World Wide Web, Computer hardware, Event, Multimedia and Real-time computing are his primary areas of study. His studies in World Wide Web integrate themes in fields like Software, Media content, Database and Resource. His Computer hardware research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Bandwidth and Identification.
His Event research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Controller and Media sharing. His Multimedia study combines topics in areas such as User interface and Location-based service. Marc Sullivan interconnects Security token, Usage data and Communication Response in the investigation of issues within Real-time computing.
His primary areas of study are Multimedia, World Wide Web, Computer network, Computer hardware and Real-time computing. His study on Media content is often connected to Video quality as part of broader study in Multimedia. His study in World Wide Web is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Set top box and Information retrieval.
In the subject of general Computer network, his work in Digital subscriber line is often linked to Distribution networks, thereby combining diverse domains of study. Marc Sullivan combines subjects such as Bandwidth and Display device with his study of Computer hardware. His research investigates the connection between Real-time computing and topics such as Event that intersect with problems in Controller.
His main research concerns Multimedia, World Wide Web, Computer hardware, Internet privacy and Wireless. His studies in Multimedia integrate themes in fields like Access network, Control and Communication device. His research on World Wide Web frequently links to adjacent areas such as Media Delivery Index.
As part of the same scientific family, Marc Sullivan usually focuses on Computer hardware, concentrating on Bandwidth and intersecting with Internet Protocol, Transmission, Display device, Television channel and Television system. The various areas that Marc Sullivan examines in his Internet privacy study include Affect and Subject. The Wireless study combines topics in areas such as Remote control, Media content, Embedded system and Gesture.
Marc Sullivan spends much of his time researching Wireless, World Wide Web, Video tracking, Computer graphics and Video capture. His work carried out in the field of Wireless brings together such families of science as Remote control, Media content, Embedded system and Gesture. His World Wide Web research includes themes of Multimedia and Media Delivery Index.
His studies deal with areas such as Data compression, Motion compensation and Video Share as well as Video tracking. Marc Sullivan has included themes like Controller, Packet loss, Interactive television and Computer vision in his Computer graphics study. In his research, Marc Sullivan undertakes multidisciplinary study on Sound quality and Video processing.
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Usage data monitoring and communication between multiple devices
Steven Belz;James Pratt;Marc Sullivan.
System and method for adapting the level of instructional detail provided through a user interface
Philip Kortum;Robert Bushey;Benjamin Knott;Marc Sullivan.
Method, system, and software for correcting uniform resource locators
Marc Sullivan;Philip T. Kortum.
Systems, Methods, and Computer Program Products for User Authentication
James Pratt;Steven Belz;Marc Sullivan.
Universal mobile phone adapter method and system for vehicles
Philip T. Kortum;Marc A. Sullivan.
Replay icon for a display screen
Philip Ted Kortum;Marc Andrew Sullivan;Alyssa Lenorah Noll Williams.
Systems and Method of Controlling Access to Media Content
Steven M. Belz;Marc Sullivan;James Pratt.
System and Method for Presenting Calendar Events
Steven M. Belz;Marc Sullivan;James Pratt.
METHODS AND APPARATUS TO IMPLEMENT HIGHER DATA RATE VOICE OVER INTERNET PROTOCOL (VoIP) SERVICES
Douglas F. Reynolds;Miles Torbett Pierce;Marc Andrew Sullivan.
System and method for pre-caching a first portion of a video file on a set-top box
Philip Ted Kortum;Marc Andrew Sullivan.
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