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Huaichuan Hubert Jin, Richard Schwartz, Frederick G Walls, Sreenivasa P Sista: Method and apparatus for score normalization for information retrieval applications. BBNT Solutions, Leonard Charles Suchyta, James K Weixel, November 18, 2003: US06651057 (68 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for normalizing a score associated with a document is presented. Statistics relating to scores assigned to a set of training documents not relevant to a topic arc determined. Scores represent a measure of relevance to the topic. After the various statistics have been collected ...


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Huaichuan Hubert Jin, Richard Schwartz, Frederick G Walls, Sreenivasa P Sista: Method and apparatus for score normalization for information retrieval applications. Fish & Neave IP Group Ropes & Gray, June 13, 2006: US07062485 (21 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for normalizing a score associated with a document is presented. Statistics relating to scores assigned to a set of training documents not relevant to a topic are determined. Scores represent a measure of relevance to the topic. After the various statistics have been collected ...


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John Schwartz, Richard Schwartz: Endotracheal intubation device. AI Medical Devices, Ian C McLeod, December 2, 2008: US07458375 (19 worldwide citation)

An endotracheal intubation device having a curvable portion and internal optics or a viewing device which facilitate the insertion of an endotracheal tube into a patient. The curvable portion comprises a portion of the tubular element having one or more sets of slits to provide flexibility. The curv ...


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John Schwartz, Richard Schwartz: Endotracheal intubation device. AI Medical Devices, Ian C McLeod, February 9, 2010: US07658708 (18 worldwide citation)

An endotracheal intubation device having a curvable portion and internal optics or a viewing device which facilitate the insertion of an endotracheal tube into a patient. The device has a handle and a trigger. When the trigger is squeezed the curvable portion curves in a controlled manner from a ful ...


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Richard Schwartz, John Michael Berry, Weidong Cui: Methods of producing influenza vaccine compositions. MedImmune Vaccines, August 28, 2007: US07262045 (17 worldwide citation)

Methods and compositions for the optimization of production of influenza viruses suitable as influenza vaccines are provided.


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Richard Schwartz: Mobile of modular construction for displaying pictures. North American Enclosures, Howard C Miskin, March 4, 1997: US05606816 (14 worldwide citation)

A mobile that is constructed from modular components. The mobile is particularly suited for displaying pictures (i.e. photographs) and updating pictures from time to time. The modular components include display envelopes, a modular support, a hanger, and a suspension medium (i.e. thread). Each of th ...


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Richard Schwartz, John Schwartz: Endotracheal intubation device. Richard C Litman, April 1, 2003: US06539942 (14 worldwide citation)

A device for facilitating intubation including an elongate tube inserted in a conventional endotracheal tube. An imaging device (e.g., a nasopharyngoscope) is inserted through the device, and the device is then inserted through an endotracheal tube. The device includes a control wire and handgrip to ...


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Richard Schwartz: Self contained frame. North American Enclosures, Howard C Miskin, December 14, 1976: US03996682 (10 worldwide citation)

A picture frame has a lip for supporting the front of a picture and at least one groove. Resilient means, such as spring clips, have tongues for insertion into the groove. The clips support the rear of the picture and can hold pictures of varying thickness. A second groove can be disposed behind sai ...


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Richard Schwartz: Picture frame. North American Enclosures, Howard C Miskin, May 30, 1989: US04833803 (8 worldwide citation)

A picture frame includes four legs delineating a rectangular opening and coupling members joining the adjacent ends of the legs, each leg including a longitudinal outer web, a high front flange and a low rear flange projecting upwardly from the web front and rear edges and coplanar legs projecting t ...


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Richard Schwartz: Tap-shoe tap-sound amplifying device. March 26, 1991: US05001852 (7 worldwide citation)

In a preferred embodiment, a pair of tap shoes each having toe and heel taps, associated with each tap there being an audio-pickup transducer mounted one adjacent each tap, connected by signal-carrying wiring to a common electronic radio-wave transmitter and power-source mechanism that receives and ...



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