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Hiroyoshi Suzuki: Apparatus for processing an image of a face. Mitsubishi Denki Kabushiki Kaisha, Sughrue Mion Zinn Macpeak & Seas PLLC, January 12, 1999: US05859921 (171 worldwide citation)

The invention provides an apparatus for processing an image of a face, capable of quickly and correctly detecting eyes not only under artificial illumination but also under sunlight regardless of the direction or altitude of the sun and regardless of circumstance conditions such as sunlight filterin ...


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Thomas A Spoto, Hiroshi Higashide, James S Rankin II: Method and system for processing and presenting on-line, multimedia information in a tree structure. Ford Motor Company, Joseph W Malleck, Roger L May, July 23, 1996: US05539869 (165 worldwide citation)

Method and system are provided for processing and presenting on-line, multimedia information such as diagnostic information for a machine tool. The system uses multimedia information tools (i.e. graphics, documentation, drawings, photographs, full motion video with audio, PLC ladder, etc.) and techn ...


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Asta Khavakh, William McDonough, Oleg Voloshin, Yaoguang Wang: Method and system for route calculation in a navigation application. Navigation Technologies, Frank J Kozak, Lawrence M Kaplan, February 20, 2001: US06192314 (163 worldwide citation)

A program and method for route calculation for use with a navigation system and used with a map database that represents a road network in a geographic region. A route calculation program is adapted to find at least one solution route between a first location on a road network and a second location ...


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Michael L Federwisch, Shane S Owara, Stephen L Manley, Steven R Kleiman: System and method for determining changes in two snapshots and for transmitting changes to destination snapshot. Network Appliance, Cesari and McKenna, January 31, 2006: US06993539 (160 worldwide citation)

A system and method for remote asynchronous replication or mirroring of changes in a source file system snapshot in a destination replica file system using a scan (via a scanner) of the blocks that make up two versions of a snapshot of the source file system, which identifies changed blocks in the r ...


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William Monroe Turpin, Kevin Lane Brown, Steven Ward Bogrett: Graphical programming system and methods for assisting a user with creating screen objects on a screen device. Borland International, John A Smart, David N Slone, April 28, 1998: US05745712 (155 worldwide citation)

A system for creation and completion of goal oriented electronic forms creates a graphical image data file which defines: a graphical image of a form for display and printing; a graphical image of tree branches, tree nodes, and conclusions in association with fields of the form; reading and writing ...


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Norimitsu Sako: Logic circuit utilizing pass transistors and logic gate. Kawasaki Steel Corporation, Oliff & Berridge, July 4, 2000: US06084437 (155 worldwide citation)

A logic circuit combines a plurality of pass-transistor logic trees and a multiple-input logic gate for receiving intermediate logic signals from the respective pass-transistor logic trees, and can express a complex logical operation while decreasing the number of stages in pass-transistor logic tre ...


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Michael Freeman: Interactive telephone answering system. Hubbell Cohen Stiefel & Gross, December 13, 1983: US04420656 (154 worldwide citation)

An interactive telephone answering system (20) connectable to a captured telephone line (26) is responsive to the detection (32, 34, 36, 38, 40, 42) of tones transmitted by the calling party from the keypad of a Touch-Tone phone for enabling caller selectable routing of an incoming call to a desired ...


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Paul C David, Gerhard A Schneider, Matthew W Calkins, Oreste Dorin Ungureanu, Ashraf Michail, Andrey E Arsov, Leonardo E Blanco: System and method for managing visual structure, timing, and animation in a graphics processing system. Microsoft Corporation, Law Offices of Albert S Michalik PLLC, August 8, 2006: US07088374 (143 worldwide citation)

A visual tree structure as specified by a program is constructed and maintained by a visual system's user interface thread. As needed, the tree structure is traversed on the UI thread, with changes compiled into change queues. A secondary rendering thread that handles animation and graphical composi ...


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Allen L Gorin, Patrick A Makofsky, Nancy Morton, Neal C Oliver, Richard R Shively, Christopher A Stanziola: Reconfigurable signal processor. AT&T Bell Laboratories, Charles E Graves, May 28, 1991: US05020059 (140 worldwide citation)

An interconnection scheme among the processing elements ("PEs") of a multiprocessor computing architecture realizes, through PE reconfiguration, both fault tolerance and a wide variety of different processing topologies including binary trees and linear systolic arrays. By using a novel variant on a ...


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Bernard N Dickman, Nancy E Mond, Arunkumar R Patel: Visual programming of telephone network call processing logic. Bell Communications Research, Leonard Charles Suchyta, Joseph Giordano, June 21, 1994: US05323452 (137 worldwide citation)

A system and method for creating and modifying intelligent telephone network call processing logic trees which can be customized for individual customers and created in a user-friendly visual environment (10, 15, FIG. 3-5). Service primitives are defined as logical graph nodes (20, FIG. 2, FIG. 3) w ...



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