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Justin Eliot Busch, Albert Deirchow Lin, Patrick John Graydon, Maureen Caudill: Ontology-based parser for natural language processing. Science Applications International Corporation, Banner & Witcoff, April 11, 2006: US07027974 (320 worldwide citation)

An ontology-based parser incorporates both a system and method for converting natural-language text into predicate-argument format that can be easily used by a variety of applications, including search engines, summarization applications, categorization applications, and word processors. The ontolog ...


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Edmund Colby Munger, Douglas Charles Schmidt, Robert Dunham Short III, Victor Larson, Michael Williamson: Agile network protocol for secure communications with assured system availability. Science Applications International Corporation, Banner & Witcoff, December 31, 2002: US06502135 (268 worldwide citation)

A plurality of computer nodes communicate using seemingly random Internet Protocol source and destination addresses. Data packets matching criteria defined by a moving window of valid addresses are accepted for further processing, while those that do not meet the criteria are quickly rejected. Impro ...


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John F Currie, Makarand Paranjape, Carl C Peck, Robert White, Thomas W Schneider: Systems and methods for monitoring health and delivering drugs transdermally. Science Applications International Corporation, Georgetown University, Kilpatrick Stockton, May 3, 2005: US06887202 (235 worldwide citation)

The present invention pertains to a system and method for transdermal sampling, comprising: at least one sampler for retrieving and transferring at least one analyte obtained transdermally from the skin of a subject; at least one detector system for identifying and quantifying said at least one anal ...


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Richard R Chipman, Alan Mankofsky, Harshavardhan M Karandikar, Gary Warren: System, method, and medium for retrieving, organizing, and utilizing networked data. Science Applications International Corporation, Banner & Witcoff, March 14, 2000: US06038668 (200 worldwide citation)

A networked catalog search, retrieval, and information correlation and matching system is disclosed. The system allows suppliers to publish information in electronic catalogs, structure the information in an object oriented representation distributed across a network of computers, for example, the I ...


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Robert O Ginaven, Daniel Facciotti: Needle array and method of introducing biological substances into living cells using the needle array. Science Applications International Corporation, Fitch Even Tabin & Flannery, October 10, 1995: US05457041 (195 worldwide citation)

An array of micro-needles extending from a support substrate and having tip portions shaped and dimensioned to (1) carry a biological substance and (2) pierce the surface of a target tissue and penetrate target cells within the tissue where the biological substance transfers from the tip portions an ...


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Tsahi Gozani, Z Peter Sawa, Patrick M Shea: Apparatus and method for detecting contraband using fast neutron activation. Science Applications International Corporation, Fitch Even Tabin & Flannery, March 24, 1992: US05098640 (182 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and method non-invasively interrogates an object to detect contraband. The apparatus irradiates the object with fast neutrons of energy greater than 6.7 MeV, and measures the ensuing gamma-ray spectra. Irradiation of the object is accomplished by producing a neutron beam and moving the ...


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Greg Mooradian, Mark Weiderhold, Ali E Dabiri, Chris Coyle: Hyperspectral imaging methods and apparatus for non-invasive diagnosis of tissue for cancer. Science Applications International Corporation, Page Lohr Associates, July 21, 1998: US05782770 (177 worldwide citation)

Techniques and devices for diagnosing tissue via hyperspectral imaging are presented. A three dimensional "image" where one dimension contains spectral information is formed from a region of interest. The spectral content of the image can be analyzed on a pixel-by-pixel basis to determine the presen ...


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Edmund Colby Munger, Vincent J Sabio, Robert Dunham Short, Virgil D Gligor, Douglas Charles Schmidt: Agile network protocol for secure communications with assured system availability. Science Applications International Corporation, Banner & Witcoff, November 7, 2006: US07133930 (172 worldwide citation)

A plurality of computer nodes communicates using seemingly random IP source and destination addresses and (optionally) a seemingly random discriminator field. Data packets matching criteria defined by a moving window of valid addresses are accepted for further processing, while those that do not mee ...


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N Convers Wyeth, Albert M Green: Phase change switches and circuits coupling to electromagnetic waves containing phase change switches. Science Applications International Corporation, Kilpatrick Stockton, June 7, 2005: US06903362 (169 worldwide citation)

A switch is used in circuits which interact with electromagnetic radiation. The switch includes a substrate for supporting components of the switch. A first conductive element on the substrate is provided for connecting to a first component of the circuit, and a second conductive element on the subs ...


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Victor V Verbinski, Kenneth H Valentine, Eric Ackermann, Victor J Orphan, Jeff Adams: Density detection using real time discrete photon counting for fast moving targets. Science Applications International Corporation, George T Marcou, Kilpatrick Stockton, January 14, 2003: US06507025 (139 worldwide citation)

A system for detecting and graphically displaying a contents of a fast-moving target object comprises: a radiation source, having a position such that at least a portion of radiation emitted from the radiation source passes through the fast-moving target object, the fast-moving target object having ...