Patents by Inventor Jason Wolf

Jason Wolf 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: 20210276643
    Abstract: A tag axle system for a concrete mixing vehicle including an axle including a right wheel assembly and a left wheel assembly, an actuator coupled to the axle to move the axle between a raised position and a lowered position relative to a vehicle chassis, a stabilizer mount plate structured to be coupled to the vehicle chassis, a stabilizer bar rotationally coupled to the stabilizer mount plate, a right stabilizer bar arm rigidly coupled to the stabilizer bar and coupled to the right wheel assembly, and a left stabilizer bar arm rigidly coupled to the stabilizer bar and coupled to the left wheel assembly.
    Type: Application
    Filed: February 19, 2021
    Publication date: September 9, 2021
    Applicant: Oshkosh Corporation
    Inventors: Erik S. Ellifson, Jason J. Zuleger, Steve Volkman, Ryan Wolf
  • Patent number: 10684262
    Abstract: Systems and methods for prediction of state of charge (SOH), state of health (SOC) and other characteristics of batteries using acoustic signals, includes determining acoustic data at two or more states of charge and determining a reduced acoustic data set representative of the acoustic data at the two or more states of charge. The reduced acoustic data set includes time of flight (TOF) shift, total signal amplitude, or other data points related to the states of charge. Machine learning models use at least the reduced acoustic dataset in conjunction with non-acoustic data such as voltage and temperature for predicting the characteristics of any other independent battery.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: October 3, 2018
    Date of Patent: June 16, 2020
    Assignee: THE TRUSTEES OF PRINCETON UNIVERSITY
    Inventors: Daniel Artemis Steingart, Shoham Bhadra, Andrew Gaheem Hsieh, Benjamin Hertzberg, Peter James Gjeltema, Clarence Worth Rowley, III, Alexandre S. R. Goy, Jason Wolf Fleischer
  • Publication number: 20190219547
    Abstract: Systems and methods for prediction of state of charge (SOH), state of health (SOC) and other characteristics of batteries using acoustic signals, includes determining acoustic data at two or more states of charge and determining a reduced acoustic data set representative of the acoustic data at the two or more states of charge. The reduced acoustic data set includes time of flight (TOF) shift, total signal amplitude, or other data points related to the states of charge. Machine learning models use at least the reduced acoustic dataset in conjunction with non-acoustic data such as voltage and temperature for predicting the characteristics of any other independent battery.
    Type: Application
    Filed: March 8, 2019
    Publication date: July 18, 2019
    Inventors: Daniel Artemis Steingart, Shoham Bhadra, Andrew Gaheem Hsieh, Benjamin Hertzberg, Peter James Gjeltema, Clarence Worth Rowley, III, Alexandre S.R. Goy, Jason Wolf Fleischer
  • Publication number: 20190064123
    Abstract: Systems and methods for prediction of state of charge (SOH), state of health (SOC) and other characteristics of batteries using acoustic signals, includes determining acoustic data at two or more states of charge and determining a reduced acoustic data set representative of the acoustic data at the two or more states of charge. The reduced acoustic data set includes time of flight (TOF) shift, total signal amplitude, or other data points related to the states of charge. Machine learning models use at least the reduced acoustic dataset in conjunction with non-acoustic data such as voltage and temperature for predicting the characteristics of any other independent battery.
    Type: Application
    Filed: October 3, 2018
    Publication date: February 28, 2019
    Inventors: Daniel Artemis Steingart, Shoham Bhadra, Andrew Gaheem Hsieh, Benjamin Hertzberg, Peter James Gjeltema, Clarence Worth Rowley, III, Alexandre S.R. Goy, Jason Wolf Fleischer
  • Patent number: 10132781
    Abstract: A method, an apparatus and a system for interrogating a battery in order to determine one or more of: (i) its state of charge (SOC), (ii) its state of health (SOH), (iii) physical state of one or more internal components or parts, which utilizes at least one sound source for transmitting a signal (e.g., a sound wave or sound pulse through or across the battery, and at least one sound receiver for receiving a signal from the battery, which received signal is representative of the physical state of the battery being interrogated. The interrogation method is noninvasive, namely does not require the depletion of a portion of the charge of the battery being tested or settlement or the destruction of the battery in order to evaluate one or more of (i), (ii) and (iii).
