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Carl Brock Brandenberg, Robert L Kay, Kenneth J Maxwell, R Brandon Cotter: Method and apparatus for scheduling presentation of digital content on a personal communication device. Melvin A Hunn, December 21, 2004: US06834195 (657 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus wherein a software scheduling agent resides on a communication network and/or client device, such as location-aware wireless communication appliances, television set top boxes, or other end user client devices is disclosed. The software scheduling agent is part of a probabilis ...


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Carl Brock Brandenberg, Robert L Kay, Kenneth J Maxwell, R Brandon Cotter: Method and apparatus for scheduling presentation of digital content on a personal communication device. Wireless Agents, James E Walton, Richard G Eldredge, June 7, 2011: US07958457 (128 worldwide citation)

A method of presenting digital content to a user on a display of a computing device displaying a continuous stream of digital content in a stream portion of the display, obtaining a current context of the user and the computing device, providing contextual sensitivities for the digital content items ...


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Carl Brock Brandenberg, Robert L Kay: Physical configuration of a hand-held electronic communication device. Wireless Agents, James E Walton, Melvin A Hunn, Hill & Hunn, December 16, 2003: US06665173 (76 worldwide citation)

A hand-held, electronic, bi-directional, wireless electronic communication device having a physical configuration which includes a relatively large, constantly visible display and an alphanumeric keyboard that can be concealed until needed.


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Carl Brock Brandenberg, Robert L Kay: Physical configuration of a hand-held electronic communication device. Wireless Agents, Hill Law Firm, March 21, 2006: US07016182 (66 worldwide citation)

A hand-held, electronic, bi-directional, wireless electronic communication device having a physical configuration which includes a relatively large, constantly visible display and an alphanumeric keyboard that can be concealed until needed.


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Robert L Kay: System and method for dispensing fluid droplets of known volume and generating very low fluid flow rates. Elite Engineering Corporation, Koppel & Jacobs, April 10, 2001: US06213354 (52 worldwide citation)

A system and method for dispensing fluid droplets of a known volume uses a control system using inner and outer control loops. The inner control loop includes a pump which pressurizes a fluid against an aperture, causing fluid to pass through the aperture and to a dispensing tip at a particular flow ...


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Robert L Kay, Carl B Brandenberg: Automated generation of masks for photo-compositing. Mel A Hunn, April 23, 2002: US06377269 (43 worldwide citation)

An image processing method useful for producing images of subjects for inclusion in composite images, said processing method utilizing multiple images, including a first image of a foreground subject plus a first background, and a second image of said foreground subject plus a second background. The ...


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David A Chan, Robert L Kay, Matthew J Murphy, Steven M Jones, Kenneth G Bayer, Paul Hug, Horace H Hines: Proximity detector for body contouring system of a medical camera. ADAC Laboratories, Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, December 27, 1994: US05376796 (35 worldwide citation)

A direct measurement system for proximity detection of a body profile for use within nuclear medicine. The measurement system includes two or three proximity detector units mounted on a gantry structure of a nuclear medicine camera which each emit an energy beam which is swept across a portion of a ...


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Carl Brock Brandenberg, Robert L Kay: Physical configuration of a hand-held electronic communication device. Wireless Agents, James E Wallon, February 1, 2011: US07881055 (12 worldwide citation)

A hand-held, electronic, bi-directional, wireless electronic communication device having a physical configuration which includes a relatively large, constantly visible display and an alphanumeric keyboard that can be concealed until needed.


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Robert L Kay, Steven T Lane: Test probe positioning method and system for micro-sized devices. Elite Engineering Corporation, Koppel & Jacobs, March 27, 2001: US06208375 (11 worldwide citation)

A test probe positioning method and system displays an image of a micro-device to be probed on a display screen. A “target feature” is selected—either by manual means such as a computer mouse, or by automatic means based on previously-stored information. The pixel address of the selected target feat ...


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Edward V LaBudde, Robert L Kay: Programming circuit for individual bomblets in a cluster bomb. ISC Technologies, Koppel & Jacobs, January 24, 1989: US04799429 (8 worldwide citation)

A bomblet within a cluster bomb is provided with an individually programmable detonation time delay, such that the bomblet can be programmed to detonate at a desired time after it has been dropped. Program signals are transmitted to the bomblet from a wire that runs through an opening in the bomblet ...