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John M Dinwiddie Jr, Bobby J Freeman, Lonnie E Grice, John M Loffredo, Kenneth R Sanderson, Gustavo A Suarez: Data processing system with system resource management for itself and for an associated alien processor. International Business Machines Corporation, Joseph T Downey, John C Black, May 12, 1992: US05113522 (145 worldwide citation)

The functions of two virtual operating systems (e.g., S/370 VM, VSE or IX370 and S/88 OS) are merged into one physical system. Partner pairs of S/88 processors run the S/88 OS and handle the fault tolerant and single system image aspects of the system. One or more partner pairs of S/370 processors a ...


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Ernest D Baker, John M Dinwiddie Jr, Lonnie E Grice, James M Joyce, John M Loffredo, Kenneth R Sanderson: Method and apparatus for the direct transfer of information between application programs running on distinct processors without utilizing the services of one or both operating systems. IBM Corporation, John C Black, Robert S Babayi, Barry L Haley, November 29, 1994: US05369749 (80 worldwide citation)

The functions of two virtual operating systems (e.g., S/370 VM, VSE or IX370 and S/88 OS) are merged into one physical system. Partner pairs of S/88 processors run the S/88 OS and handle the fault tolerant and single system image aspects of the system. One or more partner pairs of S/370 processors a ...


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Ernest D Baker, John M Dinwiddie Jr, Lonnie E Grice, James M Joyce, John M Loffredo, Kenneth R Sanderson, Gustavo A Suarez: Fault tolerant data processing system. International Business Machines Corporation, Joseph T Downey, Robert S Babayi, John C Black, June 28, 1994: US05325517 (69 worldwide citation)

The functions of two virtual operating systems (e.g., S/370 VM, VSE or IX370 and S/88 OS) are merged into one physical system. Partner pairs of S/88 processors run the S/88 OS and handle the fault tolerant and single system image aspects of the system. One or more partner pairs of S/370 processors a ...


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Ernest D Baker, John M Dinwiddie Jr, Lonnie E Grice, James M Joyce, John M Loffredo, Kenneth R Sanderson: Uncoupling a central processing unit from its associated hardware for interaction with data handling apparatus alien to the operating system controlling said unit and hardware. International Business Machines, John C Black, Winfield J Brown Jr, October 13, 1992: US05155809 (61 worldwide citation)

The functions of two virtual operating systems (e.g., S/370 VM, VSE or IX370 and S/88 OS) are merged into one physical system. Partner pairs of S/88 processors run the S/88 OS and handle the fault tolerant and single system image aspects of the system. One or more partner pairs of S/370 processors a ...


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Ernest D Baker, John M Dinwiddie Jr, Lonnie E Grice, James M Joyce, John M Loffredo, Kenneth R Sanderson: Providing additional system characteristics to a data processing system through operations of an application program, transparently to the operating system. International Business Machines, John C Terrile Stephen A Black Jr, Joseph T Downey, February 1, 1994: US05283868 (53 worldwide citation)

The functions of two virtual operating systems (e.g., S/370 VM, VSE or IX370 and S/88 OS) are merged into one physical system. Partner pairs of S/88 processors run the S/88 OS and handle the fault tolerant and single system image aspects of the system. One or more partner pairs of S/370 processors a ...


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Ernest D Baker, John M Dinwiddie Jr, Lonnie E Grice, James M Joyce, John M Loffredo, Kenneth R Sanderson: Uncoupling a central processing unit from its associated hardware for interaction with data handling apparatus alien to the operating system controlling said unit and hardware. IBM Corporation, John C Black, Robert S Babayi, Barry L Haley, February 7, 1995: US05388215 (52 worldwide citation)

The functions of two virtual operating systems (e. S/370 VM, VSE or IX370 and S/88 OS) are merged into one physical system. Partner pairs of S/88 processors run the S/88 OS and handle the fault tolerant and single system image aspects of the system. One or more partner pairs of S/370 processors are ...


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Ernest D Baker, John M Dinwiddie Jr, Lonnie E Grice, John M Loffredo, Kenneth R Sanderson, Gustavo A Suarez: System for controlling access by first system to portion of main memory dedicated exclusively to second system to facilitate input/output processing via first system. International Business Machines Corporation, Joseph T Downey, John C Black, September 1, 1992: US05144692 (50 worldwide citation)

The functions of two virtual operating systems (e.g., S/370 VM, VSE or IX370 and S/88 OS) are merged into one physical system. Partner pairs of S/88 processors run the S/88 OS and handle the fault tolerant and single system image aspects of the system. One or more partner pairs of S/370 processors a ...


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Ernest D Baker, John M Dinwiddie Jr, Lonnie E Grice, John M Loffredo, Kenneth R Sanderson, Gustavo A Suarez: System for removing section of memory from first system and allocating to second system in a manner indiscernable to both operating systems. IBM Corporation, John C Black, Robert S Babayi, Barry L Haley, November 8, 1994: US05363497 (27 worldwide citation)

The functions of two virtual operating systems (e.g., S/370 VM, VSE or IX370 and S/88 OS) are merged into one physical system. Partner pairs of S/88 processors run the S/88 OS and handle the fault tolerant and single system image aspects of the system. One or more partner pairs of S/370 processors a ...


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John M Dinwiddie Jr, Lonnie E Grice, John M Loffredo, Kenneth R Sanderson: Servicing interrupt requests in a data processing system without using the services of an operating system. International Business Machines, Robert S Babayi, November 29, 1994: US05369767 (20 worldwide citation)

The functions of two virtual operating systems (e.g., S/370 VM, VSE or IX370 and S/88 OS) are merged into one physical system. Partner pairs of S/88 processors run the S/88 OS and handle the fault tolerant and single system image aspects of the system. One or more partner pairs of S/370 processors a ...


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Fernando Concha, John M Loffredo: PLA microcode controller. International Business Machines Corporation, Bernard D Bogdon, August 27, 1991: US05043879 (6 worldwide citation)

To provide for efficient use of computer microcodes, a firmware structure containing a mainline programmable logic array circuit and at least one subroutine programmable logic array circuit may be used. As the states of the mainline programmable logic array circuit are sequenced, the data bits repre ...