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Fergason James Lee: Liquid crystal projector and method. Manchester R & D Partnership, SKLAR Warren A, November 21, 1985: WO/1985/005192

A liquid crystal image forming projector includes a liquid crystal display (314) selectively operable for affecting light incident thereon (325) and an optical device (321, 322) for selectively projecting light affected or not affected by the liquid crystal display (Fig. 12). The liquid crystal disp ...


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Fergason James L: Liquid crystal temperature sensor and materials. Fergason James L, SKLAR Warren A, December 5, 1985: WO/1985/005467

Liquid crystal temperature indicating compositions, preferably absent cholesteric liquid crystal material, and the containing of such compositions in volumes formed in a containment medium (29) that tends to distort the liquid crystal structure (36) when the temperature thereof is below a transition ...


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Roath Alan L, Bacnik James A, Venaleck John T, Venaleck Howard J: Hermaphroditic interconnect system. Ohio Associated Enterprises, SKLAR Warren A, December 27, 1990: WO/1990/016093

An electrical interconnect system (10) employs electrical connectors (11) in which both the housing (or support) (12) and the contact(s) (13) thereof are hermaphroditic, i.e., without gender limitations. Therefore, two such connectors may interconnect with each other. Contacts are arranged in a head ...


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Hull Harry F, Da, Silva Ivan Pereira: Electrolytic processing apparatus and method with time multiplexed power supply. Hull Harry F, Da, Silva Ivan Pereira, SKLAR Warren A, January 10, 1991: WO/1991/000380

Computerized apparatus for electrolytic processing of materials, includes an electrolytic processing bath (12), plural first electrodes (13a - 13f), at least one second electrode (14), and a computerized power supply (20) for supplying time multiplexed power to the electrodes. The power supply may i ...


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Rutenberg Mark R: Neural network based automated cytological specimen classification system and method. Neuromedical Systems, SKLAR Warren A, October 19, 1989: WO/1989/009969

An automated screening system and method for cytological specimen classification in which a neural network (15) is utilized in performance of the classification function. Also included is an automated microscope (11) and associated image processing circuitry (13, 14).


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Safier Richard L, Grasela Michael K, Mowry John, Benedict Michael, Goeltz Theodore W Iii, Henderson Matthew D, Mattlin Steven H: Training method and apparatus with audio and digital signals recording and play back. Integrated Applications, Safier Richard L, Grasela Michael K, Mowry John, Benedict Michael, Goeltz Theodore W Iii, Henderson Matthew D, Mattlin Steven H, SKLAR Warren A, March 8, 1990: WO/1990/002402

Digital and audio record/play apparatus includes a recording means (72, 92) for simultaneously recording in a medium both digital information (91) and audio information (71) and play means for simultaneously playing from said medium both such digital information and such audio information. A method ...


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Luck Randall L, Scott Richard: Morphological classification system and method. Neuromedical Systems, SKLAR Warren A, August 6, 1992: WO/1992/013308

A method of classifying objects in a specimen includes the steps of obtaining a first digital representation of at least part of the cytological specimen, storing the first digital representation, performing a first filtering operation to filter out images in the first representation that are the ap ...


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Proud Ralph A, Hartman John E, Venaleck John T, Ponn Timothy R: Planar fork contact with gold inlay material. Associated Enterprises, SKLAR Warren A, April 14, 1983: WO/1983/001346

An electrical contact (1) of the fork type has substantially parallel and coplanar tines (4, 5) and in the contacting or wiping area (17, 16) of each tine inlay material (14, 15) improves electrical connection thereof with a member inserted to engagement therewith. The noted inlay material, such as ...


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Simic Glavaski Branimir: Molecular electro-optical transistor and switch. Hsg Venture, SKLAR Warren A, April 11, 1985: WO/1985/001617

Observable changes in the electrical and optical characteristics of individual molecules (40) adsorbed on a conductor (41) or semi-conductor (50) caused by the electrical (4) and/or optical excitation (5) or de-excitation of electrons within such molecules can be used as signals which in turn can be ...


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Laipply Thomas C: Alcohol wipe and methods. Laipply Thomas C, SKLAR Warren A, August 1, 1985: WO/1985/003275

An integral alcohol preparation device (10) or like type of fluid applying device includes an absorbent material or pad (11) for containing alcohol or other fluid, a fluid impermeable material, for example of metal foil (20) lined with plastic (21), as a selectively openable fluid tight chamber for ...