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Michael T Wilhoite, Inderdeep Singh, Steven H Blumenthal: Handoff for cellular and internet protocol telephony. Bridgeport Networks, Occhiuti Rohlicek & Tsao, March 10, 2009: US07502615 (173 worldwide citation)

A telephone system supports communication with user devices over both a cellular radio network as well as over an Internet Protocol (IP) network, and enables roaming and active call handoff between cellular and IP domains. Components of the system interact with conventional cellular telephone system ...


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Jason Booth: System and method for enhancing the experience of participant in a massively multiplayer game. Turbine, Occhiuti Rohlicek & Tsao, November 9, 2010: US07828657 (169 worldwide citation)

Methods and systems are provided for transforming music played by characters, objects and non-player characters in order to produce an enhanced audio experience for players within a massively multiplayer game.


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Ofer Lavi, Gadiel Auerbach, Eldad Persky: Dynamic natural language understanding. Intelligate, Occhiuti Rohlicek & Tsao, November 23, 2010: US07840400 (135 worldwide citation)

Methods and systems for dynamic natural language understanding. A hierarchical structure of semantic categories is exploited to assist in the natural language understanding. Optionally, the natural language to be understood includes a request.


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Birgit Riesinger: Device for the treatment of wounds using a vacuum. Birgit Riesinger, Occhiuti Rohlicek & Tsao, June 14, 2011: US07959624 (76 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a device (100) for treating wounds of the human or animal body using a vacuum and having a gas-tight wound-covering element (4), which, when placed in contact with the body of the patient, forms a wound space (10) between the respective wound and the wound-covering element, ...


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Russel Kipp Jones, Farshid Alizadeh Shabdiz, Edward James Morgan, Michael George Shean: Server for updating location beacon database. Skyhook Wireless, Occhiuti Rohlicek & Tsao, October 4, 2011: US08031657 (68 worldwide citation)

A location beacon database and server, method of building location beacon database, and location based service using same. Wi-Fi access points are located in a target geographical area to build a reference database of locations of Wi-Fi access points. At least one vehicle is deployed including at le ...


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Todd A Newville: Information portal. Gannett Satellite Information Network, Occhiuti Rohlicek & Tsao, June 1, 2010: US07729691 (63 worldwide citation)

A communication system for providing high-speed wireless access to mobile processing systems a stationary transceiver defining an information portal in its immediate vicinity. A local server in communication with this stationary transceiver is configured to respond to a mobile processing-system pres ...


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Eric Nestler, Vladimir Zlatkovic, Jeffrey Venuti: Charge sharing analog computation circuitry and applications. Analog Devices, Occhiuti Rohlicek & Tsao, October 1, 2013: US08547272 (63 worldwide citation)

In one aspect, reduced power consumption and/or circuit area of a discrete time analog signal processing module is achieved in an approach that makes use of entirely, or largely, passive charge sharing circuitry, which may include configurable (e.g., after fabrication, at runtime) multiplicative sca ...


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Geoffrey Wen Tai Shuy: Heat exchange enhancement. Hong Kong Applied Science & Technology Research Institute, Occhiuti Rohlicek & Tsao, October 21, 2008: US07440280 (62 worldwide citation)

A heat exchange structure includes a plurality of elongated air ducts. The heat exchange structure has an exterior heat exchange surface and interior heat exchange surfaces, the interior surfaces being in the elongated air ducts. The heat exchange structure includes a plurality of heat generators th ...


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Birgit Riesinger: Multi-component dressing for treating wounds of the human or animal body using a reduced pressure. Occhiuti Rohlicek & Tsao, August 17, 2010: US07775998 (59 worldwide citation)

A multi-component dressing (100) for treating wounds of the human or animal body, using a reduced pressure, comprising a wound-covering element (4) for mounting the dressing (100) at the surface of the skin and the mucous membrane having at least one connecting site (5) through which material in the ...


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Daniel M Merfeld, Wangsong Gong, Steven D Rauch, Conrad Wall III: Vestibular stimulator. Massachusetts Eye & Ear Infirmary, Occhiuti Rohlicek & Tsao, April 26, 2011: US07933654 (53 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for stimulating the vestibular system includes an actuator disposed to interact with the vestibular nerve and a controller for causing the actuator to interact with the vestibular nerve. The result of the interaction is that the brain receives a stationary signal.