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Kevin A Gibbs: Method and system for URL autocompletion using ranked results. Google, Morgan Lewis & Bockius, March 3, 2009: US07499940 (88 worldwide citation)

A set of ordered predicted completion strings are presented to a user as the user enters text in a text entry box (e.g., a browser or a toolbar). The predicted completion strings can be in the form of URLs or query strings. The ordering may be based on any number of factors (e.g., a query's frequenc ...


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Kevin A Gibbs: Method and system for URL autocompletion using ranked results. Google, Morgan Lewis & Bockius, September 18, 2012: US08271546 (72 worldwide citation)

A set of ordered predicted completion strings are presented to a user as the user enters text in a text entry box (e.g., a browser or a toolbar). The predicted completion strings can be in the form of URLs or query strings. The ordering may be based on any number of factors (e.g., a query's frequenc ...


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Kevin A Gibbs, Sepandar D Kamvar, Taher H Haveliwala, Glen M Jeh: Method and system for autocompletion using ranked results. Google, Morgan Lewis & Bockius, February 3, 2009: US07487145 (57 worldwide citation)

A set of ordered predicted completion strings are presented to a user as the user enters text in a text entry box (e.g., a browser or a toolbar). The predicted completion strings can be in the form of URLs or query strings. The ordering may be based on any number of factors (e.g., a query's frequenc ...


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Kevin A Gibbs: Method and system for URL autocompletion using ranked results. Google, Morgan Lewis & Bockius, September 27, 2011: US08027974 (20 worldwide citation)

A set of ordered predicted completion strings are presented to a user as the user enters text in a text entry box (e.g., a browser or a toolbar). The predicted completion strings can be in the form of URLs or query strings. The ordering may be based on any number of factors (e.g., a query's frequenc ...


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Jun Yang, Mark E Stahl, Kevin A Gibbs: Cross-domain communication. Google, Fish & Richardson P C, July 12, 2011: US07979791 (19 worldwide citation)

The subject matter of this specification can be embodied in, among other things, a method that includes generating, within a web-accessible document, a parent container document associated with a first Internet domain and one or more child container documents within the parent container document and ...


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Kenneth Ashcraft, Jon P McAlister, Kevin A Gibbs, Ryan C Barrett: Application server scalability through runtime restrictions enforcement in a distributed application execution system. Google, Morgan Lewis & Bockius, August 23, 2011: US08005950 (10 worldwide citation)

In an application execution system having a plurality of application servers, each application server includes non-volatile storage for storing a plurality of applications, volatile storage and computational resources for executing applications in response to requests received by the application exe ...


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Kevin A Gibbs, Sepandar D Kamvar, Taher H Haveliwala, Glen M Jeh: Method and system for autocompletion using ranked results. GOOGLE, Morgan Lewis & Bockius, July 14, 2015: US09081851 (4 worldwide citation)

A set of ordered predicted completion strings are presented to a user as the user enters text in a text entry box (e.g., a browser or a toolbar). The predicted completion strings can be in the form of URLs or query strings. The ordering may be based on any number of factors (e.g., a query's frequenc ...


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Kevin A Gibbs, Sepandar D Karnvar, Taher H Haveliwala, Glen M Jeh: Displaying autocompletion of partial search query with predicted search results. Google, Morgan Lewis & Bockius, August 20, 2013: US08515954 (4 worldwide citation)

A set of ordered predicted completion strings are presented to a user as the user enters text in a text entry box (e.g., a browser or a toolbar). The predicted completion strings can be in the form of URLs or query strings. The ordering may be based on any number of factors (e.g., a query's frequenc ...


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Kenneth Ashcraft, Jon P McAlister, Kevin A Gibbs, Ryan Barrett: Efficient application hosting in a distributed application execution system. Google, Morgan Lewis & Bockius, January 25, 2011: US07877482 (4 worldwide citation)

In a distributed application execution system having an application master and a plurality of application servers, each application server includes one or more processors and memory storing one or more programs. The one of more programs include instructions for storing in non-volatile storage a plur ...


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Kenneth Ashcraft, Jon P McAlister, Kevin A Gibbs, Ryan C Barrett: Application server scalability through runtime restrictions enforcement in a distributed application execution system. Google, Morgan Lewis & Bockius, June 5, 2012: US08195798 (2 worldwide citation)

In an application execution system having a plurality of application servers, each application server stores a plurality of applications, and has computational resources for executing applications in response to received requests. Each application server also includes instructions for loading a resp ...



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