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Jack Bridges, Allen Taflove, Richard Snow: Method for in situ heat processing of hydrocarbonaceous formations. IIT Research Institute, Martin Novack, February 20, 1979: US04140180 (355 worldwide citation)

The disclosure describes a technique for uniform heating of relatively large blocks of hydrocarbonaceous formations in situ using radio frequency (RF) electrical energy that is substantially confined to the volume to be heated and effects dielectric heating of the formations. An important aspect of ...


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Jack Bridges, Allen Taflove: Apparatus and method for in situ heat processing of hydrocarbonaceous formations. IIT Research Institute, Martin Novack, March 20, 1979: US04144935 (333 worldwide citation)

The disclosure describes a technique for uniform heating of relatively large blocks of hydrocarbonaceous formations in situ using radio frequency (RF) electrical energy that is substantially confined to the volume to be heated and effects of dielectric heating of the formations. An important aspect ...


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Garland Stern: Three dimensional animation. New York Institute of Technology, Martin Novack, July 15, 1986: US04600919 (188 worldwide citation)

The disclosure is directed to an improved method and apparatus for generating a sequence of video frames representative of three-dimensional animation. A plurality of key frames are stored, each key frame including a common figure having one or more joints, and each joint having associated therewith ...


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Illya Schiller, Arkady Pittel: Electronic portable pen apparatus and method. Digital Ink, Martin Novack, June 10, 2003: US06577299 (148 worldwide citation)

A wireless pen apparatus for producing signals representative of writing by a user, including: a wireless pen; a removable cap on the pen; and, when the cap is removed from the pen and placed at a reference position, communicating wave energy between at least one location on the pen and at least one ...


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Christopher A P Phillips: Sheet counting method and apparatus. De La Rue Systems, Martin Novack, March 10, 1981: US04255651 (143 worldwide citation)

A method of countng a succession of sheets passing along a flow line (the sheets being normally spaced but including some overlapping sheets), comprises determining the position of a double thickness in relation to the total length of the sheet in the flow direction. A count of two is added to the c ...


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Kambiz A Safinya, Roger W McBride: System and method for communicating signals in a cased borehole having tubing. Schlumberger Technology, Keith Smith, Peter Lee, Martin Novack, June 13, 1989: US04839644 (120 worldwide citation)

A system and method are disclosed for wireless two-way communication in a cased borehole having tubing extending therethrough. A downhole communications subsystem is mounted on the tubing. The downhole subsystem includes a downhole antenna for coupling electromagnetic energy in a TEM mode to and/or ...


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Jeffrey Hoffstein, Jill Pipher, Joseph H Silverman: Public key cryptosystem method and apparatus. NTRU Cryptosystems, Martin Novack, June 27, 2000: US06081597 (109 worldwide citation)

The public key encryption system of the present invention has short and easily created encryption keys and wherein the encoding and decoding processes are performed extremely rapidly, and has low memory requirements. The encoding and decoding processes use both the addition and multiplication operat ...


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Minoru Takahashi, Makoto Ono: Ultrasonic wave nebulizer. TDK Corporation, Martin Novack, January 5, 1993: US05176856 (107 worldwide citation)

An ultrasonic wave nebulizer has a vibrator-heater assembly unit (4) mounted at bottom of a water container (1) for converting water to mist, and heating water to provide warm mist. The assembly unit (4) has a circular piezoelectric vibrator element (9), and a ring-shaped conductive plate (7) surrou ...


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J Warren Blaker: Concentric bifocal contact lens. University Optical Products Co, Martin Novack, January 13, 1987: US04636049 (107 worldwide citation)

In accordance with the disclosure there is provided a thin circular lens body formed of a single piece of plastic material. The body has a symmetrically curved rear surface adapted to fit centrally on the corneal surface of the eye. The lens body has a near power correction region of circular periph ...


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William E Glenn: Ultrasonic scanning head with reduced geometrical distortion. New York Institute of Technology, Martin Novack, April 20, 1982: US04325381 (102 worldwide citation)

An improved ultrasonic scanning head is disclosed for use in an apparatus for imaging sections of a body by transmitting ultrasonic energy into the body and determining the characteristics of the ultrasonic energy reflected therefrom. The scanning head includes a scanning window which comprises an a ...