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Anthony A Marnell II: Electronic gaming apparatus and method. Quirk & Tratos, February 28, 1995: US05393057 (1019 worldwide citation)

An electronic gaming apparatus (21) including an electronic primary gaming device (22), such as a poker gaming device or slot machine and an electronic secondary gaming device (23). The electronic poker gaming device (22) is electrically coupled to the electronic secondary gaming device (23), and th ...


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Jon Manship, Michel Vinneau, David Ross, Nathalie Hache, Charles Maillet: Video gaming machine. SPIELO Manufacturing Incorporated, Spencer Frank & Schneider, February 28, 1995: US05393061 (598 worldwide citation)

A video slot machine includes a display screen on which the wheels of a slot machine are simulated. The display screen is divided into an array of cells with each cell displaying an individual game element selected randomly from a group of available game elements during a game play. Pay-out lines ar ...


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David T Green, Henry Bolanos, Keith Ratcliff: Surgical stapler apparatus. United States Surgical Corporation, February 28, 1995: US05392979 (530 worldwide citation)

The end-to-end anastomosis apparatus is provided with a mounting means which can receive a trocar for making holes in tissue and, subsequently, an anvil shaft for the mounting of an anvil assembly for stapling purposes. The anvil shaft is provided with splines which cooperate with splines on a shell ...


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John A Edmond, Vladimir Dmitriev, Kenneth Irvine: Buffer structure between silicon carbide and gallium nitride and resulting semiconductor devices. Cree Research, Bell Seltzer Park & Gibson, February 28, 1995: US05393993 (444 worldwide citation)

A transition crystal structure is disclosed for providing a good lattice and thermal match between a layer of single crystal silicon carbide and a layer of single crystal gallium nitride. The transition structure comprises a buffer formed of a first layer of gallium nitride and aluminum nitride, and ...


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Michael Gratzel, David Fraser, Shaik M Zakeeruddin, Mohammed K Nazeeruddin: Mono, bis or tris(substituted 2,2-bipyridine) iron, ruthenium, osmium or vanadium complexes and their methods of preparation. Asulab, February 28, 1995: US05393903 (363 worldwide citation)

Mono, bis and tris(substituted 2,2'-bipyridine) complexes of iron, ruthenium, osmium or vanadium are described wherein the bipyridine is substituted by a hydroxy or alkoxy group, or a primary, secondary or tertiary amine group.


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Floyd E Ross: Hub for segmented virtual local area network with shared media access. Ascom Timeplex Trading, Irwin Ostroff, Robert B Ardis, February 28, 1995: US05394402 (356 worldwide citation)

A hub for a segmented virtual local area network with shared media access has at least one internal port for receiving and transmitting digital data messages within the hub and may have at least one external port for receiving and transmitting digital data messages external to the hub. The hub furth ...


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Scott H Clearwater: Auction-based control system for energy resource management in a building. Xerox Corporation, Oliff & Berridge, February 28, 1995: US05394324 (345 worldwide citation)

An auction-based apparatus and method for supplying temperature conditioned air. Each room in an office building makes a bid based on a difference between an actual temperature of the room and a desired temperature of the room. Each room submits the respective bid to a centralized computer that cons ...


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Grant A Davidson: Adaptive-block-length, adaptive-transforn, and adaptive-window transform coder, decoder, and encoder/decoder for high-quality audio. Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation, Thomas A Gallagher, David N Lathrop, February 28, 1995: US05394473 (291 worldwide citation)

The invention relates in general to high-quality low bit-rate digital transform coding and decoding of information corresponding to audio signals such as music signals. More particularly, the invention relates to signal analysis/synthesis in coding and decoding. The invention can optimize the trade ...


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Harold J Vinegar, Eric P De Rouffignac, Carlos A Glandt, Thomas Mikus, Mark A Beckemeier: Oil recovery process. Shell Oil Company, Del S Christensen, February 28, 1995: US05392854 (280 worldwide citation)

A process to recover oil is provided wherein an oil containing subterranean formation is heated by conductive heat transfer. The high temperature levels of this process result in high recoveries of initial oil in place, and recovery of the oil within a short time period. This process is particularly ...



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