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James M Rehg, Henry A Rowley: Method for detecting human body motion in frames of a video sequence. Digital Equipment Corporation, Cesari and McKenna, July 27, 1999: US05930379 (61 worldwide citation)

In a computerized method, a moving object is detected in a sequence of frames of a video of a scene. Each of the frames includes a plurality of pixels representing measured light intensity values at specific locations in the scene. The pixels are organized in a regularized pattern in a memory. The o ...


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Jay Yagnik, Henry A Rowley, Sergey Ioffe: Three-dimensional wavelet based video fingerprinting. Google, Fenwick & West, January 10, 2012: US08094872 (43 worldwide citation)

A method and system generates and compares fingerprints for videos in a video library. The video fingerprints provide a compact representation of the spatial and sequential characteristics of the video that can be used to quickly and efficiently identify video content. Because the fingerprints are b ...


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Yushi Jing, Henry A Rowley, Aparna Chennapragada: Grouping of image search results. Google, Fish & Richardson P C, January 8, 2013: US08352465 (43 worldwide citation)

This specification relates to presenting image search results. In general, one aspect of the subject matter described in this specification can be embodied in methods that include the actions of receiving an image query, the image query being a query for image search results; receiving ranked image ...


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Qi Zhang, Henry A Rowley, Ahmad A Abdulkader, Angshuman Guha: Stroke segmentation for template-based cursive handwriting recognition. Microsoft Corporation, Banner & Witcoff, November 27, 2007: US07302099 (39 worldwide citation)

Ink strokes of cursive writing are segmented to make the cursive writing more like print writing, particularly with respect to the number of strokes of a character. A stroke-segmentation module first finds the local extrema points on a stroke of input ink. Then the local extrema points are stepped t ...


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Jay Yagnik, Henry A Rowley, Sergey Ioffe: Endpoint based video fingerprinting. Google, Fenwick & West, December 17, 2013: US08611422 (26 worldwide citation)

A method and system generates and compares fingerprints for videos in a video library. The video fingerprints provide a compact representation of the temporal locations of discontinuities in the video that can be used to quickly and efficiently identify video content. Discontinuities can be, for exa ...


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Henry A Rowley, Shumeet Baluja, Arungundram C Narendran: Systems and methods for using image duplicates to assign labels to images. Google, Harrity & Harrity, December 2, 2008: US07460735 (25 worldwide citation)

A system analyzes multiple images to identify similar images using histograms, image intensities, edge detectors, or wavelets. The system retrieves labels assigned to the identified similar images and selectively concatenates the extracted labels. The system assigns the concatenated labels to each o ...


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Ting Liu, Charles J Rosenberg, Henry A Rowley: Building parallel hybrid spill trees to facilitate parallel nearest-neighbor matching operations. Google, Park Vaughan & Fleming, May 26, 2009: US07539657 (14 worldwide citation)

One embodiment of the present invention provides a method and a system for building a parallel hybrid spill tree to facilitate parallel nearest-neighbor matching operations. During operation, the system receives a set of objects to be stored in the parallel hybrid spill tree. The system selects a su ...


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Henry A Rowley, Shumeet Baluja: Transportation routing. Google, McDermott Will & Emery, December 10, 2013: US08606514 (13 worldwide citation)

A computer-implemented method of providing personalized route information involves gathering a plurality of past location indicators over time for a wireless client device, determining a future driving objective using the plurality of previously-gathered location indicators, obtaining real-time traf ...


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Ting Liu, Charles J Rosenberg, Henry A Rowley: Performing a parallel nearest-neighbor matching operation using a parallel hybrid spill tree. Google, Park Vaughan & Fleming, January 6, 2009: US07475071 (13 worldwide citation)

One embodiment of the present invention provides a method and a system for performing a nearest-neighbor matching operation using a parallel hybrid spill tree. During operation, the system receives an object to be compared to a set of objects stored in the parallel hybrid spill tree. The system firs ...


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Henry A Rowley, Franz Och, Yang Li: Character recognition for overlapping textual user input. Google, Shumaker & Sieffert P A, January 10, 2012: US08094941 (12 worldwide citation)

Techniques described herein may recognize handwritten characters that are written at least partially over the top of one another that are input to a computing device. The handwritten characters may be formed of one or more strokes. A user may write characters or parts of words over approximately the ...



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