WO2006063832A1 - Acquisition and transmission system for physiological parameters - Google Patents

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WO2006063832A1
WO2006063832A1 PCT/EP2005/013502 EP2005013502W WO2006063832A1 WO 2006063832 A1 WO2006063832 A1 WO 2006063832A1 EP 2005013502 W EP2005013502 W EP 2005013502W WO 2006063832 A1 WO2006063832 A1 WO 2006063832A1
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The invention relates to an acquisition and transmission system for physiological parameters of an object, comprising: at least one data acquisition unit (2), which is placed on the object while serving to record physiological parameters of this object; at least one mobile processing device (6), which is placed on the object or in the immediate vicinity thereof and which is linked to the data acquisition device in a manner that enables the exchange of signals, and; at least one remote evaluation device (10) that is linked to the mobile processing device also in a manner that enables the exchange of signals. The signal link between the processing device and the evaluation device is provided in the form of a secured link.

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The present invention relates to a detection and transmission system for physiological parameters of an object, a detection and transmission method for physiological parameters of an object and a corresponding computer program product.

Acquisition and transmission systems for the acquisition and transmission of physiological parameters of an object (for example a living being) are known from the prior art. Such systems can be found, for example

Use in the monitoring of high-risk patients or in the care of the elderly. However, the problem with such systems is that they have a very complex structure and cannot be adapted to changing boundary conditions (e.g. new measuring, recording or transmission technologies).

It is the object of the present invention to provide a detection and transmission system for physiological parameters of an object and a detection and transmission method for physiological parameters of an object, by means of which the physiological parameters of an object can be detected and transmitted independently of an evaluation unit associated therewith.

This object is achieved by a detection and transmission system for physiological parameters of an object according to claim 1, a detection and transmission method for physiological parameters of an object according to claim 15 and a computer program product according to claim 18. Preferred embodiments are the subject of the dependent subclaims. According to the invention, a detection and transmission system for physiological parameters of an object is provided, comprising

at least one data acquisition device arranged on the object for recording physiological parameters of the object,

at least one mobile processing device which is arranged on the object or in close proximity to it and is in signal connection with the data acquisition device, and

- At least one remote evaluation device, which is in signal connection with the mobile processing device, the signal connection between processing device and evaluation device being designed as a secure connection.

The data acquisition device is advantageously designed to acquire a wide variety of physiological parameters of the object. The object can in particular be a living being, preferably a mammal, and particularly preferably a

Be human. In the case of a living being, in particular a person, the blood pressure, pulse, temperature, breathing frequency and the

Count the blood oxygen saturation level. Furthermore, from the outside, i.e. for example, by the patient, data of the

Data acquisition device are supplied, such as the state of mind or

Times of intake and / or amounts of medication.

The mobile processing device is arranged on the object or in close proximity to it. "Immediate proximity" is preferably to be understood to mean a range of up to approx. 100 m, particularly preferably up to approx. 20 m and very particularly preferably up to approx. 10 m. The

Processing equipment is advantageously designed to be mobile, so that it can be moved with the object. In other words, "mobile" is preferably to be understood in such a way that the processing device with respect to both its spatial

Dimensions as well as their weight can be moved by a person.

The mobile processing device is preferably lighter than approx. 2.5 kg and particularly preferably lighter than approx. 300 gr. The spatial extent of the processing device is advantageously less than approx. 0.5 m 3 and particularly preferably less than approx. 0.1 m 3 . In a preferred embodiment, the mobile processing device is designed as a mobile phone or PDA (Personal Digital Assistant). The mobile processing device can advantageously be arranged on the one hand on the object itself or adjacent to it.

The data acquisition device arranged on the object is advantageously designed in a compact design and is arranged independently on the object, i.e. can be positioned regardless of the position of the other elements of the acquisition and transmission system. It can thus preferably be designed as a single physical unit. Alternatively, however, this can also form an integral unit with at least one of the further elements of the acquisition and transmission system. It is thus advantageously possible to position the data acquisition device in such a way that the object is influenced as little as possible.

