COLLATION

Brand Owner (click to sort) Address Description
ADZ GEOTEL CORPORATION 212 South 8th Street
Columbia MO 63201
dissemination of advertisement for others, collation ...
CLIPZ GEOTEL CORPORATION 1809 Vandiver Drive
Columbia MO 652021916
systematization of advertisements for others, collation ...
E4MATION e4mation 206 Coral Creek Ln.
Morrisville NC 27560
Data processing services, creation and collation ...
ENFORMATICA Poel, William Widford Old Rectory Old London Road
Chelmsford, EssexCM2 8TE
Information services, the organization, collation ...
IT BOX Leisure Link Group Limited 3 The Maltings
GB
Staffordshire DE14 1SE
United Kingdom
Rental of electronic apparatus, personal computers, ...
IT BOX Inspired Gaming (International) Limited 3 The Maltings
GB
Staffordshire DE14 lSE
United Kingdom
RENTAL OF ELECTRONIC APPARATUS, PERSONAL COMPUTERS; ...
MEMORIES WITH PRIDE Memories with Pride, Inc. P.O. Box 2158
Chandler AZ 852442158
graphic art design, collation of photographs ...
MOVIDEO MCM Media Pty Ltd Level 4AU
Australia
Entertainment services, the creation, development ...
NEWSPAPER SHOPPING NETWORK MNC Direct, Inc. Post Office Box 1688
Greenville SC 29602
collation and publication of catalogs for ...
PRICELESS MasterCard International Incorporated 2000 Purchase Street
Purchase NY 105772405
Collation of data relating to travel ...
QADS Kinetics Systems, Inc. 48400 Fremont Blvd.
Fremont CA 94538
materials and facility fabrication management system ...
WEBS2AT Thales UK Limited Bourne Business Park
2 Dashwood Lang Road
Addlestone KT152NX
United Kingdom
Telecommunications services, transmission of information by ...
 

Where the owner name is not linked, that owner no longer owns the brand

   
Technical Examples
  1. A highly accurate identification system is built by using an identification module, which has predetermined values of FAR and FRR. A plurality of (m) biometrics are registered and managed. At the time of identification, a collation process is executed by using the m biometrics, and also a collation process is executed a plurality of (n) times with each biometrics. An identification result of the system is judged and outputted by combining the results of the m-biometrics collation and n-time collation trials. As conditions of judgment, when the collation is judged to be successful even once in the n-time collation trial, the collation is judged to be successful with respect to that biometrics. In the in-biometrics collation trial, when the collation is judged to be successful with respect to all the m biometrics, a judgment of identification success is given in the system as a whole.