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Nishar Dipchand V, Dollmeyer Thomas A, Nelson Christopher R: Energy efficient control of vehicle engine driven air compressor. Cummins Engine Co, September 29, 1999: GB2335760-A (2 worldwide citation)

A system and method for air compressor control wherein the air compressor (12) is loaded only when engine activities require it to be loaded or when free engine power is available to operate the compressor (12). The operating mode of the compressor (12) is controlled by a pressure activated air gove ...


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Hafsteinsson Gudmundur, Lebeau Michael J, Marmasse Natalia, Agarwal Sumit, Nishar Dipchand: Location-based responses to telephone requests. Google, Hafsteinsson Gudmundur, Lebeau Michael J, Marmasse Natalia, Agarwal Sumit, Nishar Dipchand, MCGUIRE Joshua J, October 9, 2008: WO/2008/122031 (1 worldwide citation)

A method for receiving processed information at a remote device is described. The method includes transmitting from the remote device a verbal request to a first information provider and receiving a digital message from the first information provider in response to the transmitted verbal request. Th ...


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Nishar Dipchand, Stets Robert J: Prioritizing ad reviews, by using expected revenue for example, in an advertising system. Google, zhengli linru dun, August 20, 2008: CN200680030709

Ads are reviewed manually once they have reached a certain expected revenue threshold (instead of attempting to review manually all incoming ads as was done in the past). This review process considers the fact that the many advertisers submit hundreds or even thousands of ads with each individually ...


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Nishar Dipchand, Stets Robert J: Prioritizing ad reviews, by using expected revenue for example, in an advertising system. Google, April 23, 2008: EP1913539-A2

Ads are reviewed manually once they have reached a certain expected revenue threshold (instead of attempting to review manually all incoming ads as was done in the past). This review process considers the fact that the many advertisers submit hundreds or even thousands of ads with each individually ...


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Nishar Dipchand, Stets Robert J: Prioritizing ad reviews, by using expected revenue for example, in an advertising system. Google, Nishar Dipchand, Stets Robert J, POKOTYLO John C, January 4, 2007: WO/2007/002909

Ads are reviewed manually once they have reached a certain expected threshold. The fact that the many advertisers submit hundreds or even thousands of ads with each individually returning relatively little revenue. Such a review process should greatly reduce the number of ads or to prioritize the or ...


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Shacham Yael, Rechis Leland, Jenson Scott, Nishar Dipchand: Expandable homepage modules. Google, Shacham Yael, Rechis Leland, Jenson Scott, Nishar Dipchand, SMYTH Matthew J, July 24, 2008: WO/2008/089361

A computer-implemented method is disclosed. The method includes receiving a command generated by selection of a control on a web page displayed on a user device, identifying a registered account associated with the user device, and adding display content associated with the control to a personalized ...


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Hafsteinsson Gudmundur, Lebeau Michael J, Marmasse Natalia, Agarwal Sumit, Nishar Dipchand: Location-based responses to telephone requests. Google, Zhang Huansheng, An Xiang, March 31, 2010: CN200880017420

A method for receiving processed information at a remote device is described. The method includes transmitting from the remote device a verbal request to a first information provider and receiving a digital message from the first information provider in response to the transmitted verbal request. Th ...


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Nishar Dipchand, Stets Robert J: Prioritizing ad reviews, by using expected revenue for example, in an advertising system. Google, April 2, 2008: KR1020087002365

Ads are reviewed manually once they have reached a certain expected revenue threshold (instead of attempting to review manually all incoming ads as was done in the past). This review process considers the fact that the many advertisers submit hundreds or even thousands of ads with each individually ...



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