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Leonard R Kasday: Touch position sensitive surface. AT&T Bell Laboratories, David H Tannenbaum, November 20, 1984: US04484179 (212 worldwide citation)

A touch sensitive device is arranged with substantially parallel surfaces which are at least partially transparent to light. A flexible membrane is supported above the top surface of the screen and when the overlay is flexed into contact with the screen, light which had passed through the screen, is ...


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Leonard R Kasday: Method and apparatus for telephone prize opportunities. Lucent Technologies, March 4, 1997: US05608785 (141 worldwide citation)

A telephone network is modified so that callers making telephone calls can engage in a game of chance to win a prize without having had to specially dial the game processor, i.e., the telephone numbers of the telephone calls are independent of the game processor. In one embodiment of the invention, ...


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Leonard R Kasday: Photoelastic touch-sensitive screen. American Telephone and Telegraph Company AT&T Information Systems, Frederick B Luludis, December 1, 1987: US04710760 (130 worldwide citation)

A touch-sensitive device comprising a photoelastic screen having light reflecting edges and a unique light emitting/receiving module placed at two of the four corners of the screen advantageously determines the location at which a force is applied to the screen. Circularly and linearly polarized lig ...


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Jerry Eisdorfer, Leonard R Kasday, David E Schulz: Language accommodated message relaying for hearing impaired callers. AT&T, December 12, 1995: US05475733 (88 worldwide citation)

A call between a caller using a telephone device for the deaf (TDD) using a one of a number of languages and another including a TDD user is connected by automatically prompting the TDD caller for calling information, automatically identifying the language being used, parsing the received calling in ...


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Leonard R Kasday: Dictation/transcription method and arrangement. Bell Telephone Laboratories Incorporated, John A Caccuro, February 7, 1984: US04430726 (43 worldwide citation)

The disclosed real time dictation arrangement time-shares several transcribers among various users requiring dictation service. The dictation from a user is partitioned into time sequential dictation segments. A controller unit distributes the segments of dictation from each of several users to seve ...


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Karen L Vasile, Leonard R Kasday: Telecommunications relay service method and apparatus. AT&T Bell Laboratories, Eugene J Rosenthal, James J Trainor, February 22, 1994: US05289523 (33 worldwide citation)

In a telecommunications relay system employing automated text-to-speech for conversion of a text message entered by a sound impaired person, the delay between the completion of the automated text-to-speech conversion and the assignment of a live shared attendant for transcribing and transmitting tha ...


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Jerry Eisdorfer, Leonard R Kasday, David E Schulz: Multiply accommodated message relaying for hearing impaired callers. AT&T, Henry T Brendzel, April 28, 1998: US05745550 (20 worldwide citation)

A call between a caller using a telephone device for the deaf (TDD), and requiring one or more types of expertise from a calling assistant, and another person, including a TDD user, is connected by automatically prompting the TDD caller for calling information, automatically identifying the expertis ...