Apple (United States)
His primary areas of study are Mobile device, Computer network, Mobile database, Wireless and Baseband. Ronald K. Huang has researched Mobile device in several fields, including Grid, Cellular network and Database. His research in the fields of Ticket overlaps with other disciplines such as Service provider.
Ronald K. Huang focuses mostly in the field of Mobile database, narrowing it down to topics relating to Identifier and, in certain cases, Cell ID. The Wireless study which covers Application processor that intersects with Wi-Fi array and Wireless distribution system. His Baseband research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Mode and Operating system.
Mobile device, Computer network, Real-time computing, Mobile database and Implementation are his primary areas of study. His Mobile device research includes elements of Baseband, Identifier, Location determination and Database. His study looks at the intersection of Identifier and topics like Cell ID with Code.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Wireless, Wireless network, Network Access Device and Wi-Fi. The various areas that he examines in his Real-time computing study include Signal, Embedded system and State. His Mobile database research entails a greater understanding of Mobile station.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Implementation, Computer network, Rank, Real-time computing and Mobile device. His research investigates the connection with Computer network and areas like Wireless network which intersect with concerns in Join. Ronald K. Huang has included themes like Event, Control and Satellite system in his Real-time computing study.
Within one scientific family, he focuses on topics pertaining to Compass under Mobile device, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Artificial intelligence. His work on Motion sensors as part of general Artificial intelligence study is frequently linked to Frame of reference and Set, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. His Motion study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Consistency, Simulation and Motion analysis.
His primary scientific interests are in Motion, User device, Real-time computing, Session and Database. Motion is closely attributed to Motion analysis in his research. His User device study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Motion sensors and Computer vision.
His Real-time computing research includes themes of Event, GNSS applications, Satellite system and Mobile device. The Session study combines topics in areas such as Consistency, Simulation and Artificial intelligence. Database combines with fields such as Location data and Fingerprint database in his work.
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Morgan Grainger;Robert Mayor;Ronald K. Huang.
Service provider activation
Jeffrey Bush;Atley Dallas De;Jerry Hauck;Ronald Keryuan Huang.
Group formation using anonymous broadcast information
Daryl Mun-Kid Low;Ronald Keryuan Huang;Puneet Mishra;Gaurav Jain.
Determining a location of a mobile device using a location database
Ronald K Huang.
Proximity-based notifications in a mobile device
Alessandro F. Sabatelli;Ronald Keryuan Huang.
Location-based application program management
Ronald Keryuan Huang;Morgan Grainger.
Interactive gaming with co-located, networked direction and location aware devices
Ronald Keryuan Huang;Rob Mayor;Isabel Mahe;Patrick Piemonte.
Mobile device with localized app recommendations
Leonardo A. Soto Matamala;Ronald K. Huang;Scott M. Herz;Tadaaki Shimada.
Managing a location database for network-based positioning system
Ronald K. Huang;Markus Fischer;Seejo Pylappan.
App recommendation using crowd-sourced localized app usage data
Leonardo A. Soto Matamala;Ronald K. Huang;Lukas Marti;Xiaoyuan Tu.
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