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Mark Edward Kane, James Francis Shockley, Harrison Thomas Hickenlooper: Train control system and method of controlling a train or trains. Piper Rudnick, Supervisor Patent Prosecution Services, January 8, 2004: US20040006413-A1 (4 worldwide citation)

A train control system includes positioning systems at the end of the train and at the front of the train, allowing the conductor or engineer to unambiguously determine that no cars of the train have become detached. The positioning system at the end of the train is also used to verify that the enti ...


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Jeffrey Douglas Greenberg, Joseph Siegrist, Amen Zwa: Internet telephony for ecommerce. Supervisor Patent Prosecution Services, Piper Marbury Rudnick & Wolfe, November 8, 2001: US20010038624-A1 (2 worldwide citation)

The universal Internet based telephony system is implemented as a process that is accessible via an Internet web page and executes on the web server that hosts the web page and/ora back-end Internet telephony server which is accessed and controlled by the web server. The customer accesses the univer ...


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Joel Brian Derrico, Paul Jonathan Freet: Cluster computer network appliance. Supervisor Patent Prosecution Services, Piper Marbury Rudinick & Wolfe, June 20, 2002: US20020078290-A1 (2 worldwide citation)

A method of mounting a hot-swappable module in a computer network appliance, the module comprising a hot swap connector including ground pins, power pins and signal pins, the computer network appliance including a backplane board having hot swap mating connectors, the method comprising connecting th ...


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Justin Blockton, Tristan Amzallag: Method and system for collecting and providing multimedia content. Supervisor Patent Prosecution Services, Piper Marbury Rudnick & Wolfe, October 11, 2001: US20010029538-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

A method and system for providing a computerized collection of multimedia content provided by providers, to publishers. An identification of digital content to be included in the system is received, and, responsive thereto, a link to the content is stored in a multimedia item record. A multimedia bo ...


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Christopher S Weaver: Method and system for a computer-rendered three-dimensional mannequin. Supervisor Patent Prosecution Services, Piper Marbury Rudnick & Wolfe, February 21, 2002: US20020021297-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

A human body is three-dimensionally reproduced to create a computer-rendered model. The model is dynamically manipulable to adjust or customize the dimensions of the model to specified measurements. Computer renderings of garments are stored in the computer. The model may be “clothed” with one or mo ...


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Yukio Nishimura, Noboru Yamahara, Masafumi Yamamoto, Toru Kajita, Tsutomu Shimokawa, Hiroshi Ito: Radiation-sensitive resin composition. Supervisor Patent Prosecution Services, Piper Marbury Rudnick & Wolfe, January 24, 2002: US20020009668-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

A radiation-sensitive resin composition comprising an acid-labile group-containing resin and a photoacid generator is disclosed. The resin has a structure of the formula (1), 1 wherein R1 represents a hydrogen atom, a monovalent acid-labile group, an alkyl group having 1-6 carbon atoms which does no ...


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Kenichi Yokoyama, Fumihisa Miyajima, Tomoki Nagai, Eiji Yoneda: Radiation-sensitive resin composition. Supervisor Patent Prosecution Services, Piper Rudnick, May 5, 2005: US20050095527-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

A positive tone radiation-sensitive resin composition comprising (A) a 1-substituted imidazole, (B) a photoacid generator, and (C-a) a resin protected by an acid-dissociable group, insoluble or scarcely soluble in alkali, but becoming soluble in alkali when the acid-dissociable group dissociates or ...


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Jun Sung Chun, Mehran Sedigh, Christ Ford: Method of 193 NM photoresist stabilization by the use of ion implantation. Supervisor Patent Prosecution Services, Piper Rudnick, January 15, 2004: US20040009437-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

A method of forming a photoresist includes forming a photoresist and patterning/developing it according to conventional methods. The photoresist is then subjected to ion implantation. The ions may be selected from the group consisting of argon, boron, boron fluoride, arsenic, phosphorous and nitroge ...


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Mark Edward Kane, James Francis Shockley, Harrison Thomas Hickenlooper: Method and system for compensating for wheel wear on a train. Supervisor Patent Prosecution Services, Piper Rudnick, December 4, 2003: US20030225490-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

A method and system for compensating for wheel wear uses position and/or speed information from an independent positioning system to measure some distance over which the train has traveled. Wheel rotation information is also collected over the distance. The wheel rotation information and distance an ...


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Marco Sasselli, Nicolas Pican: Method for securing software updates. Supervisor Patent Prosecution Services, Piper Rudnick, June 3, 2004: US20040107349-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

This invention proposes a method for securing updating software in a plurality of decoders based on the generation of a signature by means of a private asymmetrical key. The updating of a decoder is carried out by downloading, from a managing center, a data block including a patch and its signature, ...