Microsoft (United States)
1993 - Fellow of the Royal Society of New Zealand
Peter T. Barrett spends much of his time researching Real-time computing, Multimedia, Communication channel, Intra-frame and Computer network. His study in Real-time computing is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both User interface and Presentation. The Multimedia study combines topics in areas such as Advertising and Display device.
As part of one scientific family, Peter T. Barrett deals mainly with the area of Communication channel, narrowing it down to issues related to the Decoding methods, and often Digital channel, Source-specific multicast and Transmission. His Intra-frame study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Mode and Media content. In general Computer network, his work in Unicast, Multicast and Network packet is often linked to Interval data and Nominal interest rate linking many areas of study.
His primary areas of study are Multimedia, Computer network, World Wide Web, Computer graphics and Media content. His Multimedia research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of User interface, Television Media, Advertising and Presentation. Peter T. Barrett has included themes like Data stream, Transmission and Communication channel in his Computer network study.
Peter T. Barrett interconnects Unicast, Intra-frame, Decoding methods, Real-time computing and Change request in the investigation of issues within Communication channel. The various areas that he examines in his Computer graphics study include Image, Computer vision and Artificial intelligence. His Media content study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Node and Event.
Peter T. Barrett focuses on Advertising, World Wide Web, Multimedia, Content and Media content. When carried out as part of a general Advertising research project, his work on Television Media is frequently linked to work in Product, Popularity, Social group and Public relations, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. His Television Media research integrates issues from Tracking and Point.
His World Wide Web research includes elements of User interface and Selection. Many of his research projects under Multimedia are closely connected to Visual presentation with Visual presentation, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. His work carried out in the field of Media content brings together such families of science as Event and Information retrieval.
His primary areas of investigation include World Wide Web, Media content, Information retrieval, Selection and Downstream. His World Wide Web study combines topics in areas such as Event and Service. Downstream is integrated with Recording format, Real-time computing, Buffer and Channel in his study.
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Fast channel change
Dustin L. Green;James A. Baldwin;Peter T. Barrett.
Accelerated channel change in rate-limited environments
David C. Clifford;Dustin L. Green;Geoffrey R. Smith;Grant D. Mohr.
Media stream splicer
Dustin L. Green;John H. Grossman;James Armand Baldwin;Peter T. Barrett.
Advertising using a combination of video and banner advertisements
Peter T. Barrett;Daniel Danker.
Systems and methods for interfacing with a user in instant messaging
Daniel Danker;Peter T. Barrett.
Bookmark Interpretation Service
Peter T. Barrett.
Video segment targeting using remotely issued instructions and localized state and behavior information
Peter T. Barrett.
System for running applications in a resource-constrained set-top box environment
Logananth Seetharaman;Min Liu;Dennis G. Cronin;Adam T. Mollis.
Electronic program guide displayed simultaneously with television programming
Peter T. Barrett;Daniel Danker;Jeffrey D. Yaksick.
Seamless digital channel changing
Peter T. Barrett;James A. Baldwin.
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