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Wei Wen Kao: Correcting GPS position in a hybrid naviation system. Zexel USA, Harold L Burstyn, Thomas R Morrison, February 28, 1995: US05394333 (297 worldwide citation)

A hybrid vehicle navigation system employs both GPS and dead reckoning sensors, working in parallel, to produce a sensed and a calculated position, respectively. The sensed and the calculated positions are compared to a road data base to determine separate correction factors required to correct the ...


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Jiri Fridrich: Digital watermarking by adding random, smooth patterns. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Air Force, Harold L Burstyn, August 8, 2000: US06101602 (105 worldwide citation)

A digital image is "watermarked", that is, authenticated by an embedded pattern. The pattern is created by hashing the image and adding a signature element. Manipulating this result by the seed for a random number generator leads to an initial two dimensional random black-and-white pattern. This pat ...


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Kevin Anthony Kwiat: Dynamically reconfigurable FPGA apparatus and method for multiprocessing and fault tolerance. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Air Force, Harold L Burstyn, August 3, 1999: US05931959 (96 worldwide citation)

Computing modules can cooperate to tolerate faults among their members. In a preferred embodiment, computing modules couple with dual-ported memories and interface with a dynamically reconfigurable Field-Programmable Gate Array ("FPGA"). The FPGA serves as a computational engine to provide direct ha ...


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Wei Wen Kao: Apparatus for correcting vehicular compass heading with the aid of the global positioning system. Zexel Corporation Diahatsu Nissan, Harold L Burstyn, August 16, 1994: US05339246 (55 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for compensating a magnetic heading as indicated by a vehicle's magnetic compass so that the magnetic heading corresponds to a true heading as indicated by signals received in the vehicle from the Global Positioning System. The apparatus includes a computer for calculating compensation ...


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Takao Fujii, Tatsuhiko Abe: Navigation system. Zexel Corporation, Harold L Burstyn, Thomas R Morrison, March 28, 1995: US05402120 (43 worldwide citation)

A navigation system mounted on a vehicle displays a primary direction indication image on a display unit. This primary direction indication image has a proximal portion that represents a road along which the vehicle is now moving and a direction indication portion that represents a road which the ve ...


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Donald Joseph Fabozzi II: Implementing a parallel file transfer protocol. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Air Force, Harold L Burstyn, July 4, 2000: US06085251 (42 worldwide citation)

Apparatus and method to improve the speed of electronic file transfer between remote computers by parallel processing. The most common transfer protocol is the File Transfer Protocol (FTP) Though the Internet is the most popular means by which users electronically transport data, the Internet's Tran ...


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Masaru Tsutsumi, Nobuyoshi Nishizawa, Tsukasa Itoh, Takaaki Matsubayashi, Takehiro Yonesaki, Koichi Satoh, Akio Furukawa, Ikuo Yonezu, Shin Fujitani, Kenji Nasako, Toshihiko Saito: Fuel cell system. Sanyo Electric, Thomas R Morrison, Harold L Burstyn, November 22, 1994: US05366820 (41 worldwide citation)

A fuel cell system for directly converting chemical energy of a fuel into electric energy electrochemically. A fuel cell has a cathode and an anode. A main hydrogen absorbing alloy supplies hydrogen gas to the anode of the fuel cell during steady-state operation of the system. An auxiliary hydrogen ...


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Koichi Kurasawa, Takaaki Ito: Chip-type surge absorber. Harold L Burstyn, Thomas R Morrison, May 16, 1995: US05416662 (41 worldwide citation)

A single three-terminal chip-type surge absorber combines two or three semiconductor surge-absorbing elements with three electrode plates and resin-molding the combination. When more lines must be connected to an electronic device subject to a voltage surge, instead of mounting a plurality of surge- ...


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Mark H Linderman: Dynamic power management of systems. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Air Force, Harold L Burstyn, Joseph A Mancini, Luis Ortiz, December 26, 2000: US06167330 (30 worldwide citation)

A method and system for power management of components within a system by introducing low-level instructions, such as NOPS, delay loops, and sleep modes, into the instruction sequences within logical components of the system, thereby allowing the system to maintain desirable power dissipation over a ...


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Masataka Ishikawa: Navigation system with accurate determination of angular velocity. Zexel Corporation Daihatsu Nissay, Harold L Burstyn, February 14, 1995: US05390123 (30 worldwide citation)

A navigation system having two sensors and two circuits. A travel sensor sends a pulse whenever a vehicle travels a predetermined distance. An angular velocity sensor outputs a voltage corresponding to an angular velocity of the vehicle. A correction circuit calculates the angular velocity from both ...