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Richard S Chernock, Paolo Dettori, Frank A Schaffa, David I Seidman: Efficient method for rule-based distribution and management of content in a distributed hierarchy of storage devices. International Business Machines Corporation, Douglas W Cameron, Anne V Dougherty, August 3, 2004: US06772209 (145 worldwide citation)

For a network with a distributed hierarchical broadcast architecture, a method for efficiently and reliably distributing data content and remotely managing the storage of content. Both the distribution and the storage management methods are rule-based, utilizing network resources in an efficient man ...


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Paul Chang, Gary S Delp, Hanafy E Meleis, Rafael M Montalvo, David I Seidman, Ahmed N Tantawy, Dominick A Zumbo: Generic high bandwidth adapter having data packet memory configured in three level hierarchy for temporary storage of variable length data packets. International Business Machines Corporation, Scully Scott Murphy & Presser, November 22, 1994: US05367643 (135 worldwide citation)

A generic high bandwidth adapter providing a unified architecture for data communications between buses, channels, processors, switch fabrics and/or communication networks. Data is carried by data stream packets of variable lengths, and each packet includes a header control information portion requi ...


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Paul Chang, Gary S Delp, Hanafy E S Meleis, Rafael M Montalvo, David I Seidman, Ahmed N E D Tantawy, Dominick A Zumbo: Generic high bandwidth adapter providing data communications between diverse communication networks and computer system. IBM Corporation, Scully Scott Murphy and Presser, May 27, 1997: US05634015 (115 worldwide citation)

A generic high bandwidth adapter providing a unified architecture for data communications between buses, channels, processors, switch fabrics and/or communication networks. Data is carried by data stream packets of variable lengths, and each packet includes a header control information portion requi ...


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Richard S Chernock, Paolo Dettori, Frank A Schaffa, David I Seidman: System for integrating personalized data with visual content. International Business Machines Corporation, Thu Ann Dang Ryan Mason & Lewis, October 19, 2004: US06806887 (61 worldwide citation)

A personalized data delivery system for dynamically integrating viewer-specified data with visual content includes an input port for receiving a visual content signal, an output port for displaying enhanced visual content on a display, and an interface operatively coupled to the input and output por ...


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William H Beckmann, Steven W Depp, Jurij R Paraszczak, Frank A Schaffa, David I Seidman: Data distribution system using coordinated analog and digital streams. International Business Machines Corporation, Thu Ann Dang Esq, Scully Scott Murphy & Presser, January 6, 2004: US06675388 (42 worldwide citation)

The present invention uses multiple broadcast television channels to distribute high volume of data to a client device from a server. Multiple analog channels are broadcast, at least one of which contains video/audio programs and control data inserted into the analog signal's VBI; and at least ...


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Olivier Casile, Richard S Chernock, Paolo Dettori, Frank A Schaffa, David I Seidman: System and method for the coordination of short-term cyclic data and ephemeral content in a broadcast stream. International Business Machines Corporation, Anne Vachon Dougherty, July 19, 2011: US07984473 (35 worldwide citation)

A system and method allowing a broadcaster to deliver short-term cyclic data along with the main content of the broadcast stream, synchronized with that main content, and for allowing users to have access to that information for longer periods than a typical data broadcast system would allow. Additi ...


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Piotr Findeisen, Yanhua Li, Joseph A Coha, David I Seidman: Identifying sources of memory retention. Hewlett Packard Development Company, July 27, 2010: US07765528 (8 worldwide citation)

One embodiment relates to a method for identifying sources of memory retention in an executing application. A size of a set of objects is tracked over multiple periods. A period is determined to be a growth period if the size for the set of objects increases above a previous maximum size, and the nu ...


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David I Seidman: Customizing soundtracks. International Business Machines Corporation, Scully Scott Murphy & Presser P C, Daniel P Morris Esq, July 5, 2011: US07974717

A system and method for replacing all or part of the original audio of a digital program with other audio enables a user to customize a digital program soundtrack. The method includes receiving the audio portion of the digital program as an audio data stream including multiplexed associated audio an ...


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Piotr Findeisen, Yanhua Li, Joseph A Coha, David I Seidman: Identifying sources of memory retention. Hewlett Packard Company, March 22, 2007: US20070067758-A1

One embodiment relates to a method for identifying sources of memory retention in an executing application. A size of a set of objects is tracked over multiple periods. A period is determined to be a growth period if the size for the set of objects increases above a previous maximum size, and the nu ...


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Richard S Clernock, Paolo Dettori, Frank A Shaffa, David I Seidman: System for integrating personalized data with visual content. International Business Machines Corporation, Ryan Mason & Lewis, November 21, 2002: US20020171670-A1

A personalized data delivery system for dynamically integrating viewer-specified data with visual content includes an input port for receiving a visual content signal, an output port for displaying enhanced visual content on a display screen, and an interface operatively coupled to the input port an ...