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Denise A Yourick: Video merchandising system with variable and adoptive product sequence presentation order. Westinghouse Electric, D C Abeles, October 4, 1988: US04775935 (538 worldwide citation)

A multimode video merchandiser system utilizes two levels of inductive learning to derive rules for selecting the sequence in which images of products stored on a videodisc are presented on a video monitor to a user. The first level of inductive learning generates rules from market survey based, con ...


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Timothy F Thompson, Robert M Wojcik: Methods and apparatus for system fault diagnosis and control. Westinghouse Electric, D R Lackey, March 10, 1987: US04649515 (256 worldwide citation)

Method and apparatus for monitoring and diagnosing sensor and interactive based process systems. The knowledge base concerning the process system per se is in the form of a list stored in memory, which list includes domain specific rules in evidence-hypothesis form. This domain dependent information ...


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William W Ramage: Method and apparatus for generating variably scaled displays. Westinghouse Electric, D C Abeles, December 6, 1988: US04790028 (243 worldwide citation)

Portions of an image generated on an electronic display device are magnified for closer examination while other areas are compressed so that no material is lost from the total viewing area. To achieve this, the image is divided into segments with some assigned scaling functions having values greater ...


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Guldberg Jens, Nathanson Harvey C: Electrostatically deflectable light valve with improved diffraction properties. Westinghouse Electric, Sutcliff W G, May 27, 1975: US3886310 (237 worldwide citation)

An electrostatically deflectable light valve adapted for use in an array for producing television pictures as a projected image upon a large display screen. The light valve structure is such that a plurality of reflective wing portions are free to be deflected along directional axes which are at an ...


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Leonard C Vercellotti, Alan F Mandel, Richard J Ravas, John C Schlotterer, James A Neuner: Dual mode electronic identification system. Westinghouse Electric, G R Jarosik, May 31, 1994: US05317309 (235 worldwide citation)

A dual mode electronic identification system using a tag which has a RF receiver and transmitter contained therein. In the first mode the tag responds to an interrogation signal by transmitting identification data to the interrogator. In the second mode the tag periodically transmits an identificati ...


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Allan A Dudash, Waymon A Melvin Jr, Leonard C Vercellotti: Distribution network communication system having branch connected repeaters. Westinghouse Electric, R W Smith, February 10, 1981: US04250489 (225 worldwide citation)

Bidirectional addressable repeaters of a power line carrier communication system each include an address recognition and a receive and transmit control logic circuit having programmable zone and address identifying states for connection in plural repeating levels defining branch paths linking a cent ...


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Sam S Palusamy, Douglas A Bauman, Thomas A Kozlosky, Charles B Bond, Elwyn L Cranford III, Theodore J Batt: Plant maintenance with predictive diagnostics. Westinghouse Electric, J C Valentine, May 10, 1994: US05311562 (224 worldwide citation)

An integrated information system is provided for a plant with interactive processes running in functional equipment subsets, such as a nuclear power generation plant. Sensors are operatively coupled to monitor processes and equipment in the plant, collecting sample data for assessing operational con ...


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John R Colston: Hand controller. Westinghouse Electric, Dean Schron, August 5, 1980: US04216467 (205 worldwide citation)

A hand controller having a control handle member supported by a hexagonal array of three pairs of oppositely-angled force sensors provides for creation of control signals according to degree of input manual effort in any and all linear and rotary directions: left; right; up; down; fore; aft; forward ...


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Omar J Jacomini: Radar system for detecting slowly moving targets. Westinghouse Electric Corporation, H W Patterson, September 13, 1977: US04048637 (204 worldwide citation)

A bistatic radar system for detecting the presence of a slowly moving target by the use of an arrangement which provides a reduction in the frequency spread of the reflected clutter energy. A radar transmitter and a radar receiver are located aboard separate aircraft which fly with a predetermined s ...


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Joseph B Bronder, William H Gossard: Frequency division multiplex guardband communication system for sending information over the guardbands. Westinghouse Electric, W G Sutcliff, April 2, 1991: US05005169 (189 worldwide citation)

A frequency division multiplex guardband communication system is provided which increases the communication capability of conventional FDM systems with negligible effect on overall system performance. The additional capacity is achieved through the use of guardbands which lie between the information ...



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