IBM (United States)
Computer hardware, Operating system, Database, Computer data storage and Computer graphics are his primary areas of study. His Computer hardware research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Controller, Disk controller, Track, Disk enclosure and Queue. He has researched Database in several fields, including Volume and Hit ratio.
His study in Computer data storage is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Write once read many, Tamper resistance, Mount, Data integrity and Cartridge. He combines subjects such as Ball and Hinge with his study of Computer graphics. His work deals with themes such as Identifier, File format, File system and Host, which intersect with Data deduplication.
Daniel James Winarski mainly focuses on Computer hardware, Computer data storage, Database, Electrical engineering and Optics. His Computer hardware study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Controller and Cartridge. The Information repository research he does as part of his general Computer data storage study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Set, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science.
His study connects Operating system and Database. His research in Operating system is mostly focused on Data deduplication. The Reading study which covers Optical disc that intersects with 3D optical data storage.
His primary scientific interests are in Database, Computer hardware, Computer program, Real-time computing and Computer network. Daniel James Winarski interconnects Converged storage and Information repository in the investigation of issues within Database. In the subject of general Computer hardware, his work in Computer data storage is often linked to Automated data, thereby combining diverse domains of study.
The Computer data storage study combines topics in areas such as Identifier, Data access and Hash function. As part of one scientific family, Daniel James Winarski deals mainly with the area of Data access, narrowing it down to issues related to the Data structure, and often Host. His research integrates issues of Sorting, Block and Arithmetic in his study of Table.
Daniel James Winarski focuses on Database, Computer hardware, Computer data storage, Host and Real-time computing. His Database study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Hash function. His research in Hash function intersects with topics in Identifier, Data access, Data chunk and Data structure.
His Computer hardware research includes elements of Uncompressed video and Controller. Many of his studies involve connections with topics such as Data mining and Computer data storage. His studies in Host integrate themes in fields like EMC Invista, Converged storage, Metadata and State.
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A method and system for facilitating the selection of icons
Grossman Bertrand M;Mclean James G;Pickover Clifford A;Schwartz Michael S.
Persistent worldwide names assigned to removable media storage
Robert Emberty;Nils Haustein;Craig Klein;Daniel Winarski.
Selection facilitation on a graphical interface
Michael David Hocker;Clifford Alan Pickover;Daniel James Winarski.
Convolution-encoded raid with trellis-decode-rebuild
Winarski Daniel J;Klein Craig A;Nils Haustein.
Graphical user interface providing access to files downloaded over a network
Anna Elizabeth Bukszar;Clifford Alan Pickover;Daniel James Winarski.
Icon aggregation on a graphical user interface
Maikeru Deebuido Hotsukaa;Niiru Maatein Keraa;Jieemuzu Goodon Makuriin;Kurifuoodo Aran Pitsukuoobaa.
Blocking Write Acces to Memory Modules of a Solid State Drive
Louie Arthur Dickens;Timothy A. Johnson;Craig Anthony Klein;Gregg Steven Lucas.
Method of and system for deduplicating backed up data in a client-server environment
Nils Haustein;Craig A. Klein;Ulf Troppens;Daniel J. Winarski.
Automated data storage library media handling with a plurality of pickers having multiple grippers
Kamal Emile Dimitri;John Edward Kulakowski;Rodney Jerome Means;Daniel James Winarski.
Method and apparatus for a randomizer for DVD video
E Clacowski John;E Dimitry Kamaru;Rodney J Means;Daniel J Winarski.
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