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Atashi C Sonty, Jose A Faria, Alan W Willett, Kim P Ciulla, Christopher Comparetta, Jack T Latone: Process for configuration management. Xerox Corporation, Oliff & Berridge, March 12, 1996: US05499357 (119 worldwide citation)

In a process for ensuring compatibility of components in a system, system components are defined and relationships between two or more system components identified. From relationships between components, inter-relationships between these identified relationships and possibly other components are det ...


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Mark A Smith, Kitty Sathi, Jack T Latone: Process for replacing non-volatile memory in electronic printing systems. Xerox Corporation, Frederick E McMullen, Gary B Cohen, November 16, 1993: US05263152 (11 worldwide citation)

A method is provided for preserving the integrity of a memory in an electronic printer in the event that a printed wiring board with non-volatile memory is replaced. The memory includes plural disks providing permanent data storage and the non-volatile memory communicating with the disks. In the met ...


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Paul E Reilly, Daniel Fleysher, Paul A Rulli, Jack T Latone: Elimination of contouring on displayed gray level images. Xerox Corporation, January 21, 1992: US05083210 (7 worldwide citation)

An electronic reprographic system with a scanner for scanning the document pages of a job and converting the document images scanned to an array of binary pixels. The ability to convert a high resolution array of binary pixels representing the scanned image to a lower resolution, gray version for di ...


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Christopher Comparetta, Ronald A Ippolito, Kitty Sathi, Jack T Latone, Colleen R Enzien, Mark A Smith: Process for replacing storage media in electronic printing systems. Xerox Corporation, Frederick E McMullen, September 6, 1994: US05345581 (1 worldwide citation)

An electronic printing system with plural hard disks for storing system files with booting process for booting the system to a running condition, the booting process detecting a previously replaced or misplaced disk and in response thereto, enabling booting of the system without loss or re-installin ...