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Andrew Szabo: Computer graphic display visualization system and method. Alberti Anemometer, Milde & Hoffberg, March 15, 2005: US06868525 (319 worldwide citation)

An improved human user computer interface system, providing a graphic representation of a hierarchy populated with naturally classified objects, having included therein at least one associated object having a distinct classification. Preferably, a collaborative filter is employed to define the appro ...


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Andrew J Szabo: Computer graphic display visualization system and method. Fitch Even Tabin & Flannery, May 5, 2009: US07530020 (57 worldwide citation)

An improved human user computer interface system, providing a graphic representation of a hierarchy populated with naturally classified objects, having included therein at least one associated object having a distinct classification. Preferably, a collaborative filter is employed to define the appro ...


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Andrew Szabo: Computer graphic display visualization system and method. Fitch Even Tabin & Flannery, August 11, 2009: US07574659 (43 worldwide citation)

An improved human user computer interface system, providing a graphic representation of a hierarchy populated with naturally classified objects, having included therein at least one associated object having a distinct classification. Preferably, a collaborative filter is employed to define the appro ...


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Andrew Szabo: Computer graphic display visualization system and method. Alberti Anemometer, Milde & Hoffberg, December 21, 2006: US20060288023-A1

An improved human user computer interface system, providing a graphic representation of a hierarchy populated with naturally classified objects, having included therein at least one associated object having a distinct classification. Preferably, a collaborative filter is employed to define the appro ...


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Andrew Szabo: Computer graphic display visualization system and method. Milde & Hoffberg, July 28, 2005: US20050165766-A1

An improved human user computer interface system, providing a graphic representation of a hierarchy populated with naturally classified objects, having included therein at least one associated object having a distinct classification. Preferably, a collaborative filter is employed to define the appro ...



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