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Min Zhu: Method to provide for virtual screen overlay. Future Labs, Claude Hamrick, Emil C Chang, November 19, 1996: US05577188 (1040 worldwide citation)

The present invention in the form of a computer software program provides for a method for annotating over static images or annotating over active application programs. In the case of static images, user-created objects can be created, manipulated and placed over static images. In the case of annota ...


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Peter S Chow, John M Cioffi: Method and apparatus for adaptive, variable bandwidth, high-speed data transmission of a multicarrier signal over digital subscriber lines. The Board of Trustees of the Leland Stanford Junior University, Claude Hamrick, December 26, 1995: US05479447 (765 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for adaptive, variable bandwidth, high-speed data transmission of a multicarrier signal over digital subscriber lines wherein the initial optimal transmission bandwidth is identified based on initial signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) estimates of the orthogonal carriers of the multi ...


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Michael Olivier: Dynamically matching users for group communications based on a threshold degree of matching of sender and recipient predetermined acceptance criteria. Claude Hamrick, Oppenheimer Wolff & Donnelly, November 12, 2002: US06480885 (701 worldwide citation)

A method for enabling users to exchange group electronic mail by establishing individual profiles and criteria, for determining personalized subsets within a group. Users establish subscriptions to an electronic mailing list by specifying user profile data and acceptance criteria data to screen othe ...


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Allan E Alcorn, Richard L Hale: Method and apparatus using geographical position and universal time determination means to provide authenticated, secure, on-line communication between remote gaming locations. Silicon Gaming, Claude Hamrick, Oppenheimer W Donnelly, August 15, 2000: US06104815 (685 worldwide citation)

Method and apparatus for providing authenticated, secure, on-line communication between remote locations including a user terminal adapted to enable a player in one location to remotely communicate via a communications medium such as the Internet with a gaming host in another location. Location of t ...


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Allan E Alcorn, Michael Barnett, Louis D Giacalone Jr, Adam E Levinthal: Electronic casino gaming apparatus with improved play capacity, authentication and security. Silicon Gaming, Claude Hamrick, July 1, 1997: US05643086 (557 worldwide citation)

An electronic casino gaming system includes an unalterable ROM for storing a casino game authentication program, including a message digest algorithm program, a decryption program and a decryption key. A casino game data set containing casino game rules and image data is stored in a mass storage dev ...


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Allan E Alcorn, Michael Barnett, Louis D Giacalone Jr, Adam E Levinthal: Method of authenticating game data sets in an electronic casino gaming system. Silicon Gaming Nevada, Claude Hamrick, Justin Oppenheimer Wolff & Donnelly Boyce, November 21, 2000: US06149522 (542 worldwide citation)

Authentication of a casino game data set is carried out within the casino game console using an authentication program stored in an unalterable ROM physically located within the casino game console. The casino game data set and a unique signature are stored in a mass storage device, which may compri ...


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David M Bloom, Francisco S A Sandejas, Olav Solgaard: Method and apparatus for modulating a light beam. The Board of Trustees of the Leland Stanford Junior University, Claude Hamrick, May 10, 1994: US05311360 (519 worldwide citation)

A modulator for modulating an incident beam of light, the modulator comprising a plurality of equally spaced-apart elements, each of which includes a light-reflective planar surface. The elements are arranged parallel to each other with their light-reflective surfaces parallel to each other. The mod ...


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Allan E Alcorn, Michael Barnett, Louis D Giacalone Jr, Adam E Levinthal: Electronic casino gaming system with improved play capacity, authentication and security. Silicon Gaming, Claude Hamrick, Oppenheimer W Donnelly, August 22, 2000: US06106396 (397 worldwide citation)

The electronic casino gaming system consists of several system components, including a microprocessor (12), a main memory unit (13) that is typically a random access memory, and a system boot ROM (14). Also included in the electronic casino gaming system are a non-volatile RAM (17), a mass storage u ...


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Edwin E Klingman: Secure system for electronic selling. Claude Hamrick, Oppenheimer W Donnelly, Maryam Imam, August 25, 1998: US05799285 (369 worldwide citation)

A remote communication system for facilitating secure electronic sales of products, wherein a suitable seller input device in association with a local seller data transmission system couples the seller to a packet network system for communicating to a remote receiver/decoder apparatus to download re ...


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Andrew Pascal, Louis David Giacalone Jr, Michael Barnett: Dynamic tournament gaming method and system. Silicon Gaming, Claude Hamrick, Anthony Diepenbrock, Oppenheimer Wolff & Donnelly, September 11, 2001: US06287202 (335 worldwide citation)

Dynamic tournament gaming method and system, including the provision of a plurality of gaming terminals selectively interlinkable together with a host terminal so that current players of the terminals desiring to participate in group tournament play can be notified of the opportunity and provided wi ...