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Barbara L Fox, Lester L Waters, Jeffrey F Spelman, Robert B Seidensticker, Matthew W Thomlinson: System and method for secure electronic commerce transactions. Microsoft Corporation, Lee & Hayes PLLC, August 4, 1998: US05790677 (708 worldwide citation)

An electronic commerce system facilitates secure electronic commerce transactions among multiple participants. Each electronic commerce transaction involves at least one commerce document defining the transaction and at least one commerce instrument defining a payment for the transaction. The electr ...


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Vinay Deo, Robert B Seidensticker, Daniel R Simon: Authentication system and method for smart card transactions. Microsoft Corporation, Lee & Hayes PLLC, February 24, 1998: US05721781 (695 worldwide citation)

An authentication system includes a portable information device, such as a smart card, that is configured to store and process multiple different applications. The smart card is assigned its own digital certificate which contains a digital signature from a trusted certifying authority and a unique p ...


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Barbara L Fox, Lester L Waters, Jeffrey F Spelman, Robert B Seidensticker, Matthew W Thomlinson: System and method for secure electronic commerce transaction. Visa International Service Association, Townsend and Townsend and Crew, May 6, 2003: US06560581 (349 worldwide citation)

An electronic commerce system facilitates secure electronic commerce transactions among multiple participants. Each electronic commerce transaction involves at least one commerce document defining the transaction and at least one commerce instrument defining a payment for the transaction. The electr ...


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Vinay Deo, Michael John O Leary, Robert B Seidensticker Jr: Flexible object notification. Microsoft Corporation, Ronald M Anderson, October 26, 1999: US05973612 (166 worldwide citation)

Alternative notification methods for a portable wireless receiver that is able to receive paging objects (i.e., data objects) in addition to conventional alphanumeric page messages. When a paging object is received, the user may be notified of the receipt of the paging object using a visual alert or ...


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Robert B Seidensticker Jr: Multiple resolution data display. Microsoft Corporation, Klarquist Sparkman Campbell Leigh & Whinston, July 6, 1999: US05920327 (99 worldwide citation)

A relatively large set of image data (e.g. 640.times.480) is mapped onto a relative smaller physical display device (e.g. 320.times.240) by one of a variety of techniques, usually characterized by display of a subset of the data at full resolution (i.e. 1:1). In some embodiments, the entire physical ...


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Chris E Tobey, Yung Ho Shih, Michael B Robin, Wesley O Rupel, Michael D Edwards, Terence R Spies, James C Bovee Jr, Robert B Seidensticker Jr, Mark R McCulley: Apparatus and method for controlling cursor movement. Microsoft Corporation, Seed and Berry, April 23, 1996: US05510811 (72 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and method for navigating through an application program on a computer coupled to a computer-controlled display screen. The user can control the cursor position on the computer-controlled display using simple controls. The invention may use a hand-held controller with a four direction c ...


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Vinay Deo, Robert B Seidensticker Jr, Michael J O&apos Leary: Time-triggered portable data objects. Microsoft Corporation, Lee & Hayes PLLC, March 12, 2002: US06356956 (67 worldwide citation)

The invention includes a time-triggered data object that is formulated at a host computer and transmitted to a PDA such as a personal electronic information manager that has data reception capabilities. The data object includes a specification of an action to be performed as well as a specification ...


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Vinay Deo, Michael John O&apos Leary, Robert B Seidensticker Jr: Application execution environment for a small device with partial program loading by a resident operating system. Microsoft Corporation, Ronald M Anderson, May 1, 2001: US06226665 (63 worldwide citation)

Small application programs called “applets” are defined by pseudo-code (p-code) instructions. Each applet is divided into software components that are executed by a processor, operating as a state machine. The applets are originally written in a high level programming language and then converted int ...


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Neil S Fishman, Robert B Seidensticker Jr: Fast serial data transmission using a CRT. Microsoft Corporation, Lee & Hayes PLLC, July 29, 1997: US05652602 (58 worldwide citation)

Disclosed herein is a system and method of serially transferring a sequence of data bits between a computer and a portable information device such as the Timex Data Link.TM. watch, using the CRT of the computer as a transmission medium. The computer is programmed to display sequential display frames ...


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Robert B Seidensticker Jr, Vinay Deo, Michael John O Leary: User interface for a portable data management device with limited size and processing capability. Microsoft Corporation, Ronald M Anderson, October 3, 2000: US06128012 (53 worldwide citation)

A user interface for a combination pager and personal information management (PIM) data device provides considerable versatility in accessing the data and in controlling how the data are displayed to the user. The user interface includes a display screen having only a few rows oil which lines of dat ...