Abstract: A horse training stick that consists of an elongated body, a cord, a crook handle, a keeper, and an end cap. The elongated body and the cord allow the trainer to contact the horse from a distance by holding the crook handle. The end cap is attached on the opposite end of the elongated body. The cord is connected to the end cap. The keeper allows the cord to be stored when not in use. The keeper is mounted onto the elongated body and the position of the keeper can be changed according to user preference.
Abstract: A concurrent vector signal processor includes a resource manager for utilization of captive signal processing resources. The first instructions in a temporary instruction queue are predecoded and the signal processing resources are selected to execute those first instructions.Arbitration system is provided for external buses connected to a concurrent vector signal processor. A processor arbiter supervises on a priority basis both captive processor resources and independent processor resources. A bus arbiter supervises on a priority basis external and internal buses.
October 20, 1991
Date of Patent:
November 16, 1993
Alexander Genusov, Ram B. Friedlander, Peter Feldman, Ricardo Jaliff