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Laurent Mouton, Nicholas R Waggoner, Nicolas J Brun, Michael A Nelte, Hilal Shaath: Predictive tiling. Microsoft Technology Licensing, Sunah Lee, Kate Drakos, Micky Minhas, July 5, 2016: US09383917 (9 worldwide citation)

This document describes techniques and apparatuses for predictive tiling. These techniques predict tiles of content to pre-render so that an application will be ready to render content quickly in response to a user manipulation. By so doing, these techniques enable fast manipulation of content witho ...


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Rebecca Deutsch, Bonny P Lau, Holger Kuehnle, Nicholas R Waggoner, Ross N Luengen, Michael A Nelte: Content-based snap point. Microsoft Technology Licensing, Micky Minhas, August 23, 2016: US09423951 (8 worldwide citation)

This document describes content-based snap points and techniques that use these snap points. In some embodiments, multiple content-based snap points are used to stop at points in content that are convenient, prevent overshooting of important parts in the content, and/or aid user's in manipulating an ...


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Chandresh K Jain, Mayank Mehta, Frank D Byrum, Edward Banti, Ayse Yesim Koman, James R Knibb, Michael A Nelte, Christopher Barnes, Hao Zhang, Victor Boctor, Tejas D Patel, Yuhui Zhong, Gregory Kostal, Vladimir Yarmolenko, Pankaj M Kamat, Amit K Fulay, Krassimir E Karamfilov: Business to business secure mail. Microsoft Corporation, Merchant & Gould P C, May 21, 2013: US08447976 (5 worldwide citation)

Business to business secure mail may be provided. Consistent with embodiments of the invention, a protected message may be received. The recipient may request a token from a trust broker, submit the token to an authorization server associated with the sender, receive a user license from the authoriz ...


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Paul J Kwiatkowski, Shawn A Van Ness, Nicolas Brun, Michael A Nelte, Arpit S Shah, Paul A Gusmorino: Change notifications from an updated data representation. Microsoft Technology Licensing, Jim Banowsky, Kate Drakos, Micky Minhas, March 17, 2015: US08983907 (1 worldwide citation)

An original representation of an original set of data in a data source can be provided, and an updated representation of an updated set of data in the data source can be received. A change notification set that includes change notifications can be generated by comparing the updated representation wi ...


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Paul J Kwiatkowski, Shawn A Van Ness, Nicolas Brun, Michael A Nelte, Arpit S Shah, Paul A Gusmorino: Data items manager. Microsoft Technology Licensing, Kevin Sullivan, Kate Drakos, Micky Minhas, June 30, 2015: US09069829

An items manager can request and receive data items from a data source via a data source adapter. The items manager can also maintain a list of data representation items representing data items. The data representation items can include user interface elements. Also, maintaining the list can include ...


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Paul J Kwiatkowski, Shawn A Van Ness, Nicolas Brun, Michael A Nelte, Arpit S Shah, Paul A Gusmorino: Optimistic application of data edits. Microsoft Corporation, Tony Azure, Micky Minhas, September 16, 2014: US08838533

A data representation that represents source data at a data source can be maintained. A request to perform an edit can be received from a client, and a request to make the edit to the source data can be sent to the data source. The edit can be optimistically applied to the data representation. Addit ...


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Paul J Kwiatkowski, Shawn A Van Ness, Nicolas Brun, Michael A Nelte, Arpit S Shah, Paul A Gusmorino: Placeholders returned for data representation items. Microsoft Corporation, Carole Boelitz, Micky Minhas, March 4, 2014: US08666997

One or more requests from a client for data representation items can be received by an items manager. The data representation items can represent data items in a data source. In response, the items manager can perform the following: generating placeholders corresponding to the data representation it ...


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Aleksandar Uzelac, David Abzarian, Silvano Bonacina, Changsin Lee, Alan W Stephenson, Michael A Nelte, Uros Batricevic: Interaction device corrective parameters. MICROSOFT TECHNOLOGY LICENSING, Jacob P Rohwer, Newport IP, May 9, 2017: US09644957

The techniques described herein are directed to receiving parameters directed to correcting spatial error and/or jitter associated with an interaction device connected to a computing device. In some instances, the parameters are encrypted parameters that may be decrypted and consumed to correct the ...


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Edward T Banti, Steven O Hubbell, Mayerber L Carvalho Neto, Chandresh K Jain, Mayank Mehta, Durlabh Malik, Christopher Barnes, Michael A Nelte, Frank D Byrum, Tejas D Patel, Yuhui Zhong, Amit K Fulay, Gregory Kostal, Pankaj M Kamat, Vladimir Yarmolenko: Web-Based Client for Creating and Accessing Protected Content. Microsoft Corporation, Merchant & Gould, December 9, 2010: US20100313276-A1

A web-based client for creating and accessing protected content may be provided. Consistent with embodiments of the invention, a webmail client may be provided allowing a user to apply a restriction template to a document. The webmail client may be further operative to decrypt and display the docume ...


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Chandresh K Jain, Mayank Mehta, Frank D Byrum, Edward Banti, Ayse Yesim Koman, James R Knibb, Michael A Nelte, Christopher Barnes, Hao Zhang, Victor Boctor, Tejas D Patel, Yuhui Zhong, Gregory Kostal, Vladimir Yarmolenko, Pankaj M Kamat, Amit K Fulay, Krassimir E Karamfilov: Business To Business Secure Mail. Microsoft Corporation, Merchant & Gould, December 2, 2010: US20100306535-A1

Business to business secure mail may be provided. Consistent with embodiments of the invention, a protected message may be received. The recipient may request a token from a trust broker, submit the token to an authorization server associated with the sender, receive a user license from the authoriz ...