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Mark Hill: Methods, apparatuses and systems facilitating analysis of the performance of network traffic classification configurations. Packeteer, Mark J Spolyar, November 6, 2007: US07292531 (122 worldwide citation)

Methods apparatuses and systems allowing for an examination of the runtime performance and efficiency of traffic classification configuration associated with bandwidth management and other network devices including network traffic classification functionality. Embodiments of the present invention ar ...


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Guy Riddle, Robert L Packer, Mark Hill: Method for automatically classifying traffic with enhanced hierarchy in a packet communications network. Packeteer, Kenneth R Allen, Townsend and Townsend and Crew, July 8, 2003: US06591299 (99 worldwide citation)

In packet communication, a method for automatically classifying packet flows for use in allocating bandwidth resources and the like by a rule of assignment of a service level. By rendering discoverable the attributes of a flow specification for packet flows, a finer grained hierarchy of classificati ...


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Mark Hill, Brett Galloway, Anne Cesa Klein: Method and system for controlling network traffic within the same connection with different packet tags by varying the policies applied to a connection. Packeteer, Baker Botts L, December 11, 2012: US08331223 (72 worldwide citation)

A method and system for controlling network traffic with different tags within the same connection by applying policies for each tag are disclosed. A method is disclosed in which incoming traffic is received. A traffic class is assigned to the traffic class. Outgoing traffic is controlled based on t ...


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Mark Hill, Guy Riddle, Robert E Purvy: Methods, apparatuses, and systems allowing for bandwidth management schemes responsive to utilization characteristics associated with individual users. Packeteer, Mark J Spolyar, November 13, 2007: US07296288 (58 worldwide citation)

Methods, apparatuses and systems allowing for bandwidth management schemes responsive to utilization characteristics associated with individual users. In one embodiment, the present invention allows network administrators to penalize users who carry out specific questionable or suspicious activities ...


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Weng Chin Yung, Mark Hill, Anne Cesa Klein: Heuristic behavior pattern matching of data flows in enhanced network traffic classification. Packeteer, Baker Botts L, February 16, 2010: US07664048 (47 worldwide citation)

Methods, apparatuses and systems facilitating enhanced classification of network traffic that extends beyond analysis of explicitly presented packet attributes and holistically analyzes data flows, and in some implementations, related data flows against known application behavior patterns to classif ...


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Mark Morelli, Luiz Canizo, Mark Hill, Gayatri Chaturvedi: Method for wireless data exchange for control of structural appliances such as heating, ventilation, refrigeration, and air conditioning systems. Carrier Corporation, Bachman & LaPointe P C, October 14, 2008: US07437150 (43 worldwide citation)

A method for remote control of structural appliances includes the steps of communicating a structural appliance with a server programmed to accept mobile device commands; communicating a mobile device with the server; issuing the mobile device commands from the mobile device to the server; convertin ...


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James Wei Ching Kao, Mark Hill, Jeffrey G Ichnowski, David Tze Si Wu: Database forms with attached audit history. Vita Systems, Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, May 30, 2000: US06070177 (31 worldwide citation)

A system for associating an audit history with a database form is disclosed. In one embodiment of the present invention, a database document is displayed on a first portion of a display on network client computer. An audit history is displayed on a second portion of the display. The audit history co ...


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Mark Hill, Hendrick Jan Agterkamp, Andrew Sturges: Generation of a system model. STMicroelectronics, James H Morris, Robert A Skrivanek Jr, Wolf Greenfield & Sacks P C, August 20, 2002: US06438514 (21 worldwide citation)

A computer is operated to generate electronic data defining a system model by loading into the computer a class definition defining instructions which are processed by the system, the definition including a set of functional methods to which the instruction is subjected by the system and a set of lo ...


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Keith Lunstra, Mark Hill: Carton with integral discrete compartment. Bell Paper Box, September 19, 2000: US06119930 (19 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed to a carton for co-packaging two distinct food substances, in two distinct cavities. This is accomplished by means of a single blank of paperboard which is creased, folded and glued so as to form one major cavity and one minor cavity, said minor cavity being an inte ...


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Rod Welty, Joe Trybulec, Mark Hill, Dana Daniels: Convertible shoe box and display platform. Wal Mart Stores, October 23, 2001: US06305533 (12 worldwide citation)

A convertible shoe box and display platform has assembled and disassembled configurations for storing and displaying a pair of shoes. Such box assembly includes a first, container portion, a second, lid portion adapted to cover the container portion, and thereby enclose the pair of shoes within the ...