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Douglas L Peckover, Thomas L Allen, Benjamin L Wright: Method and apparatus for handling pseudo identities. Paradox Technical Solutions, July 28, 2009: US07567936 (109 worldwide citation)

An electronic device is configured for use by a user who is a natural person, and has a network port through which the user can access an electronic network. The device can receive through the network port an information request intended for presentation to the user, the information request includin ...


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Steve Copeland, Robert L Weckman, Hyo Chul Lee: Shock absorbing structure. Paradox Design Services, Sand & Sebolt, March 9, 2010: US07673351 (34 worldwide citation)

There is provided a shock absorbing structure comprising a generally planar surface made of a flexible plastic material. A plurality of upstanding, hollow support members extends from the planar surface. The support members are made of flexible plastic material. There is also a plurality of openings ...


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Douglas L Peckover: Intelligent agents for electronic commerce. Paradox Technical Solutions, January 15, 2008: US07319976 (32 worldwide citation)

A system for electronic commerce (10) having personal agents (12 and 13) that represent consumers and providers in a virtual marketplace (28). Consumer personal agents conceal the identity of the consumer and are capable of creating decision agents (14) that shop for products and assist consumers in ...


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Douglas L Peckover: Intelligent agents for electronic commerce. Paradox Technical Solutions, January 4, 2011: US07865404 (13 worldwide citation)

A system for electronic commerce (10) having personal agents (12 and 13) that represent consumers and providers in a virtual marketplace (28). Consumer personal agents conceal the identity of the consumer and are capable of creating decision agents (14) that shop for products and assist consumers in ...


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Benjamin L Wright, Douglas L Peckover: Protection of privacy data. Paradox Technical Solutions, October 11, 2011: US08037512 (12 worldwide citation)

A method is provided for separating people from direct access to personally identifiable information. The method involves use of a rules-based section which selectively blocks access to personally identifiable information where the access fails to comply with specified rules, and which selectively p ...


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Douglas L Peckover: Intelligent agents for electronic commerce. Paradox Technical Solutions, October 15, 2013: US08560396 (8 worldwide citation)

A system for electronic commerce (10) having personal agents (12 and 13) that represent consumers and providers in a virtual marketplace (28). Consumer personal agents conceal the identity of the consumer and are capable of creating decision agents (14) that shop for products and assist consumers in ...


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Eva Faye Osborne: Weaving connectors for three dimensional textile products. Paradox, November 23, 2010: US07836917 (8 worldwide citation)

Creating textile product by utilizing a three dimensional Cartesian coordinate system as the infrastructure for weaving simultaneous independent fabric layers in conjunction with weaving connectors between and among the layers.


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Eva Osborne: Process for imparting high stretch, recovery and modulus into a woven fabric. Paradox, November 23, 2010: US07836918 (7 worldwide citation)

A process for imparting a variety of ranges in modulus, stretch and recovery characteristics into an elastomeric fill yarn and a rigid warp yarn stretch woven fabric. The high stretch/recovery properties, in the fill direction, is achieved by using a plurality of successive fabric forming operations ...


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Shmuel Hershkovitz, St├ęphane Lauzon, Christian Ouellet: Security system user interface. Paradox Security Systems, Ogilvy Renault, May 16, 2006: US07046142 (6 worldwide citation)

A security system user interface comprising a graphical display, a communication link, a memory, and a display controller. The communication link receives detector unit status data from detector units located at selected location on the premises protected by the security system. The memory stores fl ...


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Horst K Kossel: Internal combustion engine. Paradox International Incorporated, Wolf Greenfield & Sacks, May 15, 1984: US04448154 (6 worldwide citation)

The engine is of the continuous combustion type having two multiple piston banks separated by a centrally disposed undulating spider drive member operated from the piston action and adapted to drive the output power shaft of the engine. The engine comprises a water-jacketed block defining preferably ...