If necessity is the mother of invention, perhaps intellectual curiosity to question the status quo is the father.
Over the years, I’ve been fortunate to work and innovate alongside smart/driven engineers. This, while building products to solve real-world problems, often leads to new ideas, inventions and a vision of how the future might look like. Though I’m not a devout believer in software patents, I do think that they are one way to protect ideas and reward the effort that goes in addressing a need, differentiating your product or simply, quenching intellectual curiosity. That said, I also think that we must not over-protect and should share technical knowledge at the right level of abstraction so that the industry can benefit in general. In line with this philosophy, I carefully tread the dotted line between protecting and sharing intellectual capital.
Following is a representative list of my pending/granted patents across data, analytics, AI/ML and related areas. For a complete list, see Google Patents . My publications are listed here.
1. US8849828, Refinement and calibration mechanism for improving classification of information assets.
Techniques are described for refining the manual classification of assets classified or categorized using the terms of a business glossary. A semantic refinement mechanism is used to refine the manual classification of such assets, as well as subsequently evaluate the refined asset classifications.
Further, the refined asset classifications may be used as a training set for a machine learning classifier. That is, should the classification of an asset contributing to a refinement change, the refinement based on that classification may be undone, at least in some cases.
2. US20140201116, Optimally configuring an information landscape.
According to an embodiment of the present invention, a system optimizes an information processing environment, and comprises at least one processor. The system collects information pertaining to operational behavior of the information processing environment and including a plurality of parameters. A neural network structure is established to associate the parameters to a desired operational performance characteristic for the information processing environment. The neural network structure is trained with the collected information from the information processing environment to produce a model for the information processing environment. The model is optimized to determine values for the parameters and the information processing environment is adjusted based on the determined parameter values to attain the desired operational performance of the information processing environment. Embodiments of the present invention further include a method and computer program product for optimizing an information processing environment in substantially the same manner described above.
3. US8583626, Method to detect reference data tables in ETL processes.
A method, system and computer program product for identifying reference data tables in an Extract-Transform-Load (ETL) process, by identifying, by operation of one or more computer processors, at least a first reference data operator in the process, wherein the first reference data operator references one or more tables and evaluating at least a first table referenced by the reference data operator to determine whether the first table is a reference data table by assigning a score to the first table, wherein the score is indicative of the likelihood that the first table is a reference data table and wherein a reference data table contains a set of values that describes other data.
4. US20140164399, Inferring valid values for objects in a glossary using reference data.
Method, system, and computer program product to improve a coverage of a plurality of classifications between a plurality of terms in a glossary and a set of values in a reference data management system, by identifying a first classification, of the plurality of classifications in the glossary, between a first term in the glossary and a first set of values in the reference data management system, detecting a relationship between the first set of values and a second set of values in the reference data management system, and upon determining that a relevance score for a relevant value from the second set of values exceeds a predefined threshold, identifying the relevant value to be classified with the term in the glossary, wherein the glossary is configured to create a second classification between the first term and the relevant value.
5. US20130080461, Semantic questioning mechanism to enable analysis of information architectures
7. US8782039, Generating a semantic graph relating information assets using feedback re-enforced search and navigation
9. US 20120221558, Identifying information assets within an enterprise using a semantic graph created using feedback re-enforced search and navigation
11. US20120221556, Managing information assets using feedback re-enforced search and navigation
12. WO 2012117318, Generating a semantic graph relating information assets
13. US8898104, Auto-mapping between source and target models using statistical and ontology techniques
15. US20140281856, Determining linkage metadata of content of a target document to source documents
16. US20130238557, Managing tenant-specific data sets in a multi-tenant environment
17. US8954376, Detecting transcoding tables in extract-transform-load processes
Complete list archived at Google Patents