    Type: Grant
    Filed: January 30, 2015
    Date of Patent: November 20, 2018
    Assignee: The Trustees of Princeton University
    Inventors: Daniel Artemus Steingart, Shoham Bhadra, Andrew Hsieh, Benjamin Hertzberg, Peter James Gjeltema, Clarence Worth Rowley, III, Alexandre S. R. Goy, Jason Wolf Fleischer
  • Patent number: 9785987
    Abstract: A user interface for an information presentation system that displays information of interest to the user identified by the information presentation system based on selecting tasks that may be relevant to the user given the user's current context. The user interface displays options for the user to select from among relevant tasks and/or goals of completing the task. For each selected task and goal, the system may generate one or more sets of items that are relevant to completing the task. The user interface may present the user with the option to select from among the sets of items or to navigate among the sets of items. The user interface may be an easy-to-use interface on a portable computing device to support shopping applications.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: April 22, 2010
    Date of Patent: October 10, 2017
    Assignee: Microsoft Technology Licensing, LLC
    Inventors: Vijay Mital, Jason A. Wolf
  • Patent number: 9330503
    Abstract: The use of visual cues associated with rendered visual items to cue a user on whether a rendered visual item has interactive capability and/or what type of interaction is possible with that visual item. The visual items may be rendered in a data driven way with each constructed using a corresponding parameterized view component. The parameter(s) are populated by data, perhaps by model variables obtained from an analytical model. The parameters then drive logic associated with the view component to thereby construct a visual item which may then be rendered. The rendering engine then renders the visual item with the visual cue. The user may then interact with the rendered visual item. Such interaction might cause some external action to occur, might change which visual items are displayed, and/or might change a value of the input parameters of one or more view components used to generate displayed visual items.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: June 19, 2009
    Date of Patent: May 3, 2016
    Assignee: Microsoft Technology Licensing, LLC
    Inventors: Vijay Mital, Darryl E. Rubin, Jason A. Wolf, John A. Payne, David G. Green
  • Patent number: 8965907
    Abstract: Interactive and dynamic exploring of filter criteria for large amounts of numerical data having multiple dimensions is described. Exploration occurs without excessive amounts of computation or querying of a database based on a data set summary that may be obtained from a server in a search system and applied by a client device. A data set is summarized so as to capture relationships between distributions of items in the data set along multiple dimensions. To explore filter criteria, a user may interactively adjust a range of values that act as a filter criteria along a dimension and determine an effect on a distribution of items along another dimension. The client device may apply the data summary in reverse to determine, based on user input specifying aspects of a distribution along one dimension, filter criteria for another dimension that would result in the specified distribution.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: June 21, 2010
    Date of Patent: February 24, 2015
    Assignee: Microsoft Technology Licensing, LLC
    Inventors: Vijay Mital, Brian C. Beckman, Jason A. Wolf, Janine Crumb, Darryl Ellis Rubin, Olivier Colle
  • Patent number: 8493406
    Abstract: The rendering on a user interface of a potentially complex computerized scene generation system. The user interface includes visual item(s) that have associated data. In addition, another set of visual items may be driven by data provided to input parameters, and may represent elements in the scene. Through user gestures, a user may correlate data items in the data source visual items with the element visual items to thereby automatically populate the element visual items with data, affecting the rendering of the data-driven element visual items. The element visual items might be linked, once again, perhaps through user gestures, to a parent visual item. In so doing, properties of the parent visual item might change and/or input parameters of the element visual items might change. Accordingly, complex visual scenes may be created through potentially quite simple user gestures.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: June 19, 2009
    Date of Patent: July 23, 2013
    Assignee: Microsoft Corporation
    Inventors: Darryl E. Rubin, Vijay Mital, David G. Green, Jason A. Wolf, John A. Payne
  • Patent number: 8244766
    Abstract: A data search and retrieval system that, in response to a search query, applies a model to search results to generate information to be returned to a user. The model may define characteristics of a persona such that the application of the model generates information consistent with the persona. A persona may be an individual person or a group of people having shared characteristics. A user may be presented with a list of identifiers of available models of personae. When the user selects a model of a particular persona to be applied, the information generated in return to the user may be consistent with the characteristics associated with the selected persona.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: April 13, 2010
    Date of Patent: August 14, 2012
    Assignee: Microsoft Corporation
    Inventors: Vijay Mital, Saurab Nog, Jason A. Wolf, John A. Payne
  • Publication number: 20110314400
    Abstract: Interactive and dynamic exploring of filter criteria for large amounts of numerical data having multiple dimensions is described. Exploration occurs without excessive amounts of computation or querying of a database based on a data set summary that may be obtained from a server in a search system and applied by a client device. A data set is summarized so as to capture relationships between distributions of items in the data set along multiple dimensions. To explore filter criteria, a user may interactively adjust a range of values that act as a filter criteria along a dimension and determine an effect on a distribution of items along another dimension. The client device may apply the data summary in reverse to determine, based on user input specifying aspects of a distribution along one dimension, filter criteria for another dimension that would result in the specified distribution.
