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Steven Spiegelhoff, Joseph Kraetz: System and method for allocating resources of a retailer among multiple wholesalers. SS&D Corporation, Nilles & Nilles, March 28, 1995: US05402336 (222 worldwide citation)

A computerized system receives an input request from the orderer for a retailer, of searching selected wholesalers, and of then comparing these wholesalers to one another so as to provide a desired allocation of resources among these selected wholesalers. The system is preferably capable of searchin ...


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Jean Yves Le Roux: Multi-applications portable card for personal computer. Gemplus Card International, Nilles & Nilles S C, October 8, 1996: US05563400 (206 worldwide citation)

A multi-applications portable card that can be plugged in notably into a reader of a personal computer comprises a first connector designed for a connection with the reader and positioned on the periphery of a pack. The portable card comprises, firstly, a mobile rack positioned on an edge of the car ...


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Tomasz P Jannson, Tin M Aye, Jay W Hirsh, Christopher C Rich: High finesse holographic fabry-perot etalon and method of fabricating. Physical Optics Corporation, Nilles & Nilles, March 8, 1994: US05293272 (191 worldwide citation)

A high finesse holographic Fabry-Perot etalon and method of making a high finesse holographic Fabry-Perot etalon is disclosed. Particularly, a holographic Fabry-Perot etalon which achieves high finesse despite non-flat interfaces between the etalon media is presented. In a preferred method of fabric ...


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Joachim Teubner, Jean Yves DiBartolomeo, Didier Rouchy: Mammograph provided with an improved needle carrier. General Electric CGR, Nilles & Nilles, June 15, 1993: US05219351 (177 worldwide citation)

To enable a biopsy needle to be inserted into a breast under examination on a mammograph, a crank handle-shaped structure is provided which is vertically supported by a shaft and which carries a needle carrier on its handle portion, the vertical axis of rotation passing through a tumor whose positio ...


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Georges Grimonprez, Pierre Paradinas: Secured method for loading a plurality of applications into a microprocessor memory card. Gemplus Card International, Nilles & Nilles, December 5, 1995: US05473690 (155 worldwide citation)

A method for loading and managing a plurality of applications in a memory of a chip card, the method including: recording a chart of applications in the memory of the chip card which associates a password and a memory space with a name for i) each of the plurality of applications and ii) at least on ...


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Jean Christophe Fidalgo: Hybrid chip card capable of both contact and contact-free operation and having antenna contacts situated in a cavity for an electronic module. Gemplus Card International, Nilles & Nilles S C, January 28, 1997: US05598032 (152 worldwide citation)

A contact-free card and a method for the manufacture of such a card. The card comprises a card body, an electronic module having an integrated chip card and two contact zones, and an antenna connected to the contact zones of said module by two contact terminals, wherein said module furthermore has c ...


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Mark W Foster: Surface plasmon resonance sensor and methods for the utilization thereof. Physical Optics Corporation, Nilles & Nilles, January 16, 1996: US05485277 (149 worldwide citation)

A surface plasmon resonance sensor including: a substrate-mode metal film coated waveguide cartridge including: a planar waveguide including a plurality of reflector surfaces within the planar waveguide; and a metal film deposited directly on the planar waveguide, the metal film and the planar waveg ...


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Jacek Kowalski, Michel Martin, Jacques Stern, Antoine Joux: Encryption and authentication method and circuit for synchronous smart card. Gemplus Card International, Nilles & Nilles SC, October 20, 1998: US05825882 (142 worldwide citation)

Encryption circuits and methods, in particular for smart cards, are disclosed. Smart cards without microprocessors may be authenticated very simply by using encryption with a secret card data table on which recursive cycles are executed. During each cycle, a word is read out of the table, said word ...


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Lev S Sadovnik, Alexander Rizkin: 3-D volume visualization display. Physical Optics Corporation, Nilles & Nilles S C, June 9, 1998: US05764317 (136 worldwide citation)

A volumetric multi-layer screen including a plurality of electrically switchable layers that are stacked and coextensive, each of the plurality of electrically switchable layers including: a first transparent dielectric substrate having a first side and a second side; a first transparent electrode c ...