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Yvan Korshun: Security device for controlling the access to a personal computer or to a computer terminal. C SAM, Silverman Cass & Singer, September 14, 1999: US05952641 (284 worldwide citation)

The mouse of the computer is equipped with a reader of an access code located in one or a set of chipcards for users. The reader is connected to an antenna equipping the mouse so that the user has only to present his card to the mouse inside the influence zone of the antenna for obtaining that the a ...


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Harold J Weber: Indicia recognition apparatus. Coulter Systems Corporation, Silverman Cass & Singer, October 19, 1982: US04355300 (211 worldwide citation)

Method and device for detecting the presence or the absence of conductive indicia carried by a supporting substrate which together comprise a security document, for the purpose of ascertaining the genuineness, value or other selected characteristic represented by said indicia. The indicia material i ...


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Rollin K Daniel: Anastomotic coupling means capable of end-to-end and end-to-side anastomosis. Rollin K Daniel P S C, Silverman Cass & Singer, June 18, 1985: US04523592 (211 worldwide citation)

Anastomotic coupling means capable of both end-to-end and end-to-side anastomosis without resorting to suturing. A pair of coupling disc members cooperate to couple the vessels, one of the members having spaced apart hook members and the other member having receptor cavities aligned with said hook m ...


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Lawrence M Soja, Daniel F Stokes, Richard W Beile: Display carton. Stone Container Corporation, Silverman Cass & Singer, September 12, 1978: US04113100 (209 worldwide citation)

A display carton formed from a foldable, integral paperboard blank having top, front, bottom and rear walls joined together, each of said walls including a pair of side flaps hingedly connected to opposite ends thereof to form a display carton. The front and rear walls include a tear strip extending ...


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Mack J Fulwyler, C William Hatcher: Method for producing uniform particles. Coulter Electronics, Silverman Cass & Singer, July 24, 1979: US04162282 (161 worldwide citation)

Uniform particles are produced by introducing a laminar stream of a core liquid into a laminar flowing body of an immiscible sheath liquid. The core liquid or the sheath liquid, or both liquids, can contain one or more materials dispersed (dissolved or suspended) in them from which the uniform parti ...


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Block Carol: Method and apparatus for photoepilation. Carol Block, Silverman & Cass, September 10, 1974: US3834391 (144 worldwide citation)

Photoepilation apparatus comprises a needle or probe carrying a single protected optical fiber which is supported throughout its length adapted to be connected into a photoepilation system including a gaseous discharge source of light energy. The free end of the probe is tapered with a gradual taper ...


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Rolf E Rothfjell: Method of securing simple codes. Esselte Security Systems, Silverman Cass & Singer, May 20, 1986: US04590366 (136 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a method of securing simple codes (5), which are built-up of a plurality of lines, symbols or patterns, which are readable by a machine, and which codes (5) are intended to be located on documents (2), valuable documents or marked units.


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Richard A Flasck, Benny Irwin, Scott H Holmberg: Method of illuminating flat panel displays to provide CRT appearing displays. Alphasil, Silverman Cass Singer & Winburn, June 27, 1989: US04842378 (130 worldwide citation)

LCD screen illumination is provided by a neon tube formed to fit closely adjacent the screen. A tube formed to fit around the periphery of the screen shielded from the viewer's eyes can be utilized to front light the screen. A serpentine shaped tube can be placed adjacent the back of the screen to b ...


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Guenter Ginsberg, Thomas Horne: System and program for chemical reaction observation with a moving photometer. Coulter Electronics, Silverman Cass & Singer, June 30, 1981: US04276051 (122 worldwide citation)

System and program for measuring progressively the absorbance changes of a large number of aliquots from a plurality of different samples in a continuous processing mode. A plurality of routine samples are maintained in an ordered sequence in a sample tray which may be moved to a first sample pick u ...


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Carol B Rohr: Method and apparatus for photoepiltion. Carol Block, Silverman Cass & Singer, September 2, 1986: US04608978 (108 worldwide citation)

The certain quantity of light energy sufficient to effect lifelessness in each of a particular type of hairs, such as is found in a face, arm or back, is provided to the tip of a hand held probe each time a switch is closed, independent of the duration of the switch closure. This relieves the electr ...