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Joseph F Walsh, David H Boydston: Handheld remote computer control and methods for secured interactive real-time telecommunications. Weiss Jensen Ellis & Howard, Weiss Jensen Ellis & Howard, November 7, 2000: US06144848 (749 worldwide citation)

An interactive bi-directional telecommunication method using a handheld low power user device to access a host computer server along a telecommunication path, and to command the host computer server to transmit audio and/or visual reports to the user device. A system for host computer ordering of co ...


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Joe Walsh: System for detecting unauthorized account access. E Comm Incorporated, Weiss Jensen Ellis & Howard, December 9, 1997: US05696824 (98 worldwide citation)

A method and system for detecting unauthorized account access. The system may operate in conjunction with known methods of remote access authentication. The system provides a unique account for each authorized person (i.e., each user) and a system sequence number and a user sequence number for each ...


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Joseph F Walsh, David H Boydston: Low power telecommunication controller for a host computer server. E Comm Incorporated, Weiss Jensen Ellis & Howard, July 18, 2000: US06089456 (49 worldwide citation)

A handheld low power user device for accessing and controlling interactive bidirectional real time telecommunications with a host server over a telecommunication path, the handheld low power user device having a low power sleep mode and components including a communication transceiver, a microproces ...


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Doug A Crews, Richard J Richings: Accurate, multi-axis, computer-controlled object projection machine. Chin Music, Weiss Jensen Ellis & Howard, July 4, 2000: US06082350 (29 worldwide citation)

An accurate-automated-multi-axis machine for projecting objects. Multiple axes are employed to impart predetermined velocities and rotational components to the projected object. Projection of the object may be synchronized with a displayed video image to simulate the throwing of an object.


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Roberto R Garcia: Unibeam trailer chassis. Panderra Enterprises, Weiss Jensen Ellis & Howard, March 3, 1998: US05722688 (28 worldwide citation)

A unibeam chassis with at least two longitudinal unibeam members and two lateral unibeam members each of which members being joined the one to the other by a single contiguous uniflange, wherein each of the two longitudinal unibeams comprises a longitudinal web, a longitudinal flange, and the unifla ...


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Juergen Haas: Method and system for computationally identifying clusters within a set of sequences. Gene Logic, Weiss Jensen Ellis & Howard, August 29, 2000: US06109776 (15 worldwide citation)

A method and system for computationally analyzing an initial set of patterns in order to identify subsets of patterns, called clusters, that contain common sub-patterns. The patterns of the initial set of patterns are represented as linear sequences of subunits, and the common sub-patterns occur as ...


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Rodner R Winget: Anti-inflammatory compositions containing monogalactosyl dieicosapentaenoyl glycerol and methods of relating thereto. John S Weiss Jensen Ellis & Howard Sundsmo, April 15, 1997: US05620962 (10 worldwide citation)

Disclosed are topical anti-inflammatory compositions containing 0.1% to 10% by weight of a monogalactosyl dieicosapentaenoyl glycerol having esterified eicosapentaenoic acid residues (MGDG-EPA); anti-inflammatory compositions are formulated using a purified microalgal lipid preparation containing 30 ...


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Doug A Crews, Richard J Richings: Projection screen with movable shutter. Chin Music, Weiss Jensen Ellis & Howard, August 29, 2000: US06111693 (2 worldwide citation)

A projection screen for displaying projected images with a movable shutter that can be positioned and opened at any location within a large rectangular area of the surface of the projection screen. Physical objects and light signals may pass through the open shutter. When the shutter is closed, the ...


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Douglas A Freund: Apparatus for applying powders to animals. Weiss Jensen Ellis & Howard, June 9, 1998: US05762027 (1 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for the application of powder-type medication to small animals including cats, small dogs, rabbits, hamsters, guinea pigs, etc. The apparatus consists of at least one piece of material cut into a selected configuration, when constructed will secure the animal with at least the head exte ...


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