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Robin Barr, Linda Beauchesne, Ronald Benson, Maureen Burdick, Joan Duffy, Paul Fletcher, Denise Fritz, John R Gaddas, Joseph Girardini, Robert Guilmette, David Hughes, Joseph Long, Lymon Maytubby, Beverly Montresor, Susan Moore, Teresa Patch, Russell Pollnow, Gary Prignon, Anthony Retartha, Mary Jo Round, Christopher Machnich: Computer system and method for work management. ITT Corporation, January 26, 1993: US05182705 (255 worldwide citation)

A computerized system and method for managing work in process is provided. An initial transaction records case specific information. The case specific information is automatically linked with a work source index which includes basic client information. An electronic file is created for each case ari ...


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Udaya Shankar, Andrew West, Douglas Shriver, Fred R Rednor, David Auerbach, David Hughes: Communicating voice over a packet-switching network. Cisco Technology, Hickman Palermo Truong & Becker, May 27, 2003: US06570869 (75 worldwide citation)

Communicating voice over a packet-switching network is implemented on a telecommunications network that includes the packet-switching network, two coding units coupled to the packet-switching network and to an originating node and a terminating node, respectively, and at least one signaling apparatu ...


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Steven Keller, Richard Gorzela, Daniel Strom, David Hughes, James Holt: Software development system with an executable working model in an interpretable intermediate modeling language. Dynamics Research Corporation, Weingarten Schurgin Gagnebin & Hayes, April 3, 2001: US06212672 (74 worldwide citation)

A software development tool utilizes an intermediate object modeling language. The structure of the desired program is first described graphically by generating rule diagrams, state diagrams, and object diagrams such as user interface diagrams, event diagrams and other object diagrams. The developme ...


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David Hughes: System and method for controlling the use and duplication of digital content distributed on removable media. Sony Corporation, Sony Music Entertainment, Kenyon & Kenyon, June 8, 2004: US06748537 (51 worldwide citation)

Systems and methods for controlling the use and duplication of digital content distributed on removable media are described. In accordance with embodiments of the present invention digital content is protected by allowing a particular number of protected (e.g., encrypted) copies of the digital conte ...


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James David Hughes, Mahibur Rahman, Louis J Vannatta: System and method for adjusting dynamic range of analog-to-digital converter. Freescale Semiconductor, Motorola, August 28, 2007: US07262724 (45 worldwide citation)

Techniques for adjusting the dynamic range of an A/D converter in response to various conditions are disclosed. A value output by the A/D converter is utilized to determine if the A/D converter is operating at or above its current dynamic range capabilities (i.e., the A/D converter is potentially “s ...


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Dalier J Ramirez, James David Hughes, Ronald R Rockwell: Extending battery life in communication devices having a plurality of receivers. Freescale Semiconductor, Charles W Bethards, February 24, 2009: US07496060 (41 worldwide citation)

A method (300) of extending battery life in a communication device having a plurality of receivers includes receiving information with a primary receiver that is configured to operate on a first network (303) and controlling a secondary receiver that is configured to operate on a second network that ...


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David Hughes: System and method for controlling the use and duplication of digital content distributed on removable media. Sony Corporation, Sony Music Holdings, Kenyon & Kenyon, July 13, 2010: US07756792 (26 worldwide citation)

Systems and methods for controlling the use and duplication of digital content distributed on removable media are described. In accordance with embodiments of the present invention digital content is protected by allowing a particular number of protected (e.g., encrypted) copies of the digital conte ...


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Benjamin David Hughes: Anchor. Bachman & LaPointe P C, February 28, 2012: US08122623 (26 worldwide citation)

An anchor for a wear assembly on an excavating bucket is disclosed. The excavator bucket lip has a base having a nose, and the wear assembly includes a wear member having a cavity in which the nose can be received, and an aperture extending between an outside surface of the wear member and the cavit ...