Matthew Tang
Matthew Tang
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Recognizing hand gestures with microsoft’s kinect
M Tang
Palo Alto: Department of Electrical Engineering of Stanford University:[sn], 2011
1642011
Asia poker with three hands per player
M Tang
US Patent 7,455,297, 2008
242008
Hand gesture recognition using Microsoft’s Kinect
M Tang
Paper written for CS229, 2011
232011
Recognizing hand gestures with Microsoft’s kinect. Department of Electrical Engineering
M Tang
Stanford University, 2011
92011
The use and performance of LT codes for multicast with relaying
TT Matthew, B Shrader, CR Thomas
2010-MILCOM 2010 MILITARY COMMUNICATIONS CONFERENCE, 1262-1267, 2010
72010
Double dragon wheel
M Tang
US Patent 5,947,472, 1999
71999
Asia poker with three hands per player and bonus payout
M Tang
US Patent App. 12/061,746, 2008
52008
Asia poker with three hands per player and bonus payout
M Tang
US Patent App. 12/469,210, 2009
42009
A Framework for Recognizing Hand Gestures
D Knight, M Tang, H Dahlkamp, C Plagemann
CS229 Final Project Paper, 2010
32010
Gaming wheel
M Tang
US Patent App. 29/679,110, 2020
12020
Games of three card black jack and baccarat
M Tang
US Patent App. 12/820,682, 2010
12010
Games of three card black jack and baccarat
M Tang
US Patent App. 12/689,867, 2010
12010
Games of three card black jack and baccarat
M Tang
US Patent App. 12/015,818, 2009
12009
Methods of administering three-hand pai gow poker
M Tang
US Patent App. 16/559,440, 2020
2020
Methods of Administering Three-Hand Pai Gow Poker
M Tang
US Patent App. 14/644,504, 2015
2015
Three-Hand Pai Gow with Optional Tie Rues
M Tang
US Patent App. 14/606,766, 2015
2015
Asia poker with three hands per player and bonus payout
M Tang
US Patent App. 12/825,764, 2010
2010
Improving Blind Equalization for QAM Systems with Reliable Symbols and Modified Source Coding
M Tang
Princeton University, 2009
2009
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