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Casimir M Wojcik, Paul A Pretto, Jim Courier, Bob Morrow, Joseph R Wehry Jr, Paul Kuczynski, Matt F Edwards, Mark A Schnieder, Thomas W Loftus, Brian Schnieders, Thomas C Bernardi, Craig Raymond Pellerin, Ron D Bushaw, Michael Lewis Schebell, Bill Hartley, Sheila Cappel, Kimberly Weisgarber, Henry Lee Vogler, Louis Duane Ferguson: System for managing customer orders and method of implementation. Lykes Bros, Dale Curtis Kilpatrick Stockton Hogue Sr, September 9, 1997: US05666493 (461 worldwide citation)

The system of this invention manages customer orders using vendor supplied software systems interfaced on a real-time basis to touch the data in each system on a real time basis. In effect, there is horizontal communication between the various components of the system such as inventory, purchasing, ...


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Michael Lewis, Frank King, Thomas Arnold, William Wright, John Pettit: Method and apparatus for evaluating fraud risk in an electronic commerce transaction. Cybersource Corporation, Hickman Palermo Truong & Becker, Christopher J Palmero, July 22, 2008: US07403922 (153 worldwide citation)

A technique for evaluating fraud risk in e-commerce transactions between consumer and a merchant is disclosed. The merchant requests service from the system using a secure, open messaging protocol. An e-commerce transaction or electronic purchase order is received from the merchant, the level of ris ...


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A B M Bazlur Rashid, Kevin James Curie, Patrick Carl Bushman, Michael Lewis Wampler: Multilayer plastic container and method of making the same. American National Can Company, McDermott Will & Emery, September 26, 2000: US06123211 (105 worldwide citation)

The multilayer plastic container comprises a neck portion, a body portion, adjacent the neck portion, forming a cylindrical wall, and a bottom portion adjacent the body portion and opposite the neck portion. The cylindrical wall comprises a first layer of PET, a layer of EVOH adjacent the first laye ...


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Nael Abu Ghazaleh, Weishuai Yang, Michael Lewis: Automatic clustering for self-organizing grids. The Research Foundation of State University of New York, Steven M Hoffberg, Ostrolenk Faber, October 18, 2011: US08041773 (95 worldwide citation)

Computational grids have traditionally not scaled effectively due to administrative hurdles to resource and user participation. Most production grids are essentially multi-site supercomputer centers, rather than truly open and heterogeneous sets of resources that can join and leave dynamically, and ...


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A B M Bazlur Rashid, Kevin James Curie, Patrick Carl Bushman, Michael Lewis Wampler: Multilayer plastic container and method of making the same. Pechiney Emballage Flexible Europe, McDermott Will & Emery, August 28, 2001: US06280679 (71 worldwide citation)

The multilayer plastic container comprises a neck portion, a body portion, adjacent the neck portion, forming a cylindrical wall, and a bottom portion adjacent the body portion and opposite the neck portion. The cylindrical wall comprises a first layer of PET, a layer of EVOH adjacent the first laye ...


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A B M Bazlur Rashid, Kevin James Curie, Patrick Carl Bushman, Michael Lewis Wampler: Multilayer plastic container and method of making the same. Pechiney Emballage Flexible Europe, McDermott Will & Emery, July 16, 2002: US06419874 (70 worldwide citation)

The multilayer plastic container comprises a neck portion, a body portion, adjacent the neck portion, forming a cylindrical wall, and a bottom portion adjacent the body portion and opposite the neck portion. The cylindrical wall comprises a first layer of PET, a layer of EVOH adjacent the first laye ...


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Michael Lewis Seltzer, Neil W Black, Jeffrey D Couckuyt, Ivan J Tashev, John C Krumm, Ruston Panabaker: Route-based activity planner. Microsoft Corporation, Dave Ream, Jim Ross, Micky Minhas, July 29, 2014: US08793065 (43 worldwide citation)

Oftentimes individuals have a number of objectives to complete while traveling in a vehicle. The objectives can be arranged automatically and an associated route can be produced such that the objectives can be completed in an effective manner. Data related to the objectives can be collected such as ...


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D Michael Lewis, Craig M Schmeiser, Stanton L Sweet: Turf aerator with constantly vertical tines. Textron, Arthur J Hansmann, March 28, 2000: US06041869 (38 worldwide citation)

Turf aerator having a crank and crank arms which present a parallelogram for supporting the aerator assembly, including the aerating tines.


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Albert K Langdon, Robert O Learmont, Darrell Robinson, Robert Goozen, Michael Lewis, John Williams, Allen V Pruehs, John T Shincovich: Watthour meter socket adapter with interface connection. Ekstrom, Basile and Hanlon, December 11, 1990: US04977482 (37 worldwide citation)

A watthour meter socket adapter includes a housing with electrical contacts which receive the terminals of a watthour meter and terminals which are insertable into the contacts of an electrical watthour meter socket. First and second seal connectors sealingly connect the adapter housing to the socke ...


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Thomas Frank Fric, Michael Lewis James: Tapered strut frame. General Electric Company, Patrick K Patnode, Marvin Snyder, December 22, 1998: US05851105 (33 worldwide citation)

A strut bridges inner and outer walls of a frame defining a flow channel for channeling a fluid therethrough. The strut has leading and trailing edges, and a root and tip, and is tapered between the root and tip for varying frequency and amplitude of vortex shedding.