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Yasumichi Kobayashi, Hidetaka Yabuuchi, Osamu Eguchi, Shinji Kondoh, Haruo Terai: Self-running cleaning apparatus. Matsushita Electric Industrial, Cushman Darby & Cushman, May 5, 1992: US05109566 (251 worldwide citation)

A zone of a floor to be cleaned is subdivided into a plurality of blocks, the position of each block is memorized in a memory of a self-running cleaning apparatus, and the status of each block such that a wall or an obstacle is placed on the block or the block is passed by the cleaning apparatus the ...


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Yasumichi Kobayashi, Hidetaka Yabuuchi, Osamu Eguchi, Shinji Kondoh, Haruo Terai: Self-running cleaning control method. Matsushita Electric Industrial, Cushman Darby & Cushman, February 8, 1994: US05284522 (165 worldwide citation)

A zone of a floor to be cleaned is subdivided into a plurality of blocks, the position of each block is memorized in a memory of a self-running cleaning apparatus, and the status of each block such that a wall or an obstacle is placed on the block or the block is passed by the cleaning apparatus the ...


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Shuji Abe, Haruo Terai, Shinji Kondoh, Yumiko Hara, Seiji Yamaguchi: Vacuum cleaner with fuzzy control. Matsushita Electric Industrial, Lowe Price LeBlanc & Becker, August 3, 1993: US05233682 (152 worldwide citation)

A vacuum cleaner with fuzzy control comprises a detector for detecting condition of sucking of dust, such as an amount of dust, a kind of dust and/or a kind of a surface of a floor to be cleaned. A fuzzy inference section responsive to the condition of sucking of dust determines an appropriate sucki ...


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Shinji Kondoh, Shuji Abe, Haruo Terai: Washing machine. Matsushita Electric Industrial, Cushman Darby & Cushman, July 27, 1993: US05230227 (9 worldwide citation)

The washing machine controller has a cleaning sensor, a variation detecting device, a time counter, a washing time inference unit and a control unit. The cleaning sensor detects a turbidity of water in a washing tub of the washing machine. The variation detecting device detects a variation of the de ...


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Yumiko Hara, Shinji Kondoh, Shuji Abe, Haruo Terai, Machiko Azuma: Cooking apparatus providing accurate control of cooking process and capability for specifying hardness degree of cooked food. Matsushita Electric Industrial, Lowe Price LeBlanc & Becker, April 5, 1994: US05300757 (8 worldwide citation)

A cooking apparatus such as a rice cooker includes means for obtaining a value or a combination of values indicative of an amount of food that is to be cooked, and a fuzzy inference section for operating on that value or combination of values to determine a level of heating power to be supplied to a ...


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Hiroyuki Ogino, Hideki Omori, Hidekazu Yamashita, Naofumi Nakatani, Osamu Eguchi, Makoto Imai, Wataru Uchiyama, Kazuhiko Hashimoto, Tadashi Miki, Haruo Terai, Kenji Kida: Monitoring system. Matsushita Electric Industrial, Wenderoth Lind & Ponack L, June 10, 2008: US07385496 (7 worldwide citation)

A monitoring system for preventing crime in a home, includes a plurality of terminals for monitoring whether predetermined monitoring points are in a stationary or nonstationary state. Further, the monitoring system includes a central processing device for controlling the setting/canceling of alarm ...


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Hiroyuki Ogino, Hideki Omori, Hidekazu Yamashita, Naofumi Nakatani, Osamu Eguchi, Makoto Imai, Wataru Uchiyama, Kazuhiko Hashimoto, Tadashi Miki, Haruo Terai, Kenji Kida: Monitoring system. Wenderoth Lind & Ponack, July 21, 2005: US20050160325-A1

A monitoring system which is suitable for, for example, preventing crime for a residence, includes a plurality of terminals (31, 32, . . . ) for monitoring whether predetermined monitoring points are in a stationary state or a nonstationary state, and a central processing device (10) for controlling ...