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Martin Vorbach, Robert Munch: I/O and memory bus system for DFPs and units with two- or multi-dimensional programmable cell architectures. PACT, Kenyon & Kenyon, September 12, 2000: US06119181 (99 worldwide citation)

A uniform bus system is provided which operates without any special consideration by a programmer. Memories and peripheral may be connected to this bus system without any special measures. Likewise, units may be cascaded with the help of the bus system. The bus system combines a number of internal l ...


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Martin Vorbach, Robert Munch: Run-time reconfiguration method for programmable units. PACT, Kenyon & Kenyon, February 1, 2000: US06021490 (98 worldwide citation)

A method of run-time reconfiguration of a programmable unit is provided, the programmable unit including a plurality of reconfigurable function cells in a multidimensional arrangement. An event is detected. The source of the detected event is determined, and an address of an entry in a jump table is ...


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Martin Vorbach, Robert Munch: Method of the self-synchronization of configurable elements of a programmable unit. PACT, Kenyon & Kenyon, June 27, 2000: US06081903 (89 worldwide citation)

A method of synchronizing and reconfiguring configurable elements in a programmable unit is provided. A unit has a two or multi-dimensional programmable cell architecture (e.g., DFP, DPGA, etc.), and any configurable element can have access to a configuration register and a status register of the ot ...


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Martin Vorbach, Robert Munch: Process for automatic dynamic reloading of data flow processors (DFPs) and units with two or three-dimensional programmable cell architectures (FPGAs, DPGAs and the like). PACT, Kenyon & Kenyon, July 11, 2000: US06088795 (77 worldwide citation)

A method for processing data in a configurable unit having a multidimensional cell arrangement a switching table is provided, the switching table including a controller and a configuration memory. Configuration strings are transmitted from the switching table to a configurable element of the unit to ...


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Martin Vorbach, Robert Munch: Method for the automatic address generation of modules within clusters comprised of a plurality of these modules. PACTGmbH, Kenyon & Kenyon, March 14, 2000: US06038650 (66 worldwide citation)

A method of automatic address generation by units within clusters of a plurality of such units in which individual configurable elements of a unit can be addressed. It is thus possible to address the individual elements directly for reconfiguration. This is a prerequisite for being able to reconfigu ...


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Michael Shannon Davis, Bruce Robert Munch: Panel for forming on-site a multi-function channel for being self-retaining between, and by, a pair of parallel, adjacent, and spaced-apart framing members without a need for fasteners. Bernard S Hoffman, June 29, 2004: US06754995 (12 worldwide citation)

A panel for forming on-site a multi-function channel. The panel is a sheet of material that is rectangular-shaped, slightly compressible, thermally insulating, and has a pair of pre-printed channel flange fold lines that extend the entire length thereof and which form a pair of channel flanges when ...


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Robert Munch: Method of coating an electronic component. Schlumberger, Frishauf Holtz Goodman Langer & Chick P C, December 16, 1997: US05697149 (3 worldwide citation)

A technique of coating an electronic component with a resin. A semiconductor chip is placed on an insulating film carrying electric contacts to which the semiconductor chip is connected by connection wires passing through holes formed in the insulating film. The holes in the insulating film are plac ...


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Martin Vorbach, Robert Munch: Multi-core processor having disabled cores. Pact XPP Technologies, Edward P Heller III, December 16, 2014: US08914690

A multi-core processor having a cache, an interconnect system selectively connecting the cache to individual cores, and a interconnect control whereby selected cores are disabled.


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Martin Vorbach, Robert Munch: Method of self-synchronization of configurable elements of a programmable module. Kenyon & Kenyon, April 29, 2004: US20040083399-A1

A method which permits self-synchronization of elements to be synchronized. Synchronization is neither implemented nor managed by a central entity. By shifting synchronization into each element, more synchronization tasks can also be performed simultaneously, because independent elements no longer i ...


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Martin Vorbach, Robert Munch: Unit for processing numeric and logic operations for use in central processing units (CPUs), multiprocessor systems. Kenyon & Kenyon, August 26, 2004: US20040168099-A1

A cascadable arithmetic and logic unit (ALU) which is configurable in function and interconnection. No decoding of commands is needed during execution of the algorithm. The ALU can be reconfigured at run time without any effect on surrounding ALUs, processing units or data streams. The volume of con ...