By means of a signal connection between the processing device and the data acquisition device, it is advantageously possible to transmit a large number of different data, this data being on the one hand individual data or entire data records. The evaluation device is advantageously arranged remote from the object. In this context, "remote" preferably means that an area of at least approx. 50 m, preferably at least approx. 500 m and more preferably at least approx. 1 km is included. The evaluation device can be mobile in the above sense (for example in the form of a laptop) ) or alternatively be immobile, for example housed in an external data center.

The signal connection between the processing device and the evaluation device is advantageously designed as a secure connection. Through the secured

Connection, the authenticity of the transmitted data can advantageously be guaranteed, so that the origin of the data is determined or checked or can be verified. In addition, the secure connection can be an encrypted connection, in particular, in that the data are unreadable for third parties or outsiders. The connection is preferably secured in such a way that data to be transmitted are designed in such a way that any manipulation of the data can be identified, for example by providing a checksum or checksum on one or more data packets. In particular, the processing and evaluation device are designed such that the data to be transmitted via the signal connection are advantageously secured by the following steps. The data can be encrypted by encryption using a so-called public-private key method, so that it is only possible for the authorized recipient of the data to decrypt the data again. In addition, the data can be provided with a signature, for example by means of a private public key procedure. In addition, the data coded in this way can be checked or checked. be provided with a checksum or number in order to prevent manipulation or at least to recognize it. One of the fuses mentioned above can be provided to secure the connection. In a particularly preferred embodiment, however, all of the three security mechanisms mentioned above are provided by the secure connection. Such an encryption or security system ensures a reliable secure connection between the processing device and the evaluation device.

The signal connection between the data acquisition device and the processing device is preferably designed as a secure connection. Like the connection between the processing device and the evaluation device shown above, this can also be secured via "triple security" by means of encryption, signing and manipulation detection, in particular a checksum. This advantageously creates a self-contained system between the data acquisition device, processing device and evaluation device, which are advantageously connected to one another via secure connections. Interference by unauthorized third parties is thus advantageously prevented. The data acquisition device advantageously has first coding means in order to at least partially secure at least the data transmitted to the processing device. The coding means thus advantageously provide the secure connection between the processing device and the evaluation device. The coding means can advantageously encrypt the data in the manner shown above. In particular, the coding means can provide the data with a signature. The signature can be made, for example, via an electronic serial number that can be clearly assigned to the data acquisition device or by means of any other certificate. It would also be conceivable to advantageously make the calibration data of the data acquisition device a component of the certificate, so that, for example, the calibration date or the calibration period determines the lifespan or duration of the certificate.

In addition, it would also be possible to use biometric data (such as heartbeat, fingerprint pattern, voice pattern or pattern of the iris) to enable the data to be signed. Thus, it is advantageously possible to provide the signature by means that are object-specific, i.e. are different from any other object. A direct and unambiguous assignment or determination of the object is thus advantageously possible.

The first coding means can advantageously be arranged modularly in the data acquisition device. This advantageously creates a very variable system, since a wide variety of coding means can be used. The modular structure can preferably be implemented, for example, by means of a plug-in system (slot) into which corresponding coding means can be inserted. MMC cards, compact flash, memory sticks, SD cards, SIM cards or chip cards are particularly suitable for this. In addition, the manufacture is advantageously simplified, since identical data acquisition devices can be manufactured, in which different coding means for differentiating the data acquisition device can be arranged. In a further preferred embodiment, the processing device has second coding means in order to at least partially secure at least the data transmitted to the evaluation device. The structure and function of the second coding means are advantageously essentially identical to the first coding means mentioned above. It is thus advantageously possible to additionally encode the data transmitted by the data acquisition device in order to then transmit it to the processing device. It is also possible to decode and re-encode the data transmitted by the data acquisition device, a further / different encoding method being able to be used.

The second coding means are advantageously designed to at least partially decode the data secured by the data acquisition device in order to output them to the processing device preferably on output means which advantageously have an optical and / or acoustic effect. As a result, at least certain data are advantageously decoded and assigned to the object, i.e. the patient or the person, output or displayed via the output means. However, since it is not always desirable to output all of the data received by the data acquisition device to the output means of the processing device, the processing device or the second coding means can be designed to decode and output only certain types of data. This can relate in particular to information which is related to the correctness of the detection or measurement of the physiological parameters carried out or the functionality of the data acquisition device.

