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Michael A Benedikt

age ~57

from Brooklyn, NY

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  • Michael Benedikt
  • Mike Benedikt
  • Michael Benedict

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  • Brooklyn, NY
  • Bath, ME
  • 1323 W Wellington Ave #1, Chicago, IL 60657 • 7734723762
  • 830 Hermitage Ave, Chicago, IL 60622 • 3128501278
  • Leslie, MO
  • Arlington, MA
  • Madison, WI

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Michael Benedikt

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United States

Us Patents

  • Method And Apparatus For Creating And Sending Structured Voicemail Messages

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  • US Patent:
    6393107, May 21, 2002
  • Filed:
    May 25, 1999
  • Appl. No.:
    09/318140
  • Inventors:
    Thomas J. Ball - Naperville IL
    Michael Abraham Benedikt - Chicago IL
    Peter Andrew Mataga - Naperville IL
    Carlos Miguel Puchol - Naperville IL
    Kenneth G. Rehor - Berwyn IL
    Curtis Duane Tuckey - Chicago IL
  • Assignee:
    Lucent Technologies Inc. - Murray Hill NJ
  • International Classification:
    H04M 164
  • US Classification:
    379 8813, 379 671, 379 8817, 379 8822, 379908
  • Abstract:
    A sender ( ) creates a voicemail message that includes a plurality of messaging elements that include embedded instructions that define a structure of the message. Other messaging elements may include textual fragments, audio fragments that refer to audio data files that are associated with the message, and/or references to textual fragments and/or audio fragments that are stored at specified locations. The instructions may define a hierarchical menu structure which, when the message is presented to the recipient ( ) by a messaging system ( ), offers the recipient different navigational choices from which the recipient may select and thus effect the information content of what is presented. The structured message is sent by the sender to the recipient at an address on a messaging system that stores the message and is capable of interpreting and assembling the messaging elements in accordance with the embedded instruction and playing-out the message to the recipient when the recipient accesses the system and retrieves the message from storage. The structured message may also include links to a specific destination, to which the messaging system establishes a connection if the link is selected by the recipient during play-out of the message.
  • Structured Voicemail Messages

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  • US Patent:
    6459774, Oct 1, 2002
  • Filed:
    May 25, 1999
  • Appl. No.:
    09/318441
  • Inventors:
    Thomas J. Ball - Naperville IL
    Michael Abraham Benedikt - Chicago IL
    Peter Andrew Mataga - Naperville IL
    Carlos Miguel Puchol - Naperville IL
    Kenneth G. Rehor - Berwyn IL
    Curtis Duane Tuckey - Chicago IL
  • Assignee:
    Lucent Technologies Inc. - Murray Hill NJ
  • International Classification:
    H04M 164
  • US Classification:
    379 671, 379 8813, 379 8817, 379 8818, 379 8822, 379 8825, 379908
  • Abstract:
    A sender ( ) creates a voicemail message that includes a plurality of messaging elements that include embedded instructions that define a structure of the message. Other messaging elements may include textual fragments, audio fragments that refer to audio data files that are associated with the message, and/or references to textual fragments and/or audio fragments that are stored at specified locations. The instructions may define a hierarchical menu structure which, when the message is presented to the recipient ( ) by a messaging system ( ), offers the recipient different navigational choices from which the recipient may select and thus effect the information content of what is presented. The structured message is sent by the sender to the recipient at an address on a messaging system that stores the message and is capable of interpreting and assembling the messaging elements in accordance with the embedded instruction and playing-out the message to the recipient when the recipient accesses the system and retrieves the message from storage. The structured message may also include links to a specific destination, to which the messaging system establishes a connection if the link is selected by the recipient during play-out of the message.
  • Method For Performing Information-Preserving Dtd Schema Embeddings

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  • US Patent:
    7496571, Feb 24, 2009
  • Filed:
    Sep 30, 2004
  • Appl. No.:
    10/955322
  • Inventors:
    Michael Abraham Benedikt - Chicago IL,
    Minos N. Garofalakis - Morristown NJ,
    Rajeev Rastogi - New Providence NJ,
  • Assignee:
    Alcatel-Lucent USA Inc. - Murray Hill NJ
  • International Classification:
    G06F 17/30
  • US Classification:
    707 6, 707 1, 707 2, 707 3, 707 4, 707 5, 707 7, 707101
  • Abstract:
    Method for performing information-preserving DTD schema embeddings between a source schema when matching a source schema and a target schema. The preservation is realized by a matching process between the two schemas that finds a first string marking of the target schema, evaluates a legality of the first string marking, determines an estimated minimal cost of the first string marking and subsequently adjusts the estimated minimal cost based upon one to one mapping of source schema and target schema subcomponents.
  • Automatic Exploration And Testing Of Dynamic Web Sites

