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Erwin Meinders
Meinders Erwin R, Hellmig Joachim W, Langereis Gerardus R: Method for two dimensional control of mark size on an optical disc, write strategy for such a method, recording medium and recorder using two dimensional control of mark size. Koninklijke Philips Electronics, Meinders Erwin R, Hellmig Joachim W, Langereis Gerardus R, SCHOUTEN Marcus M, September 16, 2004: WO/2004/079726

An optical recording method is disclosed for writing a two-dimensional data pattern in a phase-change disc, i.e. a optical disc with a phase change material. The effect of thermal cross-erase is used by using the sides of the diffraction limited laser spot to heat up the adjacent track such that pre ...


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Hauttmann Stefan, Maring Wolfram, Holzapfel Steffen: Electron optical apparatus, x-ray emitting device and method of producing an electron beam. Philips Intellectual Property & Standards, Koninklijke Philips Electronics, Hauttmann Stefan, Maring Wolfram, Holzapfel Steffen, SCHOUTEN Marcus M, April 17, 2008: WO/2008/044194 (79 worldwide citation)

It is described an electron optical arrangement, a X-ray emitting device and a method of creating an electron beam. An electron optical apparatus (1) comprises the following components along an optical axis (25): a cathode with an emitter (3) having a substantially planar surface (9) for emitting el ...


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Trovato Karen I, Tuyls Pim T, Routh Helen F, Shimizu Jeff, Dijksman Johan F, Pierik Anke, Rensen Judith M, Zou Hans: System and method for pill communication and control. Koninklijke Philips Electronics, Trovato Karen I, Tuyls Pim T, Routh Helen F, Shimizu Jeff, Dijksman Johan F, Pierik Anke, Rensen Judith M, Zou Hans, SCHOUTEN Marcus M, October 9, 2008: WO/2008/120156 (71 worldwide citation)

A pill (10), associated parts; and method of operating the same, includes an ingestible shell (12), a medicine reservoir (14) or other treatment, sampling or sensing mechanism in the shell, a real-time clock for facilitating timed events, and a processor (26) in the shell. The processor is communica ...


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Weese Juergen, Groth Alexandra, Bredno Joerg: System for the determination of vessel geometry and flow characteristics. Koninklijke Philips Electronics, Philips Intellectual Property & Standards, Weese Juergen, Groth Alexandra, Bredno Joerg, SCHOUTEN Marcus M, August 10, 2006: WO/2006/082558 (54 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a method and a system for the simultaneous reconstruction of the three-dimensional vessel geometry and the flow characteristics in a vessel system. According to one realization of the method, vessel segments (41) of a parametric models are fitted to differently oriented X-ra ...


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Jandt Uwe, Schaefer Dirk, Grass Michael: Method for acquiring 3-dimensional images of coronary vessels, particularly of coronary veins. Philips Intellectual Property & Standards, Koninklijke Philips Electronics, Jandt Uwe, Schaefer Dirk, Grass Michael, SCHOUTEN Marcus M, January 15, 2009: WO/2009/007910 (54 worldwide citation)

A method and an apparatus for acquiring 3-dimensional images of coronary vessels (11), particularly of coronary veins, is proposed. 2-dimensional X-ray images (13) are acquired within a same phase of a cardiac motion. Then, a 3- dimensional centerline model (15) is generated based on these 2-dimensi ...


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Fong Shannon, Cross Brett, Solosko Thomas, Bishay Jon, Mauser Corinne: Cellphone handset with cover for an ecg monitoring system. Koninklijke Philips Electronics, Fong Shannon, Cross Brett, Solosko Thomas, Bishay Jon, Mauser Corinne, SCHOUTEN Marcus M, September 17, 2009: WO/2009/112976 (51 worldwide citation)

An ECG monitoring system for ambulatory patients includes a small multi-electrode patch that adhesively attaches to the chest of a patient. A reusable battery-powered ECG monitor clips onto the patch and receives patient electrical signals from the electrodes of the patch. A processor continuously p ...


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Schmidt Ralf, Such Olaf, Reichinger Christian, Perkuhn Michael, Reiter Harald, Montvay Andras, Lauter Josef: A wearable device for bioelectrical interaction with motion artifact correction means. Koninklijke Philips Electronics, Philips Intellectual Property & Standards, Schmidt Ralf, Such Olaf, Reichinger Christian, Perkuhn Michael, Reiter Harald, Montvay Andras, Lauter Josef, SCHOUTEN Marcus M, June 24, 2004: WO/2004/052190 (50 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a wearable device arranged for enabling a bioelectrical interaction with an individual when being brought into contact with the individual's skin I, said device comprising electrodes 2 arranged to carry out said interaction by means of a first electrical signal, said electro ...


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Crawford Michael, Kao Chuni, Fong Shannon, Wartena Frank, Bishay Jon, Hansen Kim: Cellphone handset with a custom control program for an egg monitoring system. Koninklijke Philips Electronics, Crawford Michael, Kao Chuni, Fong Shannon, Wartena Frank, Bishay Jon, Hansen Kim, SCHOUTEN Marcus M, September 17, 2009: WO/2009/112979 (46 worldwide citation)

An ECG monitoring system for ambulatory patients includes a small multi-electrode patch that adhesively attaches to the chest of a patient. A reusable battery-powered ECG monitor clips onto the patch and receives patient electrical signals from the electrodes of the patch. A processor continuously p ...


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Bishay Jon, Solosko Thomas, Herleikson Earl, Mauser Corinne, Sweet Cameron, Kwong Samuel, Kona Himavalli, Kao Chuni, Fong Shannon: A method for refurbishing ecg monitoring systems. Koninklijke Philips Electronics, Bishay Jon, Solosko Thomas, Herleikson Earl, Mauser Corinne, Sweet Cameron, Kwong Samuel, Kona Himavalli, Kao Chuni, Fong Shannon, SCHOUTEN Marcus M, September 17, 2009: WO/2009/112978 (44 worldwide citation)

An ECG monitoring system for ambulatory patients includes a small multi-electrode patch that adhesively attaches to the chest of a patient. A reusable battery-powered ECG monitor clips onto the patch and receives patient electrical signals from the electrodes of the patch. ECG data is sent to a cell ...


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Wengler Mark C, Fischer Alexander: 3d segmentation by voxel classification based on intensity histogram thresholding initialised by k-means clustering. Koninklijke Philips Electronics, Philips Intellectual Property & Standards, Wengler Mark C, Fischer Alexander, SCHOUTEN Marcus M, February 7, 2008: WO/2008/015625 (37 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to rearranging a cluster map of voxels in an image aiming at the reduction of sub-cluster scatter. The cluster map that includes two or more cluster levels is displayed to the user along with the distribution of the voxels within each respective cluster levels. The aim is to e ...