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Sudhir Raman Ahuja, Murali Aravamudan, James Robert Ensor, Ashok K Kuthyar, Ram S Ramamurthy, Peter H Stuntebeck, Roy Philip Weber: Multimedia telecommunications network and service. AT&T, Thomas A Restaino, November 18, 1997: US05689553 (359 worldwide citation)

A multimedia telecommunications network provides telephone service which may involve one or more of audio, video, and data communications. In one example of the invention, the multimedia telecommunications network contains a virtual meeting services complex which provides multimedia telecommunicatio ...


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Sudhir Raman Ahuja, Mehmet Karaul, Ioannis A Korilis: Client-side techniques for web server allocation. Lucent Technologies, Ryan Mason & Lewis, January 16, 2001: US06175869 (213 worldwide citation)

A client request directed to a web site or other service hosted by a distributed pool of servers is processed by a client agent associated with the client. The client agent intercepts the client request and routes it to a particular one of the servers in the pool. The client agent bases its routing ...


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Alfred Vaino Aho, Sudhir Raman Ahuja, Gianpaolo U Carraro, James Robert Ensor, Eugene J Rosenthal: Three dimensional virtual reality enhancement techniques. Lucent Technologies, Eugene J Rosenthal, July 3, 2001: US06256043 (98 worldwide citation)

For a world that has a portion of the world distant from the point of view of the user represented in only two dimensions as a video on a video screen, when an object on the video screen undergoes a trajectory that takes at least a portion of it to a location in the world that is not represented by ...


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Sudhir Raman Ahuja: Disconnection management system for wireless voice communications. Lucent Technologies, May 12, 1998: US05752185 (39 worldwide citation)

A communications system is designed to monitor voice communications signals for an initial end-to-end communications link which is comprised of a) a wireless segment which connects a wireless network to a wireless end-user apparatus, and b) a second segment which connects a communications end-user d ...


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Sudhir Raman Ahuja, Murali Aravamudan, James Robert Ensor: Multimedia communications network. Avaya Technology, May 21, 2002: US06392760 (37 worldwide citation)

A circuit configuration in a multimedia network representing a controllably persistent virtual meeting room simulates an actual meeting room where conferences between two or more people may be held. This facilitates the creation in the network of flexible, long-term multimedia conferences between co ...


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Sudhir Raman Ahuja, Murali Aravamudan: Internet service via ISDN. Lucent Technologies, Eugene J Rosenthal, April 24, 2001: US06222837 (13 worldwide citation)

Enhanced Internet service is provided over an ISDN line by eliminating from the D-channel any packets that will introduce unacceptable delay in packets transmitted over the B-channel. The enhancement is achieved by segregating the packets between the B-channels and the D-channel based on the stream ...


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Sudhir Raman Ahuja, Murali Aravamudan, James Robert Ensor: Multimedia multiparty communication system and method. Avaya Technology, June 15, 2004: US06751669 (13 worldwide citation)

A multimedia multiparty communication system and method which includes one or more “agents” and one or more “brokers”. Each communication session is managed by a broker which creates and maintains the session. An agent may cause a broker to alter a communication session by entering into “negotiation ...


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Sudhir Raman Ahuja, Murali Aravamudan: Internet service via ISDN. Lucent Technologies, Eugene J Rosenthal, January 16, 2001: US06175575 (6 worldwide citation)

Enhanced Internet service is provided over an ISDN line by eliminating from the D-channel any packets that will introduce unacceptable delay in packets transmitted over the B-channel. The enhancement is achieved by segregating the packets between the B-channels and the D-channel based on the stream ...


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Sudhir Raman Ahuja, Jingdong Chen, Yiteng Arden Huang, Dong Liu, Qiru Zhou: Method and apparatus for active speaker selection using microphone arrays and speaker recognition. Alcatel Lucent, Wolff & Samson PC, August 6, 2013: US08503653 (1 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for performing active speaker selection in teleconferencing applications illustratively comprises a microphone array module, a speaker recognition system, a user interface, and a speech signal selection module. The microphone array module separates the speech signal from each ...


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Sudhir Raman Ahuja, Murali Aravamudan, James Robert Ensor: Multimedia communications network. At &Amp T, SHEN ZHAOKUN, May 1, 1996: CN94191862

A circuit configuration in a multimedia network simulates an actual meeting room. This facilitates the creation in the network of flexible, long-term multimedia conferences between conferees who are separated from one another. Any number of conferees may communicate with one another via one or more ...