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Greg McKaskle, Jeffrey L Kodosky: Method and apparatus for providing attribute nodes in a graphical data flow environment. National Instruments Corporation, Jeffrey C Hood, January 2, 1996: US05481741 (341 worldwide citation)

A system and method for providing attribute nodes in a data flow diagram which allow a user to programmatically access various parameters of a control or indicator. In this manner, a user can programmatically make changes that affect the output or appearance of controls and indicators. A user can al ...


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Roger Zhang, Robert Dye, Greg McKaskle, Chris Cifra: Code node for a graphical programming system which invokes execution of textual code. National Instruments Corporation, Jeffrey C Hood, Conley Rose & Tayon PC, August 28, 2001: US06282699 (91 worldwide citation)

A system and method for creating a graphical program, wherein the graphical program is operable to invoke execution of textual code. The user selects a code node for inclusion in the graphical program, wherein the code node is displayed on the screen. The user then selects or enters textual code tha ...


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Jeffrey L Kodosky, Greg McKaskle, Meg Fletcher Kay: Method and apparatus for providing improved type compatibility and data structure organization in a graphical data flow diagram. National Instruments Corporation, Jeffrey C Hood, Conley Rose & Tayon, March 31, 1998: US05734863 (45 worldwide citation)

A type definition ability in a graphical programming environment which enables a user to assign a name to a custom control that the user intends to use throughout one or more virtual instruments. The user can create a master or original of a control and use copies of that control in all subsequent v ...


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Jason King, Craig Smith, Greg McKaskle, Andrew Dove: System and method for enabling a graphical program to respond to user interface events. National Instruments Corporation, Meyertons Hood Kivlin Kowert & Goetzel P C, Jeffrey C Hood, Jason L Burgess, July 7, 2009: US07559032 (8 worldwide citation)

A system and method for enabling a graphical program to receive and respond to programmatic events. The graphical program may include a graphical user interface having various user interface elements and a block diagram having a plurality of nodes indicating functionality of the graphical program. T ...


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Jason King, Craig Smith, Greg McKaskle, Andrew Dove: Graphical programming system with event-handling nodes. National Instruments Corporation, Meyertons Hood Kivlin Kowert & Goetzel P C, Jeffrey C Hood, Jason L Burgess, June 19, 2012: US08205161 (4 worldwide citation)

A system and method for enabling a graphical program to receive and respond to programmatic events, such as user interface events. The graphical program may include a graphical user interface having various user interface elements and a block diagram having a plurality of nodes indicating functional ...


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Greg McKaskle, Christina Rogers: Evaluation of graphical program nodes. National Instruments Corporation, Myertons Hood Kivlin Kowert & Goetzel P C, Jeffrey C Hood, Joel L Stevens, April 3, 2012: US08151218

Evaluation of graphical program nodes. A first graphical program may be displayed on a display. The first graphical program may include a plurality of interconnected nodes which visually specifies functionality of the first graphical program. User input may be received which selects at least one of ...


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Jason King, Craig Smith, Greg McKaskle, Andrew Dove: System and method for enabling a graphical program to respond to user interface events. Jeffrey C Hood, Conley Rose & Tayon PC, April 17, 2003: US20030071845-A1

A system and method for enabling a graphical program to receive and respond to programmatic events, such as user interface events. The graphical program may include a graphical user interface having various user interface elements and a block diagram having a plurality of nodes indicating functional ...


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Greg McKaskle, Christina Rogers: Evaluation of Graphical Program Nodes. Meyertons Hood Kivlin Kowert & Goetzel PC, February 3, 2011: US20110029932-A1

Evaluation of graphical program nodes. A first graphical program may be displayed on a display. The first graphical program may include a plurality of interconnected nodes which visually specifies functionality of the first graphical program. User input may be received which selects at least one of ...


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Jason King, Craig Smith, Greg McKaskle, Andrew Dove: Graphical Programming System With Event-Handling Nodes. Meyertons Hood Kivlin Kowert & Goetzel PC, November 19, 2009: US20090288025-A1

A system and method for enabling a graphical program to receive and respond to programmatic events, such as user interface events. The graphical program may include a graphical user interface having various user interface elements and a block diagram having a plurality of nodes indicating functional ...