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Henrik F Nielsen, John P Shewchuk, Erik B Christensen, Alfred M Lee, Christian Huitema, James M Lyon, Mark H Lukovsky, Andrew J Layman, Satish R Thatte, Christopher Kaler: Routing of network messages. Microsoft Corporation, Shook Hardy & Bacon L, August 16, 2011: US08001189 (40 worldwide citation)

A routing protocol is provided for exchanging messages between an initial sender and an ultimate receiver, potentially via a set of intermediaries. The routing protocol provides an optional reverse message path that enables two-way message exchange patterns. The routing protocol can be expressed as ...


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Henrik F Nielsen, John P Shewchuk, Erik B Christensen, Alfred M Lee, Christian Huitema, James M Lyon, Mark H Lukovsky, Andrew J Layman, Satish R Thatte, Christopher Kaler: Routing of network messages. Microsoft Corporation, Banner & Witcoff Attorneys For Microsoft, April 17, 2003: US20030074413-A1

A routing protocol is provided for exchanging messages between an initial sender and an ultimate receiver, potentially via a set of intermediaries. The routing protocol provides an optional reverse message path that enables two-way message exchange patterns. The routing protocol can be expressed as ...


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Paul J Leach, Chris Kaler, Ferhan Elvanoglu, Mark H Lukovsky, Shaun Douglas Pierce: Using state information in a distributed environment. Microsoft Corporation, Workman Nydegger & Seeley, September 26, 2002: US20020138566-A1

Processing a response to a network request using information that was transplanted into the response from a specific portion of the request. A requesting computer system generates an electronic request that includes the specific portion. The requesting computer system then submits the request to a r ...