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Steven Jobs
Jean Marie Hullot, Steven P Jobs, Christopher M Franklin: System and method for managing graphic images. NeXT Computer, Laurence S Rogers, Jeffrey H Ingerman, September 8, 1992: US05146556 (99 worldwide citation)

A graphic user interface for a computer is provided in which representations of application programs can be placed on the display in a specified area reserved for such a purpose in which area they could not be so readily obscured and forgotten, and which includes a facility for controlling the place ...


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William L Thomas, Steven J Sletten, John W Mathews Jr, Jeffrey C Swinehart, Michael W Fellinger, John E Hershey, George P Hyatt, Robert F Kubichek: Method, apparatus and system for recognizing broadcast segments. Control Data Corporation, Laurence S Rogers, Jeffrey H Ingerman, April 19, 1988: US04739398 (412 worldwide citation)

A method, apparatus and system are provided for recognizing broadcast segments, such as commercials, in real time by continuous pattern recognition without resorting to cues or codes in the broadcast signal. Each broadcast frame is parametized to yield a digital word and a signature is constructed f ...


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David T Green: Surgical fastener retainer member assembly. United States Surgical Corporation, John E Nathan, Jeffrey H Ingerman, May 20, 1986: US04589416 (411 worldwide citation)

A unitary assembly of surgical fastener retainer members is disclosed. The assembly includes a plurality of retainer members, preferably of a resinous material, arranged in a surgically useful configuration and connected by flexible or frangible links preferably of the same material. The assembly fa ...


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Mary E Counts, Bernard C LaRoy, D Bruce Losee Jr, Constance H Morgan, Ulysses Smith, F Murphy Sprinkel Jr, Francis V Utsch: Flavor generating article. Philip Morris Incorporated, Jeffrey H Ingerman, October 29, 1991: US05060671 (377 worldwide citation)

An article is provided in which a flavor generating medium is electrically heated to evolve inhalable flavors or other components in vapor or aerosol form. The article has a plurality of charges of the flavor generating medium which are heated sequentially to provide individual puffs.


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Robert A Van Tassel, Robert G Hauser: Barrier device for ostium of left atrial appendage. Atritech, Jeffrey H Ingerman, Fish & Neave, April 22, 2003: US06551303 (377 worldwide citation)

A membrane applied to the ostium of an atrial appendage for blocking blood from entering the atrial appendage which can form blood clots therein is disclosed. The membrane also prevents blood clots in the atrial appendage from escaping therefrom and entering the blood stream which can result in a bl ...


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Mary E Counts, Mohammad R Hajaligol, Constance H Morgan, Ulysses Smith, Francis M Sprinkel, Francis V Utsch: Flavor-delivery article. Philip Morris Incorporated, Jeffrey H Ingerman, September 8, 1992: US05144962 (355 worldwide citation)

Methods and apparatus for releasing flavor components from a flavor-generating medium using an electric heating element are provided. A non-combustion flavor-generating article uses electrical energy to power a heating element which heats tobacco or other flavorants. The flavor-generating medium is ...


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Peter A Roberts, John D Finnerty: Method and apparatus for funding a future liability of uncertain cost. College Savings Bank, Laurence S Rogers, Jeffrey H Ingerman, June 21, 1988: US04752877 (341 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus are provided to fund a certain future liability of uncertain value and thereby defease fully its future cost. The method is an insurance investment plan which can be implemented using a floating rate zero coupon note obligation the interest rate on which varies automatically w ...


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Thomas J Bachinski, David S Goldsteen, Daniel J Sullivan: Blood filter. Vascular Science, Jeffrey H Ingerman, Fish & Neave, September 1, 1998: US05800525 (337 worldwide citation)

A bodily fluid filter has an elastic tubular framework and a plurality of filter filaments extending from the surface of the tubular framework in toward the longitudinal axis to trap objects to be filtered. The elastic framework is deformable to facilitate deployment and removal, but resumes its ope ...


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David E Goodman, James E Corenman, William New Jr, Mark Yelderman: Sensor having cutaneous conformance. Nellcor Incorporated, Thomas L Giannetti, Jeffrey H Ingerman, May 16, 1989: US04830014 (253 worldwide citation)

A sensor for trans-illumination of a blood perfused portion of flesh to measure light extinction during trans-illumination is disclosed. The sensor is preferably mounted on a fingertip but any digit or blood perfused portion of flesh will work. The sensor includes a first end for disposition on one ...


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Constance H Morgan, Walter A Nichols: Electrical smoking. Philip Morris Incorporated, Jeffrey H Ingerman, October 5, 1993: US05249586 (241 worldwide citation)

An article is provided in which a replaceable tobacco flavor medium is electrically heated by a set of permanent reusable heaters to evolve inhalable flavors or other components in vapor or aerosol form. Each heater heats only a portion of the available tobacco flavor medium so that a plurality of i ...