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  • US Patent:
    7716322, May 11, 2010
  • Filed:
    Sep 23, 2002
  • Appl. No.:
    10/252210
  • Inventors:
    Michael Abraham Benedikt - Chicago IL,
    Juliana Freire Silva - Portland OR,
    Patrice Ismael Godefroid - Naperville IL,
    Avinash Vyas - North Plainfield NJ,
  • Assignee:
    Alcatel-Lucent USA Inc. - Murray Hill NJ
  • International Classification:
    G06F 15/173
    G06F 15/16
    G06F 17/00
    G06F 17/27
  • US Classification:
    709224, 709217, 715224, 715226
  • Abstract:
    A unique tool, i. e. , “VeriWeb”, is employed to automatically discover and systematically explore Web-site execution paths that can be followed by a user in a Web application. Unlike traditional spiders (or crawlers) that are limited to the exploration of static links, VeriWeb can navigate automatically through dynamic components of Web sites, including form submissions and execution of client-side scripts. Whenever examining a new Web page, the system determines all possible actions a user might perform—be it a link, via a button with a JavaScript handler, or via form submission—and can execute them in a systematic way. In order to systematically test different paths in a Web site, VeriWeb addresses two critical problems: systematic Web site exploration and automatically filling out forms.
  • System And Method For Xml Data Integration

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  • US Patent:
    20050278368, Dec 15, 2005
  • Filed:
    Mar 31, 2005
  • Appl. No.:
    11/095344
  • Inventors:
    Michael Benedikt - Chicago IL,
    Wenfei Fan - Somerset NJ,
    Rajeev Rastogi - New Providence NJ,
  • International Classification:
    G06F017/30
  • US Classification:
    707101000
  • Abstract:
    A framework is provided for integrating data from multiple relational sources into an XML document that both conforms to a given DTD and satisfies predefined XML constraints. The framework is based on a specification language, designated Attribute Integration Grammar (AIG), that extends a DTD by (1) associating element types with semantic attributes, (2) computing these attributes via parameterized SQL queries over multiple data sources, and (3) incorporating XML keys and inclusion constraints. The AIG uniquely operates on semantic attributes and their dependency relations for controlling context-dependent, DTD-directed construction of XML documents, and, as well as checks XML constraints in parallel with document-generation.
  • Method And Apparatus For Generating Program Code For World Wide Web Service Applications

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  • US Patent:
    59665351, Oct 12, 1999
  • Filed:
    Dec 7, 1995
  • Appl. No.:
    8/569046
  • Inventors:
    Michael Abraham Benedikt - Chicago IL
    David Alan Ladd - Downers Grove IL
    James Christopher Ramming - Menlo Park CA
  • Assignee:
    AT&T Corporation - New York NY
  • International Classification:
    G06F 945
  • US Classification:
    395707
  • Abstract:
    A new application language called the MAWL language and a compiler for the new application language called the MAWL compiler are provided for use by programmers of World Wide Web services. The MAWL language and the MAWL compiler may be used to provide any World Wide Web service, but they are especially useful for programming interactive services. The MAWL language provides an expressive typing capability. Through this expressive ability World Wide Web services that have defined states, sequences and sessions are straightforward where previously such capabilities do not exist. Further, the MAWL compiler performs error checking for common errors and self-consistency before actual compiling so run-time error checking is avoided. Together the MAWL language and the MAWL compiler greatly increase the productivity of the World Wide Web programmer and the complexity of the World Wide Web services that can reliably be provided.
  • Method And Apparatus For Assembling And Presenting Structured Voicemail Messages

