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Allan C Reitz

from Greensboro, NC
Age ~65

Allan Reitz Phones & Addresses

  • 6 Silver Oak Ct, Greensboro, NC 27455 (336) 540-1689
  • Waxhaw, NC

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Position: Professional/Technical

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Degree: Associate degree or higher

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Senior Software Developer At Datawatch

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Position:
Senior Software Developer at Datawatch
Location:
Greensboro/Winston-Salem, North Carolina Area
Industry:
Computer Software
Work:
Datawatch - Greensboro/Winston-Salem, North Carolina Area since Oct 2012
Senior Software Developer

New River Innovation - Greensboro, NC Oct 2010 - Sep 2012
Software Developer

New River Innovation Mar 2010 - Jul 2010
SOFTWARE DEVELOPER

Math Strategies Jan 1997 - Dec 2009
SENIOR SOFTWARE DEVELOPER

networkMCI/Digital Imaging Jan 1992 - Dec 1996
SENIOR SOFTWARE DEVELOPER
Education:
University of Pennsylvania 1980 - 1982
M.S., Computer Science: Software Development
Lehigh University 1975 - 1979
B.S., Engineering Physics
Skills:
C#
.NET
SQL Server
Agile Methodologies
XML
Scrum
Software Development
HTML
SQL
CMS
Microsoft SQL Server
T-SQL
ASP.NET
Visual Studio
Business Intelligence
Honor & Awards:
Co-holder of US patent 6057931, a method for color image reproduction.
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Method And Apparatus For Controlling Color Image Reproduction

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US Patent:
60579315, May 2, 2000
Filed:
Mar 22, 1996
Appl. No.:
8/620480
Inventors:
Troy McConnell - Greensboro NC
Allan C. Reitz - Greensboro NC
Assignee:
MCI Telecommunications Corporation - Washington DC
International Classification:
H04N 160
US Classification:
358 19
Abstract:
The present invention provides a color-control method for use in an image reproducing process where the image is reduced to a plurality of pixels, with each pixel having a color value. The color control method uses a color control program in the image reproduction process. The color control program includes a color correction module and a color separation module. The color correction program provides a method for using HSL values to select which pixels will be color corrected. The color-separation program is used to convert RGB color values to YMCK color values and provides for undercolor removal and black generation. Undercolor removal removes gray components from the hue pixel data and replaces it with black pixel data. The black generation routine provides for the selection of pixels for which black will be added by the input of selected parameter of an HSL slice range.
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