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Kikuo Fujimura, Xia Liu: Sign based human-machine interaction. Honda Motor, The Ohio State University Research Foundation, Fenwick & West, Mark E Duell, December 11, 2007: US07308112 (436 worldwide citation)

Communication is an important issue in man-to-robot interaction. Signs can be used to interact with machines by providing user instructions or commands. Embodiment of the present invention include human detection, human body parts detection, hand shape analysis, trajectory analysis, orientation dete ...


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Kikuo Fujimura, Youding Zhu: Target orientation estimation using depth sensing. Honda Motor, The Ohio State University Research Foundation, Fenwick & West, Mark E Duell, November 17, 2009: US07620202 (321 worldwide citation)

A system for estimating orientation of a target based on real-time video data uses depth data included in the video to determine the estimated orientation. The system includes a time-of-flight camera capable of depth sensing within a depth window. The camera outputs hybrid image data (color and dept ...


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Eric K Walton: Dual band antenna for vehicles. The Ohio State University, Frank H Kremblas Foster Millard & Pollick Foster, August 1, 2000: US06097345 (193 worldwide citation)

A dual band slot antenna for cellular telephone and GPS frequency bands. The antenna is a slot antenna formed in a conductive layer laminated to a layer of a windshield or other transparency. The slot is formed along two adjoining arcs of a circle extending oppositely from a feedpoint, with a portio ...


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Raj Jain, Shiv Kalyanaraman, Ram Viswanathan: Method and apparatus for congestion management in computer networks using explicit rate indication. The Ohio State University, Fay Sharpe Beall Fagan Minnich & McKee, May 27, 1997: US05633859 (176 worldwide citation)

An explicit rate indication method for congestion management in computer and telecommunication networks. Sources monitor their load and provide the information periodically to switches. The switches, in turn, compute the load level and ask the sources to adjust their rates up or down. The scheme ach ...


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Kevin R Ward, Charles G Brown, Roger R Dzwonczyk: Non-invasive aortic impingement and core and cerebral temperature manipulation method. The Ohio State University, Price Heneveld Cooper DeWitt & Litton, July 2, 1996: US05531776 (171 worldwide citation)

A method of non-invasively occluding the descending thoracic aorta to a desired extent in order to enhance cerebral and myocardial perfusion or the like, and/or of manipulating core and cerebral temperature of a patient, wherein a device is extended into the patient's esophagus and manipulated to se ...


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Kevin R Ward, Charles G Brown, Roger R Dzwonczyk: Non-invasive aortic impingement and core and cerebral temperature manipulation. The Ohio State University, Van Dyke Gardner Linn & Burkhart, February 10, 1998: US05716386 (159 worldwide citation)

A non-invasive method and apparatus for at least partially occluding the descending aorta of a patient and for manipulating core and cerebral temperature includes positioning an elongated tubular member which may have a moveable surface through the esophagus and displacing the moveable surface there ...


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Alan G Marshall, Tom L Ricca, Tao Chin L Wang: Tailored excitation for trapped ion mass spectrometry. The Ohio State University Research Foundation, Isaksen Lathrop Esch Hart & Clark, August 2, 1988: US04761545 (128 worldwide citation)

An ion cyclotron resonance cell has applied thereto an excitation which has a time domain waveform which is the inverse Fourier transform of a frequency domain excitation spectrum which has been chosen by the user to yield selective excitation and/or suppression of ranges of ion mass-to-charge ratio ...


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Kambiz Vafai, Lu Zhu: Two-layered micro channel heat sink, devices and systems incorporating same. The Ohio State University, Standley & Gilcrest, October 1, 2002: US06457515 (124 worldwide citation)

The present invention includes heat sinks, heat sink devices, and heat sink systems. The invention also includes machines or electronic devices using these aspects of the invention. The present invention also includes in broadest terms, an electronic device in thermal contact with a two-layered micr ...


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Christopher F Heck, Eric R Schertel, William H Strater: Method and apparatus for ligating a blood vessel, tissue or other bodily duct. The Ohio State University, Calfee Halter & Griswold, August 11, 1998: US05792151 (102 worldwide citation)

A reusable ligation apparatus includes a suture tying or knot tying instrument and a suture cartridge containing a preformed ligature. The cartridge is releasably attached to the instrument so that after a first ligature is made, the apparatus enables one-handed ligation, and can be quickly reloaded ...


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Eric K Walton, Harry S Koontz, Raymond D Moran: Transparent window antenna. The Ohio State University, Frank H Foster, October 11, 1994: US05355144 (99 worldwide citation)

A slot antenna formed in combination with a vehicle window. An electrically conducting, optically transparent film panel is bonded to the window and terminates so that its outer peripheral edge is spaced from the innermost edge of the metal framing the window to define a polygonal antenna slot betwe ...