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9712 7Th St, Lake Stevens, WA 98258 (425) 322-4629

Snohomish, WA

8616 Nash Dr, Pasco, WA 99301 (509) 542-9198

8616 Nash Dr, Pasco, WA 99301 (509) 542-9198

11108 Chennault Beach Rd, Mukilteo, WA 98275

Connell, WA

Richland, WA

Bozeman, MT

Spokane Valley, WA

9712 7Th Pl, Lake Stevens, WA 98258

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Position: Clerical/White Collar

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Degree: High school graduate or higher

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Name / TitleCompany / ClassificationPhones & Addresses
Troy Terry CAL-PRO Contracting Ltd
Roofers
110 Valley Ridge Point NW, Calgary, AB T3B 5R7
(403) 818-6533. (403) 286-4083

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US Patents

Processing Digital Images Including Headers And Footers Into Reflow Content

US Patent:
7788580, Aug 31, 2010
Filed:
Mar 28, 2006
Appl. No.:
11/392999
Inventors:
Robert L Goodwin - Mercer Island WA,
Troy N Terry - Bellevue WA,
Adam Brian Coath - Seattle WA,
Frederick Ziya Ramos Akalin - Seattle WA,
Joshua Shagam - Seattle WA,
Assignee:
Amazon Technologies, Inc. - Reno NV
International Classification:
G06F 17/00
G06F 17/20
G06F 17/21
US Classification:
715243, 715244, 715245, 715246, 715247, 715266
Abstract:
A computer system and method for processing a digital image into reflow content is presented. A computer system includes a processor and a memory. The computer system is configured to process a digital image by first obtaining the digital image, wherein the digital image includes at least some content suitable for conversion into reflow content. The computer system identifies any headers or footers that exist within the digital image. The computer system then processes the digital image into reflow content, excluding any content within an identified header or footer. Headers and/or footers are identified according to one or more aspects indicative of a header/footer, such as separating white space, a separator line, sequences indicative of page numbering, and the like.

Efficient Processing Of Non-Reflow Content In A Digital Image

US Patent:
7961987, Jun 14, 2011
Filed:
Jul 3, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/168024
Inventors:
Robert L. Goodwin - Mercer Island WA,
Troy N. Terry - Bellevue WA,
Adam Brian Coath - Seattle WA,
Frederick Ziya Ramos Akalin - Seattle WA,
Joshua Shagam - Seattle WA,
Assignee:
Amazon Technologies, Inc. - Reno NV
International Classification:
G06K 9/00
US Classification:
382309, 382173, 382176, 382311
Abstract:
A computer system and method for efficiently processing a digital image into reflow content is presented. The method comprises each of the following as executed on a computer. A digital image is obtained for processing. The digital image includes at least some content suitable for conversion into reflow content. The digital image is processed into a digital content file. The digital content file includes both reflow content and non-reflow blocks of content. For each non-reflow block of content in the digital content file, the following are performed. A confidence rating is determined for the non-reflow block of content. If the confidence rating for the non-reflow block of content falls below a predetermined threshold, an evaluation of the non-reflow block is triggered.

Generating Reflow Files From Digital Images For Rendering On Various Sized Displays

US Patent:
8023738, Sep 20, 2011
Filed:
Mar 28, 2006
Appl. No.:
11/392990
Inventors:
Robert L Goodwin - Mercer Island WA,
Troy N Terry - Bellevue WA,
Adam Brian Coath - Seattle WA,
Frederick Ziya Ramos Akalin - Seattle WA,
Joshua Shagam - Seattle WA,
Assignee:
Amazon Technologies, Inc. - Incline Village NV
International Classification:
G06K 9/34
US Classification:
382175, 715247
Abstract:
Processing content in a digital image into reflow content is presented. In operation, a computer system is configured to obtain a digital image from a source. The digital image comprises content including both reflow content and non-reflow content. The computer system identifies non-reflow blocks of content within the digital image and processes the digital image into reflow content, excluding the identified non-reflow blocks of content. The reflow content is copied to a digital content file or stream. The identified non-reflow blocks of content are also copied to the digital content file/stream. Information regarding the non-reflow blocks of content, such as its location in the digital image and a confidence rating, are included with the non-reflow block copied to the digital content file/stream.

