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Charles J Cohen, Glenn Beach, Brook Cavell, Gene Foulk, Charles J Jacobus, Jay Obermark, George Paul: Gesture-controlled interfaces for self-service machines and other applications. Cybernet Systems Corporation, Gifford Krass Groh Sprinkle Anderson & Citkowski PC, January 20, 2004: US06681031 (529 worldwide citation)

A gesture recognition interface for use in controlling self-service machines and other devices is disclosed. A gesture is defined as motions and kinematic poses generated by humans, animals, or machines. Specific body features are tracked, and static and motion gestures are interpreted. Motion gestu ...


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Charles J Cohen, Glenn Beach, Brook Cavell, Gene Foulk, Charles J Jacobus, Jay Obermark, George Paul: Gesture-controlled interfaces for self-service machines and other applications. Cybernet Systems Corporation, Gifford Krass Groh Sprinkle Anderson & Citkowski PC, September 27, 2005: US06950534 (416 worldwide citation)

A gesture recognition interface for use in controlling self-service machines and other devices is disclosed. A gesture is defined as motions and kinematic poses generated by humans, animals, or machines. Specific body features are tracked, and static and motion gestures are interpreted. Motion gestu ...


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Charles J Cohen, Glenn Beach, Brook Cavell, Gene Foulk, Charles J Jacobus, Jay Obermark, George Paul: Gesture-controlled interfaces for self-service machines and other applications. Cybernet Systems Corporation, Gifford Krass Sprinkle Anderson & Citkowski PC, December 2, 2008: US07460690 (381 worldwide citation)

A gesture recognition interface for use in controlling self-service machines and other devices is disclosed. A gesture is defined as motions and kinematic poses generated by humans, animals, or machines. Specific body features are tracked, and static and motion gestures are interpreted. Motion gestu ...


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Charles J Cohen, Glenn Beach, Brook Cavell, Gene Foulk, Charles J Jacobus, Jay Obermark, George Paul: Behavior recognition system. Cybernet Systems Corporation, Gifford Krass Groh Sprinkle Anderson & Citkowski PC, April 25, 2006: US07036094 (306 worldwide citation)

A system for recognizing various human and creature motion gaits and behaviors is presented. These behaviors are defined as combinations of “gestures” identified on various parts of a body in motion. For example, the leg gestures generated when a person runs are different than when a person walks. T ...


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Donald George Paul Waters, Jeremy Pavier, Graham David Turner, Richard Dewitt Cox, Andrew Timothy Hunter, Jeffrey Kevin Rand, Nicolas Duncan Barker Smith: Service creation apparatus for a communications network. British Telecommunications public company, Nixon & Vanderhye P C, January 8, 2002: US06338088 (88 worldwide citation)

A service creation system for a communications network of the intelligent network type has 3 different levels at which service creation activities can be carried out, these being SCE1, SCE2 and SCE3. The use of separate levels allows access to the service creation system to be kept functionally sepa ...


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Daniel Berg, George Paul DeCandio, L Scott Rich, Ritchard L Schacher: Method and apparatus for synchronizing an XML document with its object model. International Business Machines Corporation, Gregory M Doudnikoff Esq, Synnestvedt & Lechner, June 1, 2004: US06745208 (58 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for synchronizing an XML document object model with the corresponding object model on the fly and in real time such that changes in either the document object model or the object model can be immediately reflected in the other without re-parsing the XML document. The invention ...


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Sevgin Oktay, George Paul Peterson: Coupled, flux transformer heat pipes. Graham S Jones II, July 15, 1997: US05647429 (37 worldwide citation)

A heat pipe includes a heat input end including an evaporator an adiabatic section and an output end including a condenser, with the evaporator and the condenser joined by a hollow adiabatic section containing a wicking material and a coolant, a heat pipe including a plurality of heat pipe stages co ...


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Moore George Paul: Laryngoscope. Prangley Dithmar Vogel Sandler & Stotland, May 20, 1975: US3884222 (36 worldwide citation)

A laryngoscope and the like including a light-reflecting mirror shaped and arranged for insertion in relatively inaccessible cavities such as the pharynx and the like of a subject for reflecting light originating outside of the subject against a part in the cavity to be viewed, a handle connected to ...


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Kevin L Bostrom, Gerald W Pfleging, Rachel M Pfleging, George Paul Wilkin: Remote control of functions via wireless transmission of text-based messages. Lucent Technologies, December 5, 2006: US07146129 (34 worldwide citation)

A remote control device is located in an environment proximate to conditions to be monitored and actions to be implemented. The remote control device is able to receive and transmit wireless text based communications. A user employing a wireless communication device that supports text based messagin ...


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Mcdonald Samuel Gilbert, Sabol George Paul: Zirconium alloy fabrication processes.. Westinghouse Electric, August 10, 1983: EP0085553-A2 (28 worldwide citation)

Modifying standard Zircaloy alloy processing techniques by limiting the working and annealing temperatures utilized after conventional beta treatment results in Zircaloy alloy product having superior high temperature steam corrosion resistance.



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