    Type: Application
    Filed: June 21, 2010
    Publication date: December 22, 2011
    Applicant: Microsoft Corporation
    Inventors: Vijay Mital, Brian C. Beckman, Jason A. Wolf, Janine Crumb, Darryl Ellis Rubin, Olivier Colle
  • Publication number: 20110270864
    Abstract: Embodiments of the invention provide techniques for increasing the efficiency and effectiveness with which entities or entities may be compared and contrasted across one or more dimensions. Some embodiments present on a user interface (UI) a small, visually navigable collection of entities, from which the user may select a “focus” entity that may then be compared with other entities of interest. The UI may employ a visual organization scheme that organizes information on entities according to one or more dimensions, which may be predefined and/or configurable. Embodiments may facilitate rapid cognition of the manner in which information is presented and organized, and enable a user to quickly and easily discern dissimilarities and/or similarities between the focus entity and one or more other selected entities.
    Type: Application
    Filed: April 29, 2010
    Publication date: November 3, 2011
    Applicant: Microsoft Corporation
    Inventors: Vijay Mital, Saurab Nog, Jason A. Wolf, John A. Payne
  • Publication number: 20110270628
    Abstract: Embodiments of the invention provide techniques for increasing the efficiency and effectiveness with which entities or entities may be compared and contrasted across one or more dimensions. Some embodiments present on a user interface (UI) a small, visually navigable collection of entities, from which the user may select a “focus” entity that may then be compared with other entities of interest. The UI may employ a visual organization scheme that organizes information on entities according to one or more dimensions, which may be predefined and/or configurable. Embodiments may facilitate rapid cognition of the manner in which information is presented and organized, and enable a user to quickly and easily discern dissimilarities and/or similarities between the focus entity and one or more other selected entities.
    Type: Application
    Filed: April 29, 2010
    Publication date: November 3, 2011
    Applicant: Microsoft Corporation
    Inventors: Vijay Mital, Saurab Nog, Jason A. Wolf, John A. Payne
  • Publication number: 20110264526
    Abstract: A user interface for an information presentation system that displays information of interest to the user identified by the information presentation system based on selecting tasks that may be relevant to the user given the user's current context. The user interface displays options for the user to select from among relevant tasks and/or goals of completing the task. For each selected task and goal, the system may generate one or more sets of items that are relevant to completing the task. The user interface may present the user with the option to select from among the sets of items or to navigate among the sets of items. The user interface may be an easy-to-use interface on a portable computing device to support shopping applications.
    Type: Application
    Filed: April 22, 2010
    Publication date: October 27, 2011
    Applicant: Microsoft Corporation
    Inventors: Vijay Mital, Jason A. Wolf
  • Publication number: 20110252014
    Abstract: A data search and retrieval system that, in response to a search query, applies a model to search results to generate information to be returned to a user. The model may define characteristics of a persona such that the application of the model generates information consistent with the persona. A persona may be an individual person or a group of people having shared characteristics. A user may be presented with a list of identifiers of available models of personae. When the user selects a model of a particular persona to be applied, the information generated in return to the user may be consistent with the characteristics associated with the selected persona.
