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  1. 131.
    Disclosed is a dynamic Complementary Metal-Oxide-Semiconductor (CMOS) mux circuit using N-device sharing technique. The application of this technique in a shifter has many considerable advantages over the conventional one such as charge sharing, fewer transistors, less dire area, less loading, less capacitance, and...
    IPCOM000117987D | Original Publication Date: 1996-Aug-01
  2. 132.
    Disclosed is a program that creates a graphical layout for an Entity/Relationship (E/R) diagram by first assigning the entities to levels and second, determining the order of the entities inside a level. The levels appear in the diagram from the top to the bottom, starting with the first level at the top of the...
    IPCOM000117986D | Original Publication Date: 1996-Aug-01
  3. 133.
    Currently, the Peripheral Component Interconnect (PCI) architecture includes a definition of 64-bit addressing capability independent of the bus width of the master/target (32-bit or 64-bit), but cannot presently provide addressing above 64-bits. This invention discloses means to provide for a dual 64-bit address...
    IPCOM000117985D | Original Publication Date: 1996-Aug-01
  4. 134.
    Disclosed is a scheme of high frequency transmission lines, which minimizes the differences in access time from one driver to several devices.
    IPCOM000117984D | Original Publication Date: 1996-Aug-01
  5. 135.
    Disclosed are double bump cross-slotted tape cleaner blocks, each of which consists of multiple slots with multiple cleaning edges. The debris accumulated at the cleaning edge is being carried away by a vacuum.
    IPCOM000117983D | Original Publication Date: 1996-Aug-01
  6. 136.
    Conventional methods of changing the size of bitmaps require bit shifting and logical operations for every single pixel of the input and/or output image. This can make the operation very slow, especially on very large images such as maps, technical drawings, etc.. This problem is difficult to overcome because...
    IPCOM000117982D | Original Publication Date: 1996-Aug-01
  7. 137.
    For a multiple print station thermal transfer printer, the key hurdles that must be overcome are: to be able to determine the precise location of the paper at all times in order to be able to accurately place dots on paper; to prevent slippage of the paper as it traverses from one print station to the other; to easily...
    IPCOM000117981D | Original Publication Date: 1996-Aug-01
  8. 138.
    This paper describes a method of rendering opaque stippled objects which utilizes the block write feature of Video RAMs (VRAMS). Exploitation of the block write feature increases the performance of rendering opaque stippled objects. Block Write mode allows n successive pixels to be written in the time normally taken...
    IPCOM000117980D | Original Publication Date: 1996-Aug-01
  9. 139.
    Disclosed is a method to dynamically modify a Cache replacement algorithm based on Cache Cast-out address history. In this method, a mode is provided that can alter the way the choice is made for line allocation. Two methods are shown.
    IPCOM000117979D | Original Publication Date: 1996-Aug-01
  10. 140.
    Backing up files can be very expensive, both in media and in time. Many Personal Computer (PC) applications now come on Compact Disk-Read Only Memory (CD-ROM) media. These applications, which take 112 MegaBytes (MB) of hard disk space and more, can unnecessarily take up an equal amount of MB of backup media space. ...
    IPCOM000117978D | Original Publication Date: 1996-Aug-01