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David M Geshwind, Anne C Avellone: Three-dimensional camera adjunct. UNIPAT, Anne C Avellone, David M Geshwind, August 14, 2012: US08243123 (14 worldwide citation)

Additional cameras, optionally in conjunction with markers or projectors, capture three-dimensional information about the environment and characters of a filmed scene. This data is later used to convert, generally as a post-production process under highly automated computer control, or as a post bro ...


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David M Geshwind: Trimming depth buffer during 2D to 3D conversion. Unipat, Anne C Avellone, David M Geshwind, August 28, 2012: US08253729 (1 worldwide citation)

Techniques for improving the conversion of 2D images to 3D stereoscopic images, including trimming of portions of depth information to achieve improved processing at object boundaries.


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David Michael Geshwind: Class of methods for improving perceived efficiency of end-user interactive access of a large database such as the World-Wide Web via a communication network such as "The Internet". David M Geshwind, September 25, 2003: US20030182439-A1

Procedures and systems for speeding up end-user access of large interlinked databases over communication networks such as the internet. Predicting user requests is accomplished by artificially intelligent assistant. These requests are prioritized and augmented protocols are used to download in a wei ...


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David Michael Geshwind: Class of methods for improving perceived efficiency of end-user interactive access of a large database such as the World-Wide Web via a communication network such as "The Internet". David M Geshwind, October 16, 2003: US20030195980-A1

Procedures and systems for speeding up end-user access of large interlinked databases over communication networks such as the internet. Predicting user requests is accomplished by artificially intelligent assistant. These requests are prioritized and augmented protocols are used to download in a wei ...


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David Michael Geshwind: Related class of methods for improving perceived efficiency of end-user interactive access of a large database such as the World-Wide Web via a communication network such as "The Internet". David M Geshwind, September 25, 2003: US20030182386-A1

Procedures and systems for speeding up end-user access of large interlinked databases over communication networks such as the internet. Predicting user requests is accomplished by artificially intelligent assistant. These requests are prioritized and augmented protocols are used to download in a wei ...


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David Michael Geshwind: Class of methods for improving perceived efficiency of end-user interactive access of a large database such as the world-wide web via a communication network such as "The Internet". David M Geshwind, September 25, 2003: US20030182387-A1

Procedures and systems for speeding up end-user access of large interlinked databases over communication networks such as the internet. Predicting user requests is accomplished by artificially intelligent assistant. These requests are prioritized and augmented protocols are used to download in a wei ...


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Linton Wright McKnight: Multi-flora, low-maintenance, landscaping. David M Geshwind, Uinpatorg, October 20, 2005: US20050229827-A1

Low-maintenance, multi-flora landscaping techniques provide robust year-round, or nearly year round, decorative environments.


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Michael F Chou, David M Geshwind: Computational methods for transcription factor binding site analysis. Unipat, Anne C Avellone, David M Geshwind, March 4, 2014: US08666670

The invention is a new method to computationally analyze nucleic acid-protein binding data in a systematic or statistical manner in order to determine the DNA binding sequence for proteins which bind to DNA and are usually involved in the regulation of the expression of genes, and may enhance, promo ...