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Serge Le Gonidec
Serge Le Gonidec: Device for controlling a regulated system, and an engine including such a device. Snecma, Weingarten Schurgin Gagnebin & Lebovici, September 10, 2009: US20090228117-A1

This device for controlling at least one operating variable of a regulated system comprising: a filter module for filtering at least one setpoint input to the control device, the module using a first order integrator; and a correction module for correcting the variable by servo-control, the module t ...


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James Kraemer Ph.D.
Robert L Angell, James R Kraemer: Detection of Unplanned Waste Stream Diversion Using RFIDs. Dillon & Yudell, September 10, 2009: US20090224915-A1

Unplanned waste stream diversions are detected through the use of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) tags. Input bulk material coming into the facility is laced with multiple RFID tags, which are suspended in a colloidal state in the input bulk material. Incoming RFID tags are counted, and then r ...


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James Kraemer Ph.D.
Robert L Angell, James R Kraemer: Tracking Genetically Modified Organisms with RFIDs. Dillon & Yudell, September 10, 2009: US20090224916-A1

A Genetically Modified Organism (GMO) is tracked using Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) tags. A bulk load of GMOs, which is intended for consumption by livestock only, is laced with RFID tags at or near a time of harvest. If the RFID tags appear in a product that is intended for human consumpti ...


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James Kraemer Ph.D.
Robert L Angell, James R Kraemer: Detection of Toxic Waste Using RFIDs. Dillon & Yudell, September 10, 2009: US20090224917-A1

Toxic waste is laced with Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) tags. Subsequently, wherever the RFID tags are detected in an area, a conclusion is drawn that there is a presence, either past or present, of the toxic waste in the area.


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James Kraemer Ph.D.
Robert L Angell, James R Kraemer: Qualitative/Quantitative Analysis of a Material Using RFIDs. Dillon & Yudell, September 10, 2009: US20090224919-A1

Unpackaged bulk material is made up of components that have been laced with RFID tags. By interrogating the RFID tags, the different components are identified and quantified, thus providing a quick assay of the bulk material.


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James Kraemer Ph.D.
Robert L Angell, James R Kraemer: Environmentally Sensitive Electronic Device. Dillon & Yudell, September 10, 2009: US20090224883-A1

An electronic device has at least one component that is coated with a material that is non-persistent if exposed to a specific environmental condition. If the coating is stripped off by the specific environmental condition, the previously coated component's function is altered, causing a functionali ...


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James Kraemer Ph.D.
Robert Lee Angell, James R Kraemer: Detecting Behavioral Deviations by Measuring Respiratory Patterns in Cohort Groups. International Business Machines Corporation, Duke W Yee, September 10, 2009: US20090226043-A1

A computer implemented method, apparatus, and computer usable program code for detecting behavioral deviations in members of a cohort group. In one embodiment, a member of a cohort group is identified. Each member of the cohort group shares a common characteristic. Respiratory metadata associated wi ...


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Henry McKelvey, MIS
Henry A MCKELVEY, Jimmie D PETERMAN, Rose M UNDERWOOD, Emory L YOUNG: Method, system, and device for resetting network elements. Verizon Services, Verizon, Patent Management Group, September 10, 2009: US20090228696-A1

A system and method in accordance with exemplary embodiments may include detecting a fault associated with a network element that is communicatively coupled to a network. After detecting the fault, the network element may receive a reset signal in response to the fault detection. After receiving the ...


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William H. Gates III
Lowell L Wood JR, Clarence T Tegreene, William H Gates III, Roderick A Hyde: Injectable controlled release fluid delivery system. Searete a liability corporation of th State of Delaware, Searete, September 10, 2009: US20090227988-A1

Embodiments of a material delivery device including a deformable reservoir and associated controllable output mechanism are described. Methods of use and control of the device are also disclosed. According to some embodiments, a material delivery device may be placed in an animal in order to control ...


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Jong San CHANG, Young Kyu HWANG, Sung Hwa JHUNG, Do Young HONG, You Kyung SEO, Gerard FEREY, Christian SERRE: Method for preparing porous organic-inorganic hybrid materials, porous organic-inorganic hybrid materials obtained by the method and catalytic uses of the materials. Korea Research Institute of Chemical Technology, Lahive & Cockfield, Floor 30 Suite 3000, September 10, 2009: US20090227446-A1

The present invention relates to a method for preparing iron-containing porous organic-inorganic hybrid materials where the organic compound ligand is bonded to a central metal and has a large surface area and pores of molecular size or nano size, by irradiating microwaves instead of heat treatments ...