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Robert Filepp, Michael L Gordon, Alexander W Bidwell, Francis C Young, Allan M Wolf, Sam Meo, Duane Tiemann, Robert D Cohen, Mel Bellar, Kenneth H Appleman, Lawrence Abrahams, Michael J Silfen: Reception system for an interactive computer network and method of operation. Prodigy Services Company, Paul C Scifo, September 13, 1994: US05347632 (1032 worldwide citation)

An interactive computer system network enables a user to display desired information, such as news, financial and cultural information, and perform desired transactional services, such as banking and shopping, through any of a plurality of types of personal computers. User inputs are received by the ...


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Tohei Nitta: Animated electronic meeting place. Mitsubishi Electric Research Laboratories, Robert K Tendler, September 13, 1994: US05347306 (722 worldwide citation)

A network-based animated electronic meeting place is provided for business meetings, education, simulated classrooms, casual encounters, personal meetings, art auctions, parties and game playing, which includes a terminal for each participant on the network and local prestored animation graphics, wi ...


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Rex A Flynn, Peter G Anick: System for reconstructing prior versions of indexes using records indicating changes between successive versions of the indexes. Digital Equipment Corporation, Kenyon & Kenyon, September 13, 1994: US05347653 (708 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for providing an historical perspective into a database of information objects through an efficient method and apparatus for versioning information objects stored in a database as well as an index representative of the information objects is disclosed. The latest versions of e ...


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Todd Agulnick, Robert Carr, Tony Hoeber, S Jerrold Kaplan, David R Low, Michael Ouye: Control of a computer through a position-sensed stylus. GO Corporation, Matthew C Rainey, Amir H Raubvogel, September 13, 1994: US05347295 (452 worldwide citation)

A notebook computer which is controlled by a stylus executing gestures on the computer screen. The stylus and the computer include complementary electronic circuitry by which the proximity of the stylus tip to the computer is sensed. The proximity sensing is used to detect to approach of the stylus ...


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Mark L Pomeranz, Mir A Imran: Apparatus with basket assembly for endocardial mapping. Cardiac Pathways Corporation, Flehr Hohbach Test Albritton & Herbert, September 13, 1994: US05345936 (367 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for mapping the wall of a chamber of the heart having blood therein. The apparatus includes a flexible elongate tubular member having proximal and distal extremities and at least one lumen extending therethrough. A basket assembly is carried by the distal extremity of the flexible elong ...


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Refik Molva, Gene Tsudik: Authentication method and system with a smartcard. International Business Machines Corporation, A P Tennent, September 13, 1994: US05347580 (311 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a novel smartcard-based authentication technique using a smartcard that encrypts the time displayed on the card with a secret, cryptographically strong key. The (public) work station receives as input certain values defining the user, the card and a particular value derived ...


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John C Carson, Ronald J Indin, Stuart N Shanken: Module comprising IC memory stack dedicated to and structurally combined with an IC microprocessor chip. Irvine Sensors Corporation, Thomas J Plante, September 13, 1994: US05347428 (275 worldwide citation)

A computer module is disclosed in which a stack of glued together IC memory chips is structurally integrated with a microprocessor chip. The memory provided by the stack is dedicated to the microprocessor chip. The microprocessor and its memory stack may be connected either by glue and/or by solder ...


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Mark Ortiz, Joseph Paraschac: Intraluminal manipulator with a head having articulating links. Ethicon, Paul A Coletti, September 13, 1994: US05346504 (272 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed towards an intraluminal manipulator which extends into a lumen and is operable to position and manipulate the tissue surrounding the lumen as necessary during a medical procedure. The manipulator includes a head, a handle and an interconnecting shaft. A pair of cabl ...


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William S Hodgson, Jagdish C Dhuwalia, Russell Pflueger: Dual coil guidewire with radiopaque distal tip. Baxter International, Raymond Sun, Debra Condino, September 13, 1994: US05345945 (270 worldwide citation)

A guidewire having a centrally located core wire about which is mounted a single outer helical coil spring. The core wire is typically longer than the outer helical coil spring, with the helical coil spring and core wire having common distal ends. The spring is brazed at both its distal and proximal ...



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