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Sagy Pundak Mintz
Mintz Sagy P, Burns Michael J, Peterson Thomas A: System and method for dynamically changing an electronic trade order quantity. Trading Technologies International, Mintz Sagy P, Burns Michael J, Peterson Thomas A, LAMMERS Nicole E, October 9, 2008: WO/2008/121516 (2 worldwide citation)

A system and methods for dynamically changing a trade order quantity in an electronic trading environment are described herein. According to one example embodiment, an automated trading tool determines if a leaned on quantity of a trading strategy has increased or decreased and if so, dynamically ch ...


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David Sherrer
William K Hogen, Carl E Gaebe, James W Getz, David W Sherrer: Optical assemblies and their methods of formation. Rohm and Haas Electronics Materials, Rohm and Haas Electronic Materials, October 9, 2008: US20080247712-A1

Provided are electronic device packages and their methods of formation. The electronic device packages include an electronic device mounted on a substrate, a conductive via and a locally thinned region in the substrate. The invention finds application, for example, in the electronics industry for he ...


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David Sherrer
David W Sherrer, Jean Marc Rollin: Coaxial transmission line microstructures and methods of formation thereof. Rohm and Haas Electronic Materials, Jonathan D Baskin, Rohm and Haas Electronic Materials, October 9, 2008: US20080246562-A1

Provided are coaxial transmission line microstructures formed by a sequential build process, and methods of forming such microstructures. The microstructures include a transition structure for transitioning between the coaxial transmission line and an electrical connector. The microstructures have p ...


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Belgacem Haba Belgacem (Bel) Haba
Belgacem Haba, Kenneth Allen Honer, David B Tuckerman, Vage Oganesian: Chips having rear contacts connected by through vias to front contacts. Tessera, Tessera, LERNER DAVID et al, October 9, 2008: US20080246136-A1

A microelectronic unit is provided in which front and rear surfaces of a semiconductor element may define a thin region which has a first thickness and a thicker region having a thickness at least about twice the first thickness. A semiconductor device may be present at the front surface, with a plu ...


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James Kraemer Ph.D.
Robert Lee Angell, James R Kraemer: Method and apparatus for decision tree based marketing and selling for a retail store. Duke W Yee, October 9, 2008: US20080249870-A1

A computer implemented method, apparatus, and computer usable program product for decision tree based marketing to a customer in a retail facility. In response to identifying a customer associated with the retail facility, a marketing decision tree for the customer is retrieved. The marketing decisi ...


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James Kraemer Ph.D.
Robert Lee Angell, James R Kraemer: Automatically generating an optimal marketing strategy for improving cross sales and upsales of items. Duke W Yee, October 9, 2008: US20080249837-A1

A computer implemented method, apparatus, and computer usable program product for generating an optimized marketing strategy for improving sales. The process parses event data to identify patterns of events associated with a selection of a selected item by each customer in a plurality of customers a ...


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James Kraemer Ph.D.
Robert Lee Angell, James R Kraemer: Method and apparatus for preferred customer marketing delivery based on biometric data for a customer. Duke W Yee, October 9, 2008: US20080249838-A1

A computer implemented method, apparatus, and computer usable program product for automatically determining a marketing status for a customer. Biometric readings for the customer are received from a set of biometric devices associated with a retail facility to form biometric data describing a set of ...


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James Kraemer Ph.D.
Robert Lee Angell, James R Kraemer: Method and apparatus for presenting disincentive marketing content to a customer based on a customer risk assessment. Duke W Yee, October 9, 2008: US20080249869-A1

A computer implemented method, apparatus, and computer usable program product for managing a level of marketing disincentives directed towards a customer using a risk assessment score. In one embodiment, a risk assessment score for a customer associated with a retail facility is retrieved. The risk ...


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James Kraemer Ph.D.
Robert Lee Angell, James R Kraemer: Method and apparatus for generating a customer risk assessment using dynamic customer data. Duke W Yee, October 9, 2008: US20080249793-A1

A computer implemented method, apparatus, and computer usable program product for generating a customer risk assessment score. In one embodiment, the process parses dynamic data associated with a customer to identify patterns of events. The dynamic data comprises metadata describing an appearance an ...


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James Kraemer Ph.D.
Robert Lee Angell, James R Kraemer: Method and apparatus for preferred customer marketing delivery based on dynamic data for a customer. Duke W Yee, October 9, 2008: US20080249868-A1

A computer implemented method, apparatus, and computer usable program product for automatically determining a marketing status for a customer. In one embodiment, detection data is received from a set of detectors associated with the retail facility. The detection data is processed to form dynamic da ...