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Sumit Agarwal
Sumit Agarwal: Dynamic attributes. SAP, Fish & Richardson P C, April 7, 2009: US07516090 (4 worldwide citation)

Systems and techniques associate one or more dynamic attributes with one or more opportunities representing potential commercial transactions. Each opportunity may include one or more static attributes that are automatically associated with the opportunity. Each opportunity may further include one o ...


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Sumit Agarwal
Sumit Agarwal: Dynamic attributes. Fish & Richardson PC, January 20, 2005: US20050015305-A1

Systems and techniques associate one or more dynamic attributes with one or more opportunities representing potential commercial transactions. Each opportunity may include one or more static attributes that are automatically associated with the opportunity. Each opportunity may further include one o ...


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Katherine G August, Chin Sheng Chuang, Michelle McNerney, Elizabeth A Shriver, Mark Hansen, Ping wen Ong, Daniel D Lee, Craig Nohl, Theodore Sizer II: System and method for providing interactive dialogue and iterative search functions to find information. Lucent Technologies, November 11, 2003: US06647383 (391 worldwide citation)

A system and method for information searching comprising determination of, in fine granularity, a Community of Interest (COI), further data mining in search results, using at least one of COI and expert preferences to identify important knowledge, formulation and manipulation of results, and summari ...


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Maria Azua Himmel, Herman Rodriguez: Web browser support for dynamic update of bookmarks. International Business Machines Corporation, Jeffrey S LaBaw, March 21, 2000: US06041360 (181 worldwide citation)

Access to the Internet is provided using dynamic bookmarks. A first bookmark is stored in a browser in a computer system, the first bookmark referencing a web page at a Uniform Resource Locator (URL). A dynamic attribute for the first bookmark to keep it updated. When a change is detected in the web ...


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James E Goodnow II, Jonathan Isaac Helfman, Thaddeus Julius Kowalski, John J Puttress, James R Rowland, Carl Robert Seaquist: Method of identifying similarities in code segments. Lucent Technologies, Michele L Conover, Patricia A Verlangieri, December 16, 1997: US05699507 (41 worldwide citation)

A method of analyzing a plurality of code segments to determine the similar static and dynamic features of the code segments compares the static and dynamic features of each of the code segments. Each code segment is comprised of one or more lines of program instructions. One or more predetermined s ...


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Keith E Duvall, Ronald L Heiney, Anthony F Stuart, Claude A Bugg, Gregory S Felderman, Stuart Walker: System and method for controlling computer output devices by utilizing both their static and dynamic attributes. International Business Machines Corporation, Holland & Hart, August 19, 1997: US05659795 (20 worldwide citation)

A system and method for efficiently utilizing the output devices of a computer system to perform output functions. The output devices are capable of bidirectional communication and are capable of generating information pertaining to static and dynamic attributes of the respective output devices. Res ...


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Ingrid M Moulckers, Ningning Wang: Design of self-adapting meta descriptors based on real use scenarios and experiences. International Business Machines Corporation, Justin M Dillon, Gregory K Goshorn, Greg Goshorn P C, January 13, 2009: US07478093 (18 worldwide citation)

Provided is a method for generating an on-demand, custom runtime solution to a user or business's computing needs A library of software components corresponding to different computing tasks of a business situation is created. Each software component is associated with one or more meta descriptors. T ...


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Ed Annunziata: System and method for modifying actions of a group of characters via group interactions. Sony Computer Entertainment America, Carr & Ferrell, November 18, 2008: US07452268 (17 worldwide citation)

Character behavior and action in a video game are driven by a character's gene attributes and modified by a character's emotional attributes. The character's gene attributes are classified as static attributes, dynamic attributes, and meta attributes. A subset of the dynamic attributes include the c ...


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Philip C Blum, Michael W Bychowsky, Esteban Yepez III: Communication equipment, transcoder device and method for processing frames associated with a plurality of wireless protocols. Motorola, Jeffrey K Jacobs, December 26, 2006: US07155255 (15 worldwide citation)

To address the need for an apparatus and method for transcoding among multiple wireless protocols, the present invention provides a framework for more generalized transcoding. A voice processing resource (e.g., 105) of a transcoder (101) receives the dynamic transcoding attributes (e.g., 201–207) fo ...


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Jason M Bell, Mark Joseph Cavage, Kristin Marie Hazlewood, Gary Dale Williams: Real-time attribute processor and syntax schema for directory access protocol services. International Business Machines Corporation, Robert H Frantz, Jeffrey S LaBaw, November 23, 2010: US07840588 (11 worldwide citation)

A directory server handles requests for values of dynamic attributes by providing at least one declaration for an attribute to be handled as a real-time attribute associated with but external to a directory structure; receiving a directory access protocol request for access to an attribute value fro ...