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Hanumanthaiya V Venkatasetty: Electrochemical sensing of carbon monoxide. Honeywell, Charles G Mersereau, June 11, 1985: US04522690 (248 worldwide citation)

Apparatus and method for an electrochemical sensor for carbon monoxide detection in a gelled aprotic organic nonaqueous electrolyte solution.


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Robert G Johnson, Robert E Higashi: Semiconductor device. Honeywell, Charles G Mersereau, J P Sumner, March 24, 1987: US04651564 (170 worldwide citation)

A flow sensor comprising a pair of thin film heat sensors and a thin film heater is disclosed. A base supports the sensors and heater out of contact with the base with the sensors disposed on opposite sides of the heater. Also disclosed is a semiconductor device comprising a thin film member which c ...


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Carl P Graf, Kim M Fairchild, Karl M Fant, George W Rusler, Michael O Schroeder: Computer generated synthesized imagery. Honeywell, Charles G Mersereau, Wayne B Easton, February 24, 1987: US04645459 (151 worldwide citation)

The disclosure relates to a computer controlled imaging system involving a digital image processing and display system which has the ability to compose and construct a display scene from a library of images with sufficient processing speed to permit real-time or near real time analysis of the images ...


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Aloke Guha, Steven A Harp, Tariq Samad: Genetic algorithm synthesis of neural networks. Honeywell, Michael B Atlass, Charles G Mersereau, Wayne B Easton, August 18, 1992: US05140530 (146 worldwide citation)

The disclosure relates to the use of genetic learning techniques to evolve neural network architectures for specific applications in which a general representation of neural network architecture is linked with a genetic learning strategy to create a very flexible environment for the construction of ...


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William F Kaemmerer, James R Allard: Problem state monitoring. Honeywell, Michael B Atlass, Charles G Mersereau, Omund R Dahle, March 9, 1993: US05193143 (145 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a problem-state monitoring system which includes an automated reasoning technique for providing moment-by-moment advice concerning the operation of a process. The reasoning technique involves the representation of states a problem can attain during the problem solving proces ...


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Thomas A Stamm, Zoltan Zansky: Remote control of dimmable electronic gas discharge lamp ballasts. Honeywell, Charles G Mersereau, June 11, 1985: US04523128 (129 worldwide citation)

A remotely controlled dimming solid state ballast system for gas discharge lamps adapted to respond to external control signals is disclosed which includes the ballast itself along with integral controls for interfacing with an external addressing control system, which may be a powerline carrier sys ...


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Jeffrey M Hammer, Thomas J Olson: Method and apparatus for power load shedding. Honeywell, Charles G Mersereau, August 17, 1982: US04345162 (105 worldwide citation)

The present invention contemplates a method and apparatus for load-shedding duty cycling which overrides the normal thermostat control in a space conditioning system, upon receipt of an external signal as from the power company, in a manner such that the consumed power does not rise above the level ...


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John C Mack Jr, Dean M Peterson: Disposable container for a continuous band of test strips. Honeywell, Charles G Mersereau, August 19, 1980: US04218421 (101 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for storing and dispensing a continuous band of medical reagent test strips is disclosed which includes chambers for the storage of used and unused portions of the continuous strip separated by barrier member to prevent cross-contamination there between. A substantially flat interim spa ...


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Jeffrey M Hammer, David C Ullestad, Stephen J Wesoloski: Method and apparatus for power load shedding. Honeywell, Charles G Mersereau, July 27, 1982: US04341345 (100 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for the control of power consumption in individual space-conditioning loads fed by an electric power network utilizes a commandable, programmable temperature control device which gradually, substantially continually changes the control setpoint in response to an external signa ...


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Zoltan Zansky: Two-wire electronic dimming ballast for fluorescent lamps. Honeywell, Charles G Mersereau, January 25, 1983: US04370600 (98 worldwide citation)

A low cost, high frequency, solid-state dimmable fluorescent ballast is disclosed which utilizes a resonant bridge inverter to provide high frequency sinusoidal power to the lamps. One embodiment of the invention includes auxiliary windings connected to the filaments of the lamps to be powered which ...



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