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INPRO LICENSING SARL'S PATENT (APPLICATION FOR REVOCATION BY RESEARCH IN MOTION UK LTD)

Requirement of industrial application, exclusion of scientific theories from patentability, perpetual motion machines

Statistical analysis of strong-motion accelerograms and its application to earthquake early-warning systems

Stellar kinematics using a third integral of motion: method and application on the Andromeda galaxy

Excitation Sompi method and its application to an analysis of the Earth's polar motion

Current clinical applications of stress wall motion analysis with cardiac magnetic resonance imaging

New approach for coupling k −2 and empirical Green's functions: application to the blind prediction of broad-band ground motion in the Grenoble basin

Regression analysis of MCS intensity and ground motion parameters in Italy and its application in ShakeMap

Sensitivity of broad-band ground-motion simulations to earthquake source and Earth structure variations: an application to the Messina Straits (Italy)

A physically based strong ground-motion prediction methodology; application to PSHA and the 1999 M w = 6.0 Athens earthquake

Patient-centered Applications: Use of Information Technology to Promote Disease Management and Wellness. A White Paper by the AMIA Knowledge in Motion Working Group

Addendum: Calculation of the masses of the binary star HD 93205 by application of the theory of apsidal motion

Ground-motion simulations within ShakeMap methodology: application to the 2008 Iwate-Miyagi Nairiku (Japan) and 1980 Irpinia (Italy) earthquakes

CyberShake-derived ground-motion prediction models for the Los Angeles region with application to earthquake early warning

Ground structure imaging by inversions of Rayleigh wave ellipticity: sensitivity analysis and application to European strong-motion sites

Application of a net-based baseline correction scheme to strong-motion records of the 2011 Mw 9.0 Tohoku earthquake

Use of an automatic application for wall motion classification based on longitudinal strain: is it affected by operator expertise in echocardiography? A multicentre study by the Israeli Echocardiography Research Group

Prosecutor v Bizimungu (Casimir) and ors, Decision on Prosper Mugiraneza’s application for a hearing or other relief on his motion for dismissal for violation of his right to a trial without undue delay, Case no ICTR-99-50-T, ICL 162 (ICTR 2004), 3rd November 2004, Trial Chamber II (ICTR)

 

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