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Ray W Boyles, Michael F Gierlach, Prabandham M Gopal, Robert Sultan, Gary M Vacek: Locating resources in computer networks having cache server nodes. International Business Machines Corporation, Gerald R