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Paul A Thompson: Method for open loop camera control using a motion model to control camera movement. Mark Clodfelter, February 16, 1999: US05872594 (139 worldwide citation)

A camera control system incorporating a data processor is provided which uses a coordinate system based on CADD drawings and motion models of the cameras to effect open loop camera control of various cameras of the system. Various input and pointing devices are used to communicate with the system, a ...


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Herbert U Fluhler: Ultra-wide band (UWB) artificial magnetic conductor (AMC) metamaterials for electrically thin antennas and arrays. Mark Clodfelter, May 28, 2013: US08451189 (134 worldwide citation)

This disclosure demonstrates a new class of Ultra-Wide Band (UWB) AMC with very large fractional bandwidth (>100%) even at lower frequencies (<1 GHz). This new UWB AMC is enabled by recognizing that any AMC must be an antenna in order to accept the incident radiation into the circuit. Therefore, by ...


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John D Snavely: Electronic wallet or purse with means for funds transfer. Mark Clodfelter, September 5, 2000: US06112984 (73 worldwide citation)

An electronic money storage and transfer system wherein at least electronic money is transferable between a centralized repository of money containing at least one financial account accessible by an account identification number. The portable electronic wallet including a dedicated modem for accessi ...


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Tommy H Bowden: Self-configuring server and server network. Palladia Systems, Mark Clodfelter, January 1, 2008: US07315903 (50 worldwide citation)

A self-configuring server system is disclosed. In this system, a plurality of nodes are linked together in a primary loop. Each node includes an external communication interface coupled to the loop, a command module for controlling the node and an internal interface. The internal interface, for each ...


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David L Guice, Augustus H Green, William V Dent Jr: Airborne biota monitoring and control system. Mark Clodfelter, November 25, 2003: US06653971 (40 worldwide citation)

A method and system for detecting airborne plant material, such as mold spores and pollen, and flying insects and birds, and classifying them as to whether they are harmful to field crops, production animals or other assets within a protected volume or area. Lasers, radar, and other types of radiati ...


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Sam H Hay, Herbert U Fluhler, C Alan Cummings, David L Guice, David J Hall: Optical recognition methods for locating eyes. Mark Clodfelter, August 1, 2000: US06095989 (38 worldwide citation)

A plurality of methods of analysis of images of eyes of a subject taken by a reflex photometer are disclosed. In this methods, a computer coupled to the reflex photometer is programmed to locate the pupil of at at least one eye, crop an image array containing the pupil from the total image and perfo ...


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Joseph E Haring: Telescopic nut. Mark Clodfelter, June 14, 2005: US06905298 (34 worldwide citation)

A nut assembly is disclosed that will ensure that the shank of a bolt that features a measurable grip length will pass through the contact plane of adjoining members. The nut assembly also allows the desired compressive force in the adjoining members to be attained by using a telescopic feature of t ...


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John C McIntosh: Passive three dimensional track of non-cooperative targets through opportunistic use of global positioning system (GPS) and GLONASS signals. Mark Clodfelter, May 15, 2001: US06232922 (31 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for utilization of GPS, GLONASS or other existing RF signals is disclosed. These existing RF signals are scattered by targets, with a receiver of these scattered signals providing processing to extract three dimensional track of these objects. Angle-of-Arrival (AOA) informatio ...


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Sam H Hay, Lewis N Graham: Apparatus and method for treatment of amblyopia. Mark Clodfelter, January 28, 2003: US06511175 (31 worldwide citation)

A method for treating amblyopia in children is disclosed. A pair of eyeglasses or goggles is provided with an electrically and selectively darkenable lens, such as am LCD lens, so that for selected portions of time, one or the other eye may be occluded. In one embodiment, circuitry for providing pul ...


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Charles B Hughes, Emory D Hughes: Bladder and bowel training system. Mark Clodfelter, December 8, 1998: US05845644 (30 worldwide citation)

A bowel and bladder training system is provided. A sensor strip is constructed of a tissue paper-type or other woven or sheet material having conductive sensor threads longitudinally positioned in the strip. A pocket may be formed at one end of the strip for holding a microprocessor-based indicator ...