Furthermore advantageously, the second coding means can be arranged modularly in the processing device. This advantageously creates a very variable system, since a wide variety of coding means can be used. As already explained above, this can preferably be provided, for example, by means of a plug-in system (slot) into which corresponding coding means can be introduced. MMC cards, compact flash, memory sticks, SD cards, SIM cards or chip cards are particularly suitable for this. In addition, the production is advantageously simplified, since identical processing devices can be produced (ie in mass production), in which different coding means for differentiating the processing devices can be arranged.

Furthermore, the processing device preferably has a feedback device in order to receive data from the evaluation device and / or at least one further external device and preferably to output it via output means. The feedback device is particularly designed to receive data in connection with the data sent to the remote evaluation device. This received data can advantageously be fed to the data acquisition device via a preferably secured signal connection, in particular in order to control it or to adapt it to certain circumstances. In addition, it is also possible to output this data to output means of the processing device, for example corresponding instructions to a patient.

The data acquisition device preferably has at least one sensor. The sensor is particularly advantageously designed to detect one or more of the measurement parameters such as blood pressure, pulse, oxygen saturation content of the blood, temperature, breathing frequency and EKG.

Alternatively or additionally, the data acquisition device and / or the processing device advantageously has input means. The input means can be designed in the form of a keyboard or touch screen. In particular, it is advantageous to use the input means to state the patient or other parameters, such as To record the time and duration of a medication intake.

Preferably, the data acquisition device and the Processing device formed integrally, preferably in one piece or in one piece. In other words, the data acquisition device and the processing device represent a structural unit. A data acquisition device and the processing device can preferably form a unit which is connected to further data acquisition devices. An integrally formed data acquisition device and processing device is formed, for example, by a blood pressure monitor which provides a secure signal connection to a remote evaluation device. This results in a 2-stage structure of the acquisition and transmission system, namely from modular data acquisition and processing device and remote evaluation device. However, it is also possible to carry out the acquisition and transmission system in at least 3 stages, namely by one or more data acquisition devices (sensors), at least one processing device associated with this and an evaluation device which is connected to it in a secure signal connection.

In a further preferred embodiment, the evaluation device has third coding means for at least partial decoding and / or further coding of the received data. This is particularly advantageous if the data supplied to the evaluation device are stored in a storage device, e.g. a database to be stored or this data should be made available to third parties, according to authorized persons, whereby a secure, anonymous and manipulation-free connection or transmission is guaranteed.

Furthermore, the evaluation device preferably has a verification device, preferably in signal connection with the processing device, for verifying certificate data related to certificates of the data acquisition device and / or the processing device, which are assigned or can be assigned to the data determined between the data acquisition device, processing device and / or evaluation device. The verification device is preferably connected to the evaluation device and designed to check the data received in the evaluation device on the basis of their signing or certificates. Additionally or alternatively, the mobile processing device can also be connected to the verification device, so that the data supplied to the processing device can be checked on the basis of their signature or certificates.

The processing device, the evaluation device and / or the data acquisition device preferably have radio transmission means. These can particularly preferably be designed such that the signal connection between the data acquisition device and the processing device takes place by means of Bluetooth, WLAN or infrared transmission. The data can preferably be transmitted between the processing device and the evaluation device via GSM, GPRS, UMTS or WLAN. In a particularly preferred embodiment, data can be sent from the processing device via WLAN. a transmission unit is sent, which is correspondingly connected to the evaluation device via a preferably wired connection (e.g. Internet).

Furthermore, according to the invention, a detection and transmission method for physiological parameters of an object is provided, comprising the steps:

- Acquisition of physiological parameters of an object by means of at least one data acquisition device arranged on the object;

- Transmission of the data recorded by the data acquisition device to a mobile processing device, which on the object - securing or coding the data in the data acquisition device and / or the processing device and

- Transmitting the saved or coded data from the processing device to a remote evaluation device.

A method is thus advantageously provided which ensures a reliable, secure connection between the processing device and the evaluation device. The detection and Transfer method step to:

- Verification of certificate data related to certificates of the data acquisition device and / or the processing device, which can be assigned to the data transmitted by the data acquisition device and / or processing device, by a verification device of the evaluation device.

