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Arthur Shapiro: Remote teaching system. The Trustees of the Stevens Institute of Technology, Pennie & Edmonds, November 15, 1988: US04785472 (170 worldwide citation)

A remote teaching system 2 includes a teacher station 4 and a plurality of student stations 6 which may be located at sites remote from one another. Each station 4, 6 includes a speaker telephone 122, 122' or other voice telephone set which is connectable to a telephone system 124 for voice communic ...


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Donald H Sebastian: Concurrent engineering design tool and method. The Trustees of the Stevens Institute of Technology, Kenyon & Kenyon, September 3, 1996: US05552995 (134 worldwide citation)

A computer-based engineering design system to design a part, a tool to make the part, and the process to make the part. The design system has a processor and a memory. The memory stores feature templates, each feature template being a representation of a primitive object having a form and a function ...


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Dhadesugoor R Vaman, Tai Noh, Jay D Bose: Transparant non-disruptable ATM network. Stevens Institute of Technology, Friscia & Nussbaum, January 4, 2000: US06011780 (112 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for the transparent, non-disruptable transfer of data, particularly multimedia data, through any packet-based network, such as an ATM network is provided. The method of the present invention includes the step of setting a primary path and a secondary path between nodes of a ne ...


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Arnold B Urken: System and method for overcoming decision making and communications errors to produce expedited and accurate group choices. The Trustees of Stevens Institute of Technology, McCarter & English, February 6, 2007: US07172118 (104 worldwide citation)

A system and method is provided overcoming decision-making and communications errors to produce expedited and accurate group choices. The invention provides collective outcomes that are resilient to communication and decision making errors, and which are provided with a minimum wait time. The system ...


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Patrick E White, Nicolas Girard: Multi-access terminal with capability for simultaneous connectivity to multiple communication channels. The Trustees of Stevens Institute of Technology, Greenburg Traurig, May 26, 2009: US07539175 (65 worldwide citation)

An apparatus is disclosed for permitting a mobile terminal having multiple, heterogeneous network connections (e.g., multiple wired or wireless transceivers of various types) to set up and maintain virtual connections over multiple networks to either the same or to multiple destinations. The mobile ...


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Donald Sebastian, Steven Pratt, Sivakumar Muthuswamy, David Johann Kniep, Souran Manoochehri, Scott Kolodzieski: Concurrent engineering design tool and method. The Trustees of the Stevens Institute of Technology, Kenyon & Kenyon, October 13, 1998: US05822206 (65 worldwide citation)

A computer-based engineering design system to design a part, a tool to make the part, and the process to make the part. The design system has a processor and a memory. The memory stores feature templates, each feature template being a representation of a primitive object having a form and a function ...


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Kamalesh K Sirkar: Selective-permeation gas-separation process and apparatus. The Trustees of the Stevens Institute of Technology, Pennie & Edmonds, June 14, 1988: US04750918 (61 worldwide citation)

A permeant gas is selectively transferred from a feed-gas mixture which comprises the permeant gas and at least one other component to an output fluid by the process of the invention. The process involves introducing a selective-permeation liquid into a permeation-transfer chamber. A gas-depletion c ...


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Jeremy Phelps Leon, Lynn Frederick Amis, Jan Nazalewicz, Thomas Glenn McKee Jr: Programmable lock and security system therefor. E J Brooks Company, Stevens Institute of Technology, John G Gilfillan III, William Squire, August 1, 2000: US06097306 (60 worldwide citation)

Locks for the transportation industry are programmable with a keypad and with handheld activators, the activators being programmable by a central system and activators via IR transmitters and receivers. Operator PIN numbers and access codes manifesting the supervisory level of authority are encoded ...


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Dhadesugoor R Vaman, Cadathur V Chakravarthy, Kicheon Hong: High integrity transport for time critical multimedia networking applications. Stevens Institute of Technology, Friscia & Nussbaum, November 30, 1999: US05993056 (53 worldwide citation)

A method is provided for recovery of lost cells in an ATM network wherein an error recovery scheme is incorporated into the ATM adaptation layer to allow recovery of cells along the network.


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Dhadesugoor R Vaman, Cadathur V Chakravarthy, Kicheon Hong: High integrity transport for time critical multimedia networking applications. The Trustees of the Stevens Institute of Technology, Wolff & Samson, June 20, 2000: US06079042 (50 worldwide citation)

A method is provided for recovery of lost cells in a telecommunications infrastructure such as an ATM network wherein an error recovery scheme is incorporated into the network infrastructure to allow recovery of cells along the network.