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Michael B Haynie, William R Laurune: System and method for vitally determining position and position uncertainty of a railroad vehicle employing diverse sensors including a global positioning system sensor. Ansaldo STS USA, Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott, Kirk D Houser, October 23, 2012: US08296065 (22 worldwide citation)

A system vitally determines a position of a train. The system includes a plurality of diverse sensors, such as tachometers and accelerometers, structured to repetitively sense at least change in position and acceleration of the train, a global positioning system sensor, which is diverse from each of ...


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Robert L Travis, Martin L Jack, William R Laurune, Nigel Norris: Information object transport system. Digital Equipment Corporation, Arnold White & Durkee, June 6, 1995: US05422999 (21 worldwide citation)

An information object transport system for enabling nodes to transmit objects a digital data processing system. Each node includes an object store for storing a plurality of objects, at least one of the objects including at least one external reference identifying another object. An information obje ...


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Robert L Travis, William R Laurune: Digital computer using data structure including external reference arrangement. Digital Equipment Corporation, Arnold White & Durkee, March 31, 1992: US05101493 (11 worldwide citation)

A data structure comprising a header portion and a content portion. The header portion includes an external references vector including at least one external reference item that identifies an external structure. The content portion includes data, and includes a pointer that identifies an external re ...


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Michael B Haynie, William R Laurune: System and method for vitally determining position and position uncertainty of a railroad vehicle employing diverse sensors including a global positioning system sensor. Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott, December 9, 2010: US20100312461-A1

A system vitally determines a position of a train. The system includes a plurality of diverse sensors, such as tachometers and accelerometers, structured to repetitively sense at least change in position and acceleration of the train, a global positioning system sensor, which is diverse from each of ...