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John A Hauck, Arthur L Olive: Rate adaptive cardiac rhythm management device control algorithm using trans-thoracic ventilation. Cardiac Pacemakers, Haugen and Nikolai, June 7, 1994: US05318597 (197 worldwide citation)

A rate adaptive cardiac rhythm management device in which the pacing rate is adjusted in accordance with changes in the patient's minute ventilation. An adaptive four-pole elliptic digital filter, preferably implemented in software, functions to attenuate any signal components due to cardiac activit ...


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Aaron F Bobick, W Thatcher Ulrich, J Bryan Lewis, Eliot Shepard, Peter Lehman: Interactive exercise apparatus. Tectrix Fitness Equipment, Testa Hurwitz & Thibeault, April 6, 1999: US05890995 (194 worldwide citation)

An interactive exercise apparatus engages a user's mind and body. The apparatus comprises an exercise mechanism, a steering mechanism, and a control mechanism for manipulation by the user to achieve exercise, to indicate a direction of motion, and to interact with virtual objects in a simulated envi ...


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Larry Miller: Stationary exercise device. Howard & Howard, January 24, 1995: US05383829 (194 worldwide citation)

An exercise device includes a pair of foot engaging links. The first end of each link is supported for rotational motion about a pivot axis and a second end of each foot link is guided in a reciprocal path of travel. The combination of these foot link motions permits the users foot to travel in an i ...


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Norman Apperson, Brian C Beckman: System and method for safety distributing executable objects. Microsoft Corporation, Lee & Hayes PLLC, November 2, 1999: US05978484 (192 worldwide citation)

The invention includes a method and system for distributing and executing executable code. Before sending executable code to a client, a distributing authority associates a privilege request code with the executable code. The privilege request code indicates a requested set of privileges that the ex ...


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Atsushi Hisano, Masahiro Ando, Merice A Washer: Exercise promotion device, and exercise promotion method employing the same. Omron Corporation, Dickstein Shapiro Morin & Oshinsky, October 26, 2004: US06808473 (192 worldwide citation)

The objective of this invention is to provide an exercise aid device which can be used for various kinds of exercise and which enables the user to perform aerobic exercise safely and comfortably at the level best suited to that person, and a method which employs this device. In order to achieve this ...


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Donald C Miller, David John Allen: Continuously variable transmission. Motion Technologies, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, February 10, 2004: US06689012 (190 worldwide citation)

A continuously variable transmission is disclosed for use in rotationally or linearly powered machines and vehicles. The transmission provides a simple manual shifting method for the user. Further, the practical commercialization of traction roller transmissions requires improvements in the reliabil ...


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Laura Lee Kusumoto, Earl David Sacerdoti, Leila Janine Sigler, Sonya Lee Sigler: System and method for consumer-selected advertising and branding in interactive media. Avatizing, Venable, Ralph P Albrecht, W Russell Swindell, October 11, 2005: US06954728 (190 worldwide citation)

Participants in a virtual world in an interactive, virtual environment implemented by computer networks and other interactive media such as interactive television are recruited to advertise products and brands to the other participants and viewers in the virtual world. Each user entering the virtual ...


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Jack B Stubbs, Kevin L Schwieger: Exercise monitoring system and methods. Dinsmore & Shohl, May 22, 2007: US07220220 (189 worldwide citation)

An exercise monitoring system which includes an electronic positioning device; a physiological monitor; and a display unit configured for displaying data provided by said electronic positioning device and said physiological monitor.


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Arthur H Kaufman: Audible electronic exercise monitor. EPM Development Systems Corporation, John H Thomas P C, June 24, 2003: US06582342 (188 worldwide citation)

An electronic activity monitor for monitoring the performance of an activity such as an exercise comprises an activity detector responsive to motion associated with the performance of the activity to output a corresponding signal, a processor for receiving the signal and determining a starting addre ...


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Joel S Douglas, Andrew M Drexler, Charles C Raney, Edward C Leung, Edison F Yee: Analyte concentration information collection and communication system. Mercury Diagnostics Incorporated, Burns Doane Swecker & Mathis, November 7, 2000: US06144922 (187 worldwide citation)

A monitoring system which collects patient physiological date is designed specifically for communication with a communication module which facilitates data transfer from the monitoring system to a remote site. The communication module has data input mechanisms to facilitate setting parameters of the ...



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