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Edward D Klomp, David A Stevens: Engine intake port with variable swirl vanes. General Motors Corporation, Robert J Outland, February 21, 1984: US04432312 (17 worldwide citation)

Adjustable swirl developing vane means are provided in the outlet end portions of the intake ports of an internal combustion engine adjacent the intake valve heads to provide variable swirl of cylinder intake charges through adjustment of the vane positions. Both rigid and flexible adjustable vane a ...


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Aleksandar Uzelac, David A Stevens, Weidong Zhao, Takahiro Shigemitsu, Briggs A Willoughby, John Graham Pierce, Pravin Kumar Santiago, Craig S Ranta, Timothy Allen Wright, Jeffrey C Maier, Robert T Perry, Stanimir Naskov Kirilov: Latency measurement. Microsoft Corporation, Tony Azure, Andrew Sanders, Micky Minhas, May 13, 2014: US08725443 (13 worldwide citation)

Touchscreen testing techniques are described. In one or more implementations, a piece of conductor (e.g., metal) is positioned as proximal to a touchscreen device and the touchscreen device is tested by simulating a touch of a user. This technique may be utilized to perform a variety of different te ...


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Aleksandar Uzelac, David A Stevens, Weidong Zhao, Takahiro Shigemitsu, Briggs A Willoughby, John Graham Pierce: Touchscreen testing. Microsoft Technology Licensing, Timothy Churna, Kate Drakos, Micky Minhas, March 24, 2015: US08988087 (9 worldwide citation)

Touchscreen testing techniques are described. In one or more implementations, a conductor is placed proximal to a touchscreen device and the touchscreen device is tested by simulating a touch of a user by placing the conductor in a grounded state and lack of a touch by the user by placing the conduc ...


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Aleksandar Uzelac, David A Stevens, Andrey B Batchvarov, Changsin Lee, Takahiro Shigemitsu: Latency measurement. Microsoft Corporation, Timothy Churna, Kate Drakos, Micky Minhas, December 16, 2014: US08914254 (9 worldwide citation)

Panning latency measurement techniques are described. In one or more implementations, a test apparatus includes one or more motors configured to move one or more contacts at least proximal to one or more sensors of a device to be detectable as a movement. The test apparatus also includes one or more ...


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Weidong Zhao, David A Stevens, Aleksandar Uzelac, Takahiro Shigemitsu, Andrew David Wilson, Nigel Stuart Keam: Angular contact geometry. Microsoft Technology Licensing, Henry Gabryjelski, Kate Drakos, Micky Minhas, March 17, 2015: US08982061 (8 worldwide citation)

In embodiments of angular contact geometry, touch input sensor data is recognized as a touch input on a touch-screen display, such as a touch-screen display integrated in a mobile phone or portable computing device. A sensor map is generated from the touch input sensor data, and the sensor map repre ...


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Weidong Zhao, David A Stevens, Aleksandar Uzelac: Multi-finger detection and component resolution. Microsoft Corporation, Tony Azure, Andrew Sanders, Micky Minhas, December 16, 2014: US08913019 (8 worldwide citation)

In embodiments of multi-finger detection and component resolution, touch input sensor data is recognized as a component of a multi-finger gesture on a touch-screen display. An ellipse is determined that approximately encompasses the component, and the ellipse has a primary axis and a secondary axis ...


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Aleksandar Uzelac, David A Stevens, Weidong Zhao, Takahiro Shigemitsu, Briggs A Willoughby, John Graham Pierce, Pravin Kumar Santiago, Craig S Ranta, Timothy Allen Wright, Jeffrey C Maier, Robert T Perry, Stanimir Naskov Kirilov, Andrey B Batchvarov: Probabilistic latency modeling. Microsoft Technology Licensing, Timothy Churna, Kate Drakos, Micky Minhas, May 12, 2015: US09030437 (6 worldwide citation)

Touchscreen testing techniques are described. In one or more implementations, a piece of conductor (e.g., metal) is positioned as proximal to a touchscreen device and the touchscreen device is tested by simulating a touch of a user. This technique may be utilized to perform a variety of different te ...


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Aleksandar Uzelac, David A Stevens, Weidong Zhao, Takahiro Shigemitsu, Briggs A Willoughby, John Graham Pierce, Pravin Kumar Santiago, Craig S Ranta, Timothy Allen Wright, Jeffrey C Maier, Robert T Perry, Stanimir Naskov Kirilov, Andrey B Batchvarov: Probabilistic latency modeling. Microsoft Technology Licensing, Timothy Churna, Sergey Lamansky, Micky Minhas, July 19, 2016: US09395845 (3 worldwide citation)

Touchscreen testing techniques are described. In one or more implementations, a piece of conductor (e.g., metal) is positioned as proximal to a touchscreen device and the touchscreen device is tested by simulating a touch of a user. This technique may be utilized to perform a variety of different te ...


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Aleksandar Uzelac, David A Stevens, Weidong Zhao, Takahiro Shigemitsu, Briggs A Willoughby, John Graham Pierce: Touchscreen testing. MICROSOFT TECHNOLOGY LICENSING, July 18, 2017: US09710105 (2 worldwide citation)

Touchscreen testing techniques are described. In one or more implementations, a conductor is placed proximal to a touchscreen device and the touchscreen device is tested by simulating a touch of a user by placing the conductor in a grounded state and lack of a touch by the user by placing the conduc ...


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Weidong Zhao, David A Stevens, Aleksandar Uzelac, Hrvoje Benko, John L Miller: Prediction-based touch contact tracking. Microsoft Technology Licensing, Timothy Churna, Dan Choi, Micky Minhas, January 10, 2017: US09542092 (2 worldwide citation)

In embodiments of prediction-based touch contact tracking, touch input sensor data is recognized as a series of components of a contact on a touch-screen display. A first component of the contact can be identified, and a second component can be determined to correlate to the contact. The first compo ...