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Gregory A Pascucci, David E Rasmussen, Gaylon M Decious, James R Garbe, Susan M Hyzer, Karen L Woest, Vairavan Vairavan, David L Koch, Donald A Gottschalk Jr, Dennis E Burkhardt, Darrell E Standish, Paul W Madaus, Dan J Spacek, Clay G Nesler, James K Stark, Otto M Mageland, Robert R Singers, Michael E Wagner: Networked facilities management system. Johnson Controls Technology Company, George E Haas Esq, Quarles & Brady, September 5, 2000: US06115713 (199 worldwide citation)

A networked system having a wide variety of applications and particularly applicable to facilities management systems has multiple levels of software in processing nodes. The levels include a "features" processing level which communicates requests for data to a software object level containing datab ...


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Gregory A Pascucci, David E Rasmussen, Gaylon M Decious, James R Garbe, Susan M Hyzer, Karen L Woest, Vairavan Vairavan, David L Koch, Donald A Gottschalk Jr, Dennis E Burkhardt, Darrell E Standish, Paul W Madaus, Dan J Spacek, Clay G Nesler, James K Stark, Otto M Mageland, Robert R Singers, Michael E Wagner: Networked facilities management system having a node configured with distributed load management software to manipulate loads controlled by other nodes. Johnson Service Company, Harness Dickey & Pierce, January 28, 1997: US05598566 (155 worldwide citation)

A networked system having a wide variety of applications and particularly applicable to facilities management systems has multiple levels of software in processing nodes. The levels include a "features" processing level which communicates requests for data to a software object level containing datab ...


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Gregory A Pascucci, David E Rasmussen, Gaylon M Decious, James R Garbe, Susan M Hyzer, Karen L Woest, Vairavan Vairavan, David L Koch, Donald A Gottschalk Jr, Dennis E Burkhardt, Darrell E Standish, Paul W Madaus, Dan J Spacek, Clay G Nesler, James K Stark, Otto M Mageland, Robert R Singers, Michael E Wagner: Networked facilities management system with time stamp comparison for data base updates. Johnson Service Company, Harness Dickey & Pierce, April 23, 1996: US05511188 (150 worldwide citation)

A networked system having a wide variety of applications and particularly applicable to facilities management systems has multiple levels of software in processing nodes. The levels include a "features" processing level which communicates requests for data to a software object level containing datab ...


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Gregory A Pascucci, David E Rasmussen, Gaylon M Decious, James R Garbe, Susan M Hyzer, Karen L Woest, Vairavan Vairavan, David L Koch, Donald A Gottschalk Jr, Dennis E Burkhardt, Darrell E Standish, Paul W Madaus, Dan J Spacek, Clay G Nesler, James K Stark, Otto M Mageland, Robert R Singers, Michael E Wagner: Networked facilities management system. Johnson Service Company, Foley & Lardner, May 28, 1996: US05522044 (142 worldwide citation)

A networked system having a wide variety of applications and particularly applicable to facilities management systems has multiple levels of software in processing nodes. The levels include a "features" processing level which communicates requests for data to a software object level containing datab ...


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Gregory A Pascucci, David E Rasmussen, Gaylon M Decious, James R Garbe, Susan M Hyzer, Karen L Woest, Vairavan Vairavan, David L Koch, Donald A Gottschalk Jr, Dennis E Burkhardt, Darrell E Standish, Paul W Madaus, Dan J Spacek, Clay G Nesler, James K Stark, Otto M Mageland, Robert R Singers, Michael E Wagner: Networked facilities management system with optical coupling of local network devices. Johnson Service Company, Harness Dickey & Pierce, August 27, 1996: US05550980 (111 worldwide citation)

A networked system having a wide variety of applications and particularly applicable to facilities management systems has multiple levels of software in processing nodes. The levels include a "features" processing level which communicates requests for data to a software object level containing datab ...


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Karen L Woest, James K Stark, David E Rasmussen: Network control system and method. Johnson Service Company, Foley & Lardner, June 29, 1993: US05224095 (46 worldwide citation)

A network control system for use in a communication network controls the receipt and transmission of messages between at least a pair of nodes of the network. Messages conveyed within the network include short messages having a length less than a predetermined number of bytes and long messages havin ...


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Karen L Woest, James K Stark, David E Rasmussen: Network control system with improved reliability. Johnson Service Company, Foley & Lardner, September 28, 1993: US05249184 (44 worldwide citation)

A timer manager for use in a network control system of one node of a connectionless communication network provides message receipt reliability. The network control system includes a buffer pool for storing messages to be transmitted from the one node and a data link stage for receiving the buffer po ...


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Karen L Woest, James K Stark, David E Rasmussen: Combined connectionless and connection-oriented network control system. Johnson Service Company, Foley & Lardner, September 7, 1993: US05243595 (23 worldwide citation)

A network control system controls the receipt and transmission of messages at one node of a communication network which includes a plurality of nodes coupled together on a bi-directional bus. Both short messages having a length less than a predetermined number of bytes and long messages having a len ...


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Karen L Woest, James K Stark, David E Rasmussen: Network control system with improved priority protocol. Johnson Service Company, Foley & Lardner, August 17, 1993: US05237568 (6 worldwide citation)

A network control system of one node of a communication network includes a data link stage and a session stage which provide a priority protocol. The network control system includes a storage and the data link stage stores received messages in the storage. When the number of stored messages reaches ...