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David Alexander Dunlap, Tal Saraf, Nicholas J Maniscalco, Benjamin W S Redman, Martin Cornelis Frederik Slot, Bradley E Marshall: Opportunistic routing. Amazon Technologies, Novak Druce Connolly Bove Quigg, August 25, 2015: US09118680

When a client requests content from a Content Delivery Network (or other system), a first portion of the content is transmitted to the client from a source capable of providing high performance to that client. When the client has a sufficient amount of the content to perform its function, then addit ...


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David Ollason, Tal Saraf, Michelle Spina: User directed adaptation of spoken language grammer. Microsoft Corporation, Woodcock Washburn, October 16, 2008: US20080255835-A1

A method and system for interacting with a speech recognition system. A lattice of candidate words is displayed. The lattice of candidate words may include the output of a speech recognizer. Candidate words representing temporally serial utterances may be directly joined in the lattice. A path throu ...


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William F Barton, Francisco M Galanes, Lawrence M Ockene, Anand Ramakrishna, Tal Saraf: Communications Using Different Modalities. Microsoft Corporation, Woodcock Washburn, October 9, 2008: US20080249778-A1

Communications between users of different modalities are enabled by a single integrated platform that allows both the input of voice (from a telephone, for example) to be realized as text (such as an interactive text message) and allows the input of text (from the interactive text messaging applicat ...


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Tal Saraf, Gurdeep Singh Pall, Anand Ramakrishna: Pre-authenticated calling for voice applications. Microsoft Corporation, Microsoft Corporation, October 30, 2008: US20080271126-A1

Architecture for providing pre-authenticated information from an endpoint for subsequently authenticating a device and/or user associated with the previously-authenticated information. A pre-authentication module of the architecture can be a trust component as part of an application that facilitates ...


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William F Barton, Francisco M Galanes, Anand Ramakrishna, Tal Saraf: Incoming Call Classification And Disposition. Microsoft Corporation, Woodcock Washburn, October 9, 2008: US20080247529-A1

Incoming calls or other messages are automatically categorized and handled based on information gleaned from one or more of the following sources: user location (available contact modes, available contact devices), user-specified preferences, a dialog with the caller, and direct interaction with the ...


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William F Barton, Francisco M Galanes, Anand Ramakrishna, Vishwa Ranjan, Tal Saraf: Outgoing call classification and disposition. Microsoft Corporation, Woodcock Washburn, October 9, 2008: US20080247530-A1

An automated intelligent component (the Personal Virtual Assistant or PVA) is located between a caller and a callee. A caller calls the PVA and directs the PVA to make one or more calls to one or more call recipients. Based on the information obtained from a voice or text dialog with the caller and ...


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Stephen Frederick Potter, Tal Saraf, David Gareth Ollason, Steve Sung Nam Chang: Concept monitoring in spoken-word audio. Microsoft Corporation, Woodcock Washburn, December 25, 2008: US20080319750-A1

Monitoring a spoken-word audio stream for a relevant concept is disclosed. A speech recognition engine may recognize a plurality of words from the audio stream. Function words that do not indicate content may be removed from the plurality of words. A concept may be determined from at least one word ...


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David R Richardson, Bradley E Marshall, Swaminathan Sivasubramanian, Tal Saraf, Imran S Patel: Managing content delivery network service providers by a content broker. May 17, 2012: US20120124165-A1

A system, method, and computer readable medium for managing network storage provider and CDN service providers are provided. A content broker component obtains client computing device requests for content provided by a content provider. The content broker processes the client computing device reques ...


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David R Richardson, Bradley E Marshall, Swaminathan Sivasubramanian, Tal Saraf: Managing content delivery network service providers. Amazon Technologies, March 22, 2012: US20120072600-A1

A system, method, and computer readable medium for managing CDN service providers are provided. A network storage provider storing one or more resources on behalf of a content provider obtains client computing device requests for content. The network storage provider processes the client computing d ...


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David R Richardson, Bradley E Marshall, Swaminathan Sivasubramanian, Tal Saraf: Managing content delivery network service providers. November 29, 2012: US20120303819-A1

A system, method, and computer readable medium for managing CDN service providers are provided. A network storage provider storing one or more resources on behalf of a content provider obtains client computing device requests for content. The network storage provider processes the client computing d ...



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