Month of March 2005 - Page Number 5

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  1. 41.
    Disclosed is a method of improving the reliability of delivering video data streams (from a file server to other machines or devices in a communications network) through the use of duplicate copies of video assets. The method provides a degree of fault tolerance from various types of device failures by diverting...
    IPCOM000118077D | Original Publication Date: 1996-Sep-01
  2. 42.
    The AS/400* Advanced 36 provides an object code compatible follow-on product for System/36* customers by emulating the System/36 architecture using 64-bit Reduced Instruction Set Computer/Cycles (RISC) technology.
    IPCOM000118076D | Original Publication Date: 1996-Sep-01
  3. 43.
    Disclosed is a clock and signal repowering technique.
    IPCOM000118075D | Original Publication Date: 1996-Sep-01
  4. 44.
    Disclosed is the standardization of the output of data which was collected by the Application Performance Monitoring Wrapper for C++. The format of the data is explained here such that any application manager tool, or even an individual, will be able to read and understand the output. Access to the data would be...
    IPCOM000118074D | Original Publication Date: 1996-Sep-01
  5. 45.
    Disclosed is a method of determining the buffer requirements for culturally correct sorting in DFSORT where memory management and performance sensitivity are respected.
    IPCOM000118073D | Original Publication Date: 1996-Sep-01
  6. 46.
    Disclosed is a method for improving the performance of systems with L2 caches through the use of an Early Transfer Acknowledge (ETA) signal. The memory controller asserts the ETA signal one clock cycle before it asserts the Transfer Acknowledge (TA) signal.
    IPCOM000118072D | Original Publication Date: 1996-Sep-01
  7. 47.
    In today's environment, Data Performance programs do not provide a method of collecting valuable system performance information, which can then be used to determine future data trends, and possible performance changes in user specified scenarios. This disclosure provides the information necessary to build a complete...
    IPCOM000118071D | Original Publication Date: 1996-Sep-01
  8. 48.
    Generating normal vectors from polyhedral data now becomes more and more important in 3D graphic applications. This is because recent advances in 3D digitizers and 3D imaging devices yields huge volumes of polyhedral data without normal vectors while the visual quality of them in shading display is strongly dependent...
    IPCOM000118070D | Original Publication Date: 1996-Sep-01
  9. 49.
    Interfaces between cache systems and microprocessors need to continue to increase in frequency as microprocessor performances increase. However, there has been little change in the actual system environment to allow the cache system interface to continue to increase its performance. Somewhere around 200 - 250 Mhz is...
    IPCOM000118069D | Original Publication Date: 1996-Sep-01
  10. 50.
    Disclosed is a servo pattern that contains two quad burst position error fields instead of the conventional four. It delivers the same +/- 1 track measurement range that is used today, thus saving 50 percent of the disk space needed for the servo pattern but achieves the same result.
    IPCOM000118068D | Original Publication Date: 1996-Sep-01