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Steven J Altschuler, David Ingerman, Edward K Jung, Greg Ridgeway, Lani F Wu: Methods and apparatus using task models for targeting marketing information to computer users based on a task being performed. Microsoft Corporation, Peter L Michaelson, Michaelson & Wallace, December 11, 2001: US06330554 (61 worldwide citation)

Methods and apparatus for analyzing tasks performed by computer users by (i) gathering usage data, (ii) converting logged usage data into a uniform format, (iii) determining or defining task boundaries, and (iv) determining a task analysis model by “clustering” similar tasks together. The task analy ...


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Steven J Altschuler, David Ingerman, Edward K Jung, Greg Ridgeway, Lani F Wu: Methods and apparatus for using task models to help computer users complete tasks. Microsoft Corporation, Westman Champlin & Kelly P A, August 12, 2003: US06606613 (53 worldwide citation)

Methods and apparatus for analyzing tasks performed by computer users by (i) gathering usage data, (ii) converting logged usage data into a uniform format, (iii) determining or defining task boundaries, and (iv) determining a task analysis model by “clustering” similar tasks together. The task analy ...


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Steven J Altschuler, Lani F Wu, David Ingerman: Methods and apparatus for determining or inferring influential rumormongers from resource usage data. Microsoft Corporation, Peter L Michaelson, Michaelson & Wallace, November 21, 2000: US06151585 (49 worldwide citation)

Resource usage data is used to infer degrees of influence between users. Once such inferences are made, a directed graph representation of the users and the inferred "influence" between the users can be generated. "Influential rumormongers" can then be determined from the directed graph, for example ...


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Steven J Altschuler, David Ingerman, Edward K Jung, Greg Ridgeway, Lani F Wu: Methods and apparatus for analyzing computer-based tasks to build task models. Microsoft Corporation, Westman Champlin & Kelly P A, August 17, 2004: US06778971 (37 worldwide citation)

Methods and apparatus for analyzing tasks performed by computer users by (i) gathering usage data, (ii) converting logged usage data into a uniform format, (iii) determining or defining task boundaries, and (iv) determining a task analysis model by “clustering” similar tasks together. The task analy ...


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David Palmieri, David Ingerman, Amy Hayenhjelm, Peter F Kinkel, Robert Tam, Keith E Gastauer, Ruth J Davis, Angelo Sirigos, Curtis W Harris, Joseph Davidchik, Michele Iacavone, Liz Templin, Jesus Urriola, Omcar S Paradkar, Busse B Benjamin, Jeffrey L Kaufman, Prashant Tyagi, Angel Gutierrez: Modular web-based ASP application for multiple products. Dun and Bradstreet Corporation, Ohlandt Greeley Ruggiero & Perle L, May 4, 2010: US07708196 (7 worldwide citation)

A method of providing business information data to a user, including allowing the user unlimited access to interactive, customizable modular applications through a single platform. The applications interface with a database to provide real-time business information data to the user, the business inf ...


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Steven J Altschuler, David Ingerman: Methods and apparatus for entering and evaluating time dependence hypotheses and for forecasting based on the time dependence hypotheses entered. Microsoft Corporation, Peter L Michaelson, Michaelson & Wallace, April 10, 2001: US06216154 (6 worldwide citation)

Entering and evaluating group(s) of similar dependence hypotheses, such as time dependence hypotheses, and forecasting values of a variable based on the group(s) of similar dependence hypotheses. The group(s) of similar dependence hypotheses may be used to forecast requests for an Internet resource ...


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David Ingerman, Jude X Huang, Richard Seeger: Geographic coordinates coding software product. Place Codes, Lawson Persson & Weldon Franck PC, Catherine Napjus, Michael Persson, March 31, 2015: US08996299

A software product for easy-to-use naming, coding, and sharing of locations, including those with no addresses.


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David Palmieri, David Ingerman, Amy Hayenhjelm, Peter F Kinkel, Robert Tam, Keith E Gastauer, Ruth J Davis, Angelo Sirigos, Curt W Harris, Joseph Davidchik, Michele Iacavone, Liz Templin, Jesus Urriola, Omcar S Paradkar, Busse B Benjamin, Jeffrey L Kaufman, Prashant Tyagi, Angel Gutierrez: Modular web-based ASP application for multiple products. Paul D Greeley Esq, Ohlandt Greeley Ruggiero & Perle, September 27, 2007: US20070225992-A1

A method of providing business information data to a user, including allowing the user unlimited access to interactive, customizable modular applications through a single platform. The applications interface with a database to provide real-time business information data to the user, the business inf ...