His primary scientific interests are in Computer network, User interface, World Wide Web, Communication device and Artificial intelligence. The study incorporates disciplines such as Computer security and Distributed computing in addition to Computer network. Within one scientific family, Gerhard Dietrich Klassen focuses on topics pertaining to Event under User interface, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Metadata, Geotagging and Information retrieval.
His Instant messaging study in the realm of World Wide Web connects with subjects such as Conversation. The Communication device study combines topics in areas such as Routing, Peer-to-peer, Message broker and Identification. His Artificial intelligence study incorporates themes from Identifier and Computer vision.
Gerhard Dietrich Klassen mainly investigates Computer network, Mobile device, World Wide Web, Multimedia and User interface. In the field of Computer network, his study on Communication device, Instant messaging, Mobile station and Message broker overlaps with subjects such as Mobile telephony. In his research, Motion is intimately related to Wireless, which falls under the overarching field of Mobile device.
Gerhard Dietrich Klassen does research in World Wide Web, focusing on Web page specifically. His Multimedia research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Session, Interface, Human–computer interaction and Icon. His User interface study combines topics in areas such as Shell, Component, Computer vision and Artificial intelligence.
Gerhard Dietrich Klassen spends much of his time researching Embedded system, Computer network, Mobile device, Artificial intelligence and Computer vision. His Mobile device research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Input device and Data field. His Artificial intelligence research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Identifier, Stylus and Computer graphics.
His work deals with themes such as User interface and State, which intersect with Computer graphics. His Visual appearance and Line segment study in the realm of Computer vision interacts with subjects such as Low energy and Digital ink. His Text message research includes themes of Multimedia and World Wide Web.
Gerhard Dietrich Klassen mostly deals with Computer vision, Artificial intelligence, Representation, Identifier and Position. His studies in Computer vision integrate themes in fields like Property, Event and Host. The study incorporates disciplines such as Stylus, Palette and Computer graphics in addition to Artificial intelligence.
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Text messaging conversation user interface functionality
Gerhard Dietrich Klassen;Lawrence Edward Kuhl;Shaul S. Wisebourt.
Method and data structure for user interface customization
Matthew Bells;Gerhard Dietrich Klassen;Kenneth Wallis;Scotte Zinn.
System and method for message display and management
Gerhard D. Klassen;Chris Wormald;David Yach.
User Interface Methods And Apparatus For Controlling The Visual Display Of Maps Having Selectable Map Elements In Mobile Communication Devices
Gerhard Dietrich Klassen;Tatiana Kalougina;Shaul Wisebourt;Peter John Devenyi.
Communications system providing mobile device notification based upon contact web pages and related methods
Sherryl Lee Lorraine Scott;Gerhard Dietrich Klassen;Michael Stephen Brown;Michael Kenneth Brown.
Method and system for instant messaging conversation security
Chris Wormald;Gerhard Dietrich Klassen;Luis Pablo Estable.
System and method for integrating an address book with an instant messaging application in a mobile station
Michael Thomas Hardy;Craig A. Dunk;Gerhard Dietrich Klassen.
Dynamic theme color palette generation
Gerhard Dietrich Klassen;Shaul S. Wisebourt;Lawrence Edward Kuhl.
System und verfahren zum austausch von identifizierungsinformation für mobile stationen
Mihal Lazaridis;David P Yach;Gerhard D Klassen.
Secure peer-to-peer messaging invitation architecture
Gerhard Dietrich Klassen;Samer Fahmy;David Paul Yach.
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