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Brand Owner (click to sort) Address Description
ARDEX Confon AG Langenhag 31
CH-9424 Rheineck
Switzerland
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BI Ierullo International Inc 5 Canterbury Crescent
CA
Toronto, Ontario M9A5A4
Canada
Clothing for men, women and children, ...
BICHINHOS TILIBRA PRODUTOS DE PAPELARIA LTDA. Rua Aimores, 6-9, Bauru
Sao Paulo
Brazil
office materials, wire-bound and coil-bound note ...
BOSTON AT YOUR FINGERTIPS METRO FILES, INC. 1963 PALMER AVENUE
LARCHMONT NY 105382499
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CITY FILE METRO FILES, INC. 1963 PALMER AVENUE
LARCHMONT NY 105382499
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DESIGNER BATES MANUFACTURING COMPANY, THE NEWBURGH ROAD
HACKETTSTOWN NJ 07840
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ELM ELM INDUSTRY COMPANY, LIMITED JP
KATSUSHIKAKU, TOKYO
Japan
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FOOD FILE METRO FILES, INC. 1963 PALMER AVENUE
LARCHMONT NY 105382499
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KEEPERMATE Legislacion Economica S.A. Legis S.A. Avenida Calle 26, No. 82-70
CO
Bogota D.C.
Colombia
School supplies, writing instruments, pens, pencils, ...
PHONE-PAL BATES MANUFACTURING COMPANY, THE CENTRAL AVE.
ORANGE NJ
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QUICKSTER GENERAL BINDING CORPORATION ONE GBC PLAZA
NORTHBROOK IL 600624195
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TELE TAB ZELINSKY, RONALD D. BOX 201
TERRIL IA 51364
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TOM BERNARDIN'S CITYFILE BERNARDIN, TOM 56 SEVENTH AVE
NEW YORK NY 10011
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Technical Examples
  1. The invention relates to a method and arrangement for enhancing a search through a trellis in a detector (220) that is arranged at each stage of the trellis to select a certain set of state indexes of the stage for continuation. The detector (220) is arranged, when each stage of the trellis is calculated, to define more than one unequal threshold value for the values of the state indexes, each threshold value defining one state index group, to calculate for each state index a path metric, to arrange the calculated state indexes into different groups by comparing the path metric value of the state index with the threshold values. Further the detector selects from the groups a certain number of state indexes for continuation in such a manner that starting from the group comprising the highest state indexes, entire groups are selected for continuation until the next entire group does not fit in. From this group only randomly selected state indexes are selected until a given number is collected.