Patents by Inventor Dmitry Stavisky

Dmitry Stavisky 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: 20180365331
    Abstract: The various implementations described herein include methods, devices, and systems for obtaining and presenting personal and public search results. In one aspect, a method includes: (1) receiving a search query from a user; (2) extracting terms from the search query; (3) determining whether relevant notes exist within a personal database of the user by comparing the extracted terms to stored notes of the user within the personal database; (4) obtaining public search results for the search query; (5) obtaining search results information by analyzing the public search results; (6) determining whether additional relevant notes exist by comparing the search results information to the stored notes of the user; (7) preparing note information for the relevant notes; and (8) concurrently presenting at least a subset of the prepared note information and at least a subset of the public search results to the user.
    Type: Application
    Filed: August 24, 2018
    Publication date: December 20, 2018
    Inventors: Phil Libin, Phil Constantinou, Dmitry Stavisky, Alex Pachikov, Pavel Skaldin, Andrew Sinkov, Jakob Bignert
  • Patent number: 10089404
    Abstract: A system is provided for presenting users with relevant personalized and/or customized information whenever a visitor visits a website or performs an Internet search. The described system described herein advantageously provides for the saving (clipping) of website information as an integrated part of a visitor's browsing experience. The user may be presented with either a suggested list of notebooks and/or a suggested list of tags for the website informationa. The content of the website information that is clipped may be advantageously controlled by a website owner/publisher. Using website clips, identified as “notes,” previously stored by a visitor, currently displayed website content may be accordingly modified in connection with identified relevant notes and/or a notification may be displayed on the current website for a particular visitor identifying stored relevant notes of the visitor.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: February 17, 2012
    Date of Patent: October 2, 2018
    Assignee: EVERNOTE CORPORATION
    Inventors: Phil Libin, Phil Constantinou, Dmitry Stavisky, Alex Pachikov, Pavel Skaldin, Andrew Sinkov, Jakob Bignert
  • Patent number: 9519725
    Abstract: A system is provided for presenting users with relevant personalized and/or customized information whenever a visitor visits a website or performs an internet search. The described system described herein advantageously provides for the saving (clipping) of website information as an integrated part of a visitor's browsing experience. The content of the website information that is clipped may be advantageously controlled by a website owner/publisher. Using website clips, identified as “notes,” previously stored by a visitor, currently displayed website content may be accordingly modified in connection with identified relevant notes and/or a notification may be displayed on the current website for a particular visitor identifying stored relevant notes of the visitor.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: September 8, 2011
    Date of Patent: December 13, 2016
    Assignee: Evernote Corporation
    Inventors: Phil Libin, Phil Constantinou, Dmitry Stavisky, Alex Pachikov, Pavel Skaldin, Andrew Sinkov
  • Patent number: 9311549
    Abstract: Identifying at least one object in data for photographed images includes detecting a reference pattern in the data, locating the reference pattern in a table of patterns, and identifying the at least one object according to the reference pattern. The pattern may be located on the at least one object. The at least one object may be a greeting card. The pattern may categorize the greeting card by season and/or occasion. The pattern may identify a sender of the greeting card. The pattern may be provided on an item that is separate from the at least one object. The table of patterns may include a record for at least some of the patterns and the record may include additional information associated with the pattern. The additional information may include tasks that are performed in connection with the pattern. The additional information may include geometric and color parameters of the pattern.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: August 2, 2013
    Date of Patent: April 12, 2016
    Assignee: Evernote Corporation
    Inventors: Phil Libin, Dmitry Stavisky, Andrew Sinkov
  • Publication number: 20140050396
    Abstract: Identifying at least one object in data for photographed images includes detecting a reference pattern in the data, locating the reference pattern in a table of patterns, and identifying the at least one object according to the reference pattern. The pattern may be located on the at least one object. The at least one object may be a greeting card. The pattern may categorize the greeting card by season and/or occasion. The pattern may identify a sender of the greeting card. The pattern may be provided on an item that is separate from the at least one object. The table of patterns may include a record for at least some of the patterns and the record may include additional information associated with the pattern. The additional information may include tasks that are performed in connection with the pattern. The additional information may include geometric and color parameters of the pattern.
    Type: Application
    Filed: August 2, 2013
    Publication date: February 20, 2014
    Applicant: Evernote Corporation
    Inventors: Phil Libin, Dmitry Stavisky, Andrew Sinkov
  • Publication number: 20120191728
    Abstract: A system is provided for presenting users with relevant personalized and/or customized information whenever a visitor visits a website or performs an Internet search. The described system described herein advantageously provides for the saving (clipping) of website information as an integrated part of a visitor's browsing experience. The user may be presented with either a suggested list of notebooks and/or a suggested list of tags for the website informationa. The content of the website information that is clipped may be advantageously controlled by a website owner/publisher. Using website clips, identified as “notes,” previously stored by a visitor, currently displayed website content may be accordingly modified in connection with identified relevant notes and/or a notification may be displayed on the current website for a particular visitor identifying stored relevant notes of the visitor.