This advantageously makes it possible to record the origin and the validity of the data transmitted by the data collection device and / or processing device. As a result, it is advantageously possible to detect manipulation during the transmission of the data or manipulations on the data acquisition device.

It goes without saying that the features and advantages of the detection and transmission system according to the invention can also be used in the detection and transmission method according to the invention.

Furthermore, the invention provides for the use of the acquisition and transmission system according to the invention for acquiring physiological parameters and data of a mammal, in particular a human.

In addition, a computer product is provided according to the invention, which comprises program parts for carrying out the acquisition and transmission method according to the invention. It is thus advantageously possible to carry out the method according to the invention on a computer.

The invention is described below by way of example with reference to accompanying drawings of preferred embodiments. Show it:

Fig. 1 is a diagram of a first embodiment of the detection and transmission system according to the invention. Fig. 2 is a diagram of another embodiment of the invention

Acquisition and transmission system. Fig. 3 is a diagram of a third embodiment of the invention

Acquisition and transmission system.

1 shows a first preferred embodiment of the present invention. In the preferred embodiment shown in FIG. 1, the acquisition and transmission system has two data acquisition devices 2. The data acquisition device 2 is used to acquire physiological parameters of an object, in particular a living being, very particularly preferably a human being. The data acquisition device 2 is in contact with a processing device 6 via a signal connection 4. The processing device 6 is used in particular to process the data transmitted by the data acquisition device 2 and is in contact or in connection with an evaluation device 10 via a signal connection 8.

The data acquisition device 2 is designed to acquire physiological parameters of an object. In particular, parameters such as e.g. Blood pressure, heartbeat, blood oxygen saturation, body temperature, breathing (frequency and volume) and EKG understood. In addition, body weight and glucose levels as well as the general state of mind are further physiological parameters.

The physiological parameters are recorded in particular by a sensor 12 in the data acquisition device 2. All commercially available sensors can be used here as sensor elements. The sensor 12 is preferably in signal connection with a first coding means 14 of the data acquisition device 2. The first coding means 14 is designed to secure the data transmitted by the sensor 12, as will be explained later. The data secured by the first coding means 14 are transmitted via radio transmission means 16 and transmitted via the wireless signal connection 4 to corresponding radio transmission means 18 of the processing device 6. The signal connection 4 takes place wirelessly, in particular the Bluetooth, WLAN or infrared technology can be used here.

The second data acquisition device 2 shown in FIG. 1 is essentially identical to the data acquisition device 2 described above. However, the data is transmitted, for example, via a wired signal connection 20, so that corresponding radio transmission means between the data acquisition device 2 and the processing device 6 are omitted.

The processing device 6 has second coding means 22. As described below, the second coding means 22 are in particular designed to preferably partially decrypt the data transmitted by the data acquisition device 2 and, in particular, preferably to re-encrypt or additionally encrypt it. These encrypted or secured data are transmitted from the processing device 6 to the evaluation device 10 via further radio transmission means 24, 26. In this case, the signal connection 8 is likewise preferably wireless, in which case “GSM, GPRS, UMTS and WLAN technology can be used in particular.

The evaluation unit 10 preferably has a database 28 in order to at least partially store the data transmitted by the processing device 6. The data can be stored in a secure state (ie in particular encrypted) in the database 28. The data transmitted via the signal connection 8 can thus be stored unchanged in the database 28. Via the third coding means 30 connected upstream of the database 28, the data can also be at least partially decoded and thus stored unsecured in the database 28. In addition, it is also possible to decode the data by means of the third coding means 30 and subsequently to re-encode or save them and then to store them in the database 28. The Evaluation unit 10 is designed to come into contact with a verification device 32 via a corresponding signal connection. The verification device 32 serves to verify signatures or certificates, which are preferably assigned to the data transmitted via the signal connection 8.

The data recorded by the sensor 12 can be saved in the data acquisition device 2 or by the first coding means 14. The backup can preferably be done in three stages. In a first step, the raw data is encrypted using an encryption method. The encryption can be done using a public-private key method, for example. In a second step, the encrypted data is preferably provided with a signature. Such a signature can also be made using a so-called private public key procedure. Instead of the aforementioned signature using a private-public key procedure, it is of course also possible to use other signature procedures. For example, it is possible to use an electronic serial number stored or assigned in the sensor 12 or the data acquisition device 2 or the calibration date or a calibration number of the sensor 12 as a signature. In order to ensure that the system can be precisely assigned to the object or mammal or human, biometric features can also be used as signature means, for example the heartbeat, fingerprint or the shape of the iris. In a third stage, the data packet secured in this way can preferably be provided with a check or checksum or number. This serves in particular to make manipulation of the data recognizable.

