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Abdelsalam A Heddaya, Sulaiman A Mirdad, David J Yates, Ian C Yates: Protocol for distributing fresh content among networked cache servers. InfoLibria, Hamilton Brook Smith & Reynolds P C, March 20, 2001: US06205481 (156 worldwide citation)

A technique for automatic, transparent, distributed, scalable and robust replication of document copies in a computer network wherein request messages for a particular document follow paths from the clients to a home server that form a routing graph. Client request messages are routed up the graph t ...


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Abdelsalam A Heddaya, Kevin T Lewis, Sulaiman A Mirdad, David J Yates, Ian C Yates: Extending network services using mobile agents. Certeon, Hamilton Brook Smith & Reynolds P C, September 16, 2003: US06622157 (132 worldwide citation)

A technique fulfills service requests in a system of computers that communicate as nodes within a network. The technique involves sending, in response to an initial service request that requests a service provided by a primary server node, a mobile agent from the primary server node to an intermedia ...


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Christopher J Nagel, William M Haney III, Ian C Yates: Method and apparatus for producing a product in a regenerator furnace from impure waste containing a non-gasifiable impurity. Molten Metal Technology, Hamilton Brook Smith & Reynolds P C, June 17, 1997: US05640709 (60 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and method for producing a product, such as hydrogen halide gas or sulfuric acid, in a regenerator furnace subsystem from a waste containing a non-gasifiable impurity. The method of the invention includes directing a waste, containing a non-gasifiable impurity into a reaction zone, cont ...


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Christopher J Nagel, William M Haney III, Ian C Yates: Method and apparatus for producing a product in a regenerator furnace from impure waste containing a non-gasifiable impurity. Molten Metal Technology, Hamilton Brook Smith & Reynolds PC, June 17, 1997: US05640706 (59 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and method for producing a product, such as hydrogen halide gas or sulfuric acid, in a regenerator furnace subsystem from a waste containing a non-gasifiable impurity. The method of the invention includes directing a waste, containing a non-gasifiable impurity into a reaction zone, cont ...


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Abdelsalam A Heddaya, Kevin T Lewis, Sulaiman A Mirdad, David J Yates, Ian C Yates: Extending network services using mobile agents. Certeon, Goodwin Procter, May 10, 2005: US06892218 (39 worldwide citation)

A technique fulfills service requests in a system of computers that communicate as nodes within a network. The technique involves sending, in response to an initial service request that requests a service provided by a primary server node, a mobile agent from the primary server node to an intermedia ...


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Abdelsalam A Heddaya, Kevin T Lewis, Sulaiman A Mirdad, David J Yates, Ian C Yates: Extending network services using mobile agents. Certeon, Hamilton Brook Smith & Reynolds PC, August 5, 2004: US20040153499-A1

A technique fulfills service requests in a system of computers that communicate as nodes within a network. The technique involves sending, in response to an initial service request that requests a service provided by a primary server node, a mobile agent from the primary server node to an intermedia ...