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Company: Thomas jefferson high school Sep 2010 Position: Teacher and lab director

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School / High School: Woodrow Wilson High School

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Php • Project Management • It Operations

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Hungarian

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Licence: Connecticut - Active Date: 2008

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Teacher And Lab Director

Location:
Washington, DC
Industry:
Internet
Work:
Thomas Jefferson High School
Teacher and Lab Director
Education:
Woodrow Wilson High School
Princeton University
Doctorates, Doctor of Philosophy, Computer Science
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Bachelors, Bachelor of Science, Mathematics, Electrical Engineering
Skills:
Php, Project Management, It Operations
Languages:
Hungarian

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Method For Compressing And Decompressing Font Data

US Patent:
6069999, May 30, 2000
Filed:
Sep 29, 1993
Appl. No.:
8/129425
Inventors:
Csaba Peter Gabor - Portland OR
Assignee:
Microsoft Corporation - Redmond WA
International Classification:
G06K 1500
US Classification:
395110
Abstract:
A novel font compression method is disclosed that incorporates a plurality of data encoding techniques for compressing bit map font data or the like. Such individual characters of a font are represented in blocks comprised of a plurality of lines of data. The font data is first encoded according to encoding techniques that are applicable to the blocks of character data. Subsequently, each line of data is further encoded according to one of several selected encoding techniques. A selection of which technique to use for encoding a particular line is made by determining the length of data that will result from encoding using each of the selected techniques and comparing the lengths to select the technique yielding the shortest encoded data length. A novel Group encoding method is disclosed having particular application to bit strings of data having several groups of identical data bits. According to Group encoding each group is encoded by providing a first encoded portion including unit encoding bits and a second encoding portion including a binary representation of the remainder bits after subtracting the number encoded by the unit encoding bits.

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