    Type: Application
    Filed: February 17, 2012
    Publication date: July 26, 2012
    Inventors: Phil LIBIN, Phil Constantinou, Dmitry Stavisky, Alex Pachikov, Pavel Skaldin, Andrew Sinkov, Jakob Bignert
  • Publication number: 20120059811
    Abstract: A system is provided for presenting users with relevant personalized and/or customized information whenever a visitor visits a website or performs an internet search. The described system described herein advantageously provides for the saving (clipping) of website information as an integrated part of a visitor's browsing experience. The content of the website information that is clipped may be advantageously controlled by a website owner/publisher. Using website clips, identified as “notes,” previously stored by a visitor, currently displayed website content may be accordingly modified in connection with identified relevant notes and/or a notification may be displayed on the current website for a particular visitor identifying stored relevant notes of the visitor.
    Type: Application
    Filed: September 8, 2011
    Publication date: March 8, 2012
    Inventors: Phil Libin, Phil Constantinou, Dmitry Stavisky, Alex Pachikov, Pavel Skaldin, Andrew Sinkov
  • Publication number: 20120060098
    Abstract: A system is provided for presenting users with relevant personalized and/or customized information whenever a visitor visits a website or performs an internet search. The described system described herein advantageously provides for the saving (clipping) of website information as an integrated part of a visitor's browsing experience. The content of the website information that is clipped may be advantageously controlled by a website owner/publisher. Using website clips, identified as “notes,” previously stored by a visitor, currently displayed website content may be accordingly modified in connection with identified relevant notes and/or a notification may be displayed on the current website for a particular visitor identifying stored relevant notes of the visitor.
    Type: Application
    Filed: September 8, 2011
    Publication date: March 8, 2012
    Inventors: Phil LIBIN, Phil Constantinou, Dmitry Stavisky, Alex Pachikov, Pavel Skaldin, Andrew Sinkov
  • Patent number: 7373394
    Abstract: An apparatus and method for defining content distribution paths in a content distribution network integrate unicast and multicast connections. Content engines in the content distributed network are organized into channels with a master content engine maintaining specific content. The content distribution network is further organized into a distribution hierarchy based on network topology and channel definitions, first by establishing unicast paths through the content distributed network and then by integrating multicast paths into the unicast hierarchy. The further organization of the content distribution network establishes distribution trees from the channel masters to the network edges.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: June 30, 2003
    Date of Patent: May 13, 2008
    Assignee: Cisco Technology, Inc.
    Inventors: Dan Li, Arun Desai, Zheng Yang, Kenneth Mueller, II, Stephen Morris, Dmitry Stavisky
  • Patent number: 7340510
    Abstract: Conventional replication status reporting techniques in a Content Delivery Network (CDN) tend to produce large, unwieldy reports which are difficult to transmit, consume large amounts of bandwidth, and require a large share of CPU resources to process. A replication status reporter which identifies an ordered list of events corresponding to content items (files) for replication (pre-positioning) in a content delivery network, and determines a point of progression along a sequence represented by the ordered list of files, allows a management server to avoid computationally expensive endeavors which itemize and transmit lists of every replicated file in the CDN. The servers in a CDN channel receive files as a series of ordered events. Origin servers deliver the files generally according the event. A replication status report indicates the progression in the list, rather than enumerating the entire list, avoids cumbersome and unnecessary processing and delays in reporting replication status.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: November 18, 2003
    Date of Patent: March 4, 2008
    Assignee: Cisco Technology, Inc.
    Inventors: Barbara Liskov, Dmitry Stavisky, Stephen Jeffrey Morris
  • Patent number: 7257628
    Abstract: Mechanisms and techniques provide a system that operates in a computerized device(s) to establish a data distribution path for content within a content distribution network by receiving a network topology definition defining at least one hierarchical interconnection of network groups. Each network group comprises at least one content engine. The system also receives a channel definition comprising a selection of a plurality of content engines that are to distribute content within the content distribution network. The plurality of content engines in the channel definition is selected from content engines within the network groups defined within the network topology definition.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: June 23, 2003
    Date of Patent: August 14, 2007
    Assignee: Cisco Technology, Inc.
    Inventors: Barbara Liskov, Dmitry Stavisky, Stephen Jeffrey Morris, Dan Li
  • Publication number: 20050076104
    Abstract: Mechanisms and techniques provide a system that operates in a computerized device(s) to establish a data distribution path for content within a content distribution network by receiving a network topology definition defining at least one hierarchical interconnection of network groups. Each network group comprises at least one content engine. The system also receives a channel definition comprising a selection of a plurality of content engines that are to distribute content within the content distribution network. The plurality of content engines in the channel definition is selected from content engines within the network groups defined within the network topology definition.
    Type: Application
    Filed: June 23, 2003
    Publication date: April 7, 2005
    Inventors: Barbara Liskov, Dmitry Stavisky, Stephen Morris, Dan Li