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Joven Matias, Suejin Kim: Systems and methods for determining preferences for capture settings of an image capturing device. GoPro, Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton, May 30, 2017: US09667859 (1 worldwide citation)

A first portion of a first video segment may be obtained from a user. A second portion of a second video segment may be obtained from the user. The first portion and the second portion may be aggregated to form an aggregated video segment. A first set of capture settings associated with capture of t ...


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Joven Matias, Suejin Kim: Systems and methods for determining preferences for capture settings of an image capturing device. GoPro, Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton, January 29, 2019: US10194073

A first portion of a first video segment may be obtained from a user. A second portion of a second video segment may be obtained from the user. The first portion and the second portion may be aggregated to form an aggregated video segment. A first set of capture settings associated with capture of t ...


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Joven Matias, Suejin Kim: Systems and methods for determining preferences for capture settings of an image capturing device. GoPro, Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton, May 8, 2018: US09967457

Consumption information associated with a user consuming a first video segment may be obtained. The consumption information may define user engagement during a video segment and/or user response to the video segment. Consumption information associated with the user consuming a second video segment m ...


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Hyery No, Sangkwon Moon, Suejin Kim, Heewon Lee: Operation method of nonvolatile memory system. Samsung Electronics, Volentine & Whitt PLLC, June 27, 2017: US09690654

A nonvolatile memory system includes a nonvolatile memory device and a memory controller managing the nonvolatile memory device. The operation method includes receiving a read command and a read address from an external device, reading read data stored in memory cells connected to a selected word li ...


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Hee Woong Kang, Suejin Kim, Heewon Lee: Memory system having overwrite operation control method thereof. Samsung Electronics, Volentine & Whitt PLLC, April 18, 2017: US09627388

The memory system has an overwrite operation and an operation control method thereof. A nonvolatile memory device has a plurality of memory blocks including a plurality of memory cells stacked in a direction perpendicular to a substrate. When data of memory cells connected to a word line of a select ...