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Tyrone L Hardy: Method and apparatus for video presentation from a variety of scanner imaging sources. Deborah A Peacock, Donovan F Duggan, March 31, 1992: US05099846 (379 worldwide citation)

The disclosure is directed to a method and apparatus for presenting a plurality of scanning images in a video presentation. The disclosure is particularly directed to the use of such an apparatus and method in stereotactic surgery, wherein acquisition of a plurality of scanner images, conversion of ...


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Joseph Wang, Ziad H Taha: Method and apparatus for batch injection analysis. New Mexico State University Technology Transfer Corporation, Deborah A Peacock, Donovan F Duggan, Rod D Baker, March 9, 1993: US05192416 (250 worldwide citation)

Batch injection analysis comprises apparatus and method for injecting and transporting analytes toward a detector immersed in a confined, inert electrolyte. Passage of the analyte over the detector surface provides measurement of sample concentrations. Detectors normally comprise selective electrode ...


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Joseph Wang, Khris Olsen, David Larson: Remote electrochemical sensor. New Mexico State University Technology Transfer, Deborah A Peacock, Paul Adams, October 14, 1997: US05676820 (213 worldwide citation)

An electrochemical sensor for remote detection, particularly useful for metal contaminants and organic or other compounds. The sensor circumvents technical difficulties that previously prevented in-situ remote operations. The microelectrode, connected to a long communications cable, allows convenien ...


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Tyrone L Hardy: Method and apparatus for video presentation from scanner imaging sources. Deborah A Peacock, Jeffrey D Myers, Donovan F Duggan, March 21, 1995: US05398684 (176 worldwide citation)

The disclosure is directed to a method and apparatus for presenting a plurality of scanning images in a video presentation. The disclosure is particularly directed to the use of such an apparatus and method in stereotactic surgery, wherein acquisition of a plurality of scanner images, conversion of ...


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Michael G Wallace: Tactile computer aided sculpting device. Science & Technology Corporation & Unm, Jeffrey D Myers, Deborah A Peacock, Donovan F Duggan, September 9, 1997: US05666473 (150 worldwide citation)

A device for the simultaneous modeling and rendering of three-dimensional objects on a computer display through a tactile user input. The tactile user input consists in part of a closed solid surface. The preferred form of this surface is a ball. This ball is enveloped by a plurality of sensors, all ...


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William M Moeny, David M Barrett: Portable electrohydraulic mining drill. Tetra Corporation, Deborah A Peacock, Rod D Baker, April 27, 1999: US05896938 (147 worldwide citation)

An electrohydraulic drilling system for drilling holes in material such as rock utilizing a drill stem connected to a flexible cable. The electrical spark or plasma that creates the electrohydraulic pressure wave is powered by an electrical pulse propagated down the cable from a pulse generator to t ...


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Tyrone L Hardy, Gary W Glover, Laura D Brynildson: Three-dimensional computer graphics simulation and computerized numerical optimization for dose delivery and treatment planning. Medical Instrumentation and Diagnostics Corporation, Jeffrey D Myers, Donovan F Duggan, Deborah A Peacock, April 27, 1993: US05205289 (139 worldwide citation)

An optimized dose delivery system using computer graphics simulation techniques and computerized numerical optimization. A volume, such as a tumor volume, is graphically simulated and meshed with node points. The dose delivery is calculated depending upon input variables, deriving an objective funct ...


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Craig D Dean: Method and apparatus for collaborative use of application program. Sandia Corporation, Jeffrey D Myers, Deborah A Peacock, March 8, 1994: US05293619 (133 worldwide citation)

Method and apparatus permitting the collaborative use of a computer application program simultaneously by multiple users at different stations. The method is useful with communication protocols having client/server control structures. The method of the invention requires only a sole executing copy o ...


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Mark R DeYong, Randall L Findley, Thomas C Eskridge, Christopher A Fields: Asynchronous temporal neural processing element. New Mexico State University Technology Transfer, Jeffrey D Myers, Deborah A Peacock, October 11, 1994: US05355435 (116 worldwide citation)

An asynchronous temporal neural processing element. The processing element is useful in solving problems from the class of temporal signal processing problems and is modeled closely on the sub-cellular biology and electrophysiology of neurons having chemical synapses.