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James A Shelton, Michael I Ingrassia Jr: Method for recording and reproducing the browsing activities of an individual web browser. NCR Corporation, James M Stover, July 9, 2002: US06418471 (238 worldwide citation)

A mechanism for recording browser activities performed at a first web browser and subsequently replaying the recorded browser activities at one or more web browsers. The browsing activities can be recorded together with time references corresponding to various browsing activities such as when a web ...


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Timothy W Gentry, Gerald J Fredin, Daniel A Riedl: Method for partitioning disk drives within a physical disk array and selectively assigning disk drive partitions into a logical disk array. AT&T Global Information Solutions Company, Hyundai Electronics America, Symbios Logic, Wayne P Bailey, James M Stover, October 22, 1996: US05568629 (235 worldwide citation)

A method for partitioning a disk array into logical storage units distinct from the physical storage units within the array. A set of individual drives within the array are partitioned into multiple partitions. Corresponding partitions from the individual drives are grouped together to form a logica ...


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Robert W Fish, Lawrence J Schroeder: File system for a clustered processing system. NCR Corporation, James M Stover, October 27, 1998: US05828876 (198 worldwide citation)

An improved file system for managing data storage and retrieval in a clustered UNIX computer system including a plurality of processing nodes and an interconnection network connecting the processing nodes. The improved file system includes a data storage device, such as a disk storage unit, connecte ...


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Alexander R Kenneth, Munther S Mahsoub: Multiple standard smart card reader. AT&T Global Information Solutions Company, James M Stover, January 14, 1997: US05594233 (175 worldwide citation)

A card reader (16) having a single entry slot (18) for cards (2), and an electronic control means (35) for controlling the operation of the reader (16). The reader (16) further includes a smart card reading section (26) incorporating a plurality of terminals (34,38,36) respectively adapted to read c ...


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Wilhelmus J M Diepstraten: Wireless local area network system. NCR Corporation, James M Stover, August 16, 1994: US05339316 (173 worldwide citation)

A local area network system includes a wired backbone LAN (12) and at least one wireless LAN (14) cooperating with the backbone LAN (12) via an access point (22), which has a bridging function. When a source station (30) in the wireless LAN (14) transmits a packet to another station in the wireless ...


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Gary E Watson: Distributed world wide web servers. NCR Corporation, James M Stover, April 24, 2001: US06223209 (160 worldwide citation)

A method for providing information stored on a primary network server to clients linked to the server through a distributed hypertext Internet or intranet network wherein stored information is contained in hypertext documents or “web” pages. One or more satellite servers, each containing a copy of t ...


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Thomas S Robinson, David E Dieska, Carol A Hebert Robinson: Power failure detection and shut down timer. NCR Corporation, James M Stover, May 24, 1994: US05315161 (159 worldwide citation)

A system and method for providing power from a source of stored electrical energy to a microcomputer for a user established "ride-through" period of time after a disruption in the primary power supply for the microcomputer. If the primary power supply is not restored within the ride-through time per ...


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Jerome A Otto, Dennis J Seitz: Automated monitoring of activity of shoppers in a market. NCR Corporation, James M Stover, NCR Corporation, December 9, 2003: US06659344 (143 worldwide citation)

A system for gathering data on behavior of shoppers in a retail market. A scanner is attached to a shopping basket, and detects (1) removal of an item from a shelf, (2) the identity of the removed item, (3) insertion of an item into a shopping basket, which may be the identical item removed from the ...


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Ranjan Dasgupta: Dynamic hashing method for optimal distribution of locks within a clustered system. NCR Corporation, James M Stover, March 18, 1997: US05612865 (133 worldwide citation)

A method for redistributing the mastership of system resources among the processing nodes within the clustered computer system following a change in the system configuration, such as the failure of a processing node or the return to service of a failed processing node. The method includes the steps ...


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Steven R McDowell: Asynchronous write queues, reconstruction and check-pointing in disk-mirroring applications. NCR Corporation, James M Stover, July 10, 2001: US06260125 (125 worldwide citation)

An asynchronous disk mirroring system for use within a network computer system. The disk mirroring system includes a first storage volume connected to receive write requests from the computer system; a write queue connected to also receive the write requests directed to the first storage volume; and ...