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James Kraemer Ph.D.
Robert R Friedlander, James R Kraemer: Inference of anomalous behavior of members of cohorts and associate actors related to the anomalous behavior. International Business Machines Corporation, Yee & Associates P C, September 28, 2010: US07805391 (54 worldwide citation)

Inferring a probability of a first inference absent from a database at which a query regarding the inference is received. The first inference relates to identifying anomalous behavior of cohorts members, which identification can be used to identify crimes that are particularly difficult to detect, s ...


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James Kraemer Ph.D.
Robert R Friedlander, Richard A Hennessy, James R Kraemer: System and method for deriving a hierarchical event based database optimized for analysis of complex accidents. International Business Machines Corporation, Yee & Associates P C, John R Pivnichny, September 28, 2010: US07805390 (41 worldwide citation)

A computer implemented method, apparatus, and computer usable program code for inferring a probability of a first inference absent from a database at which a query regarding the inference is received. Each datum of the database is conformed to the dimensions of the database. Each datum of the plural ...


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Michael P Whitman: System and method for calibrating a surgical instrument. Power Medical Interventions, September 28, 2010: US07803151 (279 worldwide citation)

A calibration system for a surgical instrument. The calibration system includes an actuator, such as a motor system and a flexible shaft. The calibration system also includes a surgical instrument actuatable by the actuator. The calibration system also include calibration data corresponding to the s ...


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Shlomo Gabbay: Method of implantation of a heart valve prosthesis through a tubular catheter. Tarolli Sundheim Covell & Tummino, September 28, 2010: US07803185 (242 worldwide citation)

A method of implanting a heart valve prosthesis is disclosed. A valve is mounted within a support apparatus that is deformable between an expanded and a reduced cross-sectional condition. The prosthesis can be implanted into a patient's heart, such as during a direct vision procedure through a gener ...


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Steven Paul Nohr: Identifications and communications methods. Seed IP Law Group PLLC, September 28, 2010: US07802724 (231 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to improved methods and forms for automatically and non-unobtrusively to detect, without human interpretation, the identification of people(s), object(s), and other, with various methods utilized in connection to creating, storing, adding, connecting, modifying, sharing, inputt ...


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Timothy M Simon, Blaine M Smith, Matthew T Fisher: Thermostat operation method and apparatus. Tim Simon, James F Hann, Haynes Boone & Wolfeld, September 28, 2010: US07802618 (147 worldwide citation)

A thermostat may be placed in a heating mode when the sensed temperature is less than the lowest of the heating and cooling target temperatures by a first amount and may be placed in a cooling mode when the sensed temperature is greater than the highest of the heating and cooling target temperatures ...


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Dennis W Hogg, Jonas A Goode, Tuyen V Trinh: Setting an operating bias current for a magnetoresistive head using ratio of target voltage and measured voltage. Western Digital Technologies, Howard H Sheerin Esq, September 28, 2010: US07804657 (139 worldwide citation)

A method is disclosed for setting an operating bias current for a magnetoresistive (MR) element. A bias current is applied to the MR element, and a voltage across the MR element is measured corresponding to the bias current. The bias current is then adjusted in response to the bias current multiplie ...


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Mehmet Bayindir, Fabien Sorin, Ayman F Abouraddy, Ofer Shapira, Jeremy R Arnold, Yoel Fink, John D Joannopoulos: Thermal sensing fiber devices. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Theresa A Lober, September 28, 2010: US07805029 (137 worldwide citation)

There is provided a feedback-controlled self-heat-monitoring fiber, including an insulator having a fiber length with at least one metal-semiconductor-metal thermal sensing element along the fiber length and disposed at a position in a cross section of the fiber for sensing changes in fiber temperat ...


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Charles E Taylor, Andrew J Parker, Shek Fai Lau, Eric C Blair, Andrew Heninger, Eric Ng: Robot vacuum with internal mapping system. Sharper Image Acquisition, Arent Fox, September 28, 2010: US07805220 (134 worldwide citation)

A robot cleaner is described that cleans a room using a serpentine room clean and a serpentine localized clean. Sensors can include an object following sensor, a stairway detector and bumper sensors.