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Helge Knudsen, Daniel T Chong, John Yaffe, James E Taugher, Michael Robertson, Zbigniew Plazak: Operating system and data base having an access structure formed by a plurality of tables. Amdahl Corporation, Fliesler Dubb Meyer & Lovejoy, January 14, 1997: US05594899 (103 worldwide citation)

An object access system for retrieving objects in response to requests identifying requested objects, the system comprising an access structure consisting of a plurality of tables where each table is identified by a unique table identifier and has a plurality of rows where each row has a plurality o ...


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Helge Knudsen, Daniel T Chong, John Yaffe, James E Taugher, Michael Robertson, Zbigniew Plazak: System for creating, editing, displaying, and executing rules-based programming language rules having action part subsets for both true and false evaluation of the conditional part. Amdahl Corporation, Fliesler Dubb Meyer & Lovejoy, January 21, 1997: US05596752 (96 worldwide citation)

A programmable computer which operates by executing rules, each including a rule name, and optionally: input parameters, a set of conditions, a set of actions associated with each condition, and a set of exception handlers. A condition is a logical expression which evaluates to a true or false boole ...


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Helge Knudsen, Daniel T Chong, John Yaffe, James E Taugher, Michael Robertson, Zbigniew Plazak: Programmable computer with automatic translation between source and object code. Amdahl Corporation, Fliesler Dubb Meyer & Lovejoy, December 17, 1996: US05586330 (76 worldwide citation)

A method for manipulating a database of data and rules stored in a computer system where the computer operates in accordance with object-coded rules defined by a specified object code grammar. The computer including storage means for storing data and object-coded rules in tables in conformance with ...


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Helge Knudsen, Daniel T Chong, John Yaffe, James E Taugher, Michael Robertson, Zbigniew Plazak: Programmable computer with automatic translation between source and object code with version control. Amdahl Corporation, Fliesler Dubb Meyer & Lovejoy, December 17, 1996: US05586329 (63 worldwide citation)

A computer which executes rules which are defined according to a language having a valid grammar. The computer comprises input means for receiving and temporarily storing a first source code representation of a rule; object code translation means for translating the first source code representation ...


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Helge Knudsen, Daniel T Chong, John Yaffe, James E Taugher, Michael Robertson, Zbigniew Plazak: Computer method for implementing a GET instruction. Amdahl Corporation, Fliesler Dubb Meyer & Lovejoy, December 10, 1996: US05584026 (31 worldwide citation)

A computer method for executing a GET instruction for retrieving the first record stored in a data base that meets the stated criteria and for issuing an exception when no such record is found.