The data obtained in the data acquisition device 2 can be transmitted to the processing device 6 in the secured form described above or unsecured. The second coding means 22 in the processing device 6 are thus designed to transmit the data to the evaluation unit 10 in a secure manner. Thus, the second coding means 22 can be designed to only forward or transmit the data (after any processing) to the evaluation unit 10 if the data were already available in a secure form. Moreover In addition, the data can be additionally secured by means of the second coding means 22, for example by assigning certificate or signature data to a further signature. In addition or as an alternative, it is also possible to at least partially decode the data in the processing device 6 and then to code it again and to transmit it to the evaluation device 10. The backup in the processing device 6 by means of the second coding means 22 is preferably carried out in an identical or similar manner as the backup by the first coding means 14.

After the data have been transmitted to the evaluation device 10, it is possible to check the signature or certificate data via the verification device 32. The verification device 32 is thus designed in particular to check the data provided with certificate data of a signature or a certificate, in order to determine whether the signature or the certificate which is provided in the processing device and / or the data acquisition device is valid. The verification device 32 thus advantageously has corresponding information about the signature, e.g. the calibration date of the sensor, if this is used as a certificate.

FIG. 2 shows a schematic circuit diagram of a further embodiment of the present invention, the elements identical to the first embodiment not being described in more detail. At least one of the data acquisition devices 2 has input means 34 as an alternative or in addition to the sensor 12. The input means can be designed, for example, in the form of a keyboard or other device. The processing device 6 also advantageously has input means 36. In a particularly preferred embodiment, the data acquisition device 2 and the processing device 6 are integrally formed, that is to say, for example, in a housing. It is thus possible to provide only one (common) input means 36. The processing device 6 also has output means 38. The output means 38 are advantageously designed to output acoustic and / or visual signals (for example by a Monitor). In a particularly preferred embodiment, the processing device 6 can be designed in the form of a cell phone or PDA, which is connected to the data acquisition device 2 via a corresponding signal connection 4.

In contrast to the first embodiment of the present invention described with reference to FIG. 1, the verification device 32 is arranged in this embodiment in such a way that both the evaluation device 10 and the processing device 6 can directly or directly access the verification device 32. This can be done in particular via a corresponding wireless signal connection, and the data transmitted between the verification device 32 and evaluation device 10 or processing device 6 can be present in a secure form. It is therefore advantageously possible for the processing device 6 to have direct access to the verification device 32 in order to verify accordingly whether the data transmitted by the data acquisition device 2 are provided with the correct signature or certificate data. Since the second coding means 22 of the processing device 6 are advantageously designed to decode at least parts of the data transmitted by the data acquisition device 2, it is thus possible to output these decoded data via the output means 38. In particular, this can be, for example, the state of the sensor or whether a measurement of the sensor has been carried out correctly.

FIG. 3 shows a further schematic circuit diagram of the present invention in a further embodiment, the one with the ones shown above

Embodiments identical features have been provided with the same reference numerals. In contrast to the embodiments shown above, this shows

Embodiment an indirect signal connection between the

Processing device 6 and the evaluation device 10. The signal connection takes place via a wireless signal connection 40, for example via Bluetooth, WLAN or infrared. In a receiver device 42, the

(Encrypted) data received and over a wired connection 44 transmitted to the evaluation device 10. In a particularly preferred application, the signal connection is thus wireless to a receiver device 42, which is connected to the evaluation device 10, for example, via the Internet. The evaluation device 10 is also connected to an external device 46. The external device 46 can be provided, for example, in a doctor's office, which has means for supplying data to a feedback device 48 of the processing device 6. This data can then optionally be forwarded to the data acquisition device 2. This is particularly useful when, for example, changing the measurement parameters or setting of the sensor 12 is desired. Alternatively or additionally, it is also possible to receive data directly from the evaluation device 10 by means of the feedback device 48. This creates a compact, easy-to-use and mobile recording and transmission system, in which physiological parameters are recorded and can be transmitted in a safe manner to a remote evaluation device.

