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Cynthia Hoover
David M Thompson, Cynthia A Hoover: Asymmetric group 8 (VIII) metallocene compounds. Praxair Technology, Gerald L Coon, July 19, 2005: US06919468 (3 worldwide citation)

Asymmetric, disubstituted metallocene compounds have the general formula CpMCp′ where M is a metal selected from the group consisting of Ru, Os and Fe; Cp is a first substituted cyclopentadienyl or indenyl moiety that includes at least one substituent group D1; Cp′ is a second substituted cyclopenta ...


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Maged Beshai
Maged E Beshai: Global distributed switch. Nortel Networks, Steubing McGuiness & Manaras, July 19, 2005: US06920131 (7 worldwide citation)

A flexible global distributed switch adapted for wide geographical coverage with an end-to-end capacity that scales to several Petabits per second (Pb/s), while providing grade-of-service and quality-of-service control, is constructed from packet-switching edge modules and channel-switching core mod ...


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Kees Schouhamer Immink
Kornelis Antoine Schouhamer Immink: Transmission system. Koninklijke Philips Electronics, Steven R Petersen, July 19, 2005: US06920184 (3 worldwide citation)

The transmission system according to the invention comprises a transmitter (10) and a receiver (1 2). The transmitter (10) can transmit datawords via a multicarrier signal (11) to the receiver (12). In order to reduce the crest factor of this multicarrier signal (11) the transmitter (10) comprises a ...


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Elson Dias da Silva: Irrigation and drainage based on hydrodynamic unsaturated fluid flow. Tubarc Technologies, Kermit D Lopez, Luis M Ortiz, Ortiz & Lopez PLLC, July 19, 2005: US06918404 (655 worldwide citation)

Irrigation and drainage systems are disclosed, including a saturated zone and at least one pipe in communication with the saturated zone. The pipe(s) can be configured to comprise a tubarc porous microstructure for conducting water from the saturated zone to an unsaturated zone in order to drain the ...


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Ammar Al Ali, Yassir Abdul Hafiz: Optical sensor including disposable and reusable elements. Masimo Corporation, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, July 19, 2005: US06920345 (478 worldwide citation)

A pulse oximetry sensor includes reusable and disposable elements. To assemble the sensor, the reusable element is snapped or slid within assembly mechanisms of the disposable element. In one embodiment, the reusable element includes protrusions while the disposable element includes tabs which recei ...


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Michael Cheiky, Peter Gately: Photo realistic talking head creation system and method. AvaWorks Incorporated, Marvin E Jacobs, July 19, 2005: US06919892 (328 worldwide citation)

A photo realistic talking head creation system and method comprising: a template; a video camera having an image output signal of a subject; a mixer for mixing the template and the image output signal of the subject into a composite image, and an output signal representational of the composite image ...


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Paul Weschler: Mechanism and method for managing service-specified data in a profile service. Sun Microsystems, Stuart T Langley, William J Kubida, Hogan & Hartson, July 19, 2005: US06920455 (235 worldwide citation)

A profiling service for accessing user data. The profiling service includes a hierarchical structure of profile objects. Each profile object contains true-data attributes and meta-data attributes associated to the true-data attributes. Methods in the profiling service allow a client to access user d ...


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David S Breed: Low power remote asset monitoring. Intelligent Technologies International, Brian Roffe, July 19, 2005: US06919803 (229 worldwide citation)

Arrangement for monitoring an asset including an interior sensor system arranged on the asset to obtain information about contents in the interior of the asset, a location determining system arranged on the asset to monitor the location of the asset and a communication system arranged on the asset a ...


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Michael R Hatch, Jonathan A Eppstein, Stuart McRae: Attribute compensation for analyte detection and/or continuous monitoring. SpectRx, Altea Technologies, Needle & Rosenberg PC, July 19, 2005: US06918874 (228 worldwide citation)

A system and method for detecting a measuring an analyte in a biological fluid of an animal. A harvesting device (10) is provided suitable for positioning on the surface of tissue of an animal to harvest biological fluid therefrom. The harvesting device (10) comprises an analyte sensor (50) position ...