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Patent Citations of Douglas Quine's Publications

(for citations of my journal articles by publications see: www.quine.org/pub-sci.html#ccite)

Kreithen ML, Quine DB. 1979. "Infrasound detection by the homing pigeon: A behavioral audiogram." Journal of Comparative Physiology 129: 1-4 cited by:

  1. U. S. Patent #5,774,088 - Melvin Kreithen (University of Pittsburgh): "Method and System for Warning Birds of Hazards" (June 30, 1998)

Quine DB, Kreithen ML. 1981. "Frequency shift discrimination: Can homing pigeons locate infrasounds by Doppler shifts?" Journal of Comparative Physiology 141: 153-155 cited by:

  1. U. S. Patent #5,774,088 - Melvin Kreithen (University of Pittsburgh): "Method and System for Warning Birds of Hazards" (June 30, 1998)



Citations of Douglas Quine's Patents (listed by Quine Patent number)

U. S. Patent #6,717,957 - Quine: "Method for delivering information in a closed loop multimedia system" cited by:

  1. U. S. Patent #7,266,584 - Shawn Patrick Mullen et al (IBM): "Electronic mail distribution via a network of computer controlled display terminals with interactive display interfaces enabling senders/receivers to view sequences of only text from sequences of E-Mail having same headers" (September 4, 2007)
  2. U. S. Patent #7,466,823 - Steve Vestergaard et al: "Digital media distribution method and system" (December 16, 2008 )
  3. U. S. Patent #7,529,712 - John Heaven et al (Yangaroo): "Content distribution system and method" (May 5, 2009)
  4. U. S. Patent #7,856,476 - Erez Halahmi et al (TIP Communications): "E-mail proxy" (December 21, 2010)
  5. U. S. Patent #8,156,191 - Erez Halahmi et al (Research In Motion Limited): "E-mail proxy" (April 10, 2012)

U. S. Patent #6,782,415 - Quine: "Business-to-employee messaging system" cited by:

  1. U. S. Patent #7,272,662 - Pascal Chesnais et al (NMS Communications): "Systems and methods for routing messages to communications devices over a communications network" (September 18, 2007)
  2. U. S. Patent #7,333,223 - Junious Gupton et al (Genworth Financial): "System and method for electronically delivering documents" (February 19, 2008)
  3. U. S. Patent #7,408,681 - Yoshifumi Tanimoto (Murata Kikai Kabushiki Kaisha): "Facsimile server that distributes received image data to a secondary destination" (August 5, 2008)
  4. U. S. Patent #7,466,823 - Steve Vestergaard et al: "Digital media distribution method and system" (December 16, 2008 )
  5. U. S. Patent #7,865,559 - Mark Stuart Day (Cisco Technology): "Message delivery coordination among multiple messaging media" (January 4, 2011)
  6. U. S. Patent #8,078,668 - Jean-Jacques Moreau (Canon Kabushiki Kaisha): "Method and device for processing a message in a communication network" (Dec. 13, 2011)
  7. U. S. Patent #8,139,751 - Leonard J. Magsamen, Jr. et al (United Services Automobile Association - USAA): "System and method to communicate information to an employee" (March 20, 2012)
  8. U. S. Patent #8,230,363 - Thomas B. Zingale et al (Goldman, Sachs & Co.): "Management of corporate entities" (July 24, 2012)
  9. U. S. Patent #8,307,042 - Jess Z. Dolgin (E-Shop Enterprises, LLC): "System and method for instantaneously deploying packetized alert data" (November 6, 2012)

U. S. Patent #6,795,376 - Quine: "Method for displaying an environmentally modulated expiration date"" cited by:

  1. U. S. Patent #7,057,495 - Wayne Debord et al (Paksense): "Perishable product electronic label including time and temperature measurement" (June 6, 2006)
  2. U. S. Patent #7,248,147 - Wayne Debord et al (PakSense): "Perishable product electronic label including time and temperature measurement" (July 24, 2007)
  3. U. S. Patent #7,362,661 - Mark R. Yager et al (K. & M. International): "Device for teaching time" (April 22, 2008)
  4. U. S. Patent #7,495,558 - Gary Pope et al (Infratab): "Shelf-life monitoring sensor-transponder system" (February 24, 2009)
  5. U. S. Patent #7,522,067 - Thomas Jensen et al (PakSense): "Variable display" (April 21, 2009)
  6. U. S. Patent #7,532,106 - Wayne K. Debord et al (PakSense): "Perishable product electronic label including time and temperature measurement" (May 12, 2009)
  7. U. S. Patent #7,675,409 - Thomas Jensen et al (PakSense): "Environmental sensing" (March 9, 2010)
  8. U. S. Patent #7,675,424 - Wayne Debord et al (PakSense): "Perishable product electronic label including time and temperature measurement" (March 9, 2010)
  9. U. S. Patent #7,764,183 - Jonathan Burchell et al (Infratab): "Apparatus and method for monitoring and communicating data associated with a product" (July 27, 2010)
  10. U. S. Patent #7,817,499 - Azadeh Solhjoo et al (Honeywell International): "CO end of life timing circuit" (October 19, 2010)
  11. U. S. Patent #7,912,754 - Jody Ann Tirinato et al (Abbott Point of Care): "Point-of-care inventory management system and method" (March 22, 2011)
  12. U. S. Patent #7,982,622 - Jonathan Burchell et al (Infratab): "Apparatus and method for monitoring and communicating data associated with a product" (July 19, 2011)
  13. U. S. Patent #8,033,237 - David Ernest Havens et al (Cornerstone Research Group): "Environmental condition cumulative tracking integration sensor using shape memory polymer" (October 11, 2011)

