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Martin T King, Dale L Grover, Clifford A Kushler, James Q Stafford Fraser: Document enhancement system and method. Google, McDonnell Boehnen Hulbert & Berghoff, July 3, 2012: US08214387 (25 worldwide citation)

A system, apparatus and method for enhancing documents, including using a graphical capture device, are described herein.


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Martin T King, Dale L Grover, Clifford A Kushler, James Q Stafford Fraser: Applying scanned information to identify content. Google, McDonnell Boehnen Hulbert & Berghoff, August 23, 2011: US08005720 (23 worldwide citation)

Information corresponding to a sentence or less of text is scanned from a rendered document and converted to text. The text is communicated to a search engine. Electronic content corresponding to the rendered document from which the text was scanned is identified from the search engine results.


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Martin T King, Dale L Grover, Clifford A Kushler, James Q Stafford Fraser: Automatic modification of web pages. Google, McDonnell Boehnen Hulbert & Berghoff, January 1, 2013: US08346620 (18 worldwide citation)

A system for interactive paper is described. Data fragments are captured at locations in a rendered document. A digital version of the document is optionally located. Markup data applied to the capture creates a rich set of interactions for the user. New models for publishing documents and new docum ...


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Martin T King, Dale L Grover, Clifford A Kushler, James Q Stafford Fraser: Search engines and systems with handheld document data capture devices. Google, McDonnell Boehnen Hulbert & Berghoff, September 13, 2011: US08019648 (11 worldwide citation)

Embodiments of the disclosed innovations provide systems and methods for locating data associated with rendered documents. Some embodiments support the use of a handheld document data capture device.


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Martin T King, Dale L Grover, Clifford A Kushler, James Q Stafford Fraser, Richard Tong: Portable scanning and memory device. Google, McDonnell Boehnen Hulbert & Berghoff, December 20, 2011: US08081849 (10 worldwide citation)

A handheld optical scanner and/or memory device for capturing images of text from a rendered document is described. The handheld device may include a data storage component, a scanning component configured to capture text from rendered documents, a power storage component, and a universal serial bus ...


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Martin T King, Dale L Grover, Clifford A Kushler, James Quentin Stafford Fraser: Method and system for character recognition. Google, Fish & Richardson P C, February 10, 2015: US08953886 (9 worldwide citation)

Character recognition is described. In one embodiment, it may use matched sequences rather than character shape to determine a computer-legible result.


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Martin T King, Dale L Grover, Clifford A Kushler, James Q Stafford Fraser: Adding value to a rendered document. Google, Fish & Richardson P C, November 7, 2017: US09811728 (9 worldwide citation)

A system for processing data captured from rendered documents is described. The system provides a way for authors and publishers to add value to printed documents using associated supplemental material. The system can use text scanned from a document and context to identify an electronic document th ...


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Martin T King, Dale L Grover, Clifford A Kushler, James Q Stafford Fraser: Handheld device for capturing text from both a document printed on paper and a document displayed on a dynamic display device. Google, Fish & Richardson P C, December 31, 2013: US08619147 (8 worldwide citation)

A device for capturing rendered text is described. The device incorporates one or more visual sensors that receive visual information as a part of capturing rendered text. The visual sensors are collectively capable of capturing both text that is permanently printed on a page, and text that is displ ...


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Martin T King, Dale L Grover, Clifford A Kushler, James Q Stafford Fraser: Method and system for character recognition. Google, McDonnell Boehnen Hulbert & Berghoff, November 22, 2011: US08064700 (8 worldwide citation)

Character recognition is described. In one embodiment, it may use matched sequences rather than character shape to determine a computer-legible result.