Patents

United States Patent 5,835,712
Date: November 10, 1998
Abstract:
A system and methods for rapid deployment of World Wide Web applications on the Internet. A preferred method provides a template,5835712image accessible to both client and server, for constructing Web source text. The source text includes HTML tag extensions for implementing dynamic Web environment. The tag extensions are nested and grouped to form scripts to perform specific tasks, such as state construction and on-line data arrangement. Each tag extension or script is expanded and replaced with data value to be embedded within a traditional HTML tag. A processor is employed to process templates and execute tag extensions therein, and produces pages in pure HTML form for displaying by any Web browser.

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United States Patent 6,012,034
Date: January 4, 2000
Abstract:
A computer system comprising a control program stored in a memory recommends an intravenous device for infusion therapy based on input entered by a user. The control program includes an execution program for interacting with the user to elicit responses and to provide output to the user. The user inputs parameters to the prompts of the execution program to provide the control program with information regarding the infusion and the patient. The control program further includes a logic engine which applies rules to user
entered parameters to determine additional infusion characteristics and to thereby weigh various intravenous devices. Based on the assigned weights, the logic engine returns with a recommended intravenous device which is then displayed by the execution program to the user.

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* Fred DuFresne has more than a dozen patents. He finds those mentioned above the most interesting.