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Associative database model for electronic-based informational assemblies

An indexing system and linking method for an assembly of electronic-based informational items stored in and ordered by a plurality of records uniquely identified over a plurality of relational data tables making up a data set wherein each table is assigned a unique domain of unique alphanumeric indicia for assignment and storage in the records. The records are ordered by the alphanumeric indicia whereby each data table acts as its own primary key. The records are bi-directionally linked to each other via a plurality of separate, central linking table indexes wherein each index record is structured with a plurality of linking fields defined to store sets of two or more alphanumeric indicia belonging to a plurality of records in the data set. Each record is further structured to include an internal set of unique indicum for each data field whereby the combination of the unique record indicum and the unique field indicum uniquely identify each record-field over the plurality of relational data tables making up the data set such that each record field may be linked to a plurality of other record-fields or records via the plurality of separate, central linking table indexes. Each central linking table indexes is further generalized to provide multiple arrays of linking indicia in a plurality of indexing fields such that a plurality of the records from a plurality of the data tables may be linked together as a data cluster. The linking values stored in the central linking table indexes may be predefined to automatically structure and link a plurality of unspecified data and changes in the data may alter the linking structure to provide further capabilities.

Photo Automatic Linking System and method for accessing, linking, and visualizing "key-face" and/or multiple similar facial images along with associated electronic data via a facial image recognition search engine

ActiveUS20070172155A1Quick searchEnhanced and improved organization, classification, and fast sorts and retrievalDigital data information retrievalCharacter and pattern recognitionHealth professionalsWeb crawler
The present invention provides a system and method for input of images containing faces for accessing, linking, and or visualizing multiple similar facial images and associated electronic data for innovative new on-line commercialization, medical and training uses. The system uses various image capturing devices and communication devices to capture images and enter them into a facial image recognition search engine. Embedded facial image recognition techniques within the image recognition search engine extract facial images and encode the extracted facial images in a computer readable format. The processed facial images are then entered for comparison into at least one database populated with facial images and associated information. Once the newly captured facial images are matched with similar “best-fit match” facial images in the facial image recognition search engine's database, the “best-fit” matching images and each image's associated information are returned to the user. Additionally, the newly captured facial image can be automatically linked to the “best-fit” matching facial images, along with comparisons calculated, and/or visualized. Key new use innovations of the system include but are not limited to: input of user selected facial images for use finding multiple similar celebrity look-a-likes, with automatic linking that return the look-a-like celebrities' similar images, associated electronic information, and convenient opportunities to purchase fashion, jewelry, products and services to better mimic your celebrity look-a-likes; health monitoring and diagnostic use by conveniently organizing and superimposing periodically captured patient images for health professionals to view progress of patients; entirely new classes of semi-transparent superimposed training your face to mimic other similar faces, such as mimic celebrity look-a-like cosmetic applications, and or facial expressions; intuitive automatic linking of similar facial images for enhanced information technology in the context of enhanced and improved organization, classification, and fast retrieval objects and advantages; and an improved method of facial image based indexing and retrieval of information from the web-crawler or spider searched Web, USENET, and other resources to provide new types of intuitive easy to use searching, and/or combined use with current key-word searching for optimized searching.

Networked personal customized information and facility services

A service terminal facility is provided at a public access location, for example in a hotel, hospital or airport, the service terminal facility available for providing electronic information services to users, in response to input of a portable data storage medium, for example a smart card or the like. A smart card contains stored data describing user specified information such as contacts names, personal details and medical information and personal interest information. The service terminal comprises a search engine for searching the user data and comparing data types within the user data with general data stored locally at the service terminal. The service terminal selects data corresponding to data types specified in the user data and displays these on the graphical user interface at the service terminal, or at a user interface connected with the service terminal. The user data may specify one or more data sources or service providers from which electronic data services of interest to the user can be obtained. The service terminal may obtain listings of data from remote data sources and/or service providers and display these on the graphical user interface and/or user interface. The user may instruct downloading of electronic data or electronic information services from remote data sources or service providers from the service terminal for delivery to the graphical user interface or the user interface.

Methods, software programs, and systems for electronic information security

The present invention relates to various methods, software programs, and systems for electronic information security. More particularly, these various methods, software programs, and systems may serve to protect information security by providing an integrated system that helps ensure confidentiality, integrity, accountability, and ease of use. Certain embodiments of the present invention relate to methods, software programs, and systems for electronic information security utilizing a file container for storing: (a) a data file, which data file is encrypted with a one-time random encryption key; (b) the one-time random encryption key, which one-time random encryption key is encrypted with a public key portion of a public key/private key pair associated with an owner of the file container; (c) an audit trail log of the history of the file container, which audit trail log is encrypted with the one-time random encryption key with which the data file is encrypted; (d) a digital signature based upon a hash of the combined data file and the audit trail log, which hash is encrypted with a private key portion of a public key/private key associated with a writer/creator of the file container; and (e) a profile associated with the file container. Additional embodiments of the present invention relate to methods, software programs, and systems for electronic information security utilizing a fully integrated system for user authentication, virus scanning, time/date certification, encryption/decryption, digital signatures, stored document protection, transmitted document protection, and delivery verification.

Method and system for asymmetric satellite communications for local area networks

A method and system for providing high-speed, satellite-based information delivery is described. Improved communication channel efficiency is accomplished by employing an asymmetric data flow. The high bandwidth channel capacity of digital satellite systems is used for the download of large volumes of data. While relatively low speed communication channels are used for upstream data requests. The use of separate channels for upstream data and downloaded data provides an increased efficiency of use for typical internet and other electronic information service subscribers. A typical user in such systems generally makes relatively short information requests. These requests are then followed by large amounts of information being transferred to the user's computer in response to the request. The volume of data being downloaded often causes a capacity overload of typically used land lines. This invention solves this problem, without becoming prohibitively expensive, by employing digital satellite dish receivers to receive the high volume of downloaded data and using the relatively low speed communication channels low volume upstream requests. Moreover, this invention is designed to interface with all common communication devices as well as being designed to operate on and with all common computing platforms.
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