    Type: Application
    Filed: April 13, 2010
    Publication date: October 13, 2011
    Applicant: Microsoft Corporation
    Inventors: Vijay Mital, Saurab Nog, Jason A. Wolf, John A. Payne
  • Publication number: 20100325166
    Abstract: The rendering on a user interface of a potentially complex computerized scene generation system. The user interface includes visual item(s) that have associated data. In addition, another set of visual items may be driven by data provided to input parameters, and may represent elements in the scene. Through user gestures, a user may correlate data items in the data source visual items with the element visual items to thereby automatically populate the element visual items with data, affecting the rendering of the data-driven element visual items. The element visual items might be linked, once again, perhaps through user gestures, to a parent visual item. In so doing, properties of the parent visual item might change and/or input parameters of the element visual items might change. Accordingly, complex visual scenes may be created through potentially quite simple user gestures.
    Type: Application
    Filed: June 19, 2009
    Publication date: December 23, 2010
    Applicant: Microsoft Corporation
    Inventors: Darryl E. Rubin, Vijay Mital, David G. Green, Jason A. Wolf, John A. Payne
  • Publication number: 20100325578
    Abstract: The use of visual cues associated with rendered visual items to cue a user on whether a rendered visual item has interactive capability and/or what type of interaction is possible with that visual item. The visual items may be rendered in a data driven way with each constructed using a corresponding parameterized view component. The parameter(s) are populated by data, perhaps by model variables obtained from an analytical model. The parameters then drive logic associated with the view component to thereby construct a visual item which may then be rendered. The rendering engine then renders the visual item with the visual cue. The user may then interact with the rendered visual item. Such interaction might cause some external action to occur, might change which visual items are displayed, and/or might change a value of the input parameters of one or more view components used to generate displayed visual items.
    Type: Application
    Filed: June 19, 2009
    Publication date: December 23, 2010
    Applicant: Microsoft Corporation
    Inventors: Vijay Mital, Darryl E. Rubin, Jason A. Wolf, John A. Payne, David G. Green
  • Patent number: 7587672
    Abstract: A system may include a selection tool configured to determine a selection of a file icon that is displayed on a user interface and that represents a file associated with an application. The selection tool may be further configured to determine a result-class associated with the selection. A parser may be configured to determine one or more rules associated with the result-class, access content of the file by way of an application program interface associated with the application, and parse the content of the file for a target-result, based on the result-class and the one or more rules. Presentation logic may be configured to provide at least a portion of the target-result in visual proximity to the file icon within the user interface.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: December 27, 2006
    Date of Patent: September 8, 2009
    Assignee: SAP AG
    Inventor: Jason Wolf
  • Patent number: 7552677
    Abstract: A texture tool comprising a body to which is coupled an upper cap and a lower cap. A ball holder fits in a socket defined by the body and the lower cap. The ball holder includes a plurality of balls which come into contact with a sheet of material to be embossed or imprinted.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: September 28, 2007
    Date of Patent: June 30, 2009
    Assignee: Fiskars Brands, Inc.
    Inventors: Mark A. McLean, Kevin Schmidt, Marcia Werner, Jason Wolf, Robert W. Cornell, Tiffany Broecker
  • Publication number: 20080163122
    Abstract: A system may include a selection tool configured to determine a selection of a file icon that is displayed on a user interface and that represents a file associated with an application. The selection tool may be further configured to determine a result-class associated with the selection. A parser may be configured to determine one or more rules associated with the result-class, access content of the file by way of an application program interface associated with the application, and parse the content of the file for a target-result, based on the result-class and the one or more rules. Presentation logic may be configured to provide at least a portion of the target-result in visual proximity to the file icon within the user interface.
    Type: Application
    Filed: December 27, 2006
    Publication date: July 3, 2008
    Inventor: Jason Wolf