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Frederick S M Herz: System for customized electronic identification of desirable objects. Duft Graziano&Forest P C, February 22, 2000: US06029195 (1546 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to customized electronic identification of desirable objects, such as news articles, in an electronic media environment, and in particular to a system that automatically constructs both a "target profile" for each target object in the electronic media based, for example, on th ...


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Frederick S M Herz, Jason M Eisner, Lyle H Ungar, Mitchell P Marcus: System for generation of user profiles for a system for customized electronic identification of desirable objects. Duft Graziano & Forest P C, May 19, 1998: US05754939 (1388 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to customized electronic identification of desirable objects, such as news articles, in an electronic media environment, and in particular to a system that automatically constructs both a "target profile" for each target object in the electronic media based, for example, on th ...


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Frederick S M Herz, Jason M Eisner, Lyle H Ungar: System for generation of object profiles for a system for customized electronic identification of desirable objects. Duft Graziano & Forest P C, November 10, 1998: US05835087 (1194 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to customized electronic identification of desirable objects, such as news articles, in an electronic media environment, and in particular to a system that automatically constructs both a "target profile" for each target object in the electronic media based, for example, on th ...


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Frederick S M Herz, Jason M Eisner, Marcos Salganicoff: Pseudonymous server for system for customized electronic identification of desirable objects. Duft Graziano & Forest P C, May 19, 1998: US05754938 (938 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to customized electronic identification of desirable objects, such as news articles, in an electronic media environment, and in particular to a system that automatically constructs both a "target profile" for each target object in the electronic media based, for example, on th ...


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Mark A Brenner, Everett L Devore, Ronald E Dewell, Andrew T Lucas, Richard E McNutt, Mitch L Neilsen, Brent E Perry, W Scott Reneau, Kannan Srikanth, Jon C Zaring: Interactive wagering systems and processes. ODS Technologies, Duft Graziano & Forest P C, November 3, 1998: US05830068 (319 worldwide citation)

Systems and processes for interactive off-track wagering are provided. A user reviews racing information and places bets using an off-track terminal. The user interactively selects a desired racetrack and race. Odds, pools, and payoff amounts may be viewed for a variety of complex wager types. To pl ...


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Mark Alan Huemoeller, John Walter Huemoeller II: Personal activity scheduling apparatus. Humware, Duft Graziano & Forest P C, December 29, 1998: US05855006 (268 worldwide citation)

The personal activity scheduling system accesses data from various sources to provide the user with information that is required to enable the user to conveniently and expeditiously schedule activities without requiring access to other sources of information. The personal activity scheduling system ...


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Jay S Belsan, George A Rudeseal, Charles A Milligan: Dynamically mapped data storage subsystem having multiple open destage cylinders and method of managing that subsystem. Storage Technology Corporation, Duft Graziano & Forest P C, December 3, 1996: US05581724 (222 worldwide citation)

A data storage subsystem dynamically maps a virtual data storage device image presented to associated processors to physical data storage devices used to implement the data storage subsystem. Multiple destage memory elements are concurrently active to increase an aggregate destage data transfer rate ...


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Robert J Burger: Lenslet array systems and methods. Proxemics, Curtis A Vock, Duft Graziano & Forest P C, October 26, 1999: US05973844 (187 worldwide citation)

A stacked array magnifier (SAM) forms a magnified, demagnified or unit image of an object. The SAM includes one or more non-refractive lenslet arrays and one or more refractive lenslet arrays to form a plurality of lenslet channels. Each lenslet channel has at least one refractive lenslet and at lea ...


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William Loring Myers: Virtual reality imaging system with image replay. University Corporation for Atmospheric Research, Duft Graziano & Forest P C, May 12, 1998: US05751289 (178 worldwide citation)

The virtual reality imaging system takes a multidimensional space that contains real world objects and phenomena, be they static or dynamic in nature, and enables a user to define a point in and/or a path through this multidimensional space. The apparatus then displays the view to the user that woul ...


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Stuart M Garland, David B Smith, Matthew Richard Smith: System for suppressed ringing access of subscriber lines to identify usage anomalies of customer premise equipment connected thereto. Lucent Technologies, Duft Graziano & Forest P C, July 17, 2001: US06263055 (169 worldwide citation)

The usage detection system establishes a suppressed ringing connection to the subscriber line for either a predetermined extended time interval to enable at least two successive usage readings to be taken, or for a duration as determined by the telemetry equipment to perform the necessary usage read ...