Patents by Inventor Bernhard SJ Kohlmeier

Bernhard SJ Kohlmeier has filed for patents to protect the following inventions. This listing includes patent applications that are pending as well as patents that have already been granted by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).

  • Publication number: 20110179061
    Abstract: An analysis module, when triggered by a synchronization framework when a new data item is added to a project data store, runs a series of analysis feature extractors on the new content. An analysis may be conducted, and features of interest may be extracted from the data item. The analysis utilizes natural language processing, as well as other technologies, to provide an automatic or semi-automatic extraction of information. The extracted features of interest are saved as metadata within the project data store, and are associated with the data item from which it was extracted. The analysis module may be utilized to discover additional information that may be gleaned from content that is already in the project data store.
    Type: Application
    Filed: June 18, 2010
    Publication date: July 21, 2011
    Applicant: Microsoft Corporation
    Inventors: Venkat Pradeep Chilakamarri, Nicholas Caldwell, Saliha Azzam, Yizheng Cai, Benjamin Edward Childs, Arun Chitrapu, Steven Dimmick, Michael Gamon, Bernhard SJ Kohlmeier, Shiun-Zu Kuo, Jonathan C. Ludwig, Kimberly Manis, Courtney Anne O'Keefe, Diego Perez Del Carpio, Tu Huy Phan, Kevin Powell, Jignesh Shah, Ashish Sharma, Paulus Willem ter Horst, Mukta Pramod Walvekar, Ye-Yi Wang
  • Publication number: 20110179049
    Abstract: Project-related data may be aggregated from various data sources, given context, and may be stored in a data repository or organizational knowledge base that may be available to and accessed by others. Documents, emails, contact information, calendar data, social networking data, and any other content that is related to a project may be brought together within a single user interface, irrespective of its data type. A user may organize and understand content, discover relevant information, and act on it without regard to where the information resides or how it was created.
    Type: Application
    Filed: June 18, 2010
    Publication date: July 21, 2011
    Applicant: Microsoft Corporation
    Inventors: Nicholas Caldwell, Venkat Pradeep Chilakamarri, Saliha Azzam, Yizheng Cai, Michael Calcagno, Benjamin Edward Childs, Arun Chitrapu, Steven Dimmick, Michael Gamon, Bernhard SJ Kohlmeier, Shiun-Zu Kuo, Jonathan C. Ludwig, Kimberly Manis, Courtney Anne O'Keefe, Diego Perez Del Carpio, Tu Huy Phan, Kevin Powell, Jignesh Shah, Ashish Sharma, Paulus Willem ter Horst, Mukta Pramod Walvekar, Ye-Yi Wang
  • Publication number: 20110179060
    Abstract: An automatic discovery of content to add to a data store for a project is disclosed. A data item may be parsed for data features that are contextually relevant to a given project or task. Discovered interesting data may be extracted and mapped to various search mechanisms. A search may be built and applied to various data sources to discover data items based on the contextually relevant data features. Search results from various search mechanisms may be displayed in a single user interface and may be presented to a user.
    Type: Application
    Filed: June 18, 2010
    Publication date: July 21, 2011
    Applicant: Microsoft Corporation
    Inventors: Venkat Pradeep Chilakamarri, Nicholas Caldwell, Saliha Azzam, Benjamin Edward Childs, Arun Chitrapu, Steven Dimmick, Bernhard SJ Kohlmeier, Shiun-Zu Kuo, Jonathan C. Ludwig, Kimberly Manis, Courtney Anne O'Keefe, Diego Perez Del Carpio, Tu Huy Phan, Kevin Powell, Jignesh Shah, Ashish Sharma, Paulus Willem ter Horst, Mukta Pramod Walvekar
  • Publication number: 20110179045
    Abstract: A space in which a user may organize data and collaborate with other users is provided. Project data and metadata may be saved into a reusable template and stored in a repository, wherein other users may discover and download the template for use as a resource for a related project type. A template may contain various document types that may expose a breadth of applications and application functionalities that may be utilized for a given task or project. Questions and answers, task templates, and terminology may also be provided. Project templates may allow for collaboration on projects, wherein business and/or social groups may collaborate quickly, easily, and more completely.
    Type: Application
    Filed: June 18, 2010
    Publication date: July 21, 2011
    Applicant: Microsoft Corporation
    Inventors: Nicholas Caldwell, Venkat Pradeep Chilakamarri, Saliha Azzam, Benjamin Edward Childs, Bernhard SJ Kohlmeier, Jonathan C. Ludwig, Kimberly Manis, Courtney Anne O'Keefe, Diego Perez Del Carpio, Tu Huy Phan, Kevin Powell, Jignesh Shah, Ashish Sharma