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James A Reimer, Roger A Reinsch: System and method for providing merchant information and establishing links to merchants while presenting a movie. International Business Machines Corporation, Marilyn Smith Sterne Kessler Goldstein & Fox P L L C Dawkins Esquire, December 9, 1997: US05696905 (151 worldwide citation)

A system and method for providing on demand access to information related to a movie while the movie is being presented to a user, where the movie was generated from the movie related information, are described. The system operates by presenting the movie to the user, and then receiving from the use ...


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James A Reimer, Roger A Reinsch: Computer program product and program storage device for linking and presenting movies with their underlying source information. International Business Machine Corporation, Sterne Kessler Goldstein & Fox P L L C, September 24, 1996: US05559949 (135 worldwide citation)

A system and method for providing on demand access to information related to a movie while the movie is being presented to a user, where the movie was generated from the movie related information, are described. The system operates by presenting the movie to the user, and then receiving from the use ...


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James A Reimer, Roger A Reinsch: System and method for enabling the creation of personalized movie presentations and personalized movie collections. International Business Machine Corporation, David J Kappos Esq, Sterne Kessler Goldstein & Fox P L L C, September 3, 1996: US05553221 (133 worldwide citation)

A system and method for providing on demand access to information related to a movie while the movie is being presented to a user, where the movie was generated from the movie related information. The system operates by presenting the movie to the user, and then receiving from the user a query perta ...


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John G Adair, Daniel J Coyle Jr, Robert J Grafe, Bruce G Lindsay, Roger A Reinsch, Robert P Resch, Patricia G Selinger, Melvin R Zimowski: Heterogenous database communication system in which communicating systems identify themselves and convert any requests/responses into their own data format. International Business Machines Corporation, Baker Maxham Jester & Meador, May 16, 1995: US05416917 (120 worldwide citation)

The invention establishes the context in which data exchanged between dissimilar relational database management systems can be mutually understood and preserved, and data conversions can be minimized. The invention accomplishes this by establishing layers of descriptive information which isolate mac ...


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John G Adair, Richard A Demers, Dusan Ecimovic, Robert J Grafe, Robert D Jackson, Bruce G Lindsay, Michael E Murphy, Roger A Reinsch, Robert P Resch, Richard R Sanders, Patricia G Selinger, Robert L Sunday, Melvin R Zimowski: Query language execution on heterogeneous database servers using a bind-file bridge between application and database languages. International Business Machines Corporation, Baker Maxham Jester & Meador, October 26, 1993: US05257366 (116 worldwide citation)

Application programs which are developed and scheduled within a first computing system environment are permitted to access relational data registered at a remote database management system (DBMS) operating in a second computing environment dissimilar to the first computing environment. Access to dat ...


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James A Reimer, Roger A Reinsch: System and method for linking and presenting movies with their underlying source information. International Business Machines Corporation, David J Kappos Esq, Sterne Kessler Goldstein & Fox P L L C, January 21, 1997: US05596705 (116 worldwide citation)

A system and method for providing on demand access to information related to a movie while the movie is being presented to a user, where the movie was generated from the movie related information, are described. The system operates by presenting the movie to the user, and then receiving from the use ...


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Richard A Demers, Bruce G Lindsay, Roger A Reinsch, Melvin R Zimowski: Method and system for describing and exchanging data between heterogeneous database systems with data converted by the receiving database system. International Business Machines Corporation, Baker Maxham Jester & Meador, January 11, 1994: US05278978 (104 worldwide citation)

The invention establishes the context in which data exchanged between dissimilar relational database management systems can be mutually understood and preserved. The invention accomplishes this by establishing layers of descriptive information which isolate machine characteristics, levels of support ...


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James A Reimer, Roger A Reinsch: System, method, and computer program product for presenting multimedia objects, including movies and personalized collections of items. International Business Machines Corporation, Sterne Kessler Goldstein & Fox PLLC, May 16, 2000: US06065042 (101 worldwide citation)

A system and method for providing on demand access to information related to a movie while the movie is being presented to a user, where the movie was generated from the movie related information, are described. The system operates by presenting the movie to the user, and then receiving from the use ...


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Robert A Gilles, Robert J Grafe, Robert D Jackson, Roger A Reinsch, Richard R Sanders, Jacob Slonim, Melvin R Zimowski: Method for synchronizing transaction processing in a distributed heterogeneous system. International Business Machines Corporation, Baker Maxham Jester & Meador, October 1, 1996: US05561797 (79 worldwide citation)

The invention provides transaction synchronization in the form of COMMIT processing in a distributed, heterogeneous database system wherein some resources are synchronized to a transaction by a single-phase commit procedures while other resources synchronize by multi-phase commit procedures. The inv ...


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John G Adair, Daniel J Coyle Jr, Robert J Grafe, Bruce G Lindsay, Roger A Reinsch, Robert P Resch, Patricia G Selinger, Melvin R Zimowski: Method and combination for minimizing data conversions when data is transferred between a first database storing data in a first format and a second database storing data in a second format. International Business Machines Corporation, Baker Maxham Jester & Meador, October 15, 1996: US05566332 (74 worldwide citation)

The invention establishes the context in which data exchanged between dissimilar relational database management systems can be mutually understood and preserved, and data conversions can be minimized. The invention accomplishes this by establishing layers of descriptive information which isolate mac ...



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