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120034: Introductory Business Chinese

Introductory Business Chinese is intended mainly for use by those who have little or no knowledge of the Chinese language but who, for any number of different reasons, wish to learn more about business and economics in the Chinese environment. The primary intended audiences are (1) business professionals who deal with Chinese people and Chinese...
Published: 7/21/2014   |   Inventor(s): Patricia Paulsell, Fei Fei
Keywords(s): Chinese Language, Chinese Language Instruction, Software Category(s): Computer Software

100093: A High-Speed Grammar Aware Application Protocol Parsing Algorithm for Networking and Security Devices

There is an increasing desire to create content aware networks that can improve data delivery by classifying and controlling messages based on content, application, and individual subscribers. There is also a need to improve network security via content-based monitoring and filtering. Building content aware networks requires both advanced appl...

100005: Efficient TCAM-based Packet Classification Using Multiple Lookups and Classifier Semantics

Packet classification enables many networking services on the Internet, such as firewall packet filtering and traffic accounting. Using Ternary Content Addressable Memory (TCAM) chips to perform high-speed packet classification has become the de facto standard in industry. TCAM chips classify packets by comparing a packet with the full suite of...
Published: 7/21/2014   |   Inventor(s): XianG-Yang "alex" Liu, Eric Torng, Chad Meiners
Keywords(s): Packet Classification, Routers, Switches, TCAM Category(s): Communication, Computer Software

100004: A Systematic Non-Prefix Approach to Minimizing Packet Classifiers in TCAMs

Packet classification enables many networking services on the Internet, such as firewall packet filtering and traffic accounting. Using Ternary Content Addressable Memory (TCAM) chips to perform high-speed packet classification has become the de facto standard in industry. TCAM chips classify packets by comparing a packet with the full suite of...
Published: 7/21/2014   |   Inventor(s): XianG-Yang "alex" Liu, Eric Torng, Chad Meiners
Keywords(s): Packet Classification, Routers, Switches, TCAM Category(s): Communication, Computer Software

090055: Neuromorphic Spatiotemporal Where-What Machines

Despite a promising beginning, pattern recognition software using a “neural network” approach in general has encountered serious roadblocks limiting the rate of progress. Traditional methods cannot “attend” and “recognize” using the same network structure. For example, a system can find interesting regions, but cannot recognize objects: a syst...

090037: System and Methods for Profile-Aware Content Delivery Using Context-Induced Wireless Network Transport Mechanisms

This invention combines elements of mobile advertising, behavioral advertising, and viral advertising. This invention is a complete system for providing relevant content to mobile devices, automatically sharing the content with interested peers, browsing the content, and using it at businesses. Consumers will carry a wireless device that acqu...
Published: 7/21/2014   |   Inventor(s): Subir Biswas
Keywords(s): Behavioral Advertising, Content Distribution, Mobile Computing, Wireless Category(s): Computer Software, Communication

090003: A Systematic Approach to Minimizing Packet Classifiers in TCAMs

Packet classification enables many networking services on the Internet, such as firewall packet filtering and traffic accounting. Using Ternary Content Addressable Memory (TCAM) chips to perform high-speed packet classification has become the de facto standard in industry. TCAM chips classify packets by comparing a packet with the full suite of...
Published: 7/21/2014   |   Inventor(s): XianG-Yang "alex" Liu, Eric Torng, Chad Meiners
Keywords(s): Packet Classification, Routers, Switches, TCAM Category(s): Communication, Computer Software

07031: Master Electronic Key for Multi-Purpose Authentication

People carry numerous keys, including physical keys, key cards for doors, parking and other use, garage door openers, and wireless fobs for cars, and they also use passwords or physical tokens for unlocking laptops and cell phones. It would be a great convenience to consolidate these into a single electronic key that could gain access to all of...
Published: 7/21/2014   |   Inventor(s): Feng Zhu, Matt Mutka, Lionel Ni
Keywords(s): Authentication, Master Key, Pervasive Computing Category(s): Computer Software, Communication

060116: Multilayer In-place Learning Networks

Creating a neural network that can be fully and automatically trained for classification or regression analysis has been a great challenge. The well-known methods such as feed-forward networks with back-propagation learning, radial-basis functions, support vector machines, cascade-correlation learning architecture, and independent component ana...

060077: Determining Ejection Fraction Volumes on a Continuous Basis

People with progressive heart failure need ejection fraction (EF) measurements as critical information in diagnosis and treatment. EF is the percentage of the total volume in a ventricular chamber of the heart that is ejected per beat, a key measure of overall heart function. A technology allowing continuous monitoring of EF would allow for muc...
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