Patents by Inventor Jeffrey M. Greenberg

Jeffrey M. Greenberg 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).

  • Patent number: 11403706
    Abstract: Managing the resale of a partial interest in an online wager includes assembling an arrangement of user interface (UI) controls in a UI to an online wagering system tracking multiple online wagers, each having a separate time of purchase odds, a paid price of acquisition and a corresponding owner. The UI is presented in a display of a subscriber to the system and different contemporaneous odds are tracked for each of the wagers. A heads-up display (HUD) is then rendered as a transparent overlay over at least a portion of the UI. The HUD has two user interface controls—an activation button activating a process to transact a partial interest in a selected wager, and a meter showing a time remaining before receiving an outcome for the selected wager, and also a variance between a corresponding one of the contemporaneous odds and time of purchase odds for the selected wager.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: November 8, 2020
    Date of Patent: August 2, 2022
    Assignee: Fast Dog, LLC
    Inventors: Jeffrey Gross, Eduardo Burillo, Steven M. Greenberg
  • Publication number: 20040193049
    Abstract: The preferred embodiments described herein relate to voice-enhanced diagnostic medical ultrasound imaging systems and review stations as well as to voice-related user interfaces. With these preferred embodiments, a user can interact with an imaging system or review station by issuing verbal commands instead of using a mouse, keyboard, or other user interface that requires physical manipulation by the user. This provides a very user-friendly interface, especially to those users who have difficulty navigating complex window and menu hierarchies or who have trouble manipulating pointing devices. This also improves patient flow and provides a more efficient report generation system. Voice feedback can also be used to allow the imaging system or review station to better communicate with a user.
    Type: Application
    Filed: April 13, 2004
    Publication date: September 30, 2004
    Inventor: Jeffrey M. Greenberg
  • Patent number: 6755787
    Abstract: A method and system for reducing speckle for two and three-dimensional images is disclosed. For two-dimensional imaging, a one and a half or a two-dimensional transducer is used to obtain sequential, parallel or related frames of elevation spaced data. The frames are compounded to derive a two-dimensional image. For three-dimensional imaging, various pluralities of two-dimensional frames of data spaced in elevation are compounded into one plurality of spaced two-dimensional frames of data. The frames of data are then used to derive a three dimensional set of data, such as by interpolation. Alternatively, the various pluralities are used to derive a three-dimensional set of data. An anisotropic filter is applied to the set of data. The anisotropic filter filters at least along the elevation dimension. In either situation, various displays may be generated from the final three-dimensional set of data. A method and system for adjustably generating two and three-dimensional representations is also disclosed.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: November 19, 2002
    Date of Patent: June 29, 2004
    Assignee: Acuson Corporation
    Inventors: John A. Hossack, Jeffrey S. Hastings, Jeffrey M. Greenberg, Samuel H. Maslak
  • Patent number: 6743175
    Abstract: The preferred embodiments described herein relate to voice-enhanced diagnostic medical ultrasound imaging systems and review stations as well as to voice-related user interfaces. With these preferred embodiments, a user can interact with an imaging system or review station by issuing verbal commands instead of using a mouse, keyboard, or other user interface that requires physical manipulation by the user. This provides a very user-friendly interface, especially to those users who have difficulty navigating complex window and menu hierarchies or who have trouble manipulating pointing devices. This also improves patient flow and provides a more efficient report generation system. Voice feedback can also be used to allow the imaging system or review station to better communicate with a user.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: November 26, 2002
    Date of Patent: June 1, 2004
    Assignee: Acuson Corporation
    Inventor: Jeffrey M. Greenberg
  • Publication number: 20030097068
    Abstract: A method and system for reducing speckle for two and three-dimensional images is disclosed. For two-dimensional imaging, a one and a half or a two-dimensional transducer is used to obtain sequential, parallel or related frames of elevation spaced data. The frames are compounded to derive a two-dimensional image. For three-dimensional imaging, various pluralities of two-dimensional frames of data spaced in elevation are compounded into one plurality of spaced two-dimensional frames of data. The frames of data are then used to derive a three dimensional set of data, such as by interpolation. Alternatively, the various pluralities are used to derive a three-dimensional set of data. An anisotropic filter is applied to the set of data. The anisotropic filter filters at least along the elevation dimension. In either situation, various displays may be generated from the final three-dimensional set of data. A method and system for adjustably generating two and three-dimensional representations is also disclosed.
    Type: Application
    Filed: November 19, 2002
    Publication date: May 22, 2003
    Applicant: Acuson Corporation
    Inventors: John A. Hossack, Jeffrey S. Hastings, Jeffrey M. Greenberg, Samuel H. Maslak
  • Publication number: 20030083577
    Abstract: The preferred embodiments described herein relate to voice-enhanced diagnostic medical ultrasound imaging systems and review stations as well as to voice-related user interfaces. With these preferred embodiments, a user can interact with an imaging system or review station by issuing verbal commands instead of using a mouse, keyboard, or other user interface that requires physical manipulation by the user. This provides a very user-friendly interface, especially to those users who have difficulty navigating complex window and menu hierarchies or who have trouble manipulating pointing devices. This also improves patient flow and provides a more efficient report generation system. Voice feedback can also be used to allow the imaging system or review station to better communicate with a user.
    Type: Application
    Filed: November 26, 2002
    Publication date: May 1, 2003
    Inventor: Jeffrey M. Greenberg
  • Patent number: 6514201
    Abstract: The preferred embodiments described herein relate to voice-enhanced diagnostic medical ultrasound imaging systems and review stations as well as to voice-related user interfaces. With these preferred embodiments, a user can interact with an imaging system or review station by issuing verbal commands instead of using a mouse, keyboard, or other user interface that requires physical manipulation by the user. This provides a very user-friendly interface, especially to those users who have difficulty navigating complex window and menu hierarchies or who have trouble manipulating pointing devices. This also improves patient flow and provides a more efficient report generation system. Voice feedback can also be used to allow the imaging system or review station to better communicate with a user.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: January 29, 1999
    Date of Patent: February 4, 2003
    Assignee: Acuson Corporation
    Inventor: Jeffrey M. Greenberg
  • Patent number: 6511426
    Abstract: A method and system for reducing speckle for two and three-dimensional images is disclosed. For two-dimensional imaging, a one and a half or a two-dimensional transducer is used to obtain sequential, parallel or related frames of elevation spaced data. The frames are compounded to derive a two-dimensional image. For three-dimensional imaging, various pluralities of two-dimensional frames of data spaced in elevation are compounded into one plurality of spaced two-dimensional frames of data. The frames of data are then used to derive a three dimensional set of data, such as by interpolation. Alternatively, the various pluralities are used to derive a three-dimensional set of data. An anisotropic filter is applied to the set of data. The anisotropic filter filters at least along the elevation dimension. In either situation, various displays may be generated from the final three-dimensional set of data. A method and system for adjustably generating two and three-dimensional representations is also disclosed.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: June 8, 1999
    Date of Patent: January 28, 2003
    Assignee: Acuson Corporation
    Inventors: John A. Hossack, Jeffrey S. Hastings, Jeffrey M. Greenberg, Samuel H. Maslak