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Cynthia C Martin, Philip R Thrift, Marion C Lineberry: Systems and methods for planning the scheduling travel routes. Texas Instruments Incorporated, W Daniel Swayze Jr, Richard L Donaldson, Leo N Heiting, December 21, 1993: US05272638 (429 worldwide citation)

A method is provided for using a computer to select a travel route based on a selected performance criteria from a plurality of possible travel routes connecting a plurality of destinations. Information is input describing the location of each destination to be visited. For each pair of destinations ...


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Matthew A Woolsey, Marion C Lineberry, Jihong Kim: Mobile communication system with cross compiler and cross linker. Texas Instruments Incorporated, Ronald O Neerings, W James Brady, Richard L Donaldson, February 22, 2000: US06029000 (126 worldwide citation)

A wireless data platform (10) comprises a plurality of processors (12,16). Channels of communication are set up between processors such that they may communicate information as tasks are performed. A dynamic cross compiler (80) executed on one processor compiles code into native processing code for ...


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Michael McMahon, Marion C Lineberry, Matthew A Woolsey, Gerard Chauvel: Mobile electronic device having a host processor system capable of dynamically canging tasks performed by a coprocessor in the device. Texas Instruments Incorporated, Ronald O Neerings, Wade James Brady III, Frederick J Telecky Jr, July 16, 2013: US08489860 (2 worldwide citation)

A wireless data platform comprises a plurality of processors. Channels of communication are set up between processors such that they may communicate information as tasks are performed. A dynamic cross compiler executed on one processor compiles code into native processing code for another processor. ...


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Dong Zhou, Nayeem Islam, Marion C Lineberry, Dannellia Gladden Green: Methods for supporting intra-document parallelism in XSLT processing on devices with multiple processors. DoCoMo Communications Laboratories USA, Texas Instruments, Macpherson Kwok Chen & Heid, November 23, 2006: US20060265712-A1

As mobile handsets are typically much slower than desktops for processing intensive applications, and as XSL-based XML document transformations (or XSLT) are processing intensive, such transformations are costly on mobile devices both because of execution time and energy consumption. While other pro ...