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Manoj Das, John Liang, Peter Lim, Emanuel Gerald Noik, Doug Smith, Rahim Yaseen: Progressive refinement model for business processes. Siebel Systems, Campbell Stephenson, October 5, 2010: US07809597 (133 worldwide citation)

In one embodiment, a method for refining a business process model includes receiving business process data pertaining to a first phase of a business process definition from a first class of users, creating a model of a business process using the business process data received from the first class of ...


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R Doug Smith: System information display method and apparatus. MPC Computers, Trop Pruner & Hu P C, December 7, 2004: US06829705 (46 worldwide citation)

Embodiments of the present invention include a system and method of displaying data about a computer system on the computer system. Embodiments of the invention automatically start a graphical user interface if there are files to be displayed. Embodiments may also include a removable storage media c ...


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Manoj Das, John Liang, Peter Lim, Emanuel Gerald Noik, Doug Smith, Rahim Yaseen: Modeling of business process data. Siebel Systems, Campbell Stephenson, November 9, 2010: US07831453 (13 worldwide citation)

In one embodiment, a business process meta-model is defined that represents a business process. The business process meta-model includes control flow elements pertaining to a control flow of the business process, and annotation elements providing details for the control flow elements.


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Michael V Leman, Gregory P Johnson, R Doug Smith, Craig L Boe, Jacques Gagne, Philip Hartley: Method and apparatus for fastening circuit boards to computer chassis. Micron Technology, Perkins Coie, August 3, 2004: US06771516 (13 worldwide citation)

Methods and apparatuses for removably securing one or more computer circuit boards to a computer chassis. In one embodiment, the apparatuses include a bracket having attached sites that can be selectively aligned with corresponding fastening sites of one or more types of printed circuit boards. The ...


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Nathaniel P Young, Trent J Perry, Duane D Blatter, Christopher M Phillips, Mark A Crawford, G Doug Smith, Steven Johnson: Subcutaneous vascular access ports and related systems, methods, and implantation features. Vital Access Corporation, Stoel Rives, December 25, 2012: US08337465 (6 worldwide citation)

Ports for accessing a vessels within a patient include passageways that can guide needles or other access devices directly into the vessels. The ports can be implanted subcutaneously within a patient. Some ports may be used in the creation and use of vascular access buttonholes.


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Nathaniel P Young, G Doug Smith, Mark A Crawford, Randall K Jones: Vascular access ports and related methods. Vital Access Corporation, Stoel Rives, December 25, 2012: US08337464 (6 worldwide citation)

Ports for accessing a vessels within a patient include passageways that can guide needles or other access devices directly into the vessels. The ports can be implanted subcutaneously within a patient. Some ports may be used in the creation and use of vascular access buttonholes.


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Nathaniel P Young, G Doug Smith, Mark A Crawford, Randall K Jones: Subcutaneous vascular access ports having attachment features. Stoel Rives, May 19, 2015: US09033931 (5 worldwide citation)

Ports for accessing a vessels within a patient include passageways that can guide needles or other access devices directly into the vessels. The ports can be implanted subcutaneously within a patient. Some ports may be used in the creation and use of vascular access buttonholes.


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Manoi Das, John Liang, Peter Lim, Emanuel Gerald Noik, Doug Smith, Rahim Yaseen: Providing multiple views of a business process definition to different users. Siebel Systems, Campbell Stephenson, February 22, 2011: US07895070 (4 worldwide citation)

In one embodiment, a method for providing multiple views of a business process definition includes storing a model of a business process, and providing different view points of the model to different classes of users.


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Doug Smith, David Voisard: Method and apparatus for injection molding. MHI Injection Moulding Machinery, Brinks Hofer Gilson & Lione, April 5, 2005: US06875383 (4 worldwide citation)

A multi-cavity injection molding method and device, and a controller for sequentially injecting material into cavities in the injection molding device. The methods and devices are effective to reduce the clamping force needed to clamp multiple cavity molds.


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Christopher M Phillips, Nathaniel P Young, Trent J Perry, Duane D Blatter, Mark A Crawford, G Doug Smith, Steven Johnson: Subcutaneous vascular access ports and related systems and methods. Vital Access Corporation, Stoel Rives, July 7, 2015: US09072880 (3 worldwide citation)

Ports for accessing a vessels within a patient include passageways that can guide needles or other access devices directly into the vessels. The ports can be implanted subcutaneously within a patient. Some ports may be used in the creation and use of vascular access buttonholes.