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  • US Patent:
    62403915, May 29, 2001
  • Filed:
    May 25, 1999
  • Appl. No.:
    9/318450
  • Inventors:
    Thomas J. Ball - Naperville IL
    Michael Abraham Benedikt - Chicago IL
    Peter Andrew Mataga - Naperville IL
    Carlos Miguel Puchol - Naperville IL
    Kenneth G. Rehor - Berwyn IL
    Curtis Duane Tuckey - Chicago IL
  • Assignee:
    Lucent Technologies Inc. - Murray Hill NJ
  • International Classification:
    G10L 1100
    G10L 1300
    H04M 1110
  • US Classification:
    704270
  • Abstract:
    The method for assembling and presenting a structured electronic message begins when the sender creates a voicemail message that includes a plurality of messaging elements that include embedded instructions that define a structure of the message. Other messaging elements may include textual fragments, audio fragments that refer to audio data files that are associated with the message, and/or references to textual fragments and/or audio fragments that are stored at specified locations. The instructions may define a hierarchical menu structure which, when the message is presented to the recipient by a messaging system, offers the recipient different navigational choices from which the recipient may select and thus effect the information content of what is presented. The structured message is sent by the sender to the recipient at an address on a messaging system that stores the message and is capable of interpreting and assembling the messaging elements in accordance with the embedded instruction and playing-out the message to the recipient when the recipient accesses the system and retrieves the message from storage. The structured message may also include links to a specific destination, to which the messaging system establishes a connection if the link is selected by the recipient during play-out of the message.
  • Methods And Apparatus For Generating And Using Safe Constraint Queries

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  • US Patent:
    62020633, Mar 13, 2001
  • Filed:
    May 28, 1999
  • Appl. No.:
    9/322660
  • Inventors:
    Michael Abraham Benedikt - Chicago IL
    Leonid Libkin - Basking Ridge NJ
  • Assignee:
    Lucent Technologies Inc. - Murray Hill NJ
  • International Classification:
    G06F 1730
  • US Classification:
    707 3
  • Abstract:
    Methods and apparatus are provided for ensuring that queries presented to a database are safe thus providing solutions to both undecidability and lack of effective syntax issues. In a one aspect of the invention, a method for use in a database system includes obtaining an original query entered by a user. The invention then provides for pre-processing the query before submittal to a database engine associated with the database system wherein a result of the pre-processing operation is to ensure that a query provided to the engine is safe. Safety has a different meaning depending on the application. For example, safety may include ensuring that a query will return an output with finite results or it may include ensuring that certain geometric properties in the query are preserved in the output.

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Michael Benedikt

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Michael Benedikt is the 2004 ACSA Distinguished Professor at the University of Texas at Austin, where he holds the Hal Box Chair in Urbanism. ...

Isbn (Books And Publications)

  • Center 10: Value

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  • Author:
    Michael Benedikt
  • ISBN #:
    0292712006
  • The Poetry Of Surrealism: An Anthology

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  • Author:
    Michael Benedikt
  • ISBN #:
    0316088978
  • The Poetry Of Surrealism: An Anthology

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  • Author:
    Michael Benedikt
  • ISBN #:
    0316088986
  • Judging Architectural Value: A Harvard Design Magazine Reader

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  • Author:
    Michael Benedikt
  • ISBN #:
    0816650101
  • Night Cries

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  • Author:
    Michael Benedikt
  • ISBN #:
    0819510807
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    Michael Benedikt
  • ISBN #:
    0819520527
  • Night Cries

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  • Author:
    Michael Benedikt
  • ISBN #:
    0819520802
  • Mole Notes

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  • Author:
    Michael Benedikt
  • ISBN #:
    0819540382

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University of Texas at Austin faculty

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Professor


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Architecture

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News

Cern’s Plan For 100-Km Collider Makes The Lhc Look Like A Hula Hoop

CERN’s plan for 100-km collider makes the LHC look like a hula hoop

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  • These kind of largest scale efforts and projects are huge starters for networking, connecting institutes across borders, countries, CERNs Michael Benedikt, who led the report, told Nature. All these things together make up a very good argument for pushing such unique science projects.
  • Date: Jan 15, 2019
  • Category: Headlines
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Youtube

GOD IS THE GOOD WE DO---KLRU-Docubloggers.mp4

"God Is the Good We Do" Produced and directed by Tom Spencer at KLRU i...

  • Category:
    Education
  • Uploaded:
    18 Nov, 2010
  • Duration:
    7m 25s

Armwrestling- Michael vs Benedikt (left arm)

Training with the left!!!

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    Sports
  • Uploaded:
    31 May, 2009
  • Duration:
    1m 17s

GOD IS THE GOOD WE DO- Michael L. Benedikt

MICHAEL L. BENEDIKT Hal Box Chair in Urbanism Director, Center for Ame...

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    Entertainment
  • Uploaded:
    31 Aug, 2008
  • Duration:
    7m 49s

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