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Jerome J Schentag, David T D Andrea: Telemetry capsule and process. The State University of New York, Gastrotarget, Bean Kauffman & Spencer, January 18, 1994: US05279607 (445 worldwide citation)

An ingestible capsule and process for delivery, particularly repeatable delivery, of a medicament to the alimentary canal is disclosed wherein an essentially non-digestible capsule contains an electric energy emitting means, a radio signal transmitting means, a medicament storage means and a remote ...


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David T D Andrea, Jerome J Schentag: Sampling capsule and process. The State University of New York, Gastrotarget, Crossetta & Associates, March 7, 1995: US05395366 (262 worldwide citation)

An ingestible capsule and process for sampling, particularly repeatable sampling, of fluids in the alimentary canal is disclosed wherein an essentially non-digestible capsule contains an electric energy emitting means, a radio signal transmitting means, a sampling storage means and a remote actuatab ...


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Steven S Skiena, Harald Rau: Sentence reconstruction using word ambiguity resolution. The Research Foundation of the State University of New York, Kenneth P Robinson, October 27, 1998: US05828991 (134 worldwide citation)

Single stroke text entry via a telephone keypad is subject to ambiguities resulting from the overloading of three letters on one key. After text is entered the three letter per position code block represented by the key strokes for a word position is hashed to all matches in a stored dictionary type ...


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David M Clark: Pattern recognition method and apparatus. The Research Foundation of the State University of New York, Morgan & Finnegan, February 14, 1989: US04805225 (90 worldwide citation)

A general purpose pattern recognition method and apparatus comprises a hierarchical network of basic recognizers, each basic recognizer being capable of discriminating a particular feature at a lower level and providing outputs for higher levels of abstraction. In a learning mode, a series of sample ...


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Paul J Brynes, Patricia Andrade Gordon: Immobilized fluorogenic substrates for enzymes; and processes for their preparation. The Research Foundation of the State University of New York, Morgan & Finnegan, January 30, 1990: US04897444 (80 worldwide citation)

An immobilized fluorogenic substrate useful in processes for identifying and quantifying, intra- and extra-cellularly, and mammalian body fluids, as well as animal cell abstracts is disclosed. The immobilized fluorogenic substrate has the structure


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Sharony Jacob, Sharma Satya, Eynav Shmuel, Stanacevic Milutin, Athalye Akshay: Rfid monitoring of drug regimen compliance. The Research Foundation Of The State University Of New York, Sharony Jacob, Sharma Satya, Eynav Shmuel, Stanacevic Milutin, Athalye Akshay, Gallagher Iii John F, December 3, 2009: WO/2009/146082 (67 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is an apparatus and system for monitoring drug regimen compliance, the system utilizing a Radio Frequency Identification (RfID) tag affixed to a pharmaceutical agent and a wearable RFID reader that identifies a patient. The RFID tag identifies the pharmaceutical agent and the RFID reader w ...


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Wayne A Anderson, Lin Huang Chang: Thin film capacitor. The Research Foundation of the State University of New York, Hodgson Russ Andrews Woods & Goodyear, November 2, 1999: US05978207 (57 worldwide citation)

Ferroelectric PbZr.sub.x T.sub.1-x O.sub.3 (PZT) thin films are deposited on Pt coated Si substrates by using RF magnetron sputtering. A method for obtaining desirable stoichiometric PZT, the desired ferroelectric perovskite phase, and better dielectric properties using a PZT target with Pb/(Zr+Ti) ...


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Ronald Miles: High-order directional microphone diaphragm. The Research Foundation of the State University of New York, Mark Levy & Associates PLLC, David L Banner, November 8, 2005: US06963653 (54 worldwide citation)

The invention features a miniature, second-order, microcrystalline silicon microphone diaphragm formed using silicon microfabrication techniques. The diaphragm is composed of two or more rigid diaphragm elements hinged to one another providing second- or higher-order response depending on the number ...


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Francine Evans, Steven Skiena, Amitabh Varshney: System and method for entering text in a virtual environment. The Research Foundation of the State University of New York, Dilworth & Barrese, June 18, 2002: US06407679 (53 worldwide citation)

A system and method for entering text in a virtual environment by sensory gloves. The user enters a key that represents one or more letters by simulating a press of a keyboard in the gloves. The user calibrates the gloves by entering text, during which time the system establishes threshold values th ...


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Donald D Hickey: Method and apparatus for the measurement of atrial pressure. The State University of New York, Hodgson Russ Andrews Woods & Goodyear, January 26, 1993: US05181517 (49 worldwide citation)

Non-invasive apparatus and method for obtaining a quantitative determination of mean left atrial pressure or otherwise obtaining a quantitative determination of a left atrial pressure value. A balloon is inserted by means of a catheter into the esophagus and positioned adjacent the left atrium. The ...



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