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Craig Allen
Jaime E Garcia, Craig Allen Carroll: Optical alignment system for power tool. Black & Decker, Kirkpatrick & Lockhart Nicholson Graham, August 30, 2005: US06937336 (16 worldwide citation)

A power tool having a work surface and a spindle attached to the power tool and defining an axis of operation of the power tool. In one embodiment, the power tool may include a bracket above the work surface. The bracket may include first and second bracket receptacles and first second holders movab ...


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James Kraemer Ph.D.
Robert R Friedlander, Richard Hennessy, James R Kraemer: Directing a user to a medical resource. International Business Machines Corporation, March 8, 2012: US20120059227-A1

A processor-implemented method, system, and/or computer program product directs a user using a physiological sensor to a needed medical resource. A real-time state of a medical condition of a user is determined based on readings from a physiological sensor on a user. A processing system correlates t ...


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xiaosu YI
Xiao Wen, Zhang Yuyan, Yi Xiaosu, Yang Yuanhong, Liu Dewen, Han Yanling: Method for realizing anti-radiation reinforcement of optical fiber gyro by means of optical photofading. Beijing University Of Aeronautics &Amp Astronautics, liu xiujuan cheng jinyu, July 19, 2006: CN200610011251

The invention relates to a method for using light discolor to achieve the optical fiber gyrostat anti-spreading reinforce which is a method for adopting active prevention to achieve the anti-spreading reinforce. It uses the light discolor principle of the optical fiber on spreading condition and ado ...


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Marcos Laraia
Jose Marcos Laraia, Masahisa Niwa, Robert P Moehrke, Jose G Taveira: Reactive sensor modules using Pade Approximant based compensation and providing module-sourced excitation. AMI Semiconductor, Matsushita Electric Works, MacPherson Kwok Chen & Heid, Gideon Gimlan, February 28, 2006: US07006938 (29 worldwide citation)

Reactive sensors typically exhibit nonlinear response to temperature variation. Systems and methods are disclosed for compensating for the nonlinear and/or temperature dependent behavior of reactive sensors and for calibrating the post-compensation output signals relative to known samples of the phy ...


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Sumit Agarwal
Sumit Agarwal, Vic Gundotra, Alex Nicolaou: Providing results to parameterless search queries. Google, Shumaker & Sieffert P A, July 2, 2013: US08478519 (6 worldwide citation)

In one implementation, a computer-implemented method includes receiving a parameterless search request, which was provided to a mobile computing device, for information that is relevant to a user of the mobile computing device. The method also includes, in response to the received parameterless sear ...


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Marcos Laraia
Jose Marcos Laraia, David John Willis: Providing nonlinear temperature compensation for sensing means by use of padé approximant function emulators. Semiconductor Components, Haynes and Boone, August 2, 2011: US07991571 (5 worldwide citation)

Pade Approximant function emulators are used to model the nonlinear offset and/or nonlinear sensitivity behaviors of a sensor relative to temperature sub-ranges and to produce temperature compensating corrections for both offset and sensitivity as desired. In order to avoid use of brute force divisi ...


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Sumit Agarwal
Sumit Agarwal, Vic Gundotra, Alex Nicolaou: Providing results to parameterless search queries. Google, Shumaker & Sieffert P A, August 6, 2013: US08504286 (3 worldwide citation)

In one implementation, a computer-implemented method includes receiving a parameterless search request, which was provided to a mobile computing device, for information that is relevant to a user of the mobile computing device. The method also includes, in response to the received parameterless sear ...


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Marcos Laraia
Jose Marcos Laraia, Masahisa Niwa, Robert P Moehrke, Jose G Taveira: Reactive sensor modules using pade approximant based compensation and providing module-sourced excitation. MacPherson Kwok Chen & Heid, December 22, 2005: US20050283330-A1

Reactive sensors typically exhibit nonlinear response to the combination of an excitational signal (e.g., sinusoidally oscillating signal) and a physical parameter under measure (e.g., position of magnetic core member). Such sensors are typically sensitive to temperature variation. Systems and metho ...


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David M DeLorme, Keith A Gray, T Angus Ferguson: Travel reservation information and planning system. DeLorme Publishing Co, Pierce Atwood, Chris A Caseiro, September 7, 1999: US05948040 (1462 worldwide citation)

Computerized travel reservation information and planning system that generates "map ticket" output in various media, for guidance and transactions en route. Such print or electronic documents can include bar or alphanumeric codes for automated recognition and/or access. WHERE?, WHO/WHAT?, WHEN? and ...


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David M DeLorme, Keith A Gray, Gordon Autry, Keith A Moulton: Integrated routing/mapping information. DeLorme Publishing Company, Peirce Atwood, Chris A Caseiro, Patrick R Scanlan, November 20, 2001: US06321158 (899 worldwide citation)

An Integrated Routing/Mapping Information System (IRMIS) links desktop personal computer cartographic applications to one or more handheld organizer, personal digital assistant (PDA) or “palmtop” devices. Such devices may be optionally equipped with, or connected to, portable Global Positioning Syst ...



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