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Owen Davis, Vidyut Jain: Method and apparatus for tracking client interaction with a network resource and creating client profiles and resource database. Dot Com Development, Adams & Wilks, August 18, 1998: US05796952 (1267 worldwide citation)

A method for monitoring client interaction with a resource downloaded from a server in a computer network includes the steps of using a client to specify an address of a resource located on a first server, downloading a file corresponding to the resource from the first server in response to specific ...


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Tamaki Ohashi: Car-mounted image record system. Tuner Corporation, Adams & Wilks, June 17, 2003: US06580373 (201 worldwide citation)

A vehicle-mounted image record system for ensuring safe driving of a vehicle by recording images of a portion of the vehicle and a surface of a road in the vicinity of the vehicle so as to monitor the driving habits of a driver. The system includes one or more cameras mounted at suitable positions o ...


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Satohiko Takanashi, Tetsuya Yamamoto, Tsuyoshi Watanabe, Muneharu Ishikawa: Apparatus for measuring oxygen saturation. Kowa Company, Adams & Wilks, November 19, 1996: US05575285 (198 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for non-invasively measuring the oxygen saturation in the blood of a subject comprises light sources for irradiating a sample of blood in tissue with at least a first light beam and a second light beam having different wavelengths. A switching device drives the light sources and sequent ...


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Kenichi Matsushima: Coordinate detecting apparatus having acceleration detectors. Seiko Instruments, Adams & Wilks, December 24, 1996: US05587558 (161 worldwide citation)

A coordinate input device includes a coordinate detector which may include an acceleration detector for accurate determination of the spatial coordinates of a coordinate indicator. A three-dimensional acceleration in a first coordinate system is detected by a first acceleration detecting unit and is ...


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Yasuji Ogawa: Optical digitizer and display means for providing display of indicated position. Kabushikikaisha Wacom, Adams & Wilks, August 8, 2000: US06100538 (160 worldwide citation)

An optical digitizer is constructed for determining a position of a pointing object projecting a light and being disposed on a coordinate plane. In the optical digitizer, a detector is disposed on a periphery of the coordinate plane and has a view field covering the coordinate plane for receiving th ...


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Junji Taira, Masahiro Nakajima, Yuko Hata: Optical connector adapter. Seiko Instruments, Adams & Wilks, August 13, 2002: US06431762 (159 worldwide citation)

An optical connector adapter has an optical connection sleeve having a first end portion and a second end portion opposite the first end portion. A sleeve holder has a first cylindrical member having a first through-hole receiving the first end portion of the optical connection sleeve. The sleeve ho ...


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Arthur H Kaufman: Exercise device with audible electronic monitor. Talking Counter, Adams & Wilks, January 12, 1999: US05857939 (157 worldwide citation)

An electronic exercise monitor for monitoring the repetitive performance of an exercise comprises a switch having a contact member connected to a displaceable member of the exercise equipment, the switch being responsive to the reciprocal motion of a displaceable member of an exercise device to outp ...


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Masao Kasuga, Takayuki Kosaka, Akihiro Iino, Takashi Yamanaka: Portable dosing apparatus. Seiko Instruments, Adams & Wilks, December 9, 2003: US06659978 (149 worldwide citation)

A low cost portable dosing apparatus enables the dispensing rate to be changed while enabling solution to be continuously dispensed to the body. The solution to be dispensed into the body is stored in a tank unit. A pump unit pumps the solution from the tank unit into the body of the patient. A cont ...


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Arthur H Kaufman: Electronic exercise monitor. EPM Develoment Systems Corporation, Adams & Wilks, June 26, 2001: US06251048 (142 worldwide citation)

An electronic activity monitor for monitoring the performance of an activity such as an exercise comprises an activity detector responsive to motion associated with the performance of the activity to output a corresponding signal, a processor for receiving the signal and determining a starting addre ...


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Muneharu Ishikawa, Koji Katayama: Pulse spectrometer. Kowa Company, Adams & Wilks, June 4, 1996: US05522388 (136 worldwide citation)

A pulse spectrometer for noninvasively determining the concentration of blood constituents in in vivo tissue comprises a pressure application device for applying pressure to a measurement region of the in vivo tissue and a light source for irradiating the measurement region of the in vivo tissue wit ...