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David D Stubbs, Mark P Barnett, William A Greenseth: Method of generating instruction sequences for controlling data flow processes. Tektronix, Alexander C Johnson, Micah D Stolowitz, Francis I Gray, August 4, 1992: US05136705 (208 worldwide citation)

Computer-controlled test and measurement systems, including resources having multiple states and resources having multiple inputs, are modeled as data flow diagrams of topologically interconnected resources. A set of "tasks" are defined for changing the states of multiple-state resources and causing ...


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Dale A Jordan, Lynne A Fitzsimmons, William A Greenseth, Gregory L Hoffman, David D Stubbs: Block diagram system and method for controlling electronic instruments with simulated graphic display. October 13, 1992: US05155836 (174 worldwide citation)

A block diagram editor system and method is implemented in a computer workstation that includes a CRT and a mouse, graphics and windowing software, and an external communications interface for test instruments. The computer is programmed for constructing, interconnecting and displaying block diagram ...


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Chris M Pieper, Cathie J B Wier, Eric M Bush, Thomas W Rudwick III, William A Greenseth, Robert R Klingenberg, David Du Pont: Graphical data base editor. Credence Systems Corporation, Smith Hill and Bedell, December 6, 1994: US05371851 (135 worldwide citation)

A system manipulates stimulus/response signal data associated with an integrated circuit design, such as from a computer-aided engineering simulator, and converts the data into a format acceptable by a tester device which tests a prototype or production integrated circuit. The data is graphically di ...


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Dale A Jordan, Lynne A Fitzsimmons, William A Greenseth, Gregory L Hoffman, David D Stubbs: Block diagram editor system and method for controlling electronic instruments. Tektronix, Alexander C Johnson Jr, Robert S Hulse, September 19, 1989: US04868785 (128 worldwide citation)

A block diagram editor system and method is implemented in a computer workstation that includes a Cathode Ray Tube (CRT) and a mouse, graphics and windowing software, and an external communications interface for test instruments. The computer is programmed for constructing, interconnecting and displ ...