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Sundar Kadayam, Gregory J Bishop, William A Miller, Viral Vora: System and method for retrieving and organizing information from disparate computer network information sources. Business Objects Americas, Cooley Godward Kronish, July 28, 2009: US07567953 (60 worldwide citation)

A system and method is provided for accessing information from a plurality of searchable information sources. The method includes the steps of: analyzing a user search query to determine a subject matter of the query; and selecting a sub-set of information from the plurality of information sources b ...


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Chris Connaughton: System and method of analyzing an HTML document for changes such that the changed areas can be displayed with the original formatting intact. Business Objects Americas, Cooley Godward Kronish, February 9, 2010: US07661062 (6 worldwide citation)

The invention is a computer-based method for analyzing two versions of an HTML document that identifies new or changed areas of the document while preserving the original textual formatting, including embedded graphics. An HTML document is scanned and the information organized into groupings of HTML ...


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Yozo Hida, John O Lamping, Ramana B Rao: Tree visualization system and method based upon a compressed half-plane model of hyperbolic geometry. Business Objects Americas, Cooley Godward Kronish, November 17, 2009: US07620913 (6 worldwide citation)

A node-link structure is displayed within a display area having a narrow rectangular shape with an edge along one side acting as a horizon of a hyperbolic space half-plane. Lower level node features that share a parent node feature have centers of area positioned on the display in order along a line ...


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Swapnil Hajela, Nareshkumar Rajkumar: Processor for fast phrase searching. Business Objects Americas, Cooley Godward Kronish, March 31, 2009: US07512596 (5 worldwide citation)

Phrases in a corpus of documents including stopwords are found using a data processor arranged to execute phrase queries. Memory stores an index structure which maps entries in the index structure to documents in the corpus. Entries in the index structure represent words and other entries represent ...


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Santiago E Becerra Jr: Method and system for creating graphical and interactive representations of input and output data. Business Objects Americas, Cooley Godward Kronish, January 19, 2010: US07650576 (4 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a method and tool which allows users to create interactive representations of input and output data, and simulate the associated algorithms used to manipulate this data, that are used in spreadsheet applications and other similar software programs. The interactive simulation ...


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Ramana B Rao, Swapnil Hajela, Nareshkumar Rajkumar: Processor for fast contextual searching. Business Objects Americas, Cooley Godward Kronish, April 7, 2009: US07516125 (4 worldwide citation)

Words having selected characteristics in a corpus of documents are found using a data processor arranged to execute queries. Memory stores an index structure in which entries in the index structure map words and marks for words having the selected characteristics to locations within documents in the ...


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Iain C Stemp: Apparatus and method for selecting cluster points for a clustering analysis. Business Objects Americas, Cooley Godward, April 19, 2005: US06882998 (2 worldwide citation)

A method of clustering data includes choosing an initial cluster point and proximate data points from a set of data points. A revised data set is defined that excludes the initial cluster point and the proximate data points. A cluster point relatively far from the selected cluster point is selected. ...


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Nachnani Pawan, Huang Jin, Kagoo Ramesh, Thasampalayam Sampath, Lindsey Lawrence, Tabet Paul M: Browser based designer and player. Nsite Software, Business Objects Americas, July 2, 2008: EP1938222-A2

A system for designing, deploying, and executing enterprise applications is provided. The system allows for rapid development and deployment of Web-based data-oriented applications. Multiple versions of the applications can exist simultaneously without conflicts. The applications may be web services ...


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