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Petersen Karin, Dourish James P, Edwards Warren K, Lamarca Anthony G, Lamping John O, Salisbury Michael P, Terry Douglas B, Thornton James D: Active properties for dynamic system configuration. Xerox, March 15, 2000: EP0986011-A2 (52 worldwide citation)

A document management system is provided which organizes, stores and retrieves documents according to properties attached to the documents. A property attachment mechanism allows a user to attach arbitrary static and active properties to a document. The active properties include executable code whic ...


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Petersen Karin, Dourish James P, Edwards Warren K, Lamarca Anthony G, Lamping John O, Salisbury Michael P, Terry Douglas B, Thornton James D: Self-contained documents management based on document properties. Xerox, March 15, 2000: EP0986010-A2 (9 worldwide citation)

A document management system is provided which organizes, stores and retrieves documents in accordance with document properties. A property attachment mechanism allows a user to define and attach static properties and/or active properties to a document. The active properties include executable code ...


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Petersen Karin, Dourish James P, Edwards Warren K, Lamarca Anthony G, Lamping John O, Salisbury Michael P, Terry Douglas B, Thornton James D: Property-based user level document management. Xerox, May 24, 2000: EP1003110-A2 (8 worldwide citation)

A user-level controlled mechanism is interposed into a read/write path of a computer system. The mechanism can be implemented as properties attached to documents. Documents having properties attached thereto have the capability of separating the content of the document from the properties which desc ...


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Petersen Karin, Dourish James P, Edwards Warren K, Lamarca Anthony G, Lamping John O, Salisbury Michael P, Terry Douglas B, Thornton James D: Service interaction using properties attached to documents. Xerox, March 22, 2000: EP0987636-A2 (8 worldwide citation)

A document management system is provided which organizes, stores and retrieves documents according to properties attached to the documents. A property attachment mechanism allows a user to attach arbitrary static and active properties to a document. The active properties include executable code whic ...


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Petersen Karin, Dourish James P, Edwards Warren K, Lamarca Anthony G, Lamping John O, Salisbury Michael P, Terry Douglas B, Thornton James D: Extending application behavior through document properties. Xerox, March 15, 2000: EP0986009-A2 (5 worldwide citation)

A document management system is provided which organizes, stores and retrieves documents according to properties attached to the documents. A property attachment mechanism allows an application to attach arbitrary static and active properties to a document. The active properties include executable c ...


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Petersen Karin, Dourish James P, Edwards Warren K, Lamarca Anthony G, Lamping John O, Salisbury Michael P, Terry Douglas B, Thornton James D: User level accessing of low-level computer system operations. Xerox, March 15, 2000: EP0986012-A2 (4 worldwide citation)

A mechanism is provided which allows a user to enhance the functionalities of system operations in a computer system that were traditionally encapsulated within the computer system, and outside the control of the user. The user is provided with the ability to build arbitrary, extensible behaviors an ...


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Terry Douglas B, Theimer Marvin M, Demers Alan J, Petersen Karin, Spreitzer Michael J, Welch Brent B: Methodology for managing weakly consistent replicated databases. Xerox, June 12, 1996: EP0716382-A1 (4 worldwide citation)

Write operations for weakly consistent replicated database systems have embedded conflict detection and conflict resolution procedures for identifying and resolving, respectively conflicts between such write operations and the current state of any given instance of such a database. These write opera ...


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Terry Douglas B, Petersen Karin, Theimer Marvin M, Spreitzer Michael J, Demers Alan J, Welch Brent B: Application-specific conflict resolution for weakly consistent replicated databases. Xerox, June 12, 1996: EP0716384-A1 (3 worldwide citation)

Write operations for weakly consistent replicated database systems have embedded application-specific procedures that are invoked for resolving conflicts whenever it is found that the related write operation conflicts with the current state of a given instance of such a database.


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Terry Douglas B, Theimer Marvin M, Demers Alan J, Petersen Karin, Spreitzer Michael J, Welch Brent B: Application-specific conflict detection for weakly consistent replicated databases. Xerox, June 12, 1996: EP0716385-A1 (3 worldwide citation)

Write operations for weakly consistent replicated database systems have embedded dependency queries and related descriptions of the results expected to be returned when respective dependency queries are run against the databases. Write operations that conflict with the current state of any given ins ...


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Petersen Karin, Dourish James P, Edwards Warren K, Lamarca Anthony G, Lamping John O, Salisbury Michael P, Terry Douglas B, Thornton James D: Method and system for managing document. Xerox, March 31, 2000: JP2000-090076 (2 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a method and a system for managing user level document based on property. SOLUTION: A user level managing mechanism is inserted to the read/write route of a computer system. The mechanism is packaged as a property 44 added to a document B. The document B having the a ...