U. S. Patent #6,832,246 - Quine: "Dynamic electronic forwarding system" cited by:

  1. U. S. Patent #7,062,564 - Quenton Lanier Gilbert et al (Cingular): "Systems and methods for an e-mail clearing house" (June 13, 2006)
  2. U. S. Patent #7,181,496 - Eric Jeffrey Edwards et al (Infowave Software): "Automatic email forwarding rule creation" (February 20, 2007)
  3. U. S. Patent #7,603,416 - Yasushi Kasajima (Matsushita Electric Works): "Method and system for automatically transferring electronic mail over a communication network" (October 13, 2009)
  4. U. S. Patent #7,774,502 - Vikas Sanathana Murthy et al: "Determining an international destination address" (August 10, 2010)
  5. U. S. Patent #7,774,503 - Vikas Sanathana Murthy et al: "Universal address recognition for text-capable communication devices" (August 10, 2010)
  6. U. S. Patent #8,001,272 - Vikas Sanathana Murthy et al (Syniverse ICX): "Obtaining a valid international destination address" (August 16, 2011)

U. S. Patent #6,839,738 - Quine and Schumacher: "System and method for cleansing addresses for electronic messages" cited by:

  1. U. S. Patent #6,963,929 - Soobok Lee (Kangnam-ku): "Internet e-mail add-on service system" (November 8, 2005)
  2. U. S. Patent #7,062,564 - Quenton Lanier Gilbert et al (Cingular): "Systems and methods for an e-mail clearing house" (June 13, 2006)
  3. U. S. Patent #7,653,631 - Steven W. Lundberg (FoundationIP): "Method for synchronizing information in multiple case management systems" (January 26, 2010)
  4. U. S. Patent #7,774,408 - Pradeep Sinha et al (FoundationIP): "Methods, systems, and emails to link emails to matters and organizations" (August 10, 2010)

U. S. Patent #6,865,561 - Allport, Kelly, Nicholls, Capelli, Quine: "Closed system meter having address correction capabilities" cited by:

  1. U. S. Patent #7,590,544 - Robert F. Snapp (United States Postal Service): "Method for correcting a mailing address" (September 15, 2009)
  2. U. S. Patent #7,739,201 - Rod Witmond et al (Neopost Technologies): "Mailpiece tracking" (June 15, 2010)
  3. U. S. Patent #7,900,052 - Jeffrey J. Jonas (IBM): "Confidential data sharing and anonymous entity resolution" (March 1, 2011)
  4. U. S. Patent #7,904,197 - James D. Wilson et al (United States Postal Service): "Methods and systems for providing one code address correction service" (March 8, 2011)
  5. U. S. Patent #7,974,882 - Mark F. Shada et al (Direct Resources Solutions): "Method and system for creating a comprehensive undeliverable-as-addressed database for the improvement of the accuracy of marketing mailing lists" (July 5, 2011)
  6. U. S. Patent #8,046,311 - Mark Ferraro et al (Neopost): "Postal indicia generating system and method" (October 25, 2011)
  7. U. S. Patent #8,204,831 - Jeffrey J. Jonas et al (IBM): "Post-anonymous fuzzy comparisons without the use of pre-anonymization variants" (June 19, 2012)
  8. U. S. Patent #8,245,933 - Marvin L. Isles at al (Pitney Bowes): "Method and system for applying a postal authority barcode on a document processing system" (August 21, 2012)
  9. U. S. Patent #8,326,898 - Mark Woolston et al (Bell & Howell, LLC): "Method and system for run time directories for address services on a mail processing system" (December 4, 2012)

U. S. Patent #6,895,427 - Quine and Schumacher: "System and method for cleansing addresses for electronic messages" cited by:

  1. U. S. Patent #7,062,564 - Quenton Lanier Gilbert et al (Cingular): "Systems and methods for an e-mail clearing house" (June 13, 2006)
  2. U. S. Patent #7,155,523 - Quenton Lanier Gilbert et al (Cingular): "Systems and methods for an e-mail clearing house" (Dec. 26, 2006)
  3. U. S. Patent #7,165,093 - Ian E. Smith et al (Xerox): "Active electronic messaging system" (Jan. 16, 2007)
  4. U. S. Patent #7,252,198 - Yoshifusa Togawa et al (Fujitsu): "Mail system, mail address managing apparatus, mail transmitting method, and computer-readable recording medium in which mail system program is recorded" (August 7, 2007)
  5. U. S. Patent #7,836,068 - Rick Allen Hamilton et al (IBM): "Authenticating electronic communications" (November 16, 2010)
  6. U. S. Patent #7,895,278 - Rick Allen Hamilton II et al (IBM): "Method for automatically modifying electronic distribution lists using predefined rules" (February 22, 2011)
  7. U. S. Patent #7,962,506 - Rick Allen Hamilton et al (IBM): "System for creating and modifying lists for electronic distribution" (June 28, 2011)
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U. S. Patent #6,957,248 - Quine and Quine: "System and method for forwarding electronic messages" cited by:

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U. S. Patent #6,985,408 - Quine: "Method for displaying an environmentally modulated expiration date" cited by:

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U. S. Patent #6,988,129 - Quine: "Method for providing address change notification in an electronic message forwarding system" cited by:

  1. U. S. Patent #7,120,671 - Carl Phillip Gusler et al (IBM): "Method and system for multiple-party, electronic mail receipts" (Oct. 10, 2006)
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U. S. Patent #7,004,396 - Quine and Baker: "System and method for grouping mail pieces in a sorter" cited by:

  1. U. S. Patent #7,182,339 - Edward S. Engarto et al (Lockheed Martin): "Thickness measuring system, having improved software, for use within a mail handling system, and method of using same" (February 27, 2007)
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U. S. Patent #7,016,938 - Quine: "E-Mail Forwarding System Having Archival Database" cited by:

  1. U. S. Patent #7,254,573 - Thomas Burke: "System and method for identifying alternate contact information in a database related to entity, query by identifying contact information of a different type than was in query which is related to the same entity" (August 7, 2007)
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U. S. Patent #7,149,780 - Quine and Schumacher: "Method for determining e-mail address format rules" cited by:

  1. U. S. Patent #7,181,496 - Eric Jeffrey Edwards et al (Infowave Software): "Automatic email forwarding rule creation" (February 20, 2007)
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U. S. Patent #7,156,290 - Stemmle, Hasbani, Auslander, Quine, Wittenberg, and Nagarsheth: "System and method for determining and reporting whether a mail piece has been opened by a recipient" cited by:

  1. U. S. Patent #7,216,808 - Darryl Rathbun et al (Pitney Bowes): "Method for a user to answer questions or queries using electrical contacts" (May 15, 2007)
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U. S. Patent #7,229,025 - Sussmeier, Auslander, MacKay, Obrea, and Quine: "Barcode with enhanced additional stored data" cited by:

  1. U. S. Patent #7,428,996 - Leon A. Pintsov et al (Pitney Bowes): "Method and system for encoding information into a bar code with different module size" (September 30, 2008)
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U. S. Patent #7,258,277 - Baker and Quine: "Method for enhancing mail piece processing system" cited by:

  1. U. S. Patent #8,059,861 - Bing Li et al (Lockheed Martin): "Method and system for identifying and recognizing products for sorting/sequencing operations" (Nov. 15, 2011)
  2. U. S. Patent #8,150,547 - Richard Wojdyla et al (Bell and Howell, LLC): "Method and system to provide address services with a document processing system" (April 3, 2012)

U. S. Patent #7,341,334 - Auslander and Quine: "System and method for preventing security ink tampering" cited by:

  1. U. S. Patent #7,782,198 - Timothy Wayne Crockett et al (IBM): "Apparatus and method for detecting tampering of a printer compartment" (August 24, 2010)

U. S. Patent #7,389,274 - Sansone, Quine and Monsen: "Integrated payment for international business reply mail" cited by:

  1. U. S. Patent #8,160,974 - Richard Schoonmaker et al (Pitney Bowes): "Multiple carrier mailing machine" (April 17, 2012)

U. S. Patent #7,414,219 - Quine and Baker: "System and method for grouping mail pieces in a sorter" cited by:

  1. U. S. Patent #8,042,692 - Stephane Ambroise (Solystic): "Mailpiece conveyor device with servocontrol on reject rate" (October 25, 2011)

U. S. Patent #7,543,026 - Quine and Schumacher: "System and method for address correction of electronic messages" cited by:

  1. U. S. Patent #8,006,190 - Michael Quoc et al (Yahoo! Inc): "Social namespace addressing for non-unique identifiers" (August 23, 2011)
  2. U. S. Patent #8,095,608 - Ryota Fukasawa et al (Fujitsu Limited / Fujitsu Social Science Laboratory): "Email wrong transmission preventing apparatus and method" (January 10, 2012)
  3. U. S. Patent #8,224,994 - Eric Schneider (ESDR Network Solutions LLC): "Fictitious domain name method, system, product, and apparatus" (July 17, 2012)
  4. U. S. Patent #8,307,039 - Raymond Paul Vander Veen (Research In Motion Limited): "Method for disambiguating email recipient fields in an electronic device" (November 6, 2012)
  5. U. S. Patent #8,370,349 - Michael Quoc et al (Yahoo!): "Instant contact searching and presentation by category" (February 5, 2013)
  6. U. S. Patent #RE43,690 - Eric Schneider et al (ESDR Network Solutions LLC): "Search engine request method, product, and apparatus" (September 25, 2012)

U. S. Patent #7,596,600 - Quine and Blue: "System for selective delivery of electronic communications" cited by:

  1. U. S. Patent #7,953,814 - C. Scott Chasin et al (McAfee): "Stopping and remediating outbound messaging abuse" (May 31, 2011)
  2. U. S. Patent #8,363,793 - C. Scott Chasin et al (McAfee): "Stopping and remediating outbound messaging abuse" (January 29, 2013)

U. S. Patent #7,690,566 - Quine and Haas: "Integrated ballot and voting envelope with voter verification security" cited by:

  1. U. S. Patent #8,267,306 - Antoon Bosselaers et al (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven): "Selection systems" (September 18, 2012)

U. S. Patent #7,868,264 - Stemmle, Caddy, and Quine: "System and process for reducing number of stops on delivery route by identification of standard class mail" cited by:

  1. U. S. Patent #8,136,671 - Brent A. Daboub et al (National Presort Inc.): "Document sort machine having dual feeders" (March 20, 2012)

U. S. Patent #7,889,885 - Cordery, Campagna, Foth, Haas, and Quine: "Method for detecting perforations on the edge of an image of a form" cited by:

  1. U. S. Patent #8,194,942 - Takeo Tobe et al (Fit Design System Co.): "Authentication device and authentication method" (June 5, 2012)

Citations of Douglas Quine's Patent Applications (listed by Quine Application number)

Quine and Quine patent application #20020023138 "System and method for forwarding electronic messages" cited by:

  1. U. S. Patent #7,558,833 - Amy L. Sherwood (AT&T Intellectual Property): "Method and system for selectively forwarding electronic-mail" (July 7, 2009)
  2. U. S. Patent #7,730,136 - Christopher D. Smith et al (Research In Motion): "System and method for integrating electronic mail accounts" (June 1, 2010)
  3. U. S. Patent #7,882,182 - Dharmesh N. Bhakta et al (IBM): "Correcting information in a received electronic mail" (February 1, 2011)
  4. U. S. Patent #8,065,376 - Christopher D. Smith et al (Research In Motion Limited): "System and method for integrating electronic mail accounts" (Nov. 22, 2011)
  5. U. S. Patent #8,117,253 - Julien Robinson et al (Alcatel Lucent): "Condition control system, device and process for message transmission" (February 14, 2012)
  6. U. S. Patent #8,166,111 - Dharmesh N. Bhakta et al (IBM): "Method for correcting a received electronic mail having an erroneous header)" (April 24, 2012)
  7. U. S. Patent #8,266,217 - Donald H. Osterberg, Jr. (Oracle International): "Unsolicited electronic message source verification and tracking system and method" (September 11, 2012)
  8. U. S. Patent #8,291,030 - Christopher D. Smith et al (Research In Motion Limited): "System and method for integrating electronic mail accounts" (October 16, 2012)
  9. U. S. Patent #8,380,976 - Kenji Hirota et al (IBM): "System, server, method, and computer program for relaying electronic mail" (February 19, 2013)

Quine patent application #20020080416 "Apparatus for verifying a facsimile document via the internet" cited by:

  1. U. S. Patent #7,376,704 - David L. Wellons et al (AT&T Delaware Intellectual Property): "Methods, systems, and products for converting between legacy systems" (May 20, 2008)
  2. U. S. Patent #7,418,101 - Gary M. Nobel et al (Hewlett-Packard Development Company): "Securely transferring user data using first and second communication media" (August 26, 2008)
  3. U. S. Patent #7,440,567 - David L. Wellons et al (AT&T Intellectual Property): "Healthcare virtual private network methods and systems" (October 21, 2008)
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Quine and Schumacher patent application #20020087639 "System and method for cleansing addresses for electronic messages" cited by:

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Quine and Schumacher patent application #20020087640 "System and method for cleansing addresses for electronic messages" cited by:

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Quine patent application #20030074288 "System and method for electronically reconciling financial accounts" cited by:

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Quine patent application #20030099157 "Method for displaying an environmentally modulated expiration date" cited by:

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Quine patent application #20030101226 "Method for providing address change notification in an electronic message forwarding system" cited by:

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Quine and Schumacher patent application #20030115279 "System and method for address correction of electronic messages" cited by:

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Quine patent application #20030115280 "Method for determining e-mail address format rules" cited by:

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Quine & Blue patent application #20030187942 "System for selective delivery of electronic communications" cited by:

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Sansone, Cordery, MacKay, Sussmeier, Bodie, Ryan, and Quine patent application #20040094615 "Recipient elected messaging services enabled by processing codes printed on mail" cited by:

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Quine patent application #20040202386 "Automatic paper to digital converter and indexer" cited by:

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Baker, Quine, and Starrett patent application #20040215368 "System and method for tracking mailpieces" cited by:

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Baker, Quine, Starrett patent application #20040215478 "Method of providing a unique identifier for a mailpiece" cited by:

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Baker, Quine, Starrett patent application #20040230543 "Method for retrieving mailpiece tracking details using mailpiece images" cited by:

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Quine patent application #20040246819 "Method for displaying an environmentally modulated expiration date" cited by:

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Quine patent application #20050046694 "System and method for synchronizing a strobe in video image capturing..." cited by:

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Sansone, Monsen, Quine patent application #20050071288 "Integrated payment for international business reply mail." cited by:

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Stemmle, Hasbani, Auslander, Quine, Wittenberg, and Nagarsheth patent application #20050127157 "System and method for determining and reporting whether a mail piece has been opened by a recipient" cited by:

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Quine, Sharma, and Massucci patent application #20050135973 "Method and device for collecting and transferring biohazard samples" cited by:

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Quine, Stemmle, Massucci, and Zukowski patent application #20050136540 "Method and device for isolating, collecting and transferring hazardous samples" cited by:

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Baker, Starrett, Quine patent application #20050169224 "Method of providing a unique identifier for a mailpiece" cited by:

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Baker, Starrett, Quine patent application #20050171919 "Method for generating mailpieces and storing mailpiece identification and tracking information" cited by:

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Sussmeier, Auslander, MacKay, Obrea, and Quine patent application #20050269416 "Barcode with enhanced additional stored data" cited by:

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Quine and Baker patent application #20060113223 "Sorting method and system with dynamically re-allocated sortation bins" cited by:

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Baker and Quine patent application #20060113387 "Bar code recognition method and system for paper handling equipment" cited by:

  1. U. S. Patent #7,416,125 - Ynjiun P. Wang et al (Hand Held Products): "Synthesis decoding and methods of use thereof" (August 26, 2008)

Quine and Baker patent application #20060124512 "System and method for grouping mail pieces in a sorter" cited by:

  1. U. S. Patent #7,527,261 - Denis J. Stemmle (Lockheed Martin): "Mailpiece container for stacking mixed mail and method for stacking mail therein" (May 5, 2009)
  2. U. S. Patent #7,769,765 - Denis J. Stemmle (Lockheed Martin): "Method and system for sorting mail" (August 3, 2010)
  3. U. S. Patent #7,778,728 - Denis J. Stemmle (Lockheed Martin): "Apparatus and method for positioning objects/mailpieces" (August 17, 2010)
  4. U. S. Patent #7,781,693 - Cameron Lanning Cormack: "Method and system for sorting incoming mail" (August 24, 2010)
  5. U. S. Patent #7,820,932 - Denis Stemmle (Lockheed Martin): "Mail sorter, method, and software product for a two-step and one-pass sorting algorithm" (October 26, 2010)
  6. U. S. Patent #7,858,894 - Denis J. Stemmle (Lockheed Martin): "E-mail proxy" (December 28, 2010)
  7. U. S. Patent #7,928,336 - Denis J. Stemmle (Lockheed Martin): "Clamp for mixed mail sorter" (April 19, 2011)
  8. U. S. Patent #7,937,184 - Denis J. Stemmle (Lockheed Martin): "Mail sorter system and method for productivity optimization through precision scheduling" (May 3, 2011)
  9. U. S. Patent #7,947,916 - Denis J. Stemmle (Lockheed Martin): "Mail sorter system and method for moving trays of mail to dispatch in delivery order" (May 24, 2011)
  10. U. S. Patent #8,013,267 - Denis Stemmle (Lockheed Martin): "Macro sorting system and method" (Sept. 6, 2011)
  11. U. S. Patent #8,035,053 - Rolf-Peter Skrdlant et al (Siemens AG): "Sorting installation and sorting method for letters and large letters" (October 11, 2011)
  12. U. S. Patent #8,079,588 - Denis Stemmle (Lockheed Martin): "Mailpiece container for stacking mixed mail and method for stacking mail therein" (Dec. 20, 2011)
  13. U. S. Patent #8,138,438 - Denis Stemmle (Lockheed Martin): "Carrier delivery sequence system and process adapted for upstream insertion of exceptional mail pieces" (March 30, 2012)
  14. U. S. Patent #8,143,548 - Denis Stemmle (Lockheed Martin): "Clamp for mixed mail sorter" (March 27, 2012)
  15. U. S. Patent #8,231,002 - Denis Stemmle (Lockheed Martin): "Mailpiece container for stacking mixed mail and method for stacking mail therein" (July 31, 2012)
  16. U. S. Patent #8,261,515 - Denis Stemmle (Lockheed Martin): "Mailpiece container for stacking mixed mail and method for stacking mail therein" (September 11, 2012)
  17. U. S. Patent #8,271,126 - Armin Zimmermann (Siemens Aktiengesellschaft): Method and configuration for handling objects" (September 18, 2012)
  18. U. S. Patent #8,326,450 - Denis Stemmle (Lockheed Martin): "Method and system for GPS augmentation of mail carrier efficiency" (December 4, 2012)
  19. U. S. Patent #8,334,472 - Thomas Sheng et al (Avision): "Automatic document feeder assembly capable of sorting originals" (December 18, 2012)
  20. U. S. Patent #8,369,985 - Denis Stemmle (Lockheed Martin): "Mail sorter for simultaneous sorting using multiple algorithms" (February 5, 2013)

Quine and Ryan patent application #20070058851 "Confirming cancellation of truncated checks" cited by:

  1. U. S. Patent #7,873,200 - Charles Lee Oakes III et al (United Services Automobile Association - USAA): "Systems and methods for remote deposit of checks" (January 18, 2011)
  2. U. S. Patent #7,876,949 - Charles Lee Oakes III et al (United Services Automobile Association - USAA): "Systems and methods for remote deposit of checks" (January 25, 2011)
  3. U. S. Patent #7,885,451 - Carol Ann Walls et al (United Services Automobile Association - USAA): "Systems and methods for displaying negotiable instruments derived from various sources" (February 8, 2011)
  4. U. S. Patent #7,885,880 - Bharat Prasad et al (United Services Automobile Association - USAA): "Atomic deposit transaction" (February 8, 2011)
  5. U. S. Patent #7,896,232 - Bharat Prasad et al (United Services Automobile Association - USAA): "Systems, methods, and apparatus for receiving images of one or more checks" (March 1, 2011)
  6. U. S. Patent #7,900,822 - Bharat Prasad et al (United Services Automobile Association - USAA): "Systems, methods, and apparatus for receiving images of one or more checks" (March 8, 2011)
  7. U. S. Patent #7,949,587 - Michael Frank Morris et al (United Services Automobile Association - USAA): "Systems and methods for financial deposits by electronic message" (May 24, 2011)
  8. U. S. Patent #7,962,411 - Bharat Prasad (United Services Automobile Association - USAA): "Atomic deposit transaction" (June 14, 2011)
  9. U. S. Patent #7,970,677 - Charles Lee Oakes, III et al (United Services Automobile Association - USAA): "Systems and methods for financial deposits by electronic message" (June 28, 2011)
  10. U. S. Patent #7,974,899 - Bharat Prasad et al (United Services Automobile Association - USAA): "Atomic deposit transaction" (July 5, 2011)
  11. U. S. Patent #7,996,314 - Arthur Quentin Smith et al (United Services Automobile Association - USAA): "Systems and methods to modify a negotiable instrument" (August 9, 2011)
  12. U. S. Patent #7,996,315 - Arthur Quentin Smith et al (United Services Automobile Association - USAA): "Systems and methods to modify a negotiable instrument" (August 9, 2011)
  13. U. S. Patent #7,996,316 - Arthur Quentin Smith et al (United Services Automobile Association - USAA): "Systems and methods to modify a negotiable instrument" (August 9, 2011)
  14. U. S. Patent #8,001,051 - Arthur Quentin Smith et al; (United Services Automobile Association - USAA): "Systems and methods to modify a negotiable instrument" (August 16, 2011)
  15. U. S. Patent #8,046,301 - Arthur Quentin Smith et al (United Services Automobile Association - USAA): "Systems and methods to modify a negotiable instrument " (October 25, 2011)
  16. U. S. Patent #8,290,237 - Rickey Dale Burks et al (United Services Automobile Association - USAA): "Systems and methods to use a digital camera to remotely deposit a negotiable instrument " (October 16, 2012)
  17. U. S. Patent #8,320,657 - Rickey Dale Burks et al (United Services Automobile Association - USAA): "Systems and methods to use a digital camera to remotely deposit a negotiable instrument" (November 27, 2012)
  18. U. S. Patent #8,351,677 - Charles Lee Oakes, III et al (United Services Automobile Association - USAA): "Systems and methods for remote deposit of checks" (January 1, 2013)
  19. U. S. Patent #8,351,678 - Reynaldo Medina, III et al (United Services Automobile Association - USAA): "Duplicate check detection" (January 8, 2013)
  20. U. S. Patent #8,358,826 - Reynaldo Medina, III et al (United Services Automobile Association - USAA): "Systems and methods for receiving and orienting an image of one or more checks" (January 1, 2013)

Quine patent application #20070156831 "Method for providing address change notification in an electronic message forwarding system " cited by:

  1. U. S. Patent #7,974,877 - Rajesh Ramanathan et al (Microsoft): "Sending and receiving electronic business cards" (July 5, 2011)
  2. U. S. Patent #8,005,904 - Keiichi Yokoyama et al (Microsoft): "Electronic business card exchange system and method" (August 23, 2011)
  3. U. S. Patent #8,156,330 - Christopher C. Yu et al (Microsoft): "Terminal for exchanging electronic business cards" (April 12, 2012)

Braun, Cordery, Hammell, Quine patent application #20080042424 "Postage stamps having values thereof luminescently encoded thereon and methods of reading such stamps" cited by:

  1. U. S. Patent #7,941,378 - Michael D. Carpenter et al (Siemens Industry): "Stamp testing and monitoring" (May 10, 2011)

Quine and Ryan patent application #20080121680 "Method and system for protecting privacy of signature on mail ballot utilizing optical shutter" cited by:

  1. U. S. Patent #7,581,677 - Bertrand Haas et al (Pitney Bowes): "Vote by mail envelope that protects privacy of voter's signature" (September 1, 2009)
  2. U. S. Patent #7,641,116 - Bertrand Haas et al (Pitney Bowes): "Vote by mail envelope" (January 5, 2010)

Haas, Quine, Hammell, and Campagna patent application #20080136162 "Method and system for protecting privacy of signatures on mail ballots" cited by:

  1. U. S. Patent #7,581,677 - Bertrand Haas et al (Pitney Bowes): "Vote by mail envelope that protects privacy of voter's signature" (September 1, 2009)
  2. U. S. Patent #7,641,116 - Bertrand Haas et al (Pitney Bowes): "Vote by mail envelope" (January 5, 2010)
  3. U. S. Patent #7,673,790 - Bertrand Haas et al (Pitney Bowes): "Vote by mail envelope that protects integrity of ballot during signature verification" (March 9, 2010)

Haas, Quine, Woodman, and Guyett patent application #20080156862 "Vote by mail envelope that protects privacy of voter's signature" cited by:

  1. U. S. Patent #7,581,677 - Bertrand Haas et al (Pitney Bowes): "Vote by mail envelope that protects privacy of voter's signature" (September 1, 2009)
  2. U. S. Patent #7,641,116 - Bertrand Haas et al (Pitney Bowes): "Vote by mail envelope" (January 5, 2010)
  3. U. S. Patent #7,673,790 - Bertrand Haas et al (Pitney Bowes): "Vote by mail envelope that protects integrity of ballot during signature verification" (March 9, 2010)

Stemmle and Quine patent application #20080230449 "System and Method for Full Escort Mixed Mail Sorter Using Mail Clamps" cited by:

  1. U. S. Patent #7,516,889 - Anthony Baldassari et al (United Parcel Service of America): "Systems and methods for package sortation and delivery using radio frequency identification technology" (April 14, 2009)
  2. U. S. Patent #7,937,184 - Denis J. Stemmle (Lockheed Martin): "Mail sorter system and method for productivity optimization through precision scheduling" (May 3, 2011)
  3. U. S. Patent #8,024,063 - Dale E. Redford et al (Siemens Industry): "Process and system for tracking of mail" (Sept. 20, 2011)
  4. U. S. Patent #8,138,438 – Denis J. Stemmle (Lockheed Martin): "Carrier delivery sequence system and process adapted for upstream insertion of exceptional mail pieces" (March 20, 2012)

Corporations Citing Douglas Quine's Patents, Applications, and Publications

(complete listing still under construction)

  1. Abbott Point of Care (see also I-Stat)
    1. #7,552,071
    2. #7,912,754 cite 1
    3. #7,912,754 cite 2
  2. Acreo AB
    1. #8,018,347
  3. Alcatel Lucent
    1. #8,117,253
  4. American Express Travel Related Services
    1. #7,500,598
    2. #7,861,923
    3. #8,083,132
    4. #8,261,982
    5. #8,301,485
    6. #8,326,747
    7. #8,370,221
  5. AOL / America Online
    1. #7,194,484
    2. #7,653,693
    3. #7,716,287
    4. #7,945,674
    5. #7,949,759
    6. #8,037,150
    7. #8,060,566
    8. #8,185,638
    9. #8,214,443
  6. AT&T / AT&T Delaware Intellectual Property / AT&T Intellectual Property
    1. #7,376,704
    2. #7,440,567
    3. #7,558,833
    4. #8,145,720 cite 1
    5. #8,145,720 cite 2
    6. #8,149,823
    7. #8,275,798
  7. Avision
    1. #8,334,472
  8. Bartex Research LLC
    1. #7,878,400 cite 1
    2. #7,878,400 cite 2
    3. #7,967,207 cite 1
    4. #7,967,207 cite 2
  9. Bell and Howell LLC
    1. #8,150,547
    2. #8,195,321
    3. #8,326,898
  10. BellSouth
    1. #7,185,002
    2. #7,228,334
  11. Brandmail Solutions
    1. #7,457,955
  12. Canon Kabushiki Kaisha / Canon Research Centre France
    1. #7,496,629
    2. #8,031,979
    3. #8,038,073
    4. #8,078,668
  13. Card Logistics
    1. #8,212,675
  14. Cingular
    1. #7,062,564 cite 1
    2. #7,062,564 cite 2
    3. #7,062,564 cite 3
    4. #7,155,523 cite 1
    5. #7,155,523 cite 2
    6. #7,155,523 cite 3
  15. Cisco Technology
    1. #7,865,559
  16. Cornerstone Research Group
    1. #8,033,237
  17. Dell Computer
    1. #7,623,848
  18. Delphi Technologies
    1. #7,745,771
  19. Direct Resources Solutions
    1. #7,974,882
  20. eBay
    1. #7,072,944
    2. #7,320,021
    3. #7,831,671
    4. #8,078,683
  21. E-Shop Enterprfises
    1. #8,307,042
  22. Engate Technology
    1. #7,490,128
    2. #7,673,058
    3. #7,716,351
    4. #8,180,835
    5. #8,301,712
  23. ESDR Network Solutions
    1. #8,224,994 cite 1
    2. #8,224,994 cite 2
    3. #RE43,690 cite 1
    4. #RE43,690 cite 2
  24. Experian Information Solutions
    1. #8,175,889
  25. Fit Design System
    1. #8,194,942
  26. Ford Global Technologies
    1. #8,115,615
  27. Foundation IP
    1. #7,653,631 cite 1
    2. #7,653,631 cite 2
    3. #7,774,408 cite 1
    4. #7,774,408 cite 2
  28. Fujitsu Limited / Fujitsu Social Science Laboratory (plus 1 joint with Murata Kikai Kabushiki Kaisha)
    1. #7,252,198 cite 1
    2. #7,252,198 cite 2
    3. #8,095,608 cite 1
    4. #8,095,608 cite 2
  29. Genworth Financial
    1. #7,333,223 cite 1
    2. #7,653,631 cite 2
  30. Goldman Sachs
    1. #8,230,363
  31. Google
    1. #7,958,187
  32. Hand Held Products
    1. #7,416,125
  33. Hewlett-Packard / Hewlett Packard Development
    1. #7,391,527
    2. #7,418,101
    3. #7,673,807
  34. Hitachi
    1. #7,136,939
    2. #7,562,160
    3. #7,877,520
  35. Honeywell International
    1. #7,817,499 cite 1
    2. #7,817,499 cite 2
  36. Hoover’s Inc.
    1. #7,788,325 cite 1
    2. #7,788,325 cite 2
  37. IBM
    1. #7,120,671
    2. #7,171,487
    3. #7,213,076
    4. #7,266,584
    5. #7,499,976
    6. #7,562,118
    7. #7,564,354
    8. #7,660,855
    9. #7,731,089
    10. #7,761,429
    11. #7,782,198
    12. #7,810,031
    13. #7,836,068
    14. #7,855,644
    15. #7,882,182
    16. #7,886,015
    17. #7,895,278
    18. #7,900,052
    19. #7,904,459
    20. #7,928,846
    21. #7,932,829
    22. #7,949,717
    23. #7,962,506
    24. #8,019,821
    25. #8,095,604
    26. #8,145,628
    27. #8,146,816
    28. #8,165,611
    29. #8,166,000
    30. #8,166,111
    31. #8,171,001
    32. #8,171,088
    33. #8,180,787
    34. #8,204,831
    35. #8,272,570
    36. #8,296,678
    37. #8,316,100
    38. #8,346,674
    39. #8,378,787
    40. #8,380,976
  38. ICX Technologies
    1. #8,047,053
  39. Individual ... Cameron Lanning Cormack
    1. #7,781,693
  40. Individual … David G. Nelson
    1. #7,528,722
  41. Individual … Marc Diamond
    1. #7,444,380
  42. Indivisual … Michael P Levosky
    1. #7,822,819
  43. Individual … Shelton E. Harrison, Jr.
    1. #7617112
  44. Individual … Steve Vestergaard
    1. #7,466,823 cite 1
    2. #7,466,823 cite 2
  45. Individual … Thomas Burke
    1. #7,254,573 cite 1
    2. #7,254,573 cite 2
  46. Individual … Vikas Sanathana Murthy
    1. #7,774,503 cite 1
    2. #7,774,503 cite 2
  47. Individual … Wei Lin (see also MX Logic)
    1. #7,680,890
  48. Infowave Software
    1. #7,181,496 cite 1
    2. #7,181,496 cite 2
  49. Infratab
    1. #7,495,558
    2. #7,764,183
    3. #7,982,622
  50. Intel
    1. #8,165,160
  51. Invention Science Fund
    1. #7,930,389
    2. #8,065,404
    3. #8,082,225
  52. I-Stat (see also Abbott Point of Care)
    1. #7,263,501
  53. K. & M. International
    1. #7,362,661
  54. Kabushiki Kaisha Toshiba
    1. #7,167,720
    2. #7,266,387
    3. #7,822,435
    4. #7,905,412
  55. Kangnam-ku
    1. #6,963,929
  56. Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
    1. #8,267,306
  57. Konica Minolta Systems Laboratory
    1. #7,523,865
    2. #7,628,330
    3. #7,712,671
    4. #7,766,241
    5. #7,775,435
    6. #7,823,797
    7. #8,038,064
    8. #8,070,066
    9. #8,074,886
    10. #8,215,556
  58. Lashback
    1. #7,620,690
    2. #8,135,790
  59. Leica Geosystems
    1. #7,644,505
  60. Lockheed Martin
    1. #7,182,339
    2. #7,527,261 cite 1
    3. #7,527,261 cite 2
    4. #7,769,765 cite 1
    5. #7,769,765 cite 2
    6. #7,778,728 cite 1
    7. #7,778,728 cite 2
    8. #7,820,932 cite 1
    9. #7,820,932 cite 2
    10. #7,820,932 cite 3
    11. #7,858,894 cite 1
    12. #7,858,894 cite 2
    13. #7,928,336 cite 1
    14. #7,928,336 cite 2
    15. #7,933,844
    16. #7,937,184 cite 1
    17. #7,937,184 cite 2
    18. #7,937,184 cite 3
    19. #7,937,184 cite 4
    20. #7,947,916 cite 1
    21. #7,947,916 cite 2
    22. #8,013,267 cite 1
    23. #8,013,267 cite 2
    24. #8,059,861
    25. #8,079,588 cite 1
    26. #8,079,588 cite 2
    27. #8,138,438 cite 1
    28. #8,138,438 cite 2
    29. #8,143,548 cite 1
    30. #8,143,548 cite 2
    31. #8,231,002 cite 1
    32. #8,231,002 cite 2
    33. #8,261,515 cite 1
    34. #8,261,515 cite 2
    35. #8,326,450 cite 1
    36. #8,326,450 cite 2
    37. #8,369,985 cite 1
    38. #8,369,985 cite 2
  61. Lynch Marks
    1. #7,904,394 cite 1
    2. #7,904,394 cite 2
    3. #7,938,315 cite 1
    4. #7,938,315 cite 2
    5. #7,938,325 cite 1
    6. #7,938,325 cite 2
  62. Matsushita Electric Works
    1. #7,603,416
  63. McAfee
    1. #7,953,814
    2. #8,363,793
  64. Message Level
    1. #7,747,860
    2. #8,005,899
    3. #8,219,630
    4. #8,347,095
  65. MessageOne
    1. #7,426,652
  66. Microsoft
    1. #7,389,351
    2. #7,406,503
    3. #7,603,425
    4. #7,644,144
    5. #7,711,716
    6. #7,716,532
    7. #7,747,719
    8. #7,853,719
    9. #7,870,240
    10. #7,974,877
    11. #8,005,904
    12. #8,112,796
    13. #8,156,330
    14. #8,161,165
    15. #8,166,178
    16. #8,249,060
    17. #8,271,631
  67. Murata Kikai Kabushiki Kaisha
    1. #7,408,681
    2. #7,543,029 (with Fujitsu Limited)
  68. MX Logic (see also Individual: Wei Lin)
    1. #7,051,077
  69. National Presort Inc.
    1. #8,136,671 cite 1
    2. #8,136,671 cite 2
  70. NEC
    1. #7,302,470
  71. Neopost
    1. #7,739,201 cite 1
    2. #7,739,201 cite 2
    3. #8,046,311
    4. #8,109,067
    5. #8,200,364
  72. Nero AG
    1. #8,301,906
  73. NMS Communications
    1. #7,272,662
  74. Northrop Grumman Systems
    1. #7,543,478 cite 1
    2. #7,543,478 cite 2
    3. #7,870,945
  75. Nokia
    1. #7,218,923
    2. #7,228,331
  76. Novell
    1. #7,558,826
    2. #7,558,826
  77. NTT DoCoMo
    1. #7,149,507
    2. #7,376,705
    3. #7,860,931
  78. Oracle International
    1. #8,108,273
    2. #8,266,217
  79. Paksense
    1. #7,057,495
    2. #7,248,147
    3. #7,522,067
    4. #7,532,106
    5. #7,675,409
    6. #7,675,424
  80. Panasonic Communications
    1. #7,299,260
  81. PeopleChart
    1. #8,250,026
  82. Pitney Bowes (not including self citations)
    1. #7,216,808
    2. #7,428,996
    3. #7,581,677 cite 1
    4. #7,581,677 cite 2
    5. #7,581,677 cite 3
    6. #7,584,891
    7. #7,641,116 cite 1
    8. #7,641,116 cite 2
    9. #7,641,116 cite 3
    10. #7,673,790 cite 1
    11. #7,673,790 cite 2
    12. #7,926,730
    13. #8,096,552
    14. #8,131,019
    15. #8,160,974
    16. #8,244,647
    17. #8,245,933 cite 1
    18. #8,245,933 cite 2
    19. #8,245,933 cite 3
  83. Privato Security
    1. #8,266,421
  84. QAS Limited
    1. #7,917,544
  85. RedPhone Security
    1. #8,085,445
  86. Research In Motion
    1. #7,570,609
    2. #7,620,387
    3. #7,715,825
    4. #7,730,136
    5. #7,786,979
    6. #7,831,241
    7. #7,886,144
    8. #8,014,402
    9. #8,065,376
    10. #8,156,191
    11. #8,291,030
    12. #8,307,039 cite 1
    13. #8,307,039 cite 2
    14. #8,341,399
    15. #8,385,315
  87. RightNow Technologies
    1. #7,574,478
    2. #8,126,977
  88. Seiko Epson
    1. #8,272,707
    2. #8,320,716
  89. Sendside Networks
    1. #7,849,213 cite 1
    2. #7,849,213 cite 2
    3. #8,166,118
  90. Seven Networks
    1. #7,796,742
    2. #8,010,082
    3. #8,064,583
    4. #8,069,166
    5. #8,078,158
    6. #8,107,921
    7. #8,116,214
    8. #8,127,342
    9. #8,166,164
    10. #8,190,701
    11. #8,204,953
    12. #8,209,709
    13. #8,291,076
    14. #8,316,098
    15. #8,326,985
    16. #8,356,080
    17. #8,364,181
  91. Siemens / Siemens AG / Siemens Aktiengesellschaft / Siemens Industry = 14
    1. #7,197,376
    2. #7,493,189
    3. #7,735,631
    4. #7,747,689
    5. #7,792,683
    6. #7,855,349
    7. #7,941,378 cite 1
    8. #7,941,378 cite 2
    9. #8,002,263
    10. #8,024,063
    11. #8,035,053
    12. #8,271,126
  92. Silverbrook Research Pty
    1. #8,274,569
    2. #8,351,907
  93. Smart Caregiver
    1. #7,557,719
  94. Solystic
    1. #8,042,692
  95. Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications AB
    1. #7,836,134
    2. #8,090,781
  96. Sprint Spectrum
    1. #7,756,255
  97. Stamps.com
    1. #7,778,939
    2. #7,818,269
    3. #8,005,762
  98. Stanley Security
    1. #7,916,036
  99. Swiss Reinsurance
    1. #8,121,913
  100. Syniverse ICX
    1. #8,001,272
  101. Teamon
    1. #7,111,047
    2. #7,689,656
    3. #8,364,769
  102. TIP Communications (see also Research in Motion)
    1. #7,856,476
  103. T-Mobile Deutschland GmbH
    1. #8,010,641
  104. Toshiba (see also Kabushiki Kaisha Toshiba)
    1. #7,016,700
  105. United Parcel Service
    1. #7,516,889
  106. United Services Automobile Association – USAA
    1. #7,873,200
    2. #7,876,949
    3. #7,885,451
    4. #7,885,880
    5. #7,896,232
    6. #7,900,822
    7. #7,949,587
    8. #7,962,411
    9. #7,970,677
    10. #7,974,899
    11. #7,996,314
    12. #7,996,315
    13. #7,996,316
    14. #8,001,051
    15. #8,046,301
    16. #8,139,751
    17. #8,290,237
    18. #8,320,657
    19. #8,351,677
    20. #8,351,678
    21. #8,358,826
  107. United States Postal Service
    1. #7,028,895
    2. #7,590,544
    3. #7,819,317
    4. #7,904,197
    5. #7,924,157
  108. University of Pittsburgh
    1. #5,774,088 cite 1
    2. #5,774,088 cite 2
  109. Valois SAS
    1. #8,162,178
  110. Xerox
    1. #7,165,093
    2. #7,436,549
    3. #7,549,592
    4. #7,641,120
    5. #7,762,473
  111. Xobni
    1. #7,805,492
    2. #7,930,430
    3. #8,145,791
  112. Yahoo
    1. #8,006,190 cite 1
    2. #8,006,190 cite 2
    3. #8,006,190 cite 1
    4. #8,370,349 cite 2
  113. Yangaroo
    1. #7,529,712
  114. Zoltar Systems
    1. #7,724,137

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