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Joseph Brudny, Gordon Silverman: Remote site medical intervention system. Interactive Remote Site Technology, Kenyon & Kenyon, September 22, 1998: US05810747 (285 worldwide citation)

An interactive intervention training system used for monitoring a patient suffering from neurological disorders of movement or a subject seeking to improve skill performance and assisting their training. A patient (or trainee) station is used in interactive training. The patient (or trainee) station ...


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Gordon Silverman, Joseph Brudny: System and method for skill enhancement and behavior modification. Computerized Sports Equipment, February 18, 1986: US04571682 (99 worldwide citation)

Structural systems and method are employed including a multiplicity of computers to control the acquisition and enhancement of skilled performance or behavior. Preprocessing computers (8 and 24) each accept signals from any corresponding one of a variety of physiological or other signal transducers ...


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Gordon Silverman, Barry Dworkin: Automatic operant conditioning system. The Rockefeller University, Wyatt Gerber Burke & Badie, September 14, 1993: US05243998 (60 worldwide citation)

A system and method for the operant conditioning of subjects using biofeedback includes means to measure a variable condition, such as posture, which is controllable by the subject. The apparatus sets criteria which, if not met, may result in a negative reinforcement, such as unpleasant audio tone o ...


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Joseph A Monaco, Julius A Nespica, Gordon Silverman: Hybrid propulsion and computer controlled systems transition and selection. Alexander Mencher Corporation, Alexander Mencher, December 15, 1981: US04306156 (57 worldwide citation)

A primary power source in the form of a direct energy converter provides d.c. voltage to a d.c. to a.c. converter. This in turn provides energy to an a.c. motor. The motor with appropriate speed control drives a mechanical load. When the energy of the primary source is depleted, an auxiliary engine ...


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Gordon Silverman, Barry Dworkin: Automatic operant conditioning system especially for scoliosis. The Rockefeller University, Wyatt Gerber Burke and Badie, January 21, 1992: US05082002 (7 worldwide citation)

A system and method for the operant conditioning of subjects using biofeedback includes means to measure a variable condition, such as posture, which is controllable by the subject. The apparatus sets criteria which, if not met, may result in a negative reinforcement, such as unpleasant audio tone o ...


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Edward A Launzel, Gordon Silverman: Computer for control of communication signals. Edward A Launzel, December 18, 1979: US04179733 (7 worldwide citation)

An electronic computer controls the operation of a communication system such as a citizen band (CB) radio. An electronic computer includes a program memory which stores the control sequence and code for an electronic lock. The computer also includes a data memory for storing command and data signals ...


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Rochelle Pinz, Gordon Silverman: Combined computer and recorder for musical sound reproduction. Rochelle Pinz, Alexander Mencher, December 11, 1979: US04177708 (5 worldwide citation)

A multichannel recording medium storer which samples the time course of notes produced by an instrument and an address for each of these samples. An interchangeable keyboard transmits a signal or signals to an electronic computer as to which note or notes are to be reproduced. The electric computer ...