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Sharad Agarwal, Ivan Tashev, Paramvir Bahl, Ionut Constandache: Localization of mobile computing devices in indoor environments. Microsoft Corporation, Medley Behrens & Lewis, October 1, 2013: US08548494 (54 worldwide citation)

Various technologies pertaining to localizing multiple mobile computing devices in an indoor environment are described. Pairs of microphone arrays are selectively positioned in an indoor environment. A localization service assigns a frequency and schedule to a mobile telephone, and the mobile teleph ...


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Joseph A Schrader, Raman K Sarin, Ted Tai Yu Chen, Sharad Agarwal, Joseph H Matthews III, Shai Guday, Joseph Spencer King: Mobile device safe driving. Microsoft Corporation, Andrew Sanders, Bryan Webster, Micky Minhas, October 28, 2014: US08874162 (25 worldwide citation)

In embodiments of mobile device safe driving, a mobile device can display a device lock screen on an integrated display device, and transition from the device lock screen to display a driving mode lock screen. The transition to display the driving mode lock screen occurs without receiving a PIN code ...


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Zongxiang Yang, Henry Frick, John Charles Curlander, William B Gail, Sharad Agarwal, Janani C Sriram: Path progression matching for indoor positioning systems. Microsoft Corporation, October 22, 2013: US08565783 (15 worldwide citation)

A path progression matching system and method that uses path progression to find a current position of a mobile device in an indoor environment and a path history to find the path of the mobile device to get to the current position. Embodiments of the system and method use path history information, ...


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Sharad Agarwal, Paramvir Bahl, Nilanjan Banerjee, Ranveer Chandra, Alastair Wolman: Peer and composite localization for mobile applications. Microsoft Corporation, Stephen A Wight, Carole Boelitz, Micky Minhas, August 19, 2014: US08812013 (9 worldwide citation)

A system and method for peer based localization system using radio technology, such as Bluetooth or Wi-Fi ad-hoc technology that enables mobile devices such as cell phones, smart phones, laptops, handheld communication devices, handheld computing devices, satellite radios, global positioning systems ...


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Yu Zheng, Sharad Agarwal, Alex Hehmeyer, Noor E Gagan Singh, Venky Venkateshaiah: Call routing and prioritization based on location context. Microsoft Corporation, Turk IP Law, September 25, 2012: US08275102 (8 worldwide citation)

Called parties in an enhanced communication system are provided location information associated with a calling party to help them determine whether they should accept the call. Alternatively, automatic call routing may be performed based on location context information associated with the calling pa ...


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Srikanth Kandula, Ratul Mahajan, Patrick D Verkaik, Sharad Agarwal, Jitendra D Padhye, Paramivir Bahl: Diagnosing abnormalities without application-specific knowledge. Microsoft Corporation, Lee & Hayes PLLC, March 5, 2013: US08392760 (7 worldwide citation)

Methods, articles, and systems for determining a probable cause of a component's abnormal behavior are described. To determine the probable cause, a computing device computes, for one or more pairs of components having dependency relationships, a likelihood that behavior of one component of a pair i ...


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Shai Guday, Joseph H Matthews III, Joseph A Schrader, Ted Tai Yu Chen, Raman K Sarin, Sharad Agarwal, Shawn M Thomas, John D Skovorn, John A Yovin: Mobile device emergency service. Microsoft Technology Licensing, Miia Sula, Judy Yee, Micky Minhas, October 11, 2016: US09467834 (6 worldwide citation)

Mobile device emergency service techniques are described. In embodiments, a client device includes one or more modules implemented at least partially in hardware and configured to implement an emergency service. The emergency service configured to support operations including generating a user inter ...


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Jitendra D Padhye, Ratul Mahajan, Sharad Agarwal, Brian Don Zill: Inverse multiplexing heterogeneous wireless links for high-performance vehicular connectivity. Microsoft Corporation, Lee & Hayes PLLC, July 13, 2010: US07756044 (6 worldwide citation)

Systems and methods are provided that enable high-performance Internet access on board moving vehicles. In an illustrative implementation, an exemplary wireless data communications environment comprises a PluriBus module, an instruction set comprising at least one instruction set to process data for ...


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Joseph A Schrader, Raman K Sarin, Ted Tai Yu Chen, Sharad Agarwal, Joseph H Matthews III, Shai Guday, Joseph Spencer King: Mobile device safe driving. Microsoft Technology Licensing, Qudus Olaniran, Judy Yee, Micky Minhas, November 8, 2016: US09491589 (4 worldwide citation)

In embodiments of mobile device safe driving, a mobile device can display a device lock screen on an integrated display device, and transition from the device lock screen to display a driving mode lock screen. The transition to display the driving mode lock screen occurs without receiving a PIN code ...


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Sharad Agarwal, Venkata N Padmanabhan, Rajatish Mukherjee: Electronic mail delay adaptation. Microsoft Corporation, Steve Wight, Judy Yee, Micky Minhas, December 9, 2014: US08909714 (4 worldwide citation)

A electronic communication system that can detect and adapt to delays in delivery of e-mail messages. The system may adapt to delays by using mechanisms other than the initially intended path to convey the information intended for delivery by e-mail. A possible adaptation is reprioritization of an e ...