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Antoinette F Hershey, Andrew H French, Christopher P Boire: License mangagement system and license storage key. Prime Computer, David G Conlin, Robert M Asher, May 8, 1990: US04924378 (475 worldwide citation)

A license storage key is provided for securely storing information regarding which licenses have been purchased for a network of computers, how many of each license have been purhcased, and any time limits associated with each license. An application program to be run on a computer must be assigned ...


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Edward L Johnsen: Shopping cart. Robert M Asher, October 5, 1993: US05250789 (373 worldwide citation)

A shopping display system for organizing a shopping list in accordance with the locations of products in a store and for displaying promotions in response to a product being scanned by a product scanner. The shopping list may be generated with the assistance of a cash register tape bearing the produ ...


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Stephen I Gallant: Methods for generating or revising context vectors for a plurality of word stems. HNC, Robert M Asher, June 28, 1994: US05325298 (352 worldwide citation)

A method for generating context vectors for use in a document storage and retrieval system. A context vector is a fixed length list of component values generated to approximate conceptual relationships. A context vector is generated for each word stem. The component values may be manually determined ...


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Stephen I Gallant: Method for document retrieval and for word sense disambiguation using neural networks. Robert M Asher, May 31, 1994: US05317507 (317 worldwide citation)

A method for storing and searching documents also useful in disambiguating word senses and a method for generating a dictionary of context vectors. The dictionary of context vectors provides a context vector for each word stem in the dictionary. A context vector is a fixed length list of component v ...


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Edward L Johnsen: Electronic inventory label and security apparatus. Robert M Asher, September 29, 1992: US05151684 (311 worldwide citation)

A self-contained, reusable, electronic security label device and system wherein a tag device is attached to merchandise for the purpose of security, surveillance, pricing, tracking, accounting and inventory control. The device includes a programmable display for identifying the merchandise and displ ...


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Eric W Brown, Henry T Tai: Infusion pump. I Flow Corporation, Robert M Asher, May 19, 1987: US04666430 (154 worldwide citation)

An infusion pump is disclosed in which a canister of compressed gas is regulated to provide a continuous source of pressure to one or more compressible fluid sources. Valves on the outlets of the sources prevent fluid from escaping except when the valves are opened. The valves are opened by solenoid ...


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Edward L Johnsen, David C Hughes: Encoding and decoding system. C P C Investment Trust, Robert M Asher, December 13, 1988: US04791281 (141 worldwide citation)

A system for processing coupons, documents, or the like including the assembling multiple encoding and decoding of coupons, or other documents requiring coding for the purpose of making the coupon uniquely identifiable and traceable. A machine encodes individual coupons or booklets or other document ...


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Eric W Brown: Programmable infusion pump. I Flow Corporation, Robert M Asher, May 3, 1988: US04741736 (139 worldwide citation)

A cartridge, a control system and an infusion pump provide an infusion system. The cartridge contains one or more flexible compartments and pressure roller for squeezing fluid from the compartments. When there is a plurality of fluid compartments in the cartridge, a multilumen connector is provided ...


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Eric W Brown: Multiple needle holder and subcutaneous multiple channel infusion port. I Flow Corporation, Robert M Asher, September 22, 1987: US04695273 (125 worldwide citation)

A multiple needle holder and multiple channel subcutaneous infusion port are disclosed. The multiple needle holder carries a plurality of needles which are each in separate fluid communication with a lumen of a plurality of lumens in a multilumen catheter. The multiple infusion port includes a septu ...


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Eric W Brown, Charles M Kienholz, Steven J Busak, Wayne Hayob, Ferrell D Papic: Cartridge fed programmable ambulatory infusion pumps powered by DC electric motors. I Flow Corporation, Robert M Asher, July 21, 1992: US05131816 (123 worldwide citation)

A cartridge fed infusion pump containing a plurality of linear peristaltic pumps. Each pump is powered by a direct current motor. The motor has a shaft which rotates to perform a pump cycle. A position encoder mounted on the shaft is used to determine when the shaft has reached the stop position in ...