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Paul Scott Cameron, John Charles Nash, Robert Christopher Bloomer, Robert Edward Wollan, Kelly Marie Kreutter, Melinda Ann Ahler Olmstead, Dale Harry Renner, Ryan Douglas Bourne, Keith Michael Carnish, Dean Richard Jones: Computerized event-driven routing system and method for use in an order entry system. Andersen Consulting, Merchant Gould Smith Edell Welter & Schmidt P A, November 17, 1998: US05839117 (215 worldwide citation)

A computerized system and method for providing event-driven routing to provide user assistance and marketing functions in an order entry system is provided. One or more user-initiated events capable of being recognized by the computer are defined, as are one or more application points. Each of the a ...


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Paul Scott Cameron, John Charles Nash, Robert Christopher Bloomer, Robert Edward Wollan, Melinda Ann Ahler Olmstead, Kelly Marie Kreutter: Customer contact mangement system. Anderson Consulting, Merchant Gould Smith Edell Welter & Schmidt P A, April 7, 1998: US05737726 (207 worldwide citation)

A customer contact management system is described. The system can be customized in order to provide custom contact types and sub-types for the types of contacts relating to individual customers, groups of customers, and business entities. User preferences may be defined to further customize the syst ...


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Michael Ragan Krames, Paul Scott Martin, Tun Sein Tan: AlGaInN-based LED having thick epitaxial layer for improved light extraction. LumiLeds Lighting U S, Brian D Ogonowsky, Rachael V Leiterman, Skjerven Morrill MacPherson, October 17, 2000: US06133589 (133 worldwide citation)

A light-emitting diode (LED) and a method of making the device utilize a thick multi-layered epitaxial structure that increases the light extraction efficiency of the device. The LED is an aluminum-gallium-indium-nitride (AlGaInN)-based LED. The thick multi-layered epitaxial structure increases the ...


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James Patrick Lyons, Albert Andreas Maria Esser, Paul Scott Bixel: Method and system for wind turbine braking. General Electric Company, Ann M Agosti, Marvin Snyder, May 25, 1999: US05907192 (100 worldwide citation)

Stored rotational energy in an operating variable speed wind turbine is used to pitch blades and brake the wind turbine in the event of utility power grid failure. In one embodiment, a generator IGBT converter and the main power utility grid IGBT converter supply control and pitch servo power during ...


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Paul Scott Cameron, John Charles Nash, Robert Christopher Bloomer, Robert Edward Wollan, Kelly Marie Kreutter, Melinda Ann Ahler Olmstead, Dale Harry Renner, Ryan Douglas Bourne, Keith Michael Carnish, Dean Richard Jones: Computerized source searching system and method for use in an order entry system. Andersen Consulting, Merchant Gould Smith Edell Welter & Schmidt P A, November 3, 1998: US05832459 (89 worldwide citation)

A computerized source searching system and method for the placement of an order for at least one offer via a terminal having a display is disclosed. The system includes system storage for storing offer information, and for storing electronic reproductions of offer sources corresponding to the offer ...


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Michael Ragan Krames, Paul Scott Martin, Tun Sein Tan: Aluminum indium gallium nitride-based LED having thick epitaxial layer for improved light extraction. Lumileds Lighting U S, Rachel V Leiterman, Patent Law Group, November 18, 2003: US06649440 (74 worldwide citation)

A light-emitting diode (LED) and a method of making the device utilize a thick multi-layered epitaxial structure that increases the light extraction efficiency of the device. The LED is an aluminum-gallium-indium-nitride (AlGaInN)-based LED. The thick multi-layered epitaxial structure increases the ...


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Edward L Grivna, Paul Scott: Minimum-latency data mover with auto-segmentation and reassembly. Cypress Semiconductor, Maiorana & Acosta P C, September 7, 1999: US05949799 (73 worldwide citation)

A data mover which provides guaranteed transfer of data between two locations. The data mover includes a pair of data packet memories for input, a pair of data packet memories for output, and a controller which alternately switches each of the paired data packet memories between a data loading mode ...


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Cynthia Rae Criss Puszkiewicz, John Leagh Beadel, Paul Scott Haefeli, Gregory Hopkins Parrott, Kirk Arnim Tedsen: Central forced air cooling of a gaming machine. International Game Technology, Beyer Weaver & Thomas, August 28, 2001: US06280318 (42 worldwide citation)

A system and method is provided for cooling a gaming machine. The cooling system includes an air flow assembly which draws fresh air from outside the gaming machine. The air flow assembly provides the fresh air to a set of ducts. The set of ducts channel the fresh air to one or more internal compone ...


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Paul Scott Schuster: Rotary hand tool with a crank arm incorporated into its handle. August 1, 2000: US06095018 (31 worldwide citation)

A rotary driver providing continuous uninterrupted rotation, which allows the user to install rotary fasteners without the tedious and potentially harmful long term effects of twisting the wrist. The tool comprises a handle of the size and shape to comfortably fit in a hand of a operator, connected ...


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Werner K Goetz, Michael D Camras, Changhua Chen, Gina L Christenson, R Scott Kern, Chihping Kuo, Paul Scott Martin, Daniel A Steigerwald: Formation of ohmic contacts in III-nitride light emitting devices. Lumileds Lighting U S, Rachel V Leiterman, Patent Law Group, December 2, 2003: US06657300 (27 worldwide citation)

P-type layers of a GaN based light-emitting device are optimized for formation of Ohmic contact with metal. In a first embodiment, a p-type GaN transition layer with a resistivity greater than or equal to about 7 &OHgr;cm is formed between a p-type conductivity layer and a metal contact. In a second ...