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Marvin M Theimer, Michael J Spreitzer, Mark D Weiser, Richard J Goldstein, Scott A Elrod, Daniel C Swinehart, William N Schilit, Robert T Krivacic, Roy Want: Method for granting a user request having locational and contextual attributes consistent with user policies for devices having locational attributes consistent with the user request. Xerox Corporation, R Christine Jacobs, Tracy L Hurt, September 10, 1996: US05555376 (632 worldwide citation)

The present invention describes a method for superimposing prespecified locational, environmental, and contextual controls on user interactions, including interactions of mobile users, with computational resources. A system is described for electronically monitoring contextual information concerning ...


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Marvin M Theimer, Michael J Spreitzer, Mark D Weiser, Richard J Goldstein, Scott A Elrod, Daniel C Swinehart, William N Schilit, Robert T Krivacic, Roy Want: Method for triggering selected machine event when the triggering properties of the system are met and the triggering conditions of an identified user are perceived. Xerox Corporation, R Christine Jacobs, Tracy L Hurt, February 11, 1997: US05603054 (582 worldwide citation)

The present invention describes a method for superimposing prespecified locational, environmental, and contextual controls on user interactions, including interactions of mobile users, with computational resources. A system is described for electronically monitoring contextual information concerning ...


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Marvin M Theimer, Michael J Spreitzer, Mark D Weiser, Richard J Goldstein, Scott A Elrod, Daniel C Swinehart, William N Schilit, Robert T Krivacic, Roy Want: Method for selectively performing event on computer controlled device whose location and allowable operation is consistent with the contextual and locational attributes of the event. Xerox Corporation, R Christine Jacobs, Tracy L Hurt, March 11, 1997: US05611050 (496 worldwide citation)

The present invention describes a method for superimposing prespecified locational, environmental, and contextual controls on user interactions, including interactions of mobile users, with computational resources. A system is described for electronically monitoring contextual information concerning ...


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Marvin M Theimer, Michael J Spreitzer, Mark D Weiser, Richard J Goldstein, Scott A Elrod, Daniel C Swinehart, William N Schilit, Robert T Krivacic, Roy Want: System for granting ownership of device by user based on requested level of ownership, present state of the device, and the context of the device. Xerox Corporation, R Christine Jacobs, Tracy L Hurt, August 6, 1996: US05544321 (477 worldwide citation)

The present invention describes a method for superimposing prespecified locational, environmental, and contextual controls on user interactions, including interactions of mobile users, with computational resources. A system is described for electronically monitoring contextual information concerning ...


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Teresa F Lunt, Matthew K Franklin, David L Hecht, Thomas A Berson, Mark J Stefik, R Drew Dean, Alan G Bell, Thomas M Breuel, Todd A Cass, Douglas N Curry, Daniel H Greene, Robert T Krivacic: Systems and methods for forgery detection and deterrence of printed documents. Xerox Corporation, Oliff & Berridge, November 29, 2005: US06970259 (104 worldwide citation)

A print management system includes a policy that determines a protection level for a document to be printed. The document is printed using forgery detection and deterrence technologies, such as fragile and robust watermarks, glyphs, and digital signatures, that are appropriate to the level of protec ...


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Richard H Bruce, Douglas N Curry, Robert T Krivacic, Huangpin B Hsieh: Apparatus and method for detecting and locating rare cells. Palo Alto Research Center Incorporated, Fay Sharpe, October 2, 2007: US07277569 (17 worldwide citation)

In accordance with one aspect of the present application, an imager and method for detecting and locating rare cells in a sample is disclosed. An imager stage supports the sample. A fiber optic bundle has a proximate bundle end of first fiber ends arranged to define an input aperture viewing the sam ...


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Douglas N Curry, Richard H Bruce, Robert T Krivacic, Huangpin B Hsieh, Richard A Lerner: Method of converting rare cell scanner image coordinates to microscope coordinates using reticle marks on a sample media. The Scripps Research Institute, Palo Alto Research Center Incorporated, Fay Sharpe, December 4, 2007: US07305112 (15 worldwide citation)

Provided is a method for obtaining a position of an object. A slide which carries at least one object and has reticle marks arranged at positions which form substantially a right angle, is positioned in a slide holder of a first imaging system. A first coordinate space of the imaging system is defin ...


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Robert T Krivacic: Computer user interface for non-dominant hand assisted control. Xerox Corporation, Fay Sharpe Beall Fagan Minnich & McKee, November 5, 1996: US05572238 (15 worldwide citation)

A computer terminal user interface control is provided for allowing input from an operators non-dominant hand. Force sensitive resistor pairs are provided at right angles to one another. Forces applied to these transducers move a tool set to various sub-portions of a video display device. The user's ...


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Robert T Krivacic, Roger Hoover, Ellen Isaacs, James Glasnapp: Computer-implemented system and method for spontaneously identifying and directing users to available parking spaces. Palo Alto Research Center Incorporated, Patrick J S Inouye, Krista A Wittman, July 21, 2015: US09087453 (5 worldwide citation)

A computer-implemented system and method for spontaneously identifying and directing motorists to available parking spaces is provided. Parking spaces are tracked to determine a status of each space. A destination of a user is received. At least one parking space is identified as available and near ...


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Alan J Demers, Ronald A Frederick, Christian P Jacobi, Christopher A Kantarjiev, Robert T Krivacic, Mark D Weiser: Local inking with gray pixels. Xerox Corporation, Fay Sharpe Beall Fagan Minnich & McKee, May 18, 1999: US05905488 (5 worldwide citation)

As an electronic pen (16) moves across a display screen (12), a position resolver (14) generates a series of x,y-coordinate positions which are sent to a remote computer system (20) having a relatively high latency or time delay before the positions are processed and intended display information is ...