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James A Storer: Stem for dynamically compressing and decompressing electronic data. Data Compression Corporation, Schiller Pandiscio & Kusmer, October 24, 1989: US04876541 (212 worldwide citation)

A data compression system for encoding and decoding textual data, including an encoder for encoding the data and for a decoder for decoding the encoded data. Both encoder and decoder have dictionaries for storing frequently-appearing strings of characters. Each string is identified by a unique point ...


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James A Storer: Method and apparatus for data compression. January 3, 1995: US05379036 (115 worldwide citation)

A data compression system utilizes multiple encoding/decoding processing units arranged in a massively parallel systolic pipe array for compressing a stream of input characters received at an input end of the pipe. The systolic pipe executes data compression by textual substitution, converting the u ...


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Edward C Giordano, Thomas W Graves, James M Jennings, Mark Vander Berg, William James A Storer, Douglas R Gibbs, Douglas A Lonsinger: Water treatment device with volumetric and time monitoring features. Teledyne Industries a California Corporation, Holland & Hart, August 10, 1999: US05935426 (43 worldwide citation)

A totalization meter system for a water treatment device, the device having an inlet aperture and an outlet aperture, and a channel for channeling water between the inlet and outlet apertures. A flow reactive device is positioned in the channel and is exposed to the flowing water, and a signal gener ...


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William James A Storer: Vortex flowmeter including cantilevered vortex and vibration sensing beams. February 9, 1999: US05869772 (32 worldwide citation)

A vortex flowmeter has a bluff body extending across a conduit to generate vortices in a fluid flow, and a housing mounted to the conduit. A vortex sensing beam is mounted to housing and extends in cantilever fashion from the housing into the flow path separate from the bluff body. The vortex sensin ...


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Edward C Giordano, Thomas W Graves, James M Jennings, Mark Vander Berg, William James A Storer, Douglas R Gibbs, Douglas A Lonsinger: Water treatment device with volumetric and time monitoring features. Water Pik, Dorsey & Whitney, September 4, 2001: US06284129 (19 worldwide citation)

A totalization meter system for a water treatment device, the device having an inlet aperture and an outlet aperture, and a channel for channeling water between the inlet and outlet apertures. A flow reactive device is positioned in the channel and is exposed to the flowing water, and a signal gener ...


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Edward C Giordano, Thomas W Graves, James M Jennings, Mark Vander Berg, William James A Storer, Douglas R Gibbs, Douglas A Lonsinger: Water treatment device with volumetric and time monitoring features. Water Pik, Dorsey & Whitney, February 11, 2003: US06517707 (19 worldwide citation)

A totalization meter system for a water treatment device, the device having an inlet aperture and an outlet aperture, and a channel for channeling water between the inlet and outlet apertures. A flow reactive device is positioned in the channel and is exposed to the flowing water, and a signal gener ...


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Edward C Giordano, Thomas W Graves, James M Jennings, Mark Vander Berg, William James A Storer, Douglas R Gibbs, Douglas A Lonsinger: Water treatment device with volumetric monitoring features. Water Pik, Dorsey & Whitney, November 21, 2000: US06149801 (18 worldwide citation)

A totalization meter system for a water treatment device, the device having an inlet aperture and an outlet aperture, and a channel for channeling water between the inlet and outlet apertures. A flow reactive device for measuring the volume of flow is positioned in the channel and is exposed to the ...


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Edward C Giordano, Thomas W Graves, James M Jennings, Mark Vander Berg, William James A Storer, Douglas R Gibbs, Douglas A Lonsinger: Water treatment device with volumetric and time monitoring features. Water Pik, Dorsey & Whitney, August 9, 2005: US06926821 (15 worldwide citation)

A totalization meter system for a water treatment device, the device having an inlet aperture and an outlet aperture, and a channel for channeling water between the inlet and outlet apertures. A flow reactive device is positioned in the channel and is exposed to the flowing water, and a signal gener ...


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Edward C Giordano, Thomas W Graves, James M Jennings, Mark Vander Berg, William James A Storer, Douglas R Gibbs, Douglas A Lonsinger: Water treatment device with volumetric and time monitoring features. Teledyne, Holland & Hart, August 22, 2000: US06106705 (15 worldwide citation)

A totalization meter system for a water treatment device, the device having an inlet aperture and an outlet aperture, and a channel for channeling water between the inlet and outlet apertures. A flow reactive device is positioned in the channel and is exposed to the flowing water, and a signal gener ...


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William James A Storer, Sheldon Tuck: Rocker style sensor system for use in a vortex shedding flowmeter. VorTek Instruments, F A Sirr, Holland & Hart, October 9, 2001: US06298734 (14 worldwide citation)

A vortex shedding flowmeter includes a sensor assembly received within a sleeve assembly that has a sensor tab extending into the fluid stream. The sleeve assembly includes a flexible sleeve portion that can flex slightly in the presence of vortices. The flexible sleeve exerts a force on a rocker ar ...