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Norikazu Endo, Benjamin K Reaves, Ramon E Prieto, John R Brookes: Method and system for speech recognition using grammar weighted based upon location information. Toyota InfoTechnology Center, Fenwick & West, February 5, 2008: US07328155 (109 worldwide citation)

A speech recognition method and system for use in a vehicle navigation system utilize grammar weighted based upon geographical information regarding the locations corresponding to the tokens in the grammars and/or the location of the vehicle for which the vehicle navigation system is used, in order ...


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Norikazu Endo, John R Brookes, Benjamin K Reaves, Babak Hodjat, Masahiko Funaki: Speech recognition system having multiple speech recognizers. Toyota InfoTechnology Center, iAnywhere Solutions, Fenwick & West, June 5, 2007: US07228275 (79 worldwide citation)

A speech recognition system recognizes an input speech signal by using a first speech recognizer and a second speech recognizer each coupled to a decision module. Each of the first and second speech recognizers outputs first and second recognized speech texts and first and second associated confiden ...


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John R Brookes, Norikazu Endo: Multiple pass speech recognition method and system. Toyota InfoTechnology Center, Fenwick & West, February 27, 2007: US07184957 (63 worldwide citation)

A multiple pass speech recognition method includes a first pass and a second pass. The first pass recognizes an input speech signal to generate a first pass result. The second pass generates a first grammar having a portion set to match a first part of the input speech signal, based upon the context ...


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Roger D Melen: Group interaction system for interaction with other vehicles of a group. Toyota InfoTechnology Center, Fenwick & West, March 15, 2005: US06868333 (63 worldwide citation)

The group interaction system comprises a plurality of vehicle navigation systems that are capable of communicating with one another, displaying the location of other vehicle navigation systems in a group, and receiving selection of certain vehicle navigation systems in the group and selection of an ...


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Daniel Xing, Vinuth Rai, Roger D Melen, Matthew Kresse, Kezhu Hong: Managing vehicle efficiency. Toyota InfoTechnology Center, Patent Law Works, April 10, 2012: US08155868 (23 worldwide citation)

Historic vehicle state information specifying a plurality of performance values associated with the plurality of subsystems of the vehicle at a plurality of time points, including a current time point is stored at the vehicle. Historic neighbor vehicle state information specifying a plurality of per ...


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Wai Chen, Marcus Pang, Jasmine Chennikara Varghese, John Lee, Toshiro Hikita, Ryokichi Onishi, Taek Jin Kwon: Roadside network unit and method of organizing, managing and maintaining local network using local peer groups as network groups. Telcordia Technologies, Toyota Infotechnology Center U, Philip J Feig, December 7, 2010: US07848278 (22 worldwide citation)

An ad-hoc wireless network with a roadside network unit (RSU) and a local peer group (LPG). The LPG is formed from a plurality of moving vehicles. The LPG includes a group header node (GH) for managing the LPG. The GH is elected from one of the moving vehicles. The LPG further includes group nodes ( ...


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Norikazu Endo, Benjamin K Reaves: Method and system for adjusting the voice prompt of an interactive system based upon the users state. Toyota Infotechnology Center, Patent Law Works, February 1, 2011: US07881934 (19 worldwide citation)

The voice prompt of an interactive system is adjusted based upon a state of a user. An utterance of the user is received, and the state of the user is determined based upon signal processing of the utterance of the user. Once the state of the user is determined, the voice prompt is adjusted by adjus ...


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Urayama Hiroshi: Wireless communication method, wireless communication device, and wireless communication program. Toyota Infotechnology Center, Toyota Motor, October 11, 2007: JP2007-266876 (14 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a wireless communication technology for efficiently achieving multi-casting communication of high reliability.SOLUTION: The wireless communication method is that a destination node which has been able to receive a multi-casting packet retransmits the packet to a dest ...


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Wai Chen, Jasmine Chennikara Varghese, Marcus Pang, Toshiro Hikita, John Lee, Shengwei Cai: Method to establish and organize an ad-hoc wireless peer to peer network. Telcordia Technologies, Toyota Infotechnology Center U, Philip J Feig, May 18, 2010: US07720026 (13 worldwide citation)

A method for organizing and maintaining an ad-hoc network for communication between a plurality of moving devices is disclosed. The method comprises the steps of grouping the plurality of moving devices into at least one local peer group (LPG), ordering the plurality of devices within each LPG based ...


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Takeuchi Kazunori: Inter-road-vehicle communication system and method, and on-vehicle terminal. Toyota Infotechnology Center, Toyota Motor, April 5, 2007: JP2007-088737 (8 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide an authentication technology performing authentication with high security at a high speed in an inter-road-vehicle communication system.SOLUTION: The inter-road-vehicle communication system employing the authentication by a public key encryption system in the case of ...



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