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Radha Vaidyanathan, Emil F Girczyc, Sivaram Krishna Nayudu, Mahadevan Ganapathi: Method and apparatus using a memory model. Synopsys, Graham & James, April 25, 2000: US06053948 (83 worldwide citation)

A computer system including a memory model of a memory circuit. The computer system comprises a processor coupled to receive and manipulate the memory model, and a memory including the memory model. The memory model includes: a number of address bits corresponding to a number of address bits of the ...


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Radha Vaidyanathan, Ping sheng Tseng: Simulator for simulating systems including mixed triggers. Synopsys, Graham & James, September 15, 1998: US05809283 (37 worldwide citation)

A method of simulating a system on a computer. The method comprises the following steps. First, analyze a hardware design language specification of the system to identify a set of processes. The hardware design language specification includes a register transfer level definition of a part of the sys ...


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Ping sheng Tseng, Radha Vaidyanathan, Sivaram Krishna Nayudu, Mahadevan Ganapathi: Simulator including process levelization. Synopsys, Graham & James, July 21, 1998: US05784593 (21 worldwide citation)

A method of preparing a specification of a system for simulation on a computer system. The specification includes a hardware design language specification of the system. Analyze the specification to identify a set of processes, where each process includes a plurality of statements. Determine an eval ...


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Max W Durney, Radha Vaidyanathan, Ryan Lam: Method of forming two-dimensional sheet material into three-dimensional structure. Industrial Origami, K&L Gates, May 14, 2013: US08438893 (9 worldwide citation)

A two-dimensional sheet material is provided that is suitable for bending along a bend line to form a three-dimensional object. The sheet material is provided with a plurality of displacements in a thickness direction of the sheet material on one side of the bend line. A portion of the displacements ...


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Max W DURNEY, Radha Vaidyanathan, Ryan Lam: Method of forming two-dimensional sheet material into three-dimensional structure. Industrial Origami, Morgan Lewis & Bockius, May 1, 2008: US20080098787-A1

A two-dimensional sheet material is provided that is suitable for bending along a bend line to form a three-dimensional object. The sheet material is provided with a plurality of displacements in a thickness direction of the sheet material on one side of the bend line. A portion of the displacements ...


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Max W DURNEY, Radha Vaidyanathan, Ryan Lam: Method of forming two-dimensional sheet material into three-dimensional structure. Industrial Origami, Morgan Lewis & Bockius, April 23, 2009: US20090100893-A1

A two-dimensional sheet material is provided that is suitable for bending along a bend line to form a three-dimensional object. The sheet material is provided with a plurality of displacements in a thickness direction of the sheet material on one side of the bend line. A portion of the displacements ...


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Max W DURNEY, Radha VAIDYANATHAN, Ryan LAM: Sheet of Material with Fluid-Resistant Bend Controlling Displacements and Method of Forming the Same. Industrial Origami, Morgan Lewis & Bockius, April 23, 2009: US20090100894-A1

A method of preparing a two-dimensional sheet of material for bending along a bend line to form a three-dimensional article having a fluid-resistant bend includes the steps of forming at least one bend-controlling displacement in the thickness direction of the sheet of material, a portion of a perip ...


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Max W Durney, Radha Vaidyanathan, Ryan Lam: Hinged Three-Dimensional Structure Formed With Two-Dimensional Sheet of Material. Industrial Origami, Morgan Lewis & Bockius, April 23, 2009: US20090100895-A1

A substantially two-dimensional sheet material is configured for bending along a bend line to form a three-dimensional structure having a hinge along the bend line. The sheet material includes a substantially two-dimensional in a region in which a bend is to be made, and a plurality of displacements ...


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Max W DURNEY, Radha Vaidyanathan, Ryan Lam: Method of forming two-dimensional sheet material into three-dimensional structure. Industrial Origami, March 3, 2011: US20110049166-A1

A two-dimensional sheet material is provided that is suitable for bending along a bend line to form a three-dimensional object. The sheet material is provided with a plurality of displacements in a thickness direction of the sheet material on one side of the bend line. A portion of the displacements ...