in adjacent relation to the natural hair on a balding head. Several hair piece clips are sewed into the outer edges of the underside of the flexible webbing or wefting of a hair piece. Each clip consists of a flat, resilient, U-shape base having three ...


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Greer David L: Conveyor belt with variable spacing. Wire Belt Company Of America, March 7, 2001: EP1081064-A2

The conveyor belt includes a plurality of links 22 having alternating wide linking portions and narrow linking portions 30,32. The wide and narrow linking portions preferably form an undulating shape. In one embodiment, the conveyor belt is a flat wire conveyor belt having linking rods 34 extending ...


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Greer David L: Wire belt with variable spacing and method of making. Wire Belt Company Of America, June 21, 2000: EP1009688-A1

A wire belt (20) having increased belt strength includes a plurality of wire links (22) having alternating wide linking portions (30) and narrow linking portions (32) interlocked with respective linking portions of an adjacent wire link. The assembly of wire belt includes interlocking the wire links ...


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Greer David L: Sand hopper for filling bags. Greer David L, SIEMENS Terrance L, July 20, 2000: WO/2000/041928

A mobile dispensing apparatus (10) capable of onsite bagging of fluent solid materials (4) such as sand. The appparatus includes a hopper (12) supported on wheels (28) and having a trailer hitch (34). Three augers convey fluent material to three chutes (14). Each chute (14) has a clamp for supportin ...


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Greer David L: Wire belt with variable spacing and method of making. Wire Belt Company Of America, BOURQUE Daniel J, August 27, 1998: WO/1998/037000

A wire belt (20) having increased belt strength includes a plurality of wire links (22) having alternating wide linking portions (30) and narrow linking portions (32) interlocked with respective linking portions of an adjacent wire link. The assembly of wire belt includes interlocking the wire links ...


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Greer David L: Wire link, wire belt using the same and manufacture thereof. Greer David L, October 13, 1998: JP1998-272531

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a wire belt the strength of belt of which is raised and manufacturing method thereof. SOLUTION: The wire belt 20 is composed by connecting plural wire links 22 having wide connecting parts 30 and narrow connecting parts 32 which are alternately formed. The width in t ...