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Suzanne L LeMole, Steven Howard Nurenberg, Joseph Thomas O Neil, Peter H Stuntebeck: Method and system for presenting customized advertising to a user on the world wide web. AT&T Corporation, December 28, 1999: US06009410 (984 worldwide citation)

A customized advertising repository server is connected on the World Wide Web (WWW), which can be accessed by a registered user through his or her browser either by clicking on an icon, or by inputting the specific URL address of the particular server which stores that user's advertising repository. ...


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Matthew K Franklin, Michael K Reiter: Secure auction systems. AT&T Corporation, Kenyon & Kenyon, April 25, 2000: US06055518 (258 worldwide citation)

The apparatus and method of the present invention provide secure auction service for use in a network having servers and bidding terminals. The auction service makes transactions among servers and bidding terminals subject to a distributed protocol. The distributed protocol distributes submitted bid ...


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Edward Belove, James A Culbert, R Patrick Johnson, David M Heath, Michael F Kraley, Deborah Mendez, Sangam Pant, Stephen Zagieboylo: Distributed, intermittently connected, object-oriented database and management system. AT&T Corporation, Cesari and McKenna, February 13, 1996: US05491820 (214 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is an object-oriented approach to storage and transmission of retrievable items in a client-server computer environment. Special processing modules manage retrieval and permanent storage, on client computers, of requested objects in a manner that minimizes unnecessary transmission and stor ...


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David M Heath, Michael F Kraley, Sangam Pant: Management facility for server entry and application utilization in a multi-node server configuration. AT&T Corporation, Cesari and McKenna, September 3, 1996: US05553239 (202 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a server architecture for connecting to a plurality of remote client computers each seeking access to applications resident on the server. The architecture provides (1) a reliable, single point of entry for client users that enforces security and recovers immediately from failures; (2) ...


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Pamela Leigh Dragosh, David Bjorn Roe, Robert Douglas Sharp: System and method for providing remote automatic speech recognition services via a packet network. AT&T Corporation, Kenyon & Kenyon, June 20, 2000: US06078886 (169 worldwide citation)

A system and method of operating an automatic speech recognition service using a client-server architecture is used to make ASR services accessible at a client location remote from the location of the main ASR engine. The present invention utilizes client-server communications over a packet network, ...


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Naganand Doraswamy, Kadangode K Ramakrishnan: Load balancing based on queue length, in a network of processor stations. AT&T Corporation, Kenyon & Kenyon, October 3, 2000: US06128642 (155 worldwide citation)

A method for distributing a job load from a local processor station to at least one processor station within a plurality of processor stations connected by a multiaccess channel. A job is selected for remote execution from the local processor so that the average load value of the local processor sta ...


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Sanjay Agraharam, Richard Frank Bruno, Glenn Lawrence Cash, Robert Edward Markowitz, Steven Howard Nurenberg, Joseph Thomas O Neil, Ram S Ramamurthy, Kenneth H Rosen: Network information delivery system for delivering information based on end user terminal requirements. AT&T Corporation, Oliff & Berridge, March 7, 2000: US06035339 (140 worldwide citation)

A network information delivery system automatically determines end-user information output requirements based on predetermined data corresponding to each requesting end-user terminal. A user profile is maintained in a database either associated with a network information delivery system or with the ...


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Yzhak Ronen: Method for establishing communication on the internet with a client having a dynamically assigned IP address. AT&T Corporation, February 15, 2000: US06026441 (111 worldwide citation)

A connection is established on the Internet between an originating client terminal and a destination client terminal, the latter having an IP address which has been dynamically assigned by an Internet Access Service Provider (IASP) and which is unknown to the originating client terminal. Using a kno ...


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Michael Abraham Benedikt, David Alan Ladd, James Christopher Ramming: Method and apparatus for generating program code for world wide web service applications. AT&T Corporation, October 12, 1999: US05966535 (110 worldwide citation)

A new application language called the MAWL language and a compiler for the new application language called the MAWL compiler are provided for use by programmers of World Wide Web services. The MAWL language and the MAWL compiler may be used to provide any World Wide Web service, but they are especia ...


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Jonathan Isaac Helfman: Method for passively browsing the internet using images extracted from web pages. AT&T Corporation, Kenyon & Kenyon, September 12, 2000: US06119135 (107 worldwide citation)

A technique is provided for passively browsing the Internet or an intranet by displaying images from web pages on a user's display screen. The user can select an image by clicking on it using a pointer manipulated by a mouse or trackball. A mapping list is maintained that maps the image universal re ...