2013 - Fellow, National Academy of Inventors
Gesture, Artificial intelligence, Computer vision, Human–computer interaction and Computer graphics are his primary areas of study. Many of his studies on Gesture apply to Speech recognition as well. His Multi-touch and Segmentation study are his primary interests in Artificial intelligence.
His research integrates issues of Input device and Electrode array in his study of Computer vision. His Input device study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Simulation, State and Pointing device. His Human–computer interaction research incorporates elements of Graphical user interface and Conjunction.
His main research concerns Artificial intelligence, Computer vision, Gesture, Surface and Signal. Many of his studies involve connections with topics such as Stylus and Artificial intelligence. Wayne Carl Westerman regularly links together related areas like Input device in his Computer vision studies.
His work carried out in the field of Gesture brings together such families of science as Computer graphics, Speech recognition, Human–computer interaction, Finger movement and Object. The Signal study combines topics in areas such as Electronic engineering and Sense. His Multi-touch research integrates issues from Engineering drawing and Electronics.
Wayne Carl Westerman spends much of his time researching Computer vision, Artificial intelligence, Input device, Electronic engineering and Acoustics. His Stylus, Object and Pixel study in the realm of Computer vision interacts with subjects such as Ellipse and Column. His study deals with a combination of Artificial intelligence and Set.
His study explores the link between Input device and topics such as Electronics that cross with problems in Matched filter, Multi-touch, Small form factor and Subspace topology. His Electronic engineering study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Demodulation, Sense, Communication channel, Waveform and Calibration. His Acoustics study combines topics in areas such as Viewport, Simulation and Engineering drawing.
Wayne Carl Westerman focuses on Electronic engineering, Input device, Force sensor, Artificial intelligence and Computer vision. His Electronic engineering research includes themes of Dynamic range compression, Waveform, Signal, Calibration and Haptic technology. The study incorporates disciplines such as Matched filter, Field calibration, Electrical engineering and Control theory in addition to Input device.
His Force sensor research encompasses a variety of disciplines, including Electronics, Deflection, Multi-touch, Centroid and User input. His research combines Shell and Artificial intelligence. His studies in Computer vision integrate themes in fields like Event and Input impedance.
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Method and apparatus for integrating manual input
Wayne Carl Westerman;John Greer Elias.
Touch Screen Device, Method, and Graphical User Interface for Determining Commands by Applying Heuristics
Steven P. Jobs;Scott Forstall;Greg Christie;Stephen O. Lemay.
Gesturing with a multipoint sensing device
Wayne Carl Westerman;Steve Porter Hotelling;Myra Mary Haggerty;Bas Ording.
Detecting and interpreting real-world and security gestures on touch and hover sensitive devices
Wayne Carl Westerman;Myra Mary Haggerty.
Swipe gestures for touch screen keyboards
Wayne Carl Westerman;Henri Lamiraux;Matthew Evan Dreisbach.
Multi-touch gesture dictionary
John Greer Elias;Wayne Carl Westerman;Myra Mary Haggerty.
Selective rejection of touch contacts in an edge region of a touch surface
Wayne Carl Westerman;カール ウェスターマン ウェイン.
Multi-touch input discrimination
Wayne Carl Westerman.
Using ambient light sensor to augment proximity sensor output
Scott M. Herz;Roberto G. Yepez;Wayne C. Westerman;Stephen P. Hotelling.
Methods and graphical user interfaces for editing on a portable multifunction device
Stephen O. Lemay;Bas Ording;Marcel Van Os;B. Michael Victor.
Profile was last updated on December 6th, 2021.
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