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Gil Gavriel Dudkiewicz, Dale Kittrick Hitt, Jonathan Percy Barker: System and method for determining the desirability of video programming events using keyword matching. MYDTV, Foley & Lardner, December 6, 2005: US06973665 (85 worldwide citation)

The desirability of programming events may be determined using metadata for programming events that includes goodness of fit scores associated with categories of a classification hierarchy one or more of descriptive data and keyword data. The programming events are ranked in accordance with the view ...


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Gil Gavriel Dudkiewicz, Dale Kittrick Hitt, Jonathan Percy Barker: System and method for determining the desirability of video programming events using keyword matching. Meevee, Foley & Lardner, October 7, 2008: US07434247 (52 worldwide citation)

The desirability of programming events may be determined using metadata for programming events that includes goodness of fit scores associated with categories of a classification hierarchy one or more of descriptive data and keyword data. The programming events are ranked in accordance with the view ...


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Gil Gavriel Dudkiewicz, Dale Kittrick Hitt, Jonathan Percy Barker: System and method for determining the desirability of video programming events using keyword matching. David A Blumenthal, Foley & Lardner, July 4, 2002: US20020087979-A1

The desirability of programming events may be determined using metadata for programming events that includes goodness of fit scores associated with categories of a classification hierarchy one or more of descriptive data and keyword data. The programming events are ranked in accordance with the view ...


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Gil Gavriel Dudkiewicz, Dale Kittrick Hitt, Jonathan Percy Barker: System and method for determining the desirability of video programming events using keyword matching. Mydtv, Foley & Lardner, August 4, 2005: US20050172318-A1

The desirability of programming events may be determined using metadata for programming events that includes goodness of fit scores associated with categories of a classification hierarchy one or more of descriptive data and keyword data. The programming events are ranked in accordance with the view ...