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Peter Nicholls, Robert Kinyon, Jeff Skaistis, Steve Johnson, Andy Locker, Chris Guzik, Scott Howard: Logistics system for automating tansportation of goods. TanData Corporation, Harness Dickey & Pierce, January 16, 1996: US05485369 (164 worldwide citation)

The various transportation logistics tasks, such as order processing, order fulfillment, transportation of goods and tracking, are assigned to individual client/server objects which make up the building blocks of the computerized logistics management system. A tokenized message handling scheme allow ...


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Peter Nicholls, Robert Kinyon, Jeff Skaistis, Steve Johnson, Andy Locker, Chris Guzik, Scott Howard: Logistics system for automating transportation of goods. TanData Corporation, Harness Dickey & Pierce, May 20, 1997: US05631827 (144 worldwide citation)

The various transportation logistics tasks, such as order processing, order fulfillment, transportation of goods and tracking, are assigned to individual client/server objects which make up the building blocks of the computerized logistics management system. A tokenized message handling scheme allow ...


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Patrick Charles Mancuso, Scott Howard Prager: Centralized mapping of security credentials for database access operations. International Business Machines Corporation, Brown Raysman Millstein Felder & Steiner, August 23, 2005: US06934706 (92 worldwide citation)

An enterprise data integration product which facilitates access to one or more external or remote databases so as to provide integration from a central application. The product enables a user to pre-populate a credential database which stores the user's security credentials for each of the remote da ...


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Thomas M McQuade, Steven Yellin Schondorf, Scott Howard Gaboury: Method and apparatus for monitoring seat belt use of rear seat passengers. Ford Global Technologies, Gary A Smith, March 26, 2002: US06362734 (74 worldwide citation)

A system for monitoring the secured/unsecured status of seat belts in rear seating rows of a vehicle notes the number and/or location of seat belts secured at a base time when all doors are closed and the vehicle starts in motion. The vehicle operator is alerted to any later change in the number of ...


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Lawrence Gerard Stopczynski, Steven Yellin Schondorf, Scott Howard Gaboury, J B Drummond Jr: Integrated radar and active transponder collision prediction system. Ford Global Technologies, Gary A Smith, July 16, 2002: US06420996 (41 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for permitting a host automotive vehicle to avoid or mitigate the consequences of a collision between the host vehicle and a target automotive vehicle by using a combination of radar derived target information and transponder information. The host vehicle is equipped with a ra ...


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Stephen Thomas Davis, Scott Howard Dickerson, Philip Anthony Harris, Robert Neil Hunter III, Lee Frederick Kuyper, Karen Elizabeth Lackey, Michael Joseph Luzzio, James Marvin Veal, Duncan Herrick Walker: Substituted oxidole derivatives as protein tyrosine and as protein serine/threonine kinase inhibitors. SmithKline Beecham Corporation, John L Lemanowicz, April 9, 2002: US06369086 (37 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates generally to novel substituted oxindole compounds and compositions. Such compounds and compositions have utility as pharmacological agents in treating diseases or conditions alleviated by the inhibition or antagonism of protein kinase activated signalling pathways. In p ...


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Stephen Thomas Davis, Scott Howard Dickerson, Stephen Vernon Frye, Philip Anthony Harris, Robert Neil Hunter III, Lee Frederick Kuyper, Karen Elizabeth Lackey, Michael Joseph Luzzio, James Marvin Veal, Duncan Herrick Walker: Substituted oxindole derivatives as protein tyrosine and as protein serine/threonine kinase inhibitors and compositions and methods of treating chemotherapy and radiation therapy side effects. SmithKline Beecham Corporation, Jennifer L Fox, September 12, 2006: US07105529 (34 worldwide citation)

Compounds of formula (I): wherein X is N, CH, CCF3, or C(C1-12 aliphatic); R4 is sulfonic acid, C1-12 aliphatic-sulfonyl, sulfonyl-C1-12 aliphatic, C1-12 aliphatic-sulfonyl-C1-6 aliphatic, C1-6 aliphatic-amino, R7-sulfonyl, R7 sulfonyl-C1-12 aliphatic, R7-aminosulfonyl, R7-aminosulfonyl-C1-12 alipha ...


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Vasilevsky Alexander David, Davis Scott Howard, Thomas Benjamin Joseph Iii: Method and apparatus for providing virtual computing services. Katana Technology, February 23, 2005: EP1508855-A2 (29 worldwide citation)

A level of abstraction is created between a set of physical processors and a set of virtual multiprocessors to form a virtualized data center. This virtualized data center comprises a set of virtual, isolated systems separated by a boundary referred as a partition. Each of these systems appears as a ...



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