"Infra-Red Multi-Phonon Photodesorption of Physiadsorbed Molecules", R. Janow and N. Tzoar (1980).
"Calculation of the Energy Spectra for ESD of H+ from H2 Adsorbed on Tungsten", R. Janow and N. Tzoar, Surface Science Vol. 75, L766 (1978).
"Kinetic Theory Description of Electron Stimulated Desorption", R. Janow and N. Tzoar, Surface Science, Vol. 69, 253 (1977).
"Theory of Angle Resolved Electron Stimulated Desorption and Photodesorption", R. Janow, Doctoral Thesis, The City University of New York (1977).
"Theory of Ion Angular Distributions in Electron Stimulated Desorption", J. Gersten, R. Janow, and N. Tzoar, Physical Review Letters, Vol. 36, 610 (1976).
"Theory of Photodesorption", J. Gersten, R. Janow, and N. Tzoar, Physical Review B, Vol. 11, 1267 (1975).
"Dielectric Function in a Semiconducting Plasma with Random Impurities", R. Janow and N. Tzoar (1973).
"Optical Absorption in a Simple Metal", R. Janow and N. Tzoar, Bull. A. P. S. Vol. 15, 368 (1970).
"Reconfigurable Neural Net Chip with 32K Connections", H. P. Graf, R. Janow, D. Henderson, and R. Lee (1991). In R. P Lippmann, J. E. Mood, and D. S. Touretzky (eds.) Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems, Vol. 3, pp. 1032-1038. Morgan Kaufmann Pub. (San Mateo CA., 1991).
"A Neural Net Board System for Machine Vision Applications", H. P. Graf, R. Janow, C. R. Nohl, and J. Ben (1991). In Proc. International Joint Conf. on Neural Networks, pp. I.481-I.486. IJCNN Pub, (1991).
"Research in Neural Network Technology", B. Boser, H. P. Graf, R. Janow, R. T. Lee, D. Mayer, E. Sackinger. Final Report (CDRL A003) for Contract DASG60-88-C-0044, December 1990, UNCLASSIFIED, U. S. ARMY Strategic Defense Command.
"Research in Optical Computing Technology", G. W. Taylor, D. Mayer, R. Janow. Final Report (CDRL A003) for Contract DASG60-88-C-0044, March 1990, UNCLASSIFIED. Optoelectronic integrated circuit research sponsored by the U. S. ARMY Strategic Defense Command.
"Parallel Processing of Battle Management Algorithms", R. Janow, D. Mayer, R. McPherson, F. Preston, N. Schlenker, R. Smith, and R. Tarjan. Final Report (CDRL A003) for Contract DASG60-88-C-0044, December 1989, UNCLASSIFIED. Parallel processing experiments and algorithmic research applied to optimization of sensor track assignments and weapon-target assignments. Sponsored by the U. S. Army Strategic Defense Command
"Packet redirection and message stream management". U. S. Patent #6,850,484 awarded February 1, 2005. Defines a comprehensive Internet service architecture for forwarding, aliasing, VPNs, and hosting facilities using content aware switching/routing.
"Apparatus and method for mobile (e.g., cellular or wireless telephone) call handover and impersonation". U. S. Patent #5,745,850 awarded April 28, 1998 (Lucent). Several foreign filings. A Residential Gateway / Home Network Controller that allows wireless communications devices to hand over to wired appliances when the user is at home, still using cellular access.
"Apparatus for providing a graphical control interface”. U. S. Patent #5,706,334 awarded January 6, 1998 (Lucent). EU patent EP0698985. Japanese patent JP8278931. Covers any computing device with a TV-based GUI delivering services and programs downloaded over a phone line. Some products in the market may be infringements. Other filings: SG32457.
"Messaging Platform Process". U. S. Patent #6,247,065, awarded June 12, 2001 (AT&T). Comprehensive schema for applying downloadable applets to "push" and multi-cast services used in unified messaging.
"Unified message announcing". U. S. Patent #6,061,570 awarded May 9, 2000 (AT&T): A wireless device for coordinating message notification for multiple voice or email messaging services.
Overlapped alerting in wide area call forwarding applications”. U. S. Patent #5,904,013 awarded May 18, 1999 (AT&T). Ring signaling for a wide area Centrex-type of service having distributed extensions, e.g at a home and business.
“System and method for creating personalized image collections from multiple locations by using a communication network”. U. S. Patent #5,694,514, awarded December 2, 1997 (Lucent). A process that a theme park (for example) might use to capture personalized photo or video records of a visit.
“System and method for creating personalized image collections from multiple locations by using a communication network”. U. S. Patent #5,946,444 awarded August 31, 1999 (Lucent). A variation of the above.
"Large screen display system". U. S. Patent # 5,394,198, awarded February 1995 (Lucent). Folded mirror optic projection system for computer and video LCD displays. The advantage would be lower cost than large flat panel displays.