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Fred Thomas Fred Thomas
GASPARD Walter A, THOMAS Fred Charles III, SO Chi W, GRAHAM Christoph J: [fr] QUANTITÉ DE MÉMOIRE POUR LEXÉCUTION DUNE APPLICATION, [en] AN AMOUNT OF MEMORY FOR EXECUTION OF AN APPLICATION. GASPARD Walter A, THOMAS Fred Charles III, SO Chi W, GRAHAM Christoph J, HEWLETT PACKARD DEVELOPMENT COMPANY, PINKSTON Caroline S, May 30, 2013: WO/2013/077842

[en] Examples disclose determining an amount of memory for execution of an application, associated with a user preference, based on an inspection of data associated with the application. Further the example discloses transmitting a request to a non-volatile memory to allocate a segment corresponding ...


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Ugochukwu Njoku
Ugochukwu Charles Njoku, Frank W Brice Jr, David Craddock, Richard K Errickson, Mark S Farrell, Charles W Gainey Jr, Donald W Schmidt, Gustav E Sittmann III: Information handling system with virtualized I/O adapter ports. International Business Machines Corporation, John E Campbell, October 20, 2009: US07606965 (43 worldwide citation)

A communication port of a communications interface of an information handling system comprises a plurality of virtual ports. A first command is issued to obtain information indicating a number of images of virtual ports supportable by the communications interface. A second command is then issued req ...


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Mark P Bendyk, Scott M Carlson, Daniel F Casper, John R Flanagan, Catherine C Huang, Matthew J Kalos, Ughochukwu C Njoku, Louis W Ricci, Harry M Yudenfriend: Early termination of an I/O operation in an I/O processing system. International Business Machines Corporation, Cantor Colburn, John Campbell, May 8, 2012: US08176222

A computer program product, apparatus, and method for handling early termination of an I/O operation at a channel subsystem in an I/O processing system are provided. The computer program product includes a tangible storage medium readable by a processing circuit and storing instructions for executio ...


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Thomas Mark Levergood, Lawrence C Stewart, Stephen Jeffrey Morris, Andrew C Payne, George Winfield Treese: Internet server access control and monitoring systems. Open Market, Hamilton Brook Smith & Reynolds P C, January 13, 1998: US05708780 (1095 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to methods for controlling and monitoring access to network servers. In particular, the process described in the invention includes client-server sessions over the Internet involving hypertext files. In the hypertext environment, a client views a document transmitted by a cont ...


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Philippe Choquier, Jean Francios Peyroux, William J Griffin: System for on-line service in which gateway computer uses service map which includes loading condition of servers broadcasted by application servers for load balancing. Microsoft Corporation, Leydig Voit & Mayer, June 30, 1998: US05774668 (841 worldwide citation)

An on-line services network includes application servers and Gateway microcomputers that are interconnected by a LAN. The Gateway microcomputers receive service requests which are transmitted over a WAN from client microcomputers operated by end users. Upon receiving a request to open a service, the ...


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Thomas Howard Bateman, Bruce Edward Kierstead, William Alexander Noble, Timothy Lee Curry, John Alan Lockett, Laurie Edward Mersereau, Robert James Ouellette: System for coordinating communications via customer contact channel changing system using call centre for setting up the call between customer and an available help agent. The New Brunswick Telephone Company, Burns Doane Swecker & Mathis, March 16, 1999: US05884032 (773 worldwide citation)

This invention (The Customer Contact Channel Changer) enables the integration of different Customer Contact Channels such as live call center ACD (Automatic Call Distribution) agents, ADSI (Analog Display Services Interface) enhanced IVR (Interactive Voice Response) systems and WWW (World Wide Web) ...


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Sara A Bly, Jeffrey D Hodges, Michael D Kupfer, Brian T Lewis, Michael L Tallan, Stephen B Tom: Updating local copy of shared data in a collaborative system. Xerox Corporation, June 15, 1993: US05220657 (696 worldwide citation)

A multi-user collaborative system in which the contents as well as the current status of other user activity of a shared structured data object representing one or more related structured data objects in the form of data entries can be concurrently accessed by different users respectively at differe ...


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Victor H Shear: Database usage metering and protection system and method. Electronic Publishing Resources, Nixon & Vanderhye, September 17, 1991: US05050213 (683 worldwide citation)

A "return on investment" digital database usage metering, billing, and security system includes a hardware device which is plugged into a computer system bus (or into a serial or other functionally adequate connector) and a software program system resident in the hardware device. One or more data ba ...


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Kelly S Carpenter, Gerard M Dearing, Jeffrey M Nick, Jimmy P Strickland, Michael D Swanson, Wendell W Wilkinson: Coherence controls for store-multiple shared data coordinated by cache directory entries in a shared electronic storage. International Business Machines Corporation, Bernard M Goldman, August 6, 1996: US05544345 (666 worldwide citation)

A high-speed cache is shared by a plurality of independently-operating data systems in a multi-system data sharing complex. Each data system has access both to the high-speed cache and to lower-speed, upper-level storage for obtaining and storing data. Management logic in the shared high-speed cache ...