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Daniel F Hurley, Earle H West: Method and apparatus for configuring computer programs from available subprograms. AT&T, Eugene J Rosenthal, June 4, 1996: US05524246 (28 worldwide citation)

A graphic program configuration system is described that allows a user to create complete computer programs. In particular, the present invention improves on the prior art by providing a system and process that permits a subprogram to have an arbitrary number of outlets that may be defined at progra ...


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Daniel F Hurley, Earle H West: Method and apparatus for configuring computer programs from available subprograms. Lucent Technologies, E J Rosenthal, August 3, 1999: US05933637 (15 worldwide citation)

A graphic program configuration system is described that allows a user to create complete computer programs. In particular, the present invention improves on the prior art by providing a system and process that permits a subprogram to have an arbitrary number of outlets that may be defined at progra ...


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Hurley Daniel F, West Earle H: Method and apparatus for configuring computer programs from available subprograms.. At & T, March 1, 1995: EP0640914-A2 (11 worldwide citation)

A graphic program configuration system is described that allows a user to create complete computer programs. In particular, the present invention improves on the prior art by providing a system and process that permits a subprogram to have an arbitrary number of outlets that may be defined at progra ...


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Hurley Daniel F, West Earle H: Methode et appareil de configuration de programmes informatiques a partir des sous-programmes disponibles, Method and apparatus for configuring computer programs from available subprograms. American Telephone And Telegraph Company, KIRBY EADES GALE BAKER, December 28, 1999: CA2128387

A graphic program configuration system is described that allows a user to create complete computer programs. In particular, the present invention improves on the prior art by providing a system and process that permits a subprogram to have an arbitrary number of outlets that may be defined at progra ...