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Ken L Burgess, John S Marvin: Method of encoding an E-mail address in a fax message and routing the fax message to a destination on a network. Hewlett Packard Company, Edward L Miller, May 19, 1992: US05115326 (239 worldwide citation)

A fax message transmitted by a facsimile transmitter includes bar coded headers in its first page. At least one of these headers contains the name of an addressee that is also a user on a network. A fax server receiving the incoming fax message inspects the first page of the incoming facsimile to lo ...


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Richard A Herrington, Ken L Burgess: Wireless cursor control system. Dean P Edmundson, March 31, 1987: US04654648 (184 worldwide citation)

A position control system is described for the control of cursor movement on a video display terminal or the like. The control system includes a wireless movable steering means which emits acoustic signals, tracking means adapted to receive the acoustic signals and determine the position of the stee ...


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Ken L Burgess: Method for matching geographic information with recorded images. Red Hen Systems, Greenberg Traurig, John R Posthumus, Shelley K Barton, June 7, 2005: US06904160 (125 worldwide citation)

A method for matching a recorded image with geographic data substantially corresponding to a geographic location where the image was recorded, is disclosed. In a preferred embodiment, global positioning system data logs are time matched with other data collected, including image data, for the purpos ...


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Ken L Burgess, Michael J Lanning: Method and system for indicating operator availability. Santangelo Law Offices P C, September 29, 1998: US05815554 (41 worldwide citation)

A timing system which permits the operator of the timing system to indicate to others who wish to interact with the operator whether the operator is currently available. If the operator of the device is unavailable, the ting system indicates at what time the operator will be available. A first devic ...


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Ken L Burgess: Digitizing method and apparatus for compensating cursor of stylus velocity errors. Hewlett Packard Company, Edward L Miller, August 11, 1987: US04686331 (16 worldwide citation)

A digitizer measuring abscissas and ordinates at separate times compensates these coordinates for errors created by cursor or stylus motion during the digitizing process. At the highest level of operation this is achieved by altering the coordinate measurement sequence to be abscissa, ordinate, absc ...


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Ken L Burgess: Method and apparatus for reducing jitter in a digitizer or other transducer. Hewlett Packard Company, Edward L Miller, December 13, 1988: US04791592 (7 worldwide citation)

A method of digitially filtering unfiltered values from a transducer to eliminate jitter compares a new unfiltered value against the previous filtered value. If the difference exceeds a selected amount the unfiltered amount is taken as and replaces the filtered value. If the difference is less than ...


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Ken L Burgess: Method for matching geographic information with recorded images. John R Posthumus, LeBoeuf Lamb Greene & MacRae, April 18, 2002: US20020044690-A1

A method for matching a recorded image with geographic data substantially corresponding to a geographic location where the image was recorded, is disclosed. In a preferred embodiment, global positioning system data logs are time matched with other data collected, including image data, for the purpos ...