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Patrick J Naughton, Charles H Clayton III, James A Gosling, Chris Warth, Joseph M Palrang, Edward H Frank, David A LaValle, R Michael Sheridan: Graphical user interface with method and apparatus for interfacing to remote devices. Sun Microsystems, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner, February 1, 2000: US06020881 (511 worldwide citation)

An intuitive graphical user interface is based upon a geographic map structure, and includes a system for controlling remote external electronic devices. In the defined graphical user interface, each Space of the geographic map structure is rendered on a touch screen display as a graphic image of a ...


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Edward H Frank, Patrick J Naughton, James Arthur Gosling, John C Liu: Method and apparatus for presenting information in a display system using transparent windows. Sun Microsystems, Irell & Manella, July 22, 1997: US05651107 (325 worldwide citation)

A central processing unit (CPU) is provided and is coupled to a display for displaying graphic and other data in multiple overlapping windows. The CPU is further coupled to one or more input devices which permits a user to selectively position a cursor and input and manipulate data within each of th ...


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Patrick J Naughton, Charles H Clanton III, James A Gosling, Chris Warth, Joseph M Palrang, Edward H Frank, David A LaValle, R Michael Sheridan: Method and apparatus for improved graphical user interface having anthropomorphic characters. Sun Microsystems, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner L, March 23, 1999: US05886697 (264 worldwide citation)

An intuitive graphical user interface is based upon a geographic map structure, and includes a system for controlling remote external electronic devices. In the defined graphical user interface, each space of the geographic map structure is rendered on a touch screen display as a graphic image of a ...


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Patrick J Naughton, Charles H Clanton III, James A Gosling, Chris Warth, Joseph M Palrang, Edward H Frank, David A La Valle, R Michael Sheridan: Graphical user interface for displaying and manipulating objects. Sun Microsystems, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner, February 5, 2002: US06344861 (209 worldwide citation)

An intuitive graphical user interface is based upon a geographic map structure, and includes a system for controlling remote external electronic devices. In the defined graphical user interface, each Space of the geographic map structure is rendered on a touch screen display as a graphic image of a ...


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Patrick J Naughton, Charles H Clanton III, James A Gosling, Chris Warth, Joseph M Palrang, Edward H Frank, David A LaVallee, R Michael Sheridan: Graphical user interface for displaying and manipulating objects. Sun Microsystems, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner L, December 12, 2000: US06160551 (183 worldwide citation)

An intuitive graphical user interface is based upon a geographic map structure, and includes a system for controlling remote external electronic devices. In the defined graphical user interface, each space of the geographic map structure is rendered on a touch screen display as a graphic image of a ...


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Patrick J Naughton, Charles H Clanton III, James A Gosling, Chris Warth, Joseph M Palrang, Edward H Frank, David A LaValle, R Michael Sheridan: Graphical user interface with method and apparatus for interfacing to remote devices. Sun Microsystems, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner L, November 28, 2000: US06154209 (131 worldwide citation)

An intuitive graphical user interface is based upon a geographic map structure, and includes a system for controlling remote external electronic devices. In the defined graphical user interface, each space of the geographic map structure is rendered on a touch screen display as a graphic image of a ...


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Patrick J Naughton, Charles H Clanton III, James A Gosling, Chris Warth, Joseph M Palrang, Edward H Frank, David A LaVallee, R Michael Sheridan, Jonathan Payne: Graphical user interface for displaying and navigating in a directed graph structure. Sun Microsystems, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner L, November 30, 1999: US05995106 (123 worldwide citation)

An intuitive graphical user interface is based upon a geographic map structure, and includes a system for controlling remote external electronic devices. In the defined graphical user interface, each space of the geographic map structure is rendered on a touch screen display as a graphic image of a ...


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Patrick J Naughton, Charles H Clanton III, James A Gosling, Chris Warth, Joseph M Palrang, Edward H Frank, David A LaVallee, R Michael Sheridan: Graphical user interface for displaying and navigating in a directed graph structure. Sun Microsystems, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner L, July 3, 2007: US07240289 (114 worldwide citation)

An intuitive graphical user interface is based upon a geographic map structure, and includes a system for controlling remote external electronic devices. In the defined graphical user interface, each space of the geographic map structure is rendered on a touch screen display as a graphic image of a ...


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Edward H Frank, Patrick J Naughton, James Arthur Gosling, John C Liu: Method and apparatus for presenting information in a display system using transparent windows. Sun Microsystems, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner L, May 7, 2002: US06384840 (64 worldwide citation)

A central processing unit (CPU) is provided and is coupled to a display for displaying graphic and other data in multiple overlapping windows. The CPU is further coupled to one or more input devices which permits a user to selectively position a cursor and input and manipulate data within each of th ...


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Edward H Frank, Patrick J Naughton, James Arthur Gosling, John C Liu: Method and apparatus for presenting information in a display system using transparent windows. Sun Microsystems, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner L, February 17, 2004: US06694486 (61 worldwide citation)

A central processing unit (CPU) is provided and is coupled to a display for displaying graphic and other data in multiple overlapping windows. The CPU is further coupled to one or more input devices which permits a user to selectively position a cursor and input and manipulate data within each of th ...