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Gutman Levitan: Flow routing for reducing internet congestion. Ilya Zborovsky, May 24, 2011: US07949781 (1 worldwide citation)

For reducing Internet congestion caused by multiple flows of the same popular content transmitted to different destinations, a single flow of content is transmitted from the content hosting server to an Internet regional domain using a conventional exterior routing and in the regional domain, using ...


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Gutman Levitan: Secure data broadcast network for traffic-free internet access. Ilya Zborovsky, December 11, 2003: US20030229681-A1

A data broadcast network for traffic-free Internet access comprising a local area network (LAN) at a multichannel television center connecting a broadcast server to channel servers which, in turn, are bridging the LAN to dynamic subnetworks of one-way broadcast channels with broadcast clients couple ...


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Gutman Levitan, Howard B Krass: System for targeted advertisement, personal editing and parental control in a television network. Allen M Krass, Gifford Krass Groh Sprinkle, June 13, 2002: US20020073421-A1

A system for automatic personal editing of television programs based on viewer's information privately stored in viewer's computerized television receivers. The system, when activated, protects viewers, first of all children, filtering out everything that is unacceptable or useless. The filtering is ...


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Gutman Levitan: Internet access via one-way television channels. Iiya Zborovsky, June 6, 2002: US20020069413-A1

A system using one-way TV channels to provide access to Internet content which, unlike e-mail, is not intended for a particular person but rather for an audience. An Internet server at a television transmission center downloads Web pages from Internet sites and retransmits them via a television netw ...


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Gutman Levitan: Method and system for pseudo-interactive internet access. Gutman Levitan, October 10, 2002: US20020147769-A1

A traffic-free Internet access technique. Internet content moves between Internet servers via the Internet and from servers to clients via one-way broadcast television systems so that all clients requested the same content could download it simultaneously from a TV channel. Server receives requests ...


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Gutman Levitan: Method and system for preservation and improvement of television advertisement in digital environment. Ilya Zborovsky, October 5, 2006: US20060222322-A1

Distributing a scrambled video content together with a video player that descrambles the content and limits playing to conditions defined by content distributor. The conditions may include an expiration date and a limit imposed on both fast forward and fast reverse operations in such a way to preven ...


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Gutman Levitan: Audience measurement and analysis in digital environment. Gutman Levitan, September 23, 2010: US20100242061-A1

For digital media, audience evaluation is performed as a result of transmitter-receiver interaction similar to a lottery game. The transmitter provides receivers with a preliminary audience estimate and a “winning” number, both placed in control packets multiplexed with a media stream. Each receiver ...


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Gutman Levitan: Integration of television advertising with internet shopping. Gutman Levitan, December 9, 2010: US20100313216-A1

For integration of televising advertising with Internet shopping, a link to a web page intended for ordering of advertised product is multiplexed with a stream of video data. At the receiving side, a processor embedded in a set-top box with a USB port detects the link and when the commercial is in p ...


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Gutman Levitan: Broadcasting over the internet. Gutman Levitan, May 13, 2010: US20100121969-A1

A method and system for reducing Internet congestion and latency by transmitting popular content in a broadcast manner. First a single copy of content is delivered from its origin server located anywhere in the world to a broadcast server according to the standard Internet protocol. From the server, ...


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Gutman Levitan: Video content control system with automatic content selection. Gutman Levitan, December 31, 2009: US20090328106-A1

For selection of entertainment of the most personal interest to a user, a video content control system processes records of video programs against user data. A program record contains data pertinent to user preferences and an impartial rating of program quality or significance determined with no reg ...



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