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Randall L Luck, Richard Scott: Morphological classification system and method. Neuromedical Systems, Renner Otto Boisselle & Sklar, October 26, 1993: US05257182 (191 worldwide citation)

A method of classifying cells based upon their morphology includes a method of classifying objects in a cytological specimen, including the steps of obtaining a first image of at least part of a cytological specimen, classifying objects in the first image on the basis of a predetermined criteria, ob ...


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Mark R Rutenberg, Thomas L Hall, Robert Domes, Richard Chaban, Thomas Dulak, James M Herriman, John Porzio, Randall L Luck, James Knapp: Automated cytological specimen classification system and method. Neuromedical Systems, Renner Otto Boisselle & Sklar, February 15, 1994: US05287272 (177 worldwide citation)

An automated screening system and method for cytological specimen classification in which a neural network is utilized in performance of the classification function. Also included is an automated microscope and associated image processing circuitry.


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Robert A Grubba, Randall L Luck, Tim Toombs: Radio-linked, bi-directional control system for model electric trains. NC Train Acquisition L L C, Vinson & Elkins, May 8, 2007: US07215092 (16 worldwide citation)

A wireless system uses a direct UHF radio frequency (RF) signal to control electric trains and train accessories. A controller, such as a handheld unit used by the toy train operator, accepts control commands and transmits encoded control data over a high frequency radio link directly to a receiver, ...


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Robert A Grubba, Randall L Luck, Tim Toombs: Radio-linked, Bi-directional control system for model electric trains. Venable Baetjer Howard And Civiletti, December 2, 2004: US20040239268-A1

A wireless system uses a direct UHF radio frequency (RF) signal to control electric trains and train accessories. A controller, such as a handheld unit used by the toy train operator, accepts control commands and transmits encoded control data over a high frequency radio link directly to a receiver, ...


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Robert A Grubba, Randall L Luck, Tim Toombs: Radio-linked, bi-directional control system for model electric trains. John P Shannon, Merek Blackmon & Voorhees, December 29, 2005: US20050285552-A1

A wireless system uses a direct UHF radio frequency (RF) signal to control electric trains and train accessories. A controller, such as a handheld unit used by the toy train operator, accepts control commands and transmits encoded control data over a high frequency radio link directly to a receiver, ...


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Felix Clarence Quintanar II, Randall L Luck, Gary D Turner, Mark Joseph Phelps: Systems and methods for a wireless sensor proxy with feedback control. Lifesync Corporation, Sutherland Asbill & Brennan, July 15, 2010: US20100179391-A1

Systems and methods may be provided for wirelessly monitoring physiological vital signs. The systems and methods may include transmitting, from a local replication system via a wireless communications link, one or more stimulus signals to a remote signal acquisition subsystem that may be in communic ...