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Joshua T Goodman, Gina D Venolia: Spell checking for text input via reduced keypad keys. Microsoft Corporation, Linda P Ji, Westman Champlin & Kelly, October 3, 2006: US07117144 (61 worldwide citation)

Spell checking of a word corresponding to a typically numeric key sequence entered by the user using numeric keys or other reduced keyboards is disclosed. The spell checking is based on comparisons of the entered number sequences with number sequences within a dictionary, or number sequences for wor ...


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Young Hwa Kim, Nicole Smith, Hong Ji: Penetration resistant fabric with multiple layer guard plate assemblies and method of making the same. Higher Dimension Medical, LInda P Ji, Westman Champlin & Kelly, March 28, 2006: US07018692 (18 worldwide citation)

A fabric includes a fabric substrate and a plurality guard plate assemblies affixed to the fabric substrate in a spaced relationship to each other. Each guard plate assembly includes a first layer of material affixed to the fabric substrate and a second layer of material joined to the first layer of ...


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Caroline Matheson: Man-machine dialogue system, controls dialogue between system and user using dialogue specification employing augmented transition networks propagating tokens. Microsoft Corporation, Linda P Ji, Westman Champlin & Kelly, April 4, 2006: US07024368 (18 worldwide citation)

A man-machine dialogue system employing an interactive computer system comprising an input device for receiving input from the user. An output device generating output to the user. There is provided an object system which is an information source or store, or a command and control device. The system ...


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Joshua T Goodman: Machine learning contextual approach to word determination for text input via reduced keypad keys. Microsoft Corporation, Westman Champlin & Kelly, Linda P Ji, September 5, 2006: US07103534 (13 worldwide citation)

Determination of a word input on a reduced keypad, such as a numeric keypad, by entering a key sequence ambiguously corresponding to the word, by taking into account the context of the word via a machine learning approach, is disclosed. Either the left context, the right context, or the double-sided ...


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Paulus Johannes Wilhelminus Munsters: Open roof construction for a vehicle, as well as a vehicle fitted with such an open roof construction. Inalfa Roof Systems Group, Westman Champlin and Kelly P A, Linda P Ji, August 9, 2005: US06926354 (4 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to an open roof construction for a vehicle having a roof opening in its fixed roof, comprising stationary guide rails (1, 5) on either side of the roof opening. Slides (2) are guided rails for movably supporting a closure element of the open roof construction. A cover plate (3) ...


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Peter Christiaan Leonardus Johannes Manders, Christiaan De Jong: Open roof assembly for a vehicle, and frame part for application therein. Inalfa Roof Systems Group, Westman Champlin & Kelly P A, Linda P Ji, September 13, 2005: US06942284 (2 worldwide citation)

An open roof assembly for a vehicle having a roof opening and a closure mechanism. The roof opening is surrounded by a frame connected to the roof of the vehicle, including at least two guides extending along opposite longitudinal edges of the roof opening for cooperation with the closure mechanism, ...


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Peter Christiaan Leonardus Johannes Manders, Martinus Wilhelminus Maria Nabuurs, Paulus Johannes Wilhelminus Munsters, Joseph Petrus Johannes Sanders, Petrus Martinus Josephus Clephas: Open roof construction for a vehicle, as well as a vehicle having such open roof construction. Inalfa Roof Systems Group, Westman Champlin & Kelly P A, Linda P Ji, June 20, 2006: US07063372 (1 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to an open roof construction for a vehicle, as well as to a vehicle fitted with such an open roof construction, in particular a folding roof. More in particular, the invention relates to special features which make it possible to swing down the folding roof (1) into the boot (5 ...


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Jennifer Hay: Detecting a significant event in experimental data and use of such for detection of engagement during a mechanical test. MTS Systems Corporation, Linda P Ji, Westman Champlin & Kelly, August 5, 2004: US20040153292-A1

A method of determining onset of a significant event, such as point of engagement, in experimental data such as data measured during indenter or tensile/compression tests. The measured data is processed by differentiation and/or integration to generate a plurality of processed series. The method inc ...


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Soon C Park, Young Kwon Kim, Young Hwa Kim: Flame retardant and cut resistant fabric. Higher Dimension Medical, Linda P Ji, Westman Champlin & Kelly, January 13, 2005: US20050009429-A1

A cut resistant and flame-retardant fabric-like material. A plurality of guardplates are made of a flame-retardant material and resin is affixed to a fabric substrate to provide a fabric-like material with superior cut resistant and flame-retardant properties. An optional second plurality of guardpl ...


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Mu Li, Jianfeng Gao: Unsupervised training for overlapping ambiguity resolution in word segmentation. Microsoft Corporation, Linda P Ji, Westman Champlin & Kelly, March 17, 2005: US20050060150-A1

A method for resolving overlapping ambiguity strings in unsegmented languages such as Chinese. The methodology includes segmenting sentences into two possible segmentations and recognizing overlapping ambiguity strings in the sentences. One of the two possible segmentations is selected as a function ...