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Harry Cheselka, Jeffrey S Lucash, William R Vincent: Display of multiple data windows in a multi-tasking system. International Business Machines Corporation, Frederick D Poag, C Lamont Whitham, March 24, 1987: US04653020 (126 worldwide citation)

A multiple window display system is provided for displaying data from different applications in a multi-tasking environment. The display system includes plural screen buffers (12.sub.l to 12.sub.n) for storing character codes and attribute codes of data which may be displayed on the display screen. ...


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Harry Cheselka, Steven Wade Hunter, Charles Steven Lingafelt, James Gregory Mulkey, John Wagner Yarbrough: Method and system for managing system bus communications in a data processing system. International Business Machines Corporation, Stephen T Keohane, John J Timar, May 19, 1998: US05754804 (40 worldwide citation)

In a data processing system, a first system processor is coupled to a first system bus. The first system processor includes a first bus controller. A second system processor having a second bus controller is coupled to a second system bus. The first bus controller is then coupled to a management bus ...


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Harry Cheselka, William F Nemecek, Dean A Stockwell: Display terminal with modularly attachable features. International Business Machines Corporation, Frederick D Poag, June 2, 1981: US04271479 (17 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a display system having one or more display terminals, each of which includes a base unit which acts as a display and supports a keyboard for operation as a keyboard/display terminal, the terminal in turn interfacing with a plurality of features connected thereto. The features can be qu ...


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Harry Cheselka, Gerald J Hladik, Chris Karabatsos, Lawrence G Mosher, Richard M Morrison: Remote fan out facility for data terminals. International Business Machines Corporation, J A Kunkle, F D Poag, November 22, 1988: US04787025 (10 worldwide citation)

A remote fan out facility used in an information handling system including a plurality of data terminals located remotely from a central processor unit. Messages transmitted from the central processing unit to one of the plurality of data terminals are modified by creating and inserting a terminal d ...


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Mitchell L Loeb, Harry Cheselka, William G Holland, Norman C Strole, Edward S Suffern: Limiting transmission rate of data. International Business Machines Corporation, Cynthia S Seal, Hoffman Warnick, June 3, 2014: US08743685

An improved solution for limiting the transmission rate of data over a network is provided according to an aspect of the invention. In particular, the transmission rate for a port is limited by rate limiting one of a plurality of queues (e.g., class/quality of service queues) for the port, and direc ...


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Mitchell L Loeb, Harry Cheselka, William G Holland, Norman C Strole, Edward S Suffern: Limiting transmission rate of data. International Business Machines Corporation, Cynthia Seal, Hoffman Warnick, June 14, 2011: US07961612

An improved solution for limiting the transmission rate of data over a network is provided according to an aspect of the invention. In particular, the transmission rate for a port is limited by rate limiting one of a plurality of queues (e.g., class/quality of service queues) for the port, and direc ...


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Harry Cheselka, Mitchell L Loeb, Norman C Strole, Edward S Suffern: Detection of link status in blade systems. International Business Machines Corporation, Brandon C Kennedy, Cynthia G Seal, Biggers & Ohanian, February 22, 2011: US07894351

A method and a computer program product for detecting link status in a blade system are provided. The method and computer program product provide for generating a first pattern of characters at a server blade of the blade system, transmitting the first pattern of characters from the server blade to ...


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Mitchell L Loeb, Harry Cheselka, William G Holland, Norman C Strole, Edward S Suffern: Limiting transmission rate of data. Hoffman Warnick & Dalessandro, June 5, 2008: US20080130669-A1

An improved solution for limiting the transmission rate of data over a network is provided according to an aspect of the invention. In particular, the transmission rate for a port is limited by rate limiting one of a plurality of queues (e.g., class/quality of service queues) for the port, and direc ...


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Harry CHESELKA, Mitchell L Loeb, Norman C Strole, Edward S Suffern: Detection of Link Status in Blade Systems. International Business Machines Corporation, Sawyer Law Group, May 22, 2008: US20080117830-A1

A method and a computer program product for detecting link status in a blade system are provided. The method and computer program product provide for generating a first pattern of characters at a server blade of the blade system, transmitting the first pattern of characters from the server blade to ...


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Mitchell L Loeb, Harry Cheselka, William G Holland, Norman C Strole, Edward S Suffern: Limiting transmission rate of data. International Business Machines Corporation, July 28, 2011: US20110182299-A1

An improved solution for limiting the transmission rate of data over a network is provided according to an aspect of the invention. In particular, the transmission rate for a port is limited by rate limiting one of a plurality of queues (e.g., class/quality of service queues) for the port, and direc ...