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Paris de l Etraz, James R Fees, Paul Hatcher, Otto Bruderer, Christina M Fees: System, method, and computer program product for providing relational patterns between entities. BoardWalk, Sterne Kessler Goldstein & Fox P L L C, June 6, 2000: US06073138 (472 worldwide citation)

A contact intelligence data mining tool for storing, processing, displaying, and printing relational patterns between entities (e.g., business and other contacts). The tool allows proprietary individual contact data to be merged with accurate and up-to-date public information in order to explore the ...


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Paris de l&apos Etraz, James R Fees, Paul Hatcher, Otto Bruderer, Christina M Fees: System, method, and computer program product for providing relational patterns between entities. BoardWalk, Sterne Kessler Goldstein & Fox PLLC, November 27, 2001: US06324541 (379 worldwide citation)

A contact intelligence data mining tool for storing, processing, displaying, and printing relational patterns between entities (e.g., business and other contacts). The tool allows proprietary individual contact data to be merged with accurate and up-to-date public information in order to explore the ...


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Paul Steabben Hepworth, Brian Edward Brooks, Paul Hatcher: Device for finding concealed studs. Turner Intellectual Property, Thomason & Moser, September 22, 1998: US05812057 (24 worldwide citation)

A detector device for finding concealed studs in partitioning includes a pair of plates which are supplied with ac via resistors. Amplifiers produce outputs representing the sum and difference respectively of the signals imposed on the plates. The sum signal drives a display enabling circuit includi ...


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Godfrey Rust, Paul Hatcher, Mark Bide: Computer implemented methods and systems for representing multiple data schemas and transferring data between different data schemas within a contextual ontology. Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale And Dorr, June 16, 2005: US20050131920-A1

Methods and systems are provided which enable users to map and transform data between different data schemas while preserving the semantic integrity of the data. In accordance with the present invention, computer implemented methods and systems are provided for separation and mapping of representati ...


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