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Howard O Menlove, James E Stewart: Direct fissile assay of enriched uranium using random self-interrogation and neutron coincidence response. The United States of America represented by the United States Department of Energy, Samuel M Freund, Paul D Gaetjens, Judson R Hightower, October 14, 1986: US04617466 (12 worldwide citation)

Apparatus and method for the direct, nondestructive evaluation of the .sup.235 U nuclide content of samples containing UF.sub.6, UF.sub.4, or UO.sub.2 utilizing the passive neutron self-interrogation of the sample resulting from the intrinsic production of neutrons therein. The ratio of the emitted ...


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James E Stewart, Merlyn S Krick, Steven C Bourret, Martin R Sweet: Advanced electronics for faster time-correlation analysis of pulse sequences. DeWitt M Morgan, December 25, 2001: US06333958 (8 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a method and apparatus for improving the precision of at least one of neutron coincidence counting and neutron multiplicity counting. The method includes the steps of: (1) sampling the real and accidental coincident pulses at the incoming pulse rate; and (b) sampling the ac ...


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Edwin R Peterson, Edwin Lee Wheeler, James E Stewart: Light activated back-up alarm. Preco New Products, Frank J Dykas, May 16, 2000: US06064302 (7 worldwide citation)

A light activated back-up alarm is provided for use with a vehicle having at least one white back-up light. It includes an optical sensor for attachment to the outside lens of the vehicle back-up light and an alarm circuit and battery encased within an alarm housing. The optical sensor is adhesively ...


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Edwin R Peterson, Edwin Lee Wheeler, James E Stewart: Light activated back-up alarm. Preco New Products, Frank J Dykas, Robert L Shaver, February 22, 2000: US06028511 (1 worldwide citation)

A light activated back-up alarm is provided for use with a vehicle having at least one white back-up light. It includes an optical sensor for attachment to the outside lens of the vehicle back-up light and an alarm circuit and battery encased within an alarm housing. The optical sensor is adhesively ...


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Dennis N Anderson, James E Stewart Jr, Eric C Paul, Alfred Pelot: Combined back-up and battery low-level alarm for vehicle. Preco Electronics, Pedersen & Co PLLC, Ken J Pedersen, Barbara S Pedersen, October 17, 2006: US07123133

The present invention relates to a system for use in motorized vehicles to provide a vehicle back-up alarm system, intended for mounting on a vehicle, that also incorporates an apparatus for detecting and alarming low battery conditions. Preferably incorporated into a main housing are the electronic ...


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Linus Chou, Jonathan Klem, James H Koh, James E Stewart, Eric W Ewald, Andrey Petrov, Carolyn R Marshall, Paul Sliwowski, Paul J Baker, Maciej Babinski, Jige Yu, Jacob B Matthews: User association attribution system. Google, McDermott Will & Emery, March 21, 2017: US09600831

A system for user association attribution may include one or more processors and memory. The one or more processors may receive information pertaining to relationship events that each correspond to a participant and one of several entities in a social network, allocate, for each relationship event, ...


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Dennis N Anderson, James E Stewart, Eric C Paul, Alfred Pelot: Combined back-up and battery low-level alarm for vehicle. Pedersen & Company Pllc, October 20, 2005: US20050231338-A1

The present invention relates to a system for use in motorized vehicles to provide a vehicle back-up alarm system, intended for mounting on a vehicle, that also incorporates an apparatus for detecting and alarming low battery conditions. Preferably incorporated into a main housing are the electronic ...


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James E Stewart: Surface vehicle wheel anti-skid system. James E Stewart, February 23, 2006: US20060038443-A1

An anti-skid braking system using a mass acceleration sensor to control the amount of hydraulic pressure applied to the wheel cylinders. In this application the accelerometer is used to sense a decrease in velocity only. The system can be used on any vehicle traversing any surface. For any vehicle t ...


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