COACHING CLASSES

Brand Owner (click to sort) Address Description
1D 1D Media Limited 9 Perseverance Works
GB
London E28DD
United Kingdom
Entertainment and education, all in the ...
5 SECONDS OF SUMMER One Mode Productions Limited c/o Lee & Thompson
GB
London W1U1JD
United Kingdom
Entertainment in the nature of participation ...
5 SECONDS OF SUMMER One Mode Productions Limited c/o Lee & Thompson
GB
London W1U1JD
United Kingdom
Entertainment in the nature of participation ...
5SOS One Mode Productions Limited c/o Lee & Thompson
GB
London W1U1JD
United Kingdom
Entertainment in the nature of participation ...
AMY MACDONALD Amy Macdonald c/o Lee & Thompson LLPGB
United Kingdom
Entertainment in the nature of participation ...
CHANT ENCHANTED PRODUCTIONS LTD 20 CHAMBERLAIN STREET
GB
WELLS BA52PF
United Kingdom
Entertainment and educational services, providing ongoing ...
E EXAMPLE Elliot Gleave t/a Example c/o Lee & Thompson LLP
GB
London W1U 1JD
United Kingdom
Entertainment in the nature of participation ...
EXAMPLE Elliot Gleave t/a Example c/o Lee & Thompson LLP
GB
London W1U 1JD
United Kingdom
Entertainment in the nature of participation ...
HIORHEY One Mode Productions Limited St. Christopher's Place
GB
London W1U1JD
United Kingdom
Entertainment in the nature of participation ...
IADOREME Betsy Karp LLC 215 W. 75th Street, Apt. 3F
New York NY 10023
Educational services, coaching classes relating to ...
ONE DIRECTION 1D Media Limited 9 Perseverance Works
GB
London E28DD
United Kingdom
(Based on 44(e)) (Based on Intent ...
RADIODNS HYBRID RADIO Nicholas Piggott c/o RadioDNSGB
United Kingdom
Entertainment, provision of ongoing radio programs ...
SOS One Mode Productions Limited c/o Lee & Thompson
GB
London W1U1JD
United Kingdom
Entertainment in the nature of participation ...
 

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Technical Examples
  1. The present invention recites a method and computer program product for identifying one or more new pattern classes and incorporating the classes into a pattern recognition classifier as output classes. A plurality of input patterns determined not to be associated with any of a set of at least one represented output class by a pattern recognition classifier are rejected. The rejected pattern samples are then grouped into clusters according to the similarities between the pattern samples. Clusters that represent new pattern classes are identified via independent review. The classifier is then retrained to include the new pattern classes as output classes.