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William C Arnold, David M Chess, John F Morar, Alla Segal, Ian N Whalley, Steve R White: Method and apparatus for the automatic determination of potentially worm-like behavior of a program. Trend Micro Incorporated, Okamoto & Benedicto, August 9, 2011: US07996905 (130 worldwide citation)

A method and system for the automatic determination of the behavioral profile of a program suspected of having worm-like characteristics includes analyzing data processing system resources required by the program and, if the required resources are not indicative of the program having worm-like chara ...


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Handong Wu, Raimund Alexander Genes: Preventing malicious codes from performing malicious actions in a computer system. Trend Micro Incorporated, Okamoto & Benedicto, June 12, 2012: US08201246 (123 worldwide citation)

Malicious codes may be prevented from performing malicious actions in a computer that does not have a virtual machine by simulating presence of the virtual machine. When a computer program performs an action in the computer, the action may be intercepted to determine if the computer program is malic ...


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William P Mulligan, Michael J Cudzinovic, Thomas Pass, David Smith, Neil Kaminar, Keith McIntosh, Richard M Swanson: Solar cell and method of manufacture. SunPower Corporation, Okamoto & Benedicto, March 4, 2008: US07339110 (114 worldwide citation)

A solar cell that is readily manufactured using processing techniques which are less expensive than microelectronic circuit processing. In preferred embodiments, printing techniques are utilized in selectively forming masks for use in etching of silicon oxide and diffusing dopants and in forming met ...


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Richard M Swanson: Back side contact solar cell with doped polysilicon regions. Sunpower Corporation, Okamoto & Benedicto, December 23, 2008: US07468485 (99 worldwide citation)

In one embodiment, a back side contact solar cell includes a tunnel oxide layer formed on a back side of a substrate. A polysilicon layer is formed on the tunnel oxide layer, and dopant sources are formed on the polysilicon layer. Dopants from the dopant sources are diffused into the polysilicon lay ...


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James Hunter, Bryan Staker: Reduced formation of asperities in contact micro-structures. Silicon Light Machines, Okamoto & Benedicto, November 2, 2004: US06813059 (89 worldwide citation)

A device comprising movable micro-structures configured to contact a substrate is disclosed. The substrate has a metal-insulator-metal construction with an upper metal layer and an insulator being patterned to provide substrate contact regions to a lower metal layer. The micro-structures have metal ...


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David D Smith, Michael J Cudzinovic, Keith R McIntosh, Bharatkumar Gamanlal Mehta: Use of doped silicon dioxide in the fabrication of solar cells. Sunpower Corporation, Okamoto & Benedicto, February 14, 2006: US06998288 (84 worldwide citation)

In one embodiment, a method of forming doped regions in a substrate of a back side contact solar cell includes the steps of depositing a first doped oxide layer on a back side of a substrate, depositing a first undoped oxide layer over the first doped oxide layer, diffusing a first dopant from the f ...


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David D Smith, Michael J Cudzinovic, Keith R McIntosh, Bharatkumar Gamanlal Mehta: Use of doped silicon dioxide in the fabrication of solar cells. Sunpower Corporation, Okamoto & Benedicto, November 14, 2006: US07135350 (84 worldwide citation)

In one embodiment, a method of forming doped regions in a substrate of a back side contact solar cell includes the steps of depositing a first doped oxide layer on a back side of a substrate, depositing a first undoped oxide layer over the first doped oxide layer, diffusing a first dopant from the f ...


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Wei Chung Lee: Thin client for computer security applications. Trend Micro Incorporated, Okamoto & Benedicto, February 28, 2012: US08127358 (77 worldwide citation)

A system for scanning a file for malicious codes may include a client agent running in a client computer and a scan server running in a server computer, the client computer and the server computer communicating over a computer network. The client agent may be configured to locally receive a scan req ...


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Jahja I Trisnadi, Clinton B Carlisle: High-density spatial light modulator. Silicon Light Machines Corporation, Okamoto & Benedicto, April 11, 2006: US07027204 (70 worldwide citation)

In one embodiment, a high-density spatial light modulator includes a substrate having a reflective surface and a reflective ribbon over the reflective surface. The ribbon may have one or more openings, such as rectangular slots. The openings allow light to pass through the ribbon and impinge on the ...


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David L Adler: Multi-pixel electron emission die-to-die inspection. KLA Tencor Technologies Corporation, Okamoto & Benedicto, May 24, 2005: US06897444 (69 worldwide citation)

One embodiment disclosed is a method of detecting defects in objects. A selected surface area of an object is inspected with a multi-pixel electron microscope, and first set of data is generated having signal values representing image content of each pixel thereof. Further selected surface area of t ...