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Robert Filepp, Michael L Gordon, Alexander W Bidwell, Francis C Young, Allan M Wolf, Sam Meo, Duane Tiemann, Robert D Cohen, Mel Bellar, Kenneth H Appleman, Lawrence Abrahams, Michael J Silfen: Reception system for an interactive computer network and method of operation. Prodigy Services Company, Paul C Scifo, September 13, 1994: US05347632 (1071 worldwide citation)

An interactive computer system network enables a user to display desired information, such as news, financial and cultural information, and perform desired transactional services, such as banking and shopping, through any of a plurality of types of personal computers. User inputs are received by the ...


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Robert Filepp, Michael L Gordon, Alexander W Bidwell, Allan M Wolf, Francis C Young, Duane Tiemann, Kenneth H Appleman, Sam Meo: Method for storing data in an interactive computer network. Prodigy Services Company, Paul C Scifo, August 15, 1995: US05442771 (377 worldwide citation)

A method for storing data in an interactive computer network is described. In preferred form, the method features steps for establishing data stores of prescribed capacities within a network for delivering an interactive service. The stored data is used in presenting the applications that makeup the ...


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Robert Filepp, Michael L Gordon, Alexander W Bidwell, Francis C Young, Allan M Wolf, Sam Meo, Duane Tiemann, Lawrence Abrahams, Michael J Silfen, Aldo R Dalsass, Florence M Lee, Kenneth H Appleman: Interactive computer network and method of operation. IBM, Paul C Scifo, January 14, 1997: US05594910 (237 worldwide citation)

A distributed processing, interactive computer network and method of operation is described. The network is designed to provide very large numbers of simultaneous users access to large numbers of applications which feature interactive text/graphic sessions. The network includes one or more host comp ...


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Robert Filepp, Alexander W Bidwell, Francis C Young, Allan M Wolf, Duane Tiemann, Mel Bellar, Robert D Cohen, James A Galambos deceased, Kenneth H Appleman, Sam Meo: Method for presenting advertising in an interactive service. International Business Machines Corporation, Connolly Bove Lodge & Hutz, Douglas Lefeve, July 4, 2006: US07072849 (175 worldwide citation)

A method for presenting advertising in an interactive service provided on a computer network, the service featuring applications which include pre-created, interactive text/graphic sessions is described. The method features steps for presenting advertising concurrently with service applications at t ...


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Robert Filepp, Kenneth H Appleman, Alexander W Bidwell, Allan M Wolf, James A Galambos, Mel Bellar, Sam Meo: Method for locating application records in an interactive-services database. International Business Machines, Paul C Scifo Esq, February 27, 2001: US06195661 (144 worldwide citation)

A method for locating application records in an interactive-service database is described. The method features steps for creating multiple search tables which represent subsets of the database to be interrogated; for example the applications of an interactive service. In accord with the method, step ...


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Robert Filepp, Kenneth H Appleman, Alexander W Bidwell, Allan M Wolf, James A Galambos, Sam Meo: Method for presenting applications in an interactive service. International Business Machines Corporation, Paul C Scifo, August 18, 1998: US05796967 (130 worldwide citation)

A method for presenting applications in an interactive service featuring steps for generating screen displays of the service applications at the reception systems of the respective users. Steps are provided for generating the application displays as screens having a plurality of partitions, the part ...


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Robert Filepp, Michael L Gordon, Alexander W Bidwell, Francis C Young, Allan M Wolf, Sam Meo, Duane Tiemann, Lawrence Abrahams, Michael J Silfen, Aldo R Dalsass, Florence M Lee, Kenneth H Appleman: Interactive computer network and method of operation. International Business Machines, Paul C Seifo, May 26, 1998: US05758072 (75 worldwide citation)

A distributed processing, interactive computer network and method of operation is described. The network is designed to provide very large numbers of simultaneoususers access to large numbers of applications which feature interactive text/graphic sessions. The network includes one or more host compu ...


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Robert Filepp, Michael L Gordon, Alexander W Bidwell, Francis C Young, Allan M Wolf, Sam Meo, Duane Tiemann, Lawrence Abrahams, Michael J Silfen, Aldo R Dalsass, Florence M Lee, Kenneth H Appleman: Interactive computer network and method of operation. International Business Machines, Paul C Scifo Esq, March 6, 2001: US06199100 (61 worldwide citation)

A method is described for operating a distributed processing, interactive computer network. The network is intended to provide very large numbers of simultaneous users access to large numbers of applications which include pre-created, interactive text/graphic sessions. The network includes one or mo ...


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Robert Filepp, Michael L Gordon, Alexander W Bidwell, Francis C Young, Allan M Wolf, Sam Meo, Duane Tiemann, Lawrence Abrahams, Michael J Silfen, Aldo R Dalsass, Florence M Lee, Kenneth H Appleman: Interactive computer network and method of operation. IBM, Morgan & Finnegan, January 30, 2001: US06182123 (52 worldwide citation)

A distributed processing, interactive computer network and method of operation is described. The network is designed to provide very large numbers of simultaneous users access to large numbers of applications which feature interactive text/graphic sessions. The network includes one or more host comp ...


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Paul M Dantzig, Robert Filepp, Yew Huey Liu: System and method for generating and presenting multi-modal applications from intent-based markup scripts. International Business Machines Corporation, Frank V DeRosa, F Chau & Associates, March 28, 2006: US07020841 (45 worldwide citation)

Systems and methods are provided for rendering modality-independent scripts (e.g., intent-based markup scripts) in a multi-modal environment, whereby a user can interact with an application using a plurality of modalities (e.g., speech and GUI) with I/O events being automatically synchronized over t ...