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Hans Peter Mueller, Louis Anthony Cox Jr: Calendar system with direct and telephony networked voice control interface. U S West, MediaOne Group, Holme Roberts & Owen, December 28, 1999: US06009398 (85 worldwide citation)

An electronic calendar system is disclosed wherein the calendar system can interact with a user entirely auditorially, e.g. via speech based interactions, entirely visually, or a combination of both. Moreover, the present invention utilizes context information regarding the state or configuration of ...


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Peter Mueller, Heike E Riel, Walter Riess, Horst Vestweber: Organic opto-electronic devices. International Business Machines Corporation, Marian Underweiser, November 13, 2001: US06316786 (78 worldwide citation)

The present invention pertains to new flip-chip organic opto-electronic structures and methods for making the same. The new organic opto-electronic device includes at least two separate parts. Each part comprises an electrode and at least one of these electrodes carries an organic stack. After compl ...


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Peter Mueller, Oscar Sebastiani: Method and system for evaluating data picked-up by means of long term ECG devices. Mueller & Sebastiani Elektronik, Townsend and Townsend, February 11, 1992: US05086778 (51 worldwide citation)

A method and a system of evaluating data picked-up by means of a long term ECG device and stored in a permanent memory, is characterized in that, in a first step, a transfer is effected of the data of the permanent memory onto a data carrier independent from the long term ECG device, with a brief ev ...


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Jean Pierre Fleurial, Margaret A Ryan, Alex Borshchevsky, Wayne Phillips, Elizabeth A Kolawa, G Jeffrey Snyder, Thierry Caillat, Thorsten Kascich, Peter Mueller: Microfabricated thermoelectric power-generation devices. California Institute of Technology, Fish & Richardson P C, May 14, 2002: US06388185 (31 worldwide citation)

A device for generating power to run an electronic component. The device includes a heat-conducting substrate (composed, e.g., of diamond or another high thermal conductivity material) disposed in thermal contact with a high temperature region. During operation, heat flows from the high temperature ...


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Peter Mueller, Ivan Gheczy: Sound absorbing heat shield with perforate support layer. Matec Holdikng, Griffin Butler Whisenhunt & Kurtossy, March 23, 1993: US05196253 (30 worldwide citation)

A heat shield (1) includes a support layer (2) that is perforate only in predetermined partial areas (6, 7, 8) and comprises an insulation layer (3) that has a protective coating (4, 5) on both sides thereof. In particular, flange areas (6), attachment areas (8), and areas of bent or angular deformi ...


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Jean Pierre Fleurial, Margaret A Ryan, Alex Borshchevsky, Wayne Phillips, Elizabeth A Kolawa, G Jeffrey Snyder, Thierry Caillat, Thorsten Kascich, Peter Mueller: Microfabricated thermoelectric power-generation devices. California Institute of Technology, Fish & Richardson P C, September 7, 2004: US06787691 (28 worldwide citation)

A device for generating power to run an electronic component. The device includes a heat-conducting substrate (composed, e.g., of diamond or another high thermal conductivity material) disposed in thermal contact with a high temperature region. During operation, heat flows from the high temperature ...


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Juergen Schrader, Eckart Schuler, Peter Mueller: Drive system for moving a lockable vehicle part. Mercedes Benz, Evenson McKeown Edwards & Lenahan P L L C, August 12, 1997: US05655331 (26 worldwide citation)

A drive system is provided for moving a lockable vehicle part. The drive system includes a drive element that operates with a change in length. The element is supported at its ends on the vehicle part and on the body. A releasable snap lock is provided by which the vehicle part is locked in one of i ...


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Louis Anthony Cox Jr, Edward J Fontenot, Kenneth L Hamel, Hans Peter Mueller, Victoria L Corlew: Automated system and method for voice processing. U S West, Brooks & Kushman P C, August 5, 1997: US05655006 (26 worldwide citation)

An automated method and system for voice processing is used with a plurality of voice mail boxes each of which is assigned to a corresponding one of a plurality of subscribers and is operative to receive and store a plurality of voice messages. After playback of the stored message has begun, playbac ...


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Kenneth L Hamel, Louis A Cox, Hans Peter Mueller: Method for annotating and editing voice messages via acoustic bullet points. U S West, MediaOne Group, Holme Roberts & Owen, August 24, 1999: US05943402 (23 worldwide citation)

A method and system for segmenting and acting upon segments of, for example, a previously generated voice message by inserting audible interrupts into the voice message for partitioning the voice message into segments. Upon initiating or encountering such an interrupt in a voice message, a subscribe ...



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