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Kwang G Tan: Memory configuration, address interleaving, relocation and access control system. International Business Machines Corporation, Bernard M Goldman, July 21, 1981: US04280176 (70 worldwide citation)

A storage configuration table (BCA) has a plurality of register entries which are loaded with signals that assign absolute addresses to the physical locations in a computer system's main storage, which may have plural basic storage modules (BSMs). Each BCA entry contains plural fields which relate a ...


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Eugene J Annunziata, Robert S James, Kwang G Tan: Backing store access coordination in a multi-processor system. International Business Machines Corporation, Edward S Gershuny, January 23, 1979: US04136386 (67 worldwide citation)

In a multi-processor system which utilizes store-in-cache techniques, a queueing mechanism for insuring that all units that wish to interrogate a memory line will be permitted to interrogate the line. Backing store access requests for data that is contained in the cache of another processor are queu ...


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Frederick O Flusche, Kwang G Tan, Ralph W Wright: Reconfigurable key-in-storage means for protecting interleaved main storage. International Business Machines Corporation, Bernard M Goldman, October 6, 1981: US04293910 (52 worldwide citation)

The disclosure provides a storage protection (SP) array in each of two system controllers (SCs) in a multiprocessing system which has a shared main storage containing a plurality of basic storage modules (BSMs). The BSMs may be operated with block and page interleaved addresses. Each block in main s ...


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Robert B Garner, Kwang G Tan, Donald C Jackson: Method and apparatus for executing concurrent CO processor operations and precisely handling related exceptions. Sun Microsystems, Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, April 28, 1992: US05109514 (31 worldwide citation)

A computer system which includes a central processing unit including a first processing unit that performs basic processing functions and a co-processing unit that performs multiple specialized processing functions concurrently with the first processing unit, an arrangement for detecting the occurre ...


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