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Michelle Baker: User definable pictorial interface for a accessing information in an electronic file system. David P Gordon, February 3, 1998: US05715416 (125 worldwide citation)

A pictorial user interface for accessing information in an electronic file system provides a pictorial image which is linked to a file directory and which identifies the file directory. Objects in the pictorial image are icons linked to file objects and an animated character is overlaid on the picto ...


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Michelle Baker: Enhanced electronic mail system including methods and apparatus for identifying mime types and for displaying different icons. Intellinet, David P Gordon, David S Jacobson, Thomas A Gallagher, April 8, 2003: US06546417 (120 worldwide citation)

Electronic mail client software has a mailbox displayer which lists messages together with an icon for each message where the icon is associated with the MIME type of the message. Mail which contains a file attachment is listed in the inbox with an icon indicative of the type of file attached to the ...


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Michelle Baker: User definable pictorial interface for accessing information in an electronic file system. David P Gordon, David S Jacobson, Thomas A Gallagher, December 14, 1999: US06002401 (109 worldwide citation)

A pictorial user interface for accessing information in an electronic file system provides a pictorial image which is linked to a file directory and which identifies the file directory. Objects in the pictorial image are icons linked to file objects and an animated character is overlaid on the picto ...


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Michelle Baker, Thomas A Ryan: Systems and methods for adaptive profiling, fault detection, and alert generation in a changing environment which is measurable by at least two different measures of state. David P Gordon, June 6, 2000: US06073089 (89 worldwide citation)

Systems and methods for detecting changes, and in particular faults, in a changing environment include constructing a profile of the environment using observations made during no fault conditions. A range of values for one or more "trusted" variables are identified as values indicative of a no fault ...


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Michelle Baker: Diagnostic system utilizing a Bayesian network model having link weights updated experimentally. David P Gordon, David S Jacobson, Thomas A Gallagher, June 13, 2000: US06076083 (72 worldwide citation)

Diagnostic systems utilizing a bayesian network model having link weights updated experientially include an algorithm for easily quantifying the strength of links in a Bayesian network, a method for reducing the amount of data needed to automatically update the probability matrices of the network on ...


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Michelle Baker: Pictorial interface for accessing information in an electronic file system. David P Gordon, David S Jacobson, Thomas A Gallagher, August 21, 2001: US06278455 (50 worldwide citation)

A pictorial user interface for accessing information in an electronic file system provides a pictorial image which is linked to a file directory and which identifies the file directory. Objects in the pictorial image are icons linked to file objects and an animated character is overlaid on the picto ...


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Michelle Baker: Electronic mail software with modular integrated authoring/reading software components. Intellinet, Gordon & Jacobson P C, July 11, 2006: US07076730 (47 worldwide citation)

Electronic mail software includes a main email component and a number installable components. The installable components include authoring/reading components for creating/reading different kinds of documents and mailbox components for listing different kinds of messages or for listing messages in di ...


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Michelle Baker: Electronic mail software with modular integrated authoring/reading software components including methods and apparatus for controlling the interactivity between mail authors and recipients. Gordon & Jacobson P C, October 28, 2008: US07444374 (18 worldwide citation)

Electronic mail software includes a main email component and a number of installable components which communicate bidirectionally with the email component through an application programming interface (API). The installable components include authoring/reading components and a mailbox browser/editor ...