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Marina Goodman, Tor Mesoy, Stanton J Taylor, Scott R Reiter, Michael T Bowen, Ralph Auriemma, Tamara D Alairys, Christopher M Degiorgio, Lizbeth Johnson Coleman: Architectures for netcentric computing systems. Accenture, Accenture ANS, Brinks Hofer Gilson & Lione, March 28, 2006: US07020697 (376 worldwide citation)

An execution architecture, a development architecture and an operations architecture for a netcentric computing system. The execution architecture contains common, run-time services required when an application executes in the netcentric computing system. The development architecture is the producti ...


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Marina Goodman, Tor Mesoy, Stanton J Taylor, Scott R Reiter, Michael T Bowen, Ralph Auriemma, Tamara D Alairys, Christopher M Degiorgio, Lizbeth Johnson Coleman: Architectures for netcentric computing systems. Accenture, Accenture ANS, Brinks Hofer Gilson & Lione, December 16, 2008: US07467198 (136 worldwide citation)

An execution architecture, a development architecture and an operations architecture for a netcentric computing system. The execution architecture contains common, run-time services required when an application executes in the netcentric computing system. The development architecture is the producti ...


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John K Kaltenmark, Christopher M Degiorgio: Operations architectures for netcentric computing systems. Accenture, Brinks Hofer Gilson & Lione, August 19, 2008: US07415509 (23 worldwide citation)

An operations architecture for a netcentric computing system including a server connected with a client. The preferred operations architecture includes a software distribution tool, a configuration and asset management tool, a fault management and recovery management tool, a capacity planning tool, ...


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Christopher M DeGiorgio, Ian A Cook, Leon Ekchian: Extracranial implantable devices, systems and methods for the treatment of neuropsychiatric disorders. THE REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, NEUROSIGMA, Vista IP Law Group, December 6, 2016: US09511223 (4 worldwide citation)

The present disclosure relates to methods, devices, and systems used for the treatment of mood, anxiety, cognitive, and behavioral disorders (collectively, neuropsychiatric disorders) via stimulation of the superficial elements of the trigeminal nerve (“TNS”). More specifically, minimally invasive s ...


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Ian A Cook, Christopher M DeGiorgio, Leon Ekchian, Patrick Miller, Colin Kealey: Pulse generator for cranial nerve stimulation. June 14, 2016: US09364674 (4 worldwide citation)

A system for trigeminal nerve stimulation includes a storage medium, a pulse generator in communication with the storage medium, a power source coupled to the pulse generator, and at least one electrode communicatively coupled to the pulse generator. The pulse generator includes a microcontroller wh ...


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Christopher M DeGiorgio, Patrick Miller: Systems, devices and methods for the treatment of neurological disorders and conditions. THE REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, Vista IP Law Group, November 29, 2016: US09504827 (3 worldwide citation)

The present disclosure relates to methods, devices, and systems used for the treatment of and/or promoting recovery from various neurological disorders and conditions, including epilepsy and other seizure disorders and movement and other related disorders; for promoting recovery from acute or chroni ...


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Ian A Cook, Christopher M DeGiorgio, Leon Ekchian, Patrick Miller, Colin Kealey: Pulse generator for cranial nerve stimulation. THE REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, NEUROSIGMA, Vista IP Law Group, July 10, 2018: US10016601

A system for trigeminal nerve stimulation includes a pulse generator, which includes a user control configured to receive a user adjustment and a microcontroller configured to receive electric stimulation parameters and operate the pulse generator to produce electrical pulses according to the electr ...


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Christopher M Degiorgio, Patrick Miller: Systems, devices and methods for the treatment of neurological disorders and conditions. THE REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, Vista IP Law Group, August 28, 2018: US10058704

The present disclosure relates to methods, devices, and systems used for the treatment of and/or promoting recovery from various neurological disorders and conditions, including epilepsy and other seizure disorders and movement and other related disorders; for promoting recovery from acute or chroni ...


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Antonio A F Desalles, Alessandra Gorgulho, Christopher M DeGiorgio, Ian A Cook, Colin Kealey, Leon Ekchian, Patrick Miller: Subcutaneous electrodes for cranial nerve stimulation. THE REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, NEUROSIGMA, Vista IP Law Group, July 31, 2018: US10035013

An implantable subcutaneous electrode system is disclosed. The implantable subcutaneous electrode system may include an electrode body with electrical contacts disposed thereon or integrally formed therein. The electrode body also may include an insulation region defined between the electrical conta ...


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Marina Goodman, Tor Mesoy, Stanton J Taylor, Scott R Reiter, Michael T Bowen, Ralph Auriemma, Tamara D Alairys, Christopher M Degiorgio, Lizbeth Johnson Coleman: Architectures for netcentric computing systems. Accenture, Accenture ANS, Brinks Hofer Gilson & Lione, March 16, 2006: US20060059253-A1

An execution architecture, a development architecture and an operations architecture for a netcentric computing system. The execution architecture contains common, run-time services required when an application executes in the netcentric computing system. The development architecture is the producti ...