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Douglas J Hamar, Mark S Young: Portable multi-section activity floor and method of manufacture and installation. January 16, 2001: US06173548 (132 worldwide citation)

A floor for a basketball court or the like assembled from a plurality of separate floor sections arranged in staggered rows with each section including a plurality of spaced apart sleepers, a subfloor secured to the sleepers, and a wood strip flooring layer secured to the subfloor. Abutting edges of ...


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Mark S Young, John Drew, Michael C Shebanow: Method and apparatus for error detection and correction in systems comprising floppy and/or hard disk drives. Advanced Micro Devices, Patrick T King, Warren M Becker, J Vincent Tortolano, May 19, 1987: US04667326 (122 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for generating a check sum and a syndrome for detecting errors in a series of bytes comprising a plurality of stages, each stage comprising a plurality of networks of exclusive OR gates, a memory and an exclusive OR gate for exclusively ORing the outputs of the networks result ...


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Douglas J Hamar, Mark S Young, Richard E Granroth: Multi-panel activity floor with fixed hinge connections. November 23, 1999: US05987839 (101 worldwide citation)

A portable activity floor comprised of a plurality of separate panels that can be readily and selectively interlocked together into a finalized configuration. Each panel has an underlayment providing a core with spaced stringers fastened to the underside thereof. Elongated finishing strips mounted o ...


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Mark S Young, John Drew, Michael C Shebanow: Method and apparatus for transferring data between a disk and a central processing unit. Advanced Micro Devices, Patrick T King, Warren M Becker, J Vincent Tortolano, May 19, 1987: US04667286 (58 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for transferring data between a disk and a CPU is disclosed comprising a pair of toggling header buffers and a pair of toggling data buffers. In operation, data is transferred between a sector on a disk and one of the data buffers under the control of one of the header buffers ...


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Avner Ben Dor, James Goodwin, Joseph Meza, Mark S Young, David Zalatimo: Tunneling between a bus and a network. F5 Networks, Nixon Peabody, March 25, 2008: US07349391 (31 worldwide citation)

A system is described having a network, a bus and an interface coupling the network to the bus. A host is coupled to the network and executes software to generate packets for communication on the network. A bus device is coupled to the bus. The interface and host coordinate to transport bus device p ...


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Mark S Young, John Drew, Michael C Shebanow, Vineet Dujari: Method and apparatus for reading a disk. Advanced Micro Devices, Patrick T King, Warren M Becker, J Vincent Tortolano, October 21, 1986: US04618898 (25 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for reading data from a disk having missing or unreadable field address marks. Expected address marks are searched for within a time window which is generated using a counter. When an expected address mark is generated at any time within the time window, the counter is set or ...


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Mark S Young: Arbitration and crossbar device and method. F5 Networks, Nixon Peabody, July 6, 2010: US07752400 (2 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a method and apparatus for crossbar arbitration. In one embodiment, the crossbar arbitration includes a memory, a plurality of functional units that transfer data to and from the memory, a crossbar unit that provides a data path from each unit to the memory, and an arbitration unit that ...


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Avner Ben Dor, James Goodwin, Joseph Meza, Mark S Young, David Zalatimo: Tunneling between a bus and a network. Blakely Sokoloff, Taylor & Zafman, October 3, 2002: US20020141418-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

A system is described having a network, a bus and an interface coupling the network to the bus. A host is coupled to the network and executes software to generate packets for communication on the network. A bus device is coupled to the bus. The interface and host coordinate to transport bus device p ...


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Avner Ben Dor, James Goodwin, Joseph Meza, Mark S Young, David Zalatimo: Tunneling between a bus and a network. F5 Networks, Gunnar G Leinberg, Nixon Peabody, October 2, 2007: US07277436

A system is described having a network, a bus and an interface coupling the network to the bus. A host is coupled to the network and executes software to generate packets for communication on the network. A bus device is coupled to the bus. The interface and host coordinate to transport bus device p ...



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