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Runhai Lu
Runhai Lu: Admixture for cementitious compositions. Construction Research & Technology, Renner Kenner Greive Bobak Taylor & Weber, July 13, 2004: US06761765 (9 worldwide citation)

An admixture for cementitious compositions for imparting water repellant properties to the cementitious composition. The admixture comprises a polymer, a surfactant, and a hydrophobic material that is an organic ester of an aliphatic carboxylic acid. Also, a cementitious composition comprising cemen ...


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Pavitra Subramaniam, Jason Zoss, Jian Jung Ying, Marc Caltabiano: Method, apparatus, and system for attaching search results. Siebel Systems, James W Soong, Siebel Systems, July 13, 2004: US06763351 (846 worldwide citation)

According to one aspect of the present mechanism, a method is provided in which a search request containing search criteria is received from a first user. A search is performed based on the search criteria to retrieve records in one or more databases that match the search criteria. A list of search ...


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Alfred McZeal Jr: MULTIFUNCTIONAL WORLD WIDE WALKIE TALKIE, A TRI-FREQUENCY CELLULAR-SATELLITE WIRELESS INSTANT MESSENGER COMPUTER AND NETWORK FOR ESTABLISHING GLOBAL WIRELESS VOLP QUALITY OF SERVICE (QOS) COMMUNICATIONS, UNIFIED MESSAGING, AND VIDEO CONFERENCING VIA THE INTERNET. Computer Science Central, July 13, 2004: US06763226 (713 worldwide citation)

World-Wide-Walkie-Talkie, a high speed multifunction interstellar wireless computer/instant messenger communicator, Personal Digital Assistant (PDA), coupled with a resilient, robust, VoIP data network and internet server method, deploying multiple wireless networks and protocols such as Voice Over ...


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Min Zhu, Guanghong Yang, Zheng Yuan, Song Xiang Wei: Remote document serving. Webex Communications, Fish & Richardson P C, July 13, 2004: US06763501 (713 worldwide citation)

An apparatus, method, and computer program product for instant remote document serving. In one implementation, referred to as “remote document serving,” a remote file is converted to a “served document” which is distributed to a member of a data conference for review. In another implementation, refe ...


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Jacques Senegas: Intervertebral implant. Spine Next, Merchant & Gould P C, July 13, 2004: US06761720 (462 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to an intervertebral implant comprising a spacer (


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Mark W Bansemer, James G Nolz: Gaming device having perceived skill. IGT, Bell Boyd & Lloyd, July 13, 2004: US06761632 (336 worldwide citation)

The present invention includes a gaming device wherein a player's skill at an action or event determines or appears to determine the player's success or failure. In reality, a database of information stores a number of successful results, and the game selects an award for each successful r ...


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Ronald Adams, Michael Banik, Charles Pugsley: Controllable endoscopic sheath apparatus and related method of use. SciMed Life Systems, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner L, July 13, 2004: US06761685 (320 worldwide citation)

A controllable sheath for optimizing the control of surgical instruments at the operation site includes a flexible sheath surrounding an endoscope and including a lumen extending along the walls of the sheath and adjacent to the endoscope. The lumen permits the passage of surgical instruments from t ...


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Kevin M Conley: Partial block data programming and reading operations in a non-volatile memory. SanDisk Corporation, Parsons Hsue & de Runtz, July 13, 2004: US06763424 (283 worldwide citation)

Data in less than all of the pages of a non-volatile memory block are updated by programming the new data in unused pages of either the same or another block. In order to prevent having to copy unchanged pages of data into the new block, or to program flags into superceded pages of data, the pages o ...


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Sarah E Kim, R Scott List, Scot A Kellar: Process of vertically stacking multiple wafers supporting different active integrated circuit (IC) devices. Intel Corporation, Jay Beale, July 13, 2004: US06762076 (262 worldwide citation)

A method of vertically stacking wafers is provided to form three-dimensional (3D) wafer stack. Such method comprising: selectively depositing a plurality of metallic lines on opposing surfaces of adjacent wafers; bonding the adjacent wafers, via the metallic lines, to establish electrical connection ...


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Jeff R Justis, Michael C Sherman: Superelastic spinal stabilization system and method. SDGI Holdings, Woodard Emhardt Moriarity McNett & Henry, July 13, 2004: US06761719 (246 worldwide citation)

A device for stabilizing at least a portion of the spinal column, including a longitudinal member sized to span a distance between at least two vertebral bodies and being at least partially formed of a shape-memory material exhibiting pseudoelastic characteristics at about human body temperature. A ...



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