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Michael J R Polson, Gregory L Morris: Pulse oximeter with improved accuracy and response time. Novametrix Medical Systems, Hopgood Calimafde Kalil Blaustein & Judlowe, March 2, 1993: US05190038 (340 worldwide citation)

An improved pulse oximeter for the measurement of oxygen saturation in the blood, which is faster and more accurate than conventional pulse oximeter. Improved speed and accuracy is attained by elimination of normalization and feedback circuitry and the use of analog to digital converting devices hav ...


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Mark J Baugher, Philip Y Chang, Gregory L Morris, Alan P Stephens: Method and apparatus for reserving system resources to assure quality of service. International Business Machines Corporation, Paul S Drake, Volel Emile, December 3, 1996: US05581703 (191 worldwide citation)

A method for providing files to a remote node including the steps of determining whether bandwidth is available for transmitting across a communications link a file requested by a remote node, reserving bandwidth for the requested file if bandwidth is determined to be available, and opening the requ ...


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Michael J R Polson, Gregory L Morris: Method of measuring the oxygen saturation in pulsating blood flow. Hopgood Calimafde Kalil & Judlowe, September 12, 1995: US05448991 (188 worldwide citation)

An improved pulse oximeter for the measurement of oxygen saturation in the blood, which is faster and more accurate than conventional pulse oximeter. Improved speed and accuracy is attached by elimination of normalization and feedback circuitry and the use of analog to digital converting devices hav ...


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Michael J R Polson, Gregory L Morris: Pulse oximeter with improved accuracy and response time. March 21, 1995: US05398680 (138 worldwide citation)

An improved pulse oximeter for the measurement of oxygen saturation in the blood, which is faster and more accurate than conventional pulse oximeters.


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Raymond G Gauthier, David M Lancisi, Gregory L Morris: Method and apparatus for controlling brushless DC motors in implantable medical devices. Heartware, John P White Esq, Cooper & Dunham, November 21, 2006: US07138776 (59 worldwide citation)

Methods and apparatus for controlling a polyphase motor in implantable medical device applications are provided. In one embodiment, the polyphase motor is a brushless DC motor. The back emf of a selected phase of the motor is sampled while a drive voltage of the selected phase is substantially zero. ...


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Ghassan A Yammine, Gregory L Morris: System and method for maintaining file data access in case of dynamic critical sector failure. International Business Machines Corporation, Jeffrey S LaBaw, Andrew J Dillon, October 8, 1996: US05564011 (37 worldwide citation)

A system and method for regeneration of certain on disk dynamic control blocks for the file system after failure of access to the control blocks improves auxiliary disk storage system robustness. Regeneration of the dynamic control blocks is achieved without persistent replicas of the blocks on disk ...


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Steven M French, Everett A McCassey II, Gregory L Morris: Fast network file system running over a hybrid connectionless transport. International Business Machines Corporation, Jeffrey S LaBaw, June 11, 1996: US05526483 (25 worldwide citation)

A session-oriented network application dependent on reliable transport of messages on a first system communicates in a new form of connectionless, session-oriented communication called Sideband over a network with a second similar application on a second system. Sideband transport is not guaranteed; ...


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Raymond G Gauthier, David M Lancisi, Gregory L Morris: Method and apparatus for controlling brushless DC motors in implantable medical devices. Heartware, John P White, Cooper & Dunham, October 14, 2008: US07436145 (9 worldwide citation)

Methods and apparatus for controlling a polyphase motor in implantable medical device applications are provided. In one embodiment, the polyphase motor is a brushless DC motor. The back emf of a selected phase of the motor is sampled while a drive voltage or the selected phase is substantially zero. ...


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Raymond G Gauthier, David M Lancisi, Gregory L Morris: Method and apparatus for controlling brushless DC motors in implantable medical devices. HeartWare, Cooper & Dunham, November 1, 2007: US20070252542-A1

Methods and apparatus for controlling a polyphase motor in implantable medical device applications are provided. In one embodiment, the polyphase motor is a brushless DC motor. The back emf of a selected phase of the motor is sampled while a drive voltage or the selected phase is substantially zero. ...