Processing Digital Images Including Headers And Footers Into Reflow Content

US Patent:
8413048, Apr 2, 2013
Filed:
Jun 9, 2010
Appl. No.:
12/797510
Inventors:
Robert L. Goodwin - Mercer Island WA,
Troy N. Terry - Bellevue WA,
Adam Brian Coath - Seattle WA,
Frederick Ziya Ramos Akalin - Seattle WA,
Joshua Shagam - Seattle WA,
Assignee:
Amazon Technologies, Inc. - Reno NV
International Classification:
G06F 17/00
G06F 17/20
G06F 17/21
US Classification:
715243, 715244, 715245, 715246, 715247
Abstract:
A computer system and method for processing a digital image into reflow content is presented. A computer system includes a processor and a memory. The computer system is configured to process a digital image by first obtaining the digital image, wherein the digital image includes at least some content suitable for conversion into reflow content. The computer system identifies any headers or footers that exist within the digital image. The computer system then processes the digital image into reflow content, excluding any content within an identified header or footer. Headers and/or footers are identified according to one or more aspects indicative of a header/footer, such as separating white space, a separator line, sequences indicative of page numbering, and the like.

Efficient Processing Of Non-Reflow Content In A Digital Image

US Patent:
2007023, Oct 11, 2007
Filed:
Mar 28, 2006
Appl. No.:
11/392959
Inventors:
Robert Goodwin - Mercer Island WA,
Troy Terry - Bellevue WA,
Adam Coath - Seattle WA,
Frederick Akalin - Seattle WA,
Joshua Shagam - Seattle WA,
International Classification:
G06K 9/03
US Classification:
382309000
Abstract:
A computer system and method for efficiently processing a digital image into reflow content is presented. The method comprises each of the following as executed on a computer. A digital image is obtained for processing. The digital image includes at least some content suitable for conversion into reflow content. The digital image is processed into a digital content file. The digital content file includes both reflow content and non-reflow blocks of content. For each non-reflow block of content in the digital content file, the following are performed. A determination is made as to whether the non-reflow block of content should be manually evaluated for editing. A manual evaluation is automatically triggered for editing if it is determined that the non-reflow block of content should be manually evaluated for editing.

Systems, Methods And Articles For A Server Providing Communications And Services Involving Automobile Head Units

US Patent:
2014006, Mar 6, 2014
Filed:
Jan 31, 2013
Appl. No.:
13/756436
Inventors:
Abbas Ali Vanak - Bellevue WA,
Paul John Henry Klassen - Newcastle WA,
Jason Holt Smith - Kent WA,
Troy Terry - Bellevue WA,
Alexander Kinlin - Seattle WA,
Ronald Otto Radko - Kirkland WA,
Erik Andrew Clauson - Bellevue WA,
Jason David Justman - Bellevue WA,
Mark William Wigzell - Kirkland WA,
Xiaobin Lu - Bellevue WA,
Tomasz J. Gil - Seattle WA,
Nilesh Rane - Bellevue WA,
Ryan B. Starkey - Issaquah WA,
Assignee:
TWEDDLE GROUP, INC. - Clinton Township MI
International Classification:
H04L 29/08
US Classification:
709219
Abstract:
Network communications, Web-based services and customized services using the Web-based services may be provided to drivers and users via the automobile head unit in the vehicle and via their mobile device. The automobile head unit in the vehicle and the mobile device are communicatively linked via a short range wireless connection. Also, these devices may communicate over a network such as a cellular network to a service provider that provides entertainment and informational services to the mobile device and the head unit of the vehicle. The user's profile and preferences are able to follow the user to various locations and into vehicles because this information is stored at a server accessible by the user's mobile device, and in some embodiments, also the head unit. The mobile device may provide services to the head unit if it does not have wider network connectivity over the short range wireless connection.

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The Effects Of After-School Programs On Student Achievement: A Research Study

Author:
Troy Terry
Publisher:
VDM Verlag Dr. Müller
Publication Date:
2011-02-02
Binding:
Paperback
Pages:
116
ISBN #:
3639327276
EAN Code:
9783639327274
Dr. Terry's research study, as chronicled in this work, investigated the effects of a formally organized 21st Century Learning Grant's after-school programs on the achievement levels of students in the third through fifth grades as measured by the South Carolina Palmetto Achievement Challenge T...

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