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Arno A Penzias: Fraud protection for card transactions. AT&T Bell Laboratories, Eugene J Rosenthal, Barry H Freedman, May 10, 1994: US05311594 (351 worldwide citation)

The problems of fraud in card transactions can be reduced by, after requiring the person engaged in the card transaction to initially identify himself, such as by supplying a card number, a) requesting, the person to supply as authentication information either 1) a randomly selected piece of prestor ...


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Greg E Blonder, Allen E Milewski: System and method for providing structured tours of hypertext files. Barry H Freedman, June 2, 1998: US05760771 (237 worldwide citation)

A system and method for providing structured tours of hypertext files. A server controls the presentation of hypertext files to a user. Accompanying information to the hypertext files in the form of an automated tour guide is presented and synchronized with the hypertext files by the tour server. A ...


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George W Gawrys, Dale G Leasure, Richard J Nici, Richard A Oberman, Henri Setton, William T Willcock, David L Woody: Customer programmable automated integrated voice/data technique for communication systems. AT&T Bell Laboratories, Erwin W Pfeifle, Barry H Freedman, March 19, 1991: US05001710 (234 worldwide citation)

The present invention enables multi-windowing agent computer terminals, that answer a variety of, e.g., telemarketing calls, to (i) receive call-related information from a communication system at an agent terminal for automatic display in a "telephony" window, and (ii) automatically send such inform ...


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Arno A Penzias: System for playing card games remotely. AT&T, Barry H Freedman, March 14, 1995: US05397133 (213 worldwide citation)

A system for playing card games remotely includes both a multimedia communication system that allows players located remotely from each other to see and hear each other, and a "card toaster" and associated image recognition system at each game site which receives and manages a physical deck of cards ...


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Albert Friedes: Interactive queuing sytem for call centers. AT&T, Barry H Freedman, August 22, 1995: US05444774 (211 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a system and a method for a) queuing a call when no attendants are available to service that call b) soliciting and collecting initial information from the caller while the call is in the holding queue c) querying a database using the collected initial information as search ...


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Elliston P Bissell, Frank J Campano: Automatic system for forwarding of calls. AT&T Bell Laboratories, Barry H Freedman, September 7, 1993: US05243645 (209 worldwide citation)

Messages (such as telephone calls or data messages) are automatically forwarded to an individual who is away from his/her home or office based upon information obtained when the individual engages in a transaction or activity, such as making a credit card purchase or credit card call, that indicates ...


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Mun Choon Chan, Thomas Yat Chung Woo: Cache-based compaction technique for internet browsing using similar objects in client cache as reference objects. Lucent Technologies, Barry H Freedman, January 23, 2001: US06178461 (205 worldwide citation)

The amount of information that must be transmitted from an Internet server to a user's computer or workstation when the user requests an Internet object, for example, by clicking on a URL in a web browser application, is reduced using a cache-based compaction technique in which the requested ob ...


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Atul Puri: Three dimensional motion compensated video coding. AT&T Bell Laboratories, Barry H Freedman, March 12, 1991: US04999705 (196 worldwide citation)

A video signal encoder uses three dimensional transform coding on blocks of intensity values and then selects the most significant coefficients for further processing by separating the coefficients into several groups have approximately the same energy and thus approximately the same significance. T ...


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Bruce E McNair: System and method for granting access to a resource. AT&T, Barry H Freedman, December 20, 1994: US05375244 (195 worldwide citation)

An access control system is implemented with a maximum-likelihood "soft" decision process that determines whether a user's actions are most like those of a valid user or most like those of a hacker. Data obtained from transactions involving both valid users and hackers is clustered in a multidimensi ...


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Cheng D Yu: Bidirectional video telephony using shared channels on coaxial cable networks. AT&T Bell Laboratories, Barry H Freedman, August 30, 1994: US05343240 (180 worldwide citation)

A system and method for providing two-way video telephony between an originating location and a destination location, each equipped with an audio/video display (television) and an audio/video source (camera) using available channels dedicated for video telephony on one or more coaxial cable distribu ...