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Charles M Luchs, Richard Salway, Parker Rush, Fern Ann Davy, John Loia, Bernice Alexander, Carol Johnson, John Carducci: Computerized insurance premium quote request and policy issuance system. The Chubb Corporation, Curtis Morris & Safford, May 16, 1989: US04831526 (591 worldwide citation)

A fully computerized insurance system is provided for processing and preparing applications for insurance and premium quotations and for preparing and writing insurance contracts. A central processor, including a data bank into which data is written and from which data is read, this data including i ...


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Hanfried Weigand: Device for the introduction of contrast medium into an anus praeter. Hoechst Aktiengesellschaft, Curtis Morris & Safford, June 27, 1978: US04096853 (571 worldwide citation)

A device for the introduction of contrast medium into an anus preater shaped in the abdominal wall using an inlet pipe to be inserted into the anus, which comprises an inlet pipe surrounded by a bell-shaped device that is open toward the abdominal wall and rests, at its circumference with a circular ...


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James M Jensen, Robert B Graybill, Sayed Hassan, Wendell D Lynch, Wayne Sabin: Apparatus and methods for including codes in audio signals and decoding. The Arbitron Company, Eugene L Curtis Morris & Safford Flanagan III, September 12, 1995: US05450490 (537 worldwide citation)

Apparatus and methods for including a code having at least one code frequency component in an audio signal are provided. The abilities of various frequency components in the audio signal to mask the code frequency component to human hearing are evaluated and based on these evaluations an amplitude i ...


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Victor A Aijala, Gerald B Cohen, James M Jensen, Wendell D Lynch, Juan C Urbi: Method and apparatus for encoding/decoding broadcast or recorded segments and monitoring audience exposure thereto. The Arbitron Company, Eugene L Flanagan III, Curtis Morris & Safford P C, November 26, 1996: US05579124 (528 worldwide citation)

Methods and apparatus for encoding and decoding information in broadcast or recorded segment signals are described. In certain embodiments, an audience monitoring system encodes identification information in the audio signal portion of a broadcast or recorded segment using spread spectrum encoding. ...


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Michael D Ellis, Stephen M Dunn, Michael W Fellinger, Fancy B Younglove, David M James, David L Clifton, Richard S Land: Method and system for recognition of broadcast segments. The Arbitron Company, Eugene L Flanagan III, Curtis Morris & Safford, July 25, 1995: US05436653 (369 worldwide citation)

Broadcast segment recognition systems and methods are provided in which a signature representing a monitored broadcast segment is compared with broadcast segment signatures in a data base representing known broadcast segments to determine whether a match exists. Criteria for determining the validity ...


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Michel Fardeau, Michel Briend, Marc Tommasi, Serge Galant: Method and apparatus for automatically identifying a program including a sound signal. The Arbitron Company, Eugene L Flanagan III, Curtis Morris & Safford P C, December 3, 1996: US05581800 (348 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for automatically identifying a program broadcast by a radio station or by a television channel, or recorded on a medium, by adding an inaudible encoded message to the sound signal of the program, the message identifying the broadcasting channel or station, the program, and/or ...


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Michel Fardeau, Michel Briend, Marc Tommasi, Serge Galant: Method and apparatus for automatically identifying a program including a sound signal. The Arbitron Company, Eugene L Flanagan III, Curtis Morris & Safford P C, November 12, 1996: US05574962 (343 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for automatically identifying a program broadcast by a radio station or by a television channel, or recorded on a medium, by adding an inaudible encoded message to the sound signal of the program, the message identifying the broadcasting channel or station, the program, and/or ...


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Donald Edward Hudgin, Edgar Allan Blair: Hydrophilic or hydrogel carrier systems such as coatings, body implants and other articles. Princeton Polymer Laboratories Incorporated, Curtis Morris & Safford, August 17, 1976: US03975350 (300 worldwide citation)

Improved active agent systems with novel carriers as membrane, release, and coating polymers for said active agents; the polymers are water absorptive polyurethane polymers prepared from resins having a low ratio of carbon to oxygen to nitrogen or having ionic, quaternary ammonium or salt groups in ...


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Kenneth Nahan, Sherri Nahan, John D Graham, Ahmet K Corapcioglu, Robert H Miller, Alexander Lipman, Andrei Osipou: Computerized, multimedia, network, real time, interactive marketing and transactional system. Honicorp, Curtis Morris & Safford PC, September 2, 1997: US05664111 (297 worldwide citation)

The present invention includes a system and method of electronically executing transactions with a preprogrammed main computer having data and image storage and retrieval equipment. A plurality of electronic images of works of art which are for sale are created by at least one listing dealer and sto ...


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Jon R Brooks, James M Jensen, Roberta M McConochie, Susan V Osborn, Amy E Pearl, Carole M Schmidt, Ann B Seiler, Carol P Stowell, Thomas W White, Wylie Wong: Compliance incentives for audience monitoring/recording devices. The Arbitron Company, Eugene L Flanagan III, Curtis Morris & Safford, January 9, 1996: US05483276 (285 worldwide citation)

Systems and methods are provided for promoting use by an audience member of a portable broadcast exposure monitoring and/or recording device in accordance with a predetermined usage criterion. A sense signal is provided indicating whether the device is being carried with the person of the audience m ...