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Gregory Sereda: Method and system for efficiently retrieving information from a database. AT&T, March 8, 2005: US06865577 (30 worldwide citation)

A method for fast and efficient record retrieval in large databases using cyclical redundancy check (CRC) computations as hash functions. Two hash values are computed for each record's key using the CRC-CCITT and CRC-16 generator polynomials. The two CRC values then are combined into a four-byte com ...


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Roy Jefferson Byrd Jr, Sebastian Goeser: Hybrid search. International Business Machines Corporation, David J Kappos, September 15, 1998: US05809496 (19 worldwide citation)

A method is described for a computerized search for words in an electronic database with a large number of documents stored in memory. With this method, a Boolean retrieval method is used to determine in which of a large number of documents an initial word meets a Boolean condition. A probabilistic ...


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Lee Kang Min: Apparatus for acquiring pseudo noise code and ds-cdma receiver including the same. Samsung Electronics, November 29, 2000: EP1056217-A2 (7 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for acquiring a pseudo noise (PN) code and a direct-sequence code division multiple access (DS-CDMA) receiver are provided. The apparatus for acquiring a pseudo noise (PN) code includes a PN code generator for generating K PN codes, a multiplexer for multiplying a received signal by + 1 ...


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Jean Louis Calvignac, Fabrice Jean Verplanken: Hybrid search memory for network processor and computer systems. International Business Machines Corporation, Joscelyn G Cockburn, June 5, 2012: US08195705 (5 worldwide citation)

A system includes a data structure having a Direct Table (DT), Patricia-Trees, Pointers and high speed storage systems such as Contents Address Memory (CAM). The DT has a plurality of entries with each one coupled to a Patricia Tree having multiple nodes coupled to leaves. The number of Nodes, terme ...


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Øivind Wang, Nicolai Bodd, Chen Xing, Bård Kvalheim, Torbjørn Helvik: Enterprise graph search based on object and actor relationships. MICROSOFT TECHNOLOGY LICENSING, Julie Kane Akhter, Tom Wong, Micky Minhas, January 10, 2017: US09542440 (1 worldwide citation)

Systems, methods, and software are disclosed herein for implementing enterprise graph search. In at least one implementation, an enterprise search service receives a search request that includes a graph query directed to an enterprise graph. The graph is representative of various objects and actors ...


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Olufunmilola O Awoniyi, Samir S Soliman, Soumya Das, Andrei D Radulescu: Proximity detection for femtocells using out-of-band links. QUALCOMM Incorporated, QUALCOMM Incorporated, October 3, 2017: US09781659

Systems, methods, devices, and computer program products are described for supporting macrocell-to-femtocell hand-ins of active macrocell communications for a mobile device. A mobile device may perform an out-of-band (OOB) search for the femtocell, the OOB search triggered by a proximity detection c ...


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Alston Ghafourifar: System and method of personalized message threading for a multi-format, multi-protocol communication system. Entefy, Blank Rome, May 2, 2017: US09639600

This disclosure relates to systems, methods, and computer readable media for performing multi-format, multi-protocol personalized message threading in a way that is most beneficial for the individual user. Users desire a system that will provide for ease of message threading by “stitching” together ...


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Alston Ghafourifar, Philip Nathan Greenberg, Mehdi Ghafourifar: System and method of dynamic, encrypted searching. Entefy, Blank Rome, March 14, 2017: US09594827

This disclosure relates to personalized and dynamic server-side searching techniques for encrypted data. Current so-called ‘zero-knowledge’ privacy systems (i.e., systems where the server has ‘zero-knowledge’ about the client data that it is storing) utilize servers that hold encrypted data without ...


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Murali Krishna Punaganti Venkata, Kristian Luoma, Jussi Pekka Partanen, Mikko Kankainen: Method, system, and apparatus for arranging content search results. Nokia Technologies Oy, Ditthavong & Steiner P C, April 10, 2018: US09940371

Content search involves receiving a user-formulated search query via a user device. The search query is submitted to two or more search domains. The search domains represent separate data repositories accessible via the user device. Results objects are received from the two or more search domains in ...


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Jingdong Wang, Xian Sheng Hua, Shipeng Li, Jing Wang: Hybrid neighborhood graph search for scalable visual indexing. Microsoft Corporation, Lee & Hayes PLLC, February 5, 2013: US08370363

A hybrid search method may be used to identify information responsive to a query. A search may be performed utilizing a neighborhood graph and a partitioning tree. The partitioning tree may be searched to select one or more pivots that may be used to guide a subsequent search in the neighborhood gra ...



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