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Richard A Lang, Eric H Walters: System and method for time-shifted program viewing. Burst com, Carr & Ferrell, September 18, 2007: US07272298 (113 worldwide citation)

A system and method for time-shifted viewing of broadcast television programs is disclosed. Simultaneous recording and playback are provided by using buffer storage as the source and destination of compressed or uncompressed digital video/audio programs. Full VCR-like control is provided for all pla ...


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Arthur Allen: Method for connection acceptance control and optimal multi-media content delivery over networks. Burst com, Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney PC, February 19, 2008: US07334044 (57 worldwide citation)

A method is disclosed for call and/or connection acceptance control and the optimal delivery of multimedia (audio/video) data over networks. This method involves the establishment and monitoring of certain criteria which may be used to maximize the number of simultaneous clients without sacrificing ...


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Arthur Allen: Method for connection acceptance control and rapid determination of optimal multi-media content delivery over networks. Burst com, Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney PC, March 18, 2008: US07346688 (17 worldwide citation)

A method of bandwidth allocation for delivery of stored digital content from at least one server device to at least one client device by way of a network. The method includes the steps of: describing a control variable which represents a target flow rate of content from the server device to each cli ...


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Walters Eric H, Lang Richard A: System and method for time-shifted program viewing. Burst Com, March 6, 2002: EP1185095-A1 (15 worldwide citation)

A system and method for time-shifted viewing of broadcast television programs is disclosed. Simultaneous recording and playback are provided by using buffer storage (560) as the source and destination of compressed or uncompressed digital video/audio programs. Full VCR-like control is provided for a ...


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Arthur Allen: Method for connection acceptance control and rapid determination of optimal multi-media content delivery over networks. Burst com, Carr & Ferrell, June 3, 2008: US07383338 (7 worldwide citation)

A system for allocating bandwidth between a server device and at least one client device. The system includes a call acceptance module operative to receive an incoming request for service; a flow regulator configured to deliver content at a modulated target flow rate, the content being delivered bet ...


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Arthur Douglas Allen: Method for connection acceptance control and optimal multi-media content delivery over networks. Burst com, Carr & Ferrell, July 28, 2009: US07568046 (3 worldwide citation)

A system for allocating bandwidth between a server device and at least one client device. The system includes a call acceptance module operative to receive an incoming request for service; a flow regulator configured to deliver content at a modulated target flow rate, the content being delivered bet ...


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Lang Richard A, Rebane George J: Dynamically-configured multimedia network system and method using segmented burst video transmissions. Burst Com, February 14, 2001: EP1076456-A1

A system for distribution of interactive multimedia and linear programs is described. This system comprises at least one Bunker, operatively connected to at least one Data Studio, for receiving and storing preprocessed multimedia programs from the Data Studio, the Data Studio being operative for the ...


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Allen Arthur D: Method for connection acceptance control and rapid determination of optimal multi-media content delivery over networks. Burst Com, April 26, 2006: EP1650909-A1

A method of bandwidth allocation for delivery of stored digital content from at least one server device to at least one client device by way of a network is disclosed, the method comprising the steps of: prescribing a control variable which represents a target flow rate from the server device to eac ...


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Allen Arthur: Method for connection acceptance control and optimal multimedia content delivery over networks. Burst Com, February 20, 2002: EP1180875-A1

A method for bandwidth allocation for delivery of multimedia data from server to one or more clients over a network is described. The method comprises the steps of: determining the maximum flow rate and minimum flow rate for each client, determining the flow rate range for each client as given by th ...


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Allen Arthur Douglas: Method for connection acceptance control and rapid determination of optimal multi-media content delivery over networks. Burst Com, March 31, 2004: EP1402690-A2

A method of bandwidth allocation for delivery of stored digital content from at least one server device to at least one client device by way of a network is disclosed. The method begins by prescribing a control variable which represents a target flow rate from the server device to each client device ...