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James Robert Harold Challenger, Paul Michael Dantzig, Arun K Iyengar, Gerald A Spivak: Determining how changes to underlying data affect cached objects. International Business Machines Corporation, Kevin M Jordan, February 15, 2000: US06026413 (223 worldwide citation)

A determination can be made of how changes to underlying data affect the value of objects. Examples of applications include: caching dynamic Web pages; client-server applications whereby a server sending objects (which are changing all the time) to multiple clients can track which versions are sent ...


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James Robert Harold Challenger, Paul Michael Dantzig, Arun K Iyengar, Gerald A Spivak: Scaleable method for maintaining and making consistent updates to caches. International Business Machines Corporation, F Chau & Associates, April 10, 2001: US06216212 (122 worldwide citation)

A determination can be made of bow changes to underlying data affect the value of objects. Examples of applications are: caching dynamic Web pages; client-server applications whereby a server sending objects (which are changing all the time) to multiple clients can track which versions are sent to w ...


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James Robert Harold Challenger, Paul Michael Dantzig, Arun K Iyengar, Gerald A Spivak: Scaleable method for maintaining and making consistent updates to caches. International Business Machines Corporation, F Chau & Associates LL, July 3, 2001: US06256712 (111 worldwide citation)

A determination can be made of how changes to underlying data affect the value of objects. Examples of applications are: caching dynamic Web pages; client-server applications whereby a server sending objects (which are changing all the time) to multiple clients can track which versions are sent to w ...


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James R H Challenger, George Prentice Copeland, Paul Michael Dantzig, Arun Kwangil Iyengar, Matthew Dale McClain: Method and apparatus for managing internal caches and external caches in a data processing system. International Business Machines Corporation, Duke W Yee, David A Mims Jr, January 14, 2003: US06507891 (51 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus in a data processing system for caching data in an internal cache and in an external cache. A set of fragments is received for caching. A location is identified to store each fragment within the plurality of fragments based on a rate of change of data in each fragment. The set ...


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James R H Challenger, George Prentice Copeland, Paul Michael Dantzig, Arun Kwangil Iyengar, Matthew Dale McClain: Method and apparatus for managing internal caches and external caches in a data processing system. International Business Machines Corporation, Duke W Yee, David A Mims Jr, June 3, 2003: US06574715 (21 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus in a data processing system for caching data in an internal cache and in an external cache A set of fragments is received for caching. A location is identified to store each fragment within the plurality of fragments based on a rate of change of data in each fragment. The set ...


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Paul Michael Dantzig, Daniel Manuel Dias, Richard Pervin King: System and method for dynamically allocating processing on a network amongst multiple network servers. International Business Machines Corporation, June 8, 2010: US07734726 (8 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a method, apparatus, and computer implemented instructions for processing Web and other Internet or Intranet based services. The system for processing Web requests includes a Web server with a connection to the Internet or Intranet with a predefined network bandwidth, ...


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James RH Challenger, George Prentice Copeland, Paul Michael Dantzig, Arun Kwangil Iyengar, Matthew Dale McClain: Method and apparatus for managing internal caches and external caches in a data processing system. Duke W Yee, Carstens Yee & Cahoon, October 3, 2002: US20020143868-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus in a data processing system for caching data in an internal cache and in an external cache A set of fragments is received for caching. A location is identified to store each fragment within the plurality of fragments based on a rate of change of data in each fragment. The set ...


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James Robert Harold Challenger, Paul Michael Dantzig, Arun K Iyengar: Determining how changes to underlying data affect cached objects. International Business Machine, yu jing, April 14, 1999: CN98116759

A determination can be made of how changes to underlying data affect the value of objects. Examples of applications include: caching dynamic Web pages; client-server applications whereby a server sending objects(which are changing all the time)to multiple clients can track which versions are sent to ...