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Joel T Huizenga, Russell W Anderson, Thomas Woodley Brotherton: Automated methods and systems for vascular plaque detection and analysis. Ischem Corporation, BioTechnology Law Group, Daniel M Chambers, February 2, 2010: US07657299 (41 worldwide citation)

Automated methods and systems for the detection and analysis of plaque in one or more regions of a patient's vasculature are described.


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Craig Dillon, Richard Howe, Nicolaas A van Goor, Sachin Sarnobat, Russell W Anderson, Jason Lenderman, Gordon Cameron: System and method for obtaining keyword descriptions of records from a large database. Fair Isaac Corporation, Mintz Levin Cohn Ferris Glovsky and Popeo P C, April 22, 2008: US07363308 (33 worldwide citation)

A computerized system for augmenting data from a source database with data from a reference database to generate an augmented database that can be used for predictive modeling is disclosed. The present invention includes a method for using the Internet to obtain information, including, reading a dat ...


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Arthur N Hendrickson, Lawrence C Hanlon, Russell W Anderson: Apparatus and method for recycling asphalt materials. Rap Process Machinery, Samuelson & Jacob, February 23, 1993: US05188299 (14 worldwide citation)

Apparatus and method for processing asphalt material to be recycled by introducing used asphalt material from the field in relatively large pieces, as received from the field, into one end of a cage-like array of tubular breaker members while simultaneously heating the tubular breaker members from t ...


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Arthur N Hendrickson, Lawrence C Hanlon, Russell W Anderson: Apparatus for recycling asphalt materials. Samuelson & Jacob, May 28, 1996: US05520342 (12 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for processing recyclable asphalt material includes an elongate drum having a generally cylindrical wall, a central axis, a first end and a second end, and being mounted for rotation about the central axis, with the central axis tilted at an acute angle so as to elevate one of the first an ...


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Arthur N Hendrickson, Lawrence C Hanlon, Russell W Anderson: Apparatus for recycling asphalt materials. Rap Process Machinery, Samuelson & Jacob, March 15, 1994: US05294062 (12 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for processing asphalt material to be recycled by introducing used asphalt material from the field in relatively large pieces, as received from the field, into one end of a cage-like array of tubular breaker members while simultaneously heating the tubular breaker members from the other en ...


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Russell W Anderson, Michael J Held: Indexable shell cutter. Manufacturers Tool Service, Robert E Howard, October 14, 1986: US04616965 (12 worldwide citation)

An indexable shell cutter having an improved cartridge for mounting a cutter insert on the cutting face of the shell cutter body. The cutter body has a plurality of recesses extending rearwardly from the cutting face, each of said recesses being formed by a first surface, a second surface spaced fro ...


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Joel T Huizenga, Russell W Anderson, Thomas Woodley Botherton: Automated methods and systems for vascular plaque detection and analysis. Ischem Corporation, Acuity Law Group P C, Daniel M Chambers, November 29, 2011: US08068894 (8 worldwide citation)

Automated methods and systems for the detection and analysis of plaque in one or more regions of a patient's vasculature are described.


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Russell W Anderson: Heat loss reduction in rotating drum dryers. Samuelson & Jacob, June 12, 1990: US04932863 (6 worldwide citation)

A drum dryer for use in the manufacture of bituminous concrete asphalt is provided with a jacket including a layer of ceramic fiber insulation bonded too an outer sheath of aluminum, the jacket being wrapped the outer peripheral surface of the wall of the drum and secured in place with bands of stai ...


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Russell W Anderson: Swimming pool water cannon. Schapp and Hatch, May 15, 1990: US04925181 (5 worldwide citation)

An amusement device for forcibly propelling a coherent water jet from a body of water such as a swimming pool utilizing a housing having a generally tapering open passage from one end to the other, with the larger end of the passage being open and essentially unobstructed for admitting water freely ...


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Russell W Anderson: Heat loss reduction in rotating drum dryers. Samuelson & Jacob, March 28, 1989: US04815969 (2 worldwide citation)

A drum dryer for use in the manufacture of bituminous concrete asphalt is provided with a jacket including a layer of ceramic fiber insulation bonded to an outer sheath of aluminum, the jacket being wrapped around the outer peripheral surface of the wall of the drum and secured in place with bands o ...