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Bass Leland Jay, Shah Ashwin Vasanji, Wickwire Ralph Owen, Quick Roy Franklin Jr: Method of electronically moving portions of several different images on a crt screen.. Burroughs, July 24, 1985: EP0149310-A2 (3 worldwide citation)

A method of electronically moving portions of several different images on a CRT screen includes the steps of: storing a first image in one section of an image memory, and storing a second image in a different section of the image memory; storing control bits in a control memory which define high and ...


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Bass Leland Jay, Shah Ashwin Vasanji, Wickwire Ralph Owen: System for electronically displaying multiple images on a crt screen such that some images are more prominent than others.. Burroughs, July 24, 1985: EP0149309-A2 (2 worldwide citation)

A sytem for electronically displaying multiple images on a CRT screen such that some of the images are more prominent than others comprises: a control memory for storing control signals which partition the screen into an array of blocks, define multiple prioritized viewports by indicating which bloc ...


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Bass Leland Jay, Shah Ashwin Vasanji, Wickwire Ralph Owen: System for electronically displaying multiple images on a crt screen such that some images are more prominent than others. Burroughs Corporation, HART Don A, May 9, 1985: WO/1985/002048

A system for electronically displaying multiple images on a CRT screen (16) such that some of the images are more prominent than others comprises: a control memory (14) for storing control signals which partition the screen into an array of blocks, define multiple prioritized viewports by indicating ...


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Bass Leland Jay, Shah Ashwin Vasanji, Wickwire Ralph Owen, Quick Roy Franklin Jr: Method of electronically moving portions of several different images on a crt screen. Burroughs Corporation, HART Don A, May 9, 1985: WO/1985/002049

A method of electronically moving portions of several different images on a CRT screen (16) includes the steps of: storing a first image in one section of an image memory (14), and storing a second image in a different section of the image memory (14); storing control bits in a control memory (38) w ...