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William M Zintel, Amar S Gandhi, Ye Gu, Shyamalan Pather, Jeffrey C Schlimmer, Christopher M Rude, Daniel R Weisman, Donald R Ryan, Paul J Leach, Ting Cai, Holly N Knight, Peter S Ford: XML-based template language for devices and services. Microsoft Corporation, Lee & Hayes PLLC, June 21, 2005: US06910068 (197 worldwide citation)

A universal plug and play (UPnP) device makes itself known through a set of processes-discovery, description, control, eventing, and presentation. Following discovery of a UPnP device, an entity can learn more about the device and its capabilities by retrieving the device's description. The descript ...


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William Michael Zintel, Amar S Gandhi, Ye Gu, Paul J Leach, Ting Cai, Holly N Knight, Peter S Ford: XML-based language description for controlled devices. Microsoft Corporation, Klarquist Sparkman, October 31, 2006: US07130895 (129 worldwide citation)

A device control model provides an integrated set of addressing, naming, discovery and description processes that enables automatic, dynamic and ad-hoc self-setup by devices to interoperate with other devices on a network. This permits a computing device when introduced into a network to automatical ...


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Holly N Knight, Carl D Sutton, Wayne N Meretsky, Alan B Mimms: Method and apparatus for handling I/O requests utilizing separate programming interfaces to access separate I/O services. Apple Computer, Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, June 22, 1999: US05915131 (22 worldwide citation)

A computer system handling multiple applications wherein groups of I/O services are accessible through separate application programming interfaces. Each application has multiple application programming interfaces by which to access different families of I/O services, such as I/O devices.


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William M Zintel, Amar S Gandhi, Ye Gu, Shyamalan Pather, Jeffrey C Schlimmer, Christopher M Rude, Daniel R Weisman, Donald R Ryan, Paul J Leach, Ting Cai, Holly N Knight, Peter S Ford: XML-based template language for devices and services. Microsoft Corporation, Lee & Hayes PLLC, October 21, 2008: US07441019 (15 worldwide citation)

A universal plug and play (UPnP) device makes itself known through a set of processes—discovery, description, control, eventing, and presentation. Following discovery of a UPnP device, an entity can learn more about the device and its capabilities by retrieving the device's description. The descript ...


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William Michael Zintel, Amar S Gandhi, Ye Gu, Shyamalan Pather, Jeffrey C Schlimmer, Christopher M Rude, Daniel R Weisman, Donald R Ryan, Paul J Leach, Ting Cai, Holly N Knight, Peter S Ford: XML-based template language for devices and services. Microsoft Corporation, Lee & Hayes PLLC, October 14, 2008: US07437434 (14 worldwide citation)

A universal plug and play (UPnP) device makes itself known through a set of processes—discovery, description, control, eventing, and presentation. Following discovery of a UPnP device, an entity can learn more about the device and its capabilities by retrieving the device's description. The descript ...


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William M Zintel, Amar S Gandhi, Ye Gu, Shyamalan Pather, Jeffrey C Schlimmer, Christopher M Rude, Daniel R Weisman, Donald R Ryan, Paul J Leach, Ting Cai, Holly N Knight, Peter S Ford: XML-based template language for devices and services. Lee & Hayes Pllc, March 7, 2002: US20020029256-A1

A universal plug and play (UPnP) device makes itself known through a set of processes-discovery, description, control, eventing, and presentation. Following discovery of a UPnP device, an entity can learn more about the device and its capabilities by retrieving the device's description. The descript ...


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William Michael Zintel, Amar S Gandhi, Ye Gu, Paul J Leach, Ting Cai, Holly N Knight, Peter S Ford: XML-based language description for controlled devices. Lee & Hayes Pllc, March 21, 2002: US20020035621-A1

A device control model provides an integrated set of addressing, naming, discovery and description processes that enables automatic, dynamic and ad-hoc self-setup by devices to interoperate with other devices on a network. This permits a computing device when introduced into a network to automatical ...


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William M Zintel, Amar S Gandhi, Ye Gu, Shyamalan Pather, Jeffrey C Schlimmer, Christopher M Rude, Daniel R Weisman, Donald R Ryan, Paul J Leach, Ting Cai, Holly N Knight, Peter S Ford: XML-based template language for devices and services. Microsoft Corporation, Lee & Hayes Pllc, May 5, 2005: US20050097503-A1

A universal plug and play (UPnP) device makes itself known through a set of processes—discovery, description, control, eventing, and presentation. Following discovery of a UPnP device, an entity can learn more about the device and its capabilities by retrieving the device's description. The descript ...


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William M Zintel, Amar S Gandhi, Ye Gu, Shyamalan Pather, Jeffrey C Schlimmer, Christopher M Rude, Daniel R Weisman, Donald R Ryan, Paul J Leach, Ting Cai, Holly N Knight, Peter S Ford: XML-based template language for devices and services. Microsoft Corporation, Lee & Hayes Pllc, April 7, 2005: US20050074018-A1

A universal plug and play (UPnP) device makes itself known through a set of processes—discovery, description, control, eventing, and presentation. Following discovery of a UPnP device, an entity can learn more about the device and its capabilities by retrieving the device's description. The descript ...