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2 data acquisition device 4 signal connection

6 processing device

8 signal connection

10 evaluation device

12 sensor 14 first coding means

16 radio transmission means

18 radio transmission means

20 wired signal connection

22 second coding means 24 radio transmission means

26 radio transmission means

28 database 30 third coding means

32 verification facility

34 input means

36 input means 38 output means

40 signal connection

42 Receiver device

44 wired signal connection

46 external device 48 feedback device

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1. acquisition and transmission system for physiological parameters of an object, comprising: at least one data acquisition device (2) arranged on the object for acquiring physiological parameters of the object,
- at least one mobile processing device (6) which is arranged on the object or in close proximity to it and is in signal connection with the data acquisition device (2), and - at least one remote evaluation device (10) which is connected to the mobile processing device (6) in There is a signal connection, the signal connection between the processing device (6) and the evaluation device (10) being designed as a secure connection.
2. Acquisition and transmission system according to claim 1, wherein the signal connection between the data acquisition device (2) and the processing device (6) is designed as a secure connection.
3. Acquisition and transmission system according to one of the preceding claims, wherein the data acquisition device (2) has first coding means (14) to at least partially secure the data transmitted to the processing device (6).
4. Acquisition and transmission system according to claim 3, wherein the first coding means (14) can be arranged modularly in the data acquisition device (2).
5. Acquisition and transmission system according to one of the preceding claims, wherein the processing device (6) has second coding means (22) to at least partially secure the data transmitted to the evaluation device (10).
6. The acquisition and transmission system of claim 5, wherein the second Coding means (22) are designed to at least partially decode the data backed up by the data acquisition device (2) in order to preferably output them on output means (38) of the processing device (6).
7. acquisition and transmission system according to one of claims 5 or 6, wherein the second coding means (22) can be arranged modularly in the processing device (6).
8. Acquisition and transmission system according to one of the preceding claims, wherein the processing device (6) has a feedback device (48) in order to receive data from the evaluation device (10) and / or at least one further external device (46) and preferably via output means (38) output.
9. Acquisition and transmission system according to one of the preceding claims, wherein the data acquisition device (2) has at least one sensor (12).
10. Acquisition and transmission system according to one of the preceding claims, wherein the data acquisition device (2) and / or
Processing device (6) comprises input means (34, 36).
11. Acquisition and transmission system according to one of the preceding claims, wherein the data acquisition device (2) and the processing device (6) are integrally formed.
12. Acquisition and transmission system according to one of the preceding claims, wherein the evaluation device (10) has third coding means (30) for at least partial decoding and / or further coding of the received data.
13. Acquisition and transmission system according to one of the preceding claims, wherein the evaluation device (10) preferably with one Processing device (6) in signal connection, verification device (32) for verifying certificate data related to certificates of the processing device (6) and / or data acquisition device (2), which has the data data acquisition device (2), processing device (6) and / or evaluation device (10) transmitted data can be assigned.
14. Acquisition and transmission system according to one of the preceding claims, wherein the processing device (6), the evaluation device (10) and / or the data acquisition device (2) have radio transmission means (16, 18, 24, 26).
15. Acquisition and transmission method for physiological parameters of an object, comprising the steps: - acquisition of physiological parameters of an object by means of at least one data acquisition device (2) arranged on the object;
- Transmission of the data recorded by the data acquisition device (2) to a mobile processing device (6) which is arranged on the object or in close proximity to it; - Coding or saving the data in the data acquisition device (2) and / or the processing device (6); and
- Transmitting the coded or secured data from the processing device (6) to a remote evaluation device (10).
16. The method of claim 15, further comprising the step:
- Verification of certificate data related to certificates of the data acquisition device (2) and / or the processing device (6), which can be assigned to the data transmitted by the data acquisition device (2) and / or processing device (6), by a verification device (32) Evaluation device (10).
17. Use of the acquisition and transmission system according to one of claims 1-14 for the acquisition of physiological parameters and data Mammal, especially human.
18. Computer product which comprises program parts for carrying out a method according to one of claims 15 or 16.
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