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Kaneko Tadashi: Image processor and its controlling method. Canon, February 13, 2003: JP2003-039770 (33 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To solve a problem that since any body can copy a high quality color image easily as high performance scanner, computer and printer have been developed, countermeasures against forgery of paper currencies or securities using such a system is needed. SOLUTION: Inherent informati ...


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Yanagawa Katsuhiko: Image processor and its controlling method. Canon, July 21, 1999: JP1999-195111

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To shorten the rising time (starting time) of a device by clearing a memory by DMA during a resetting period of a CPU. SOLUTION: A reset circuit 101 detects the starting of a power source and asserts a reset signal 111 only for a period required for hardware except a CPU 16. At ...


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Inui Masanobu, Tashiro Hirohiko: Image processor and its controlling method. Canon, April 10, 1998: JP1998-093791

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To avoid a situation where the other functional processings cannot be executed because a signal function uses a memory area without a limit by setting the prescribed area of a memory to by a preferential mode which can be used preferentially. SOLUTION: Image data, sent from an ...


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Shiiyama Hirotaka, Owada Hiroshi: Image processor and its controlling method. Canon, November 13, 1998: JP1998-301943

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To make it possible to sort the retrieved result of picture data while reflecting user's interesting level. SOLUTION: Information indicating picture data and the retrieving frequency (the number of votes) of retrieving the picture data are correspondingly stored in a picture ma ...


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Uchida Michio: Image processor and its controlling method. Canon, September 11, 1998: JP1998-240467

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To quickly and also efficiently carry out image processing by comparing image processing orders of plural image processing means and preferentially making an image processing means that has a high image processing order execute image processing. SOLUTION: First, a front end 1 a ...


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Nakamura Tadahiro: Image processor and its controlling method and program. Canon, February 9, 2006: JP2006-035456

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide an image processor in which a Web service is searched using other protocol for searching the service without correcting each Web service program being provided by the image processor.SOLUTION: When a service search request based on a predetermined protocol being sent ...


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Sakamoto Shigeru: Image-processing method, image processor and control method therefor. Canon, June 8, 2001: JP2001-157050

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide an image processing method, an image processor and its controlling method for n-ary coding at high speed, using a simple constitution.SOLUTION: This method/device has an adder 104 for adding a propagating error based on the binarizing errors of plural peripheral pixe ...


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Imai Takashi, Hirai Nobuyuki, Shimizu Hidetaka, Usukura Shoji: Image processor and its controlling method, image processing system, program, and recording medium. Canon, January 29, 2004: JP2004-032097

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To enable free layout easy-to-use for a user by enhancing the degree of freedom greatly in the installation place of information processing terminals and an image processor.SOLUTION: The image processor is connected with an information processing terminal 102a by wire and conne ...


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Yamashita Yutaka: Digital camera, image processor, and its controlling method. Canon, June 7, 2007: JP2007-142959

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To check the printed structure of an image to be displayed on a display portion using a zoom key and an operation key when the image photographed and recorded on a recording medium is printed on a printed paper.SOLUTION: When printing an image photographed and stored in a flash ...


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Maeda Tadaaki: Image processor and its controlling method. Canon, October 23, 2002: JP2002-307763

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide an image processor in which image processing, requiring a plurality of image data, can be executed at a high speed through a small circuit scale.SOLUTION: In an image processing section (110), image data is divided to have a specified size and handled in units of til ...