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Nonfiction Usage Patent UsageA System and Method for Optimising Stock in a Vending Machine: Patented by Frank E. Mars on March 28, 2001. Abstract: A vending machine (1) comprising a plurality of stock locations (5) and means (11) for timing sales of the stock, wherein sales information is stored in the vending machine (1) to assist refilling of the machine (1). By optimising the stock in a vending machine (1) using date and time of sale information, it is possible to prioritise the stock within the machine, thereby maximising profitability of the machine (1).Composition Based on Fluorinated Polymer and Alpha-Hydroxy-Acid Salt for Topical Use for Skin Protection: Patented by Cyril Estanove and Laurence Roberty-Laubreaux on June 29, 2000. Abstract: The invention concerns a cosmetic and/or dermatological composition, capable of being topically administered, comprising a fluorinated polymer combined with a salt or an ester of alpha-hydroxy-acid, and optionally true aloe. The ester or salt can be an alpha-hydroxy-acid ammonium salt, and in particular an ammonium lactate or an alkyl lactate or malate. The invention is useful for compositions designed for protecting the epidermis and optimising its physiological functions.Control of Nucleic Acid Amplification Procedures Including the Polymerase Chain Reaction (pcr): Patented by John M. Clarkson and Benjamin D. Cobb on October 5, 1998. Abstract: A system for optimising the cycling conditions used to control a polymerase chain reaction assigns membership values for denaturation, annealing and extension events in order to determine the relative contribution of each event during the reaction, and using genetic algorithms to determine the optimum times required to complete each event.Data Transmission in a Telecommunications Network: Patented by Mikael J. Winberg Are on June 20, 2001. Abstract: A method of optimising the use of radio resources in the UTRAN 5,19 of a UMTS network 17, and comprising transferring information, relating to changes in the radio resources available to an application 27 at a UE 1,16 and/or relating to changes in the radio resource demand of the application 27, between the application 27 and a radio resource handling entity of the UTRAN 5,19.Database System and Query Optimiser: Patented by Axel Von bergen, Arne Schwarz and Volker Sauermann on February 1, 2002. Abstract: Method for optimising a query with respect to a database structure, comprising receiving database information with respect to a specific data source, generating a search database structure for said data source, based on said received data source information, receiving a query request for said data source, analyzing the search database structure by counting a number of hits for respective sections of said query request, and calculating an optimized query request based on the analysis performed.Device for the 3D encapsulation of semiconductor chips: Patented by Christian Val on March 8, 1993. Abstract: Disclosed is a 3D encapsulation of semiconductor chips, each chip containing for example an integrated circuit, this encapsulation being aimed at optimising heat dissipation by conduction. Connection means are associated with each chip, making it possible to extend the pads of chips towards three sides of the chip, thus leaving the fourth side free. The chips are stacked on one another and then can be connected to heat dissipation means by their fourth side.Dynamic Control of Cellular Radio Communication System Resources: Patented by Paul Crichton on August 11, 1997. Abstract: A method of optimising the operation of a cellular radio communication system in which the demands made by users of the system are monitored and resources are allocated to the users accordingly.Equipment for Optimising Component Assembly Operations and Completing the Processing of Assembled Machine Units: Patented by Fausto Berti on April 27, 2000. Abstract: Equipment for optimising component assembly operations and completin
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