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[1] (1999) AUTM Licensing Survey: FY 1999, Association of University Technology Managers

[2] Pressman, L., S.K. Guterman, I. Abrams, D.E.Geist, and L.L. Nelsen (1995), "Pre-Production Investment and Jobs Induced by MIT Exclusive Patent Licenses: A Preliminary Model to Measure the Economic Impact of University Licensing," MIT Technology Review

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[4] (1999) "Technology Transfer: Number and Characteristics of Inventions Licensed by Six Federal Agencies," United States General Accounting Office, GAO/RCED 99-173

[5] (2001) "Federal Research and Development: Contributions to and Results of the Small Business Technology Transfer Program, United States General Accounting Office," GAO-01-867T

[6] (1999) "Federal Research: Evaluation of Small Business Innovation Research Can Be Strengthened, United States General Accounting Office," Report GAO/TRCED-99-198

[7] (2003) "The Wide Range of Abilities and Its Impact on Computer Technology" ( 2003), cited September 2004

[8] (2004) "Accessible Technology in Computing—Examining Awareness, Use, and Future Potential," (2004) cited November 2004

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[11] (2004) Eric Dishman, "Inventing Wellness Systems for Aging in Place," IEEE Computer, May 2004 (Vol. 37, No. 5)

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