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Month of March 2005 - Page Number 25

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  1. 241.
    Disclosed is a method to dynamically change the displaying sequence of Logical Terminals (LTs) in 3270 terminal emulation software which has Multiple Logical Terminals (MLTs) capability. The displaying sequence is changed when the host computer system updates the screen of an LT which has been inactive, or in other...
    IPCOM000117877D | Original Publication Date: 1996-Jul-01
  2. 242.
    Disclosed is an algorithm for buffer space management for a tape controller, where multiple devices must share the resource.
    IPCOM000117876D | Original Publication Date: 1996-Jul-01
  3. 243.
    Disclosed is a pen configured for use as an electronic stylus with a tablet in a pen-based computer input system. The pen includes a barrel, forming an outer surface, and a stylus tip, which can be extended from the barrel to facilitate use of the pen to draw, or retracted within the barrel to facilitate use of the...
    IPCOM000117875D | Original Publication Date: 1996-Jul-01
  4. 244.
    There exists today many types of displays that may attach to Point-of-Sale terminals. The displays are connected via cables into a port connector somewhere on the terminal. The ports are designated in some way to help the user pick the correct one for attachment. As most terminals must be National Language Support...
    IPCOM000117874D | Original Publication Date: 1996-Jul-01
  5. 245.
    The goal of the OpenEdition Multiple Virtual Storage (MVS) product is to provide industry-wide standard programming interfaces. The intent is to be able to port applications from other operating systems to MVS. Typical UNIX* systems support a wide range of daemon processes which perform system functions based on user...
    IPCOM000117873D | Original Publication Date: 1996-Jul-01
  6. 246.
    A program is disclosed that controls the Input/Output of Point of Sale (POS) terminal according to the instruction streams described in a data file. The data file described in POS Script Language defines the response for the event triggered by POS application and manages the whole output formats and sequences (for...
    IPCOM000117872D | Original Publication Date: 1996-Jul-01
  7. 247.
    Disclosed is a method to connect video streams to slow personal computers. A buffer memory is placed between the Analog-to-Digital (A/D) conversion circuit and the bus interface to allow continuous video capture while data is retrieved over a slow bus interface.
    IPCOM000117871D | Original Publication Date: 1996-Jul-01
  8. 248.
    Disclosed is a mechanism for reducing the size of virtual images and shortening the response times of dynamic object-oriented languages.
    IPCOM000117870D | Original Publication Date: 1996-Jul-01
  9. 249.
    Disclosed is a mechanism that permits multiple source - sink pairs to share a common memory buffer. Each pair uses a specific memory address to store or fetch data. The mechanism manages the memory pointers and checks for over/under runs. Thus, each source and sink does not need additional mechanisms to implement...
    IPCOM000117869D | Original Publication Date: 1996-Jun-01
  10. 250.
    Mechanical coplanarity is a requirement for the bottom surface of modules. The use of a flexible laminate makes it difficult to maintain coplanarity of the bottom side of the module, as the laminate may curl. Poor coplanarity will cause defects during assembly of a module to a mother board.
    IPCOM000117868D | Original Publication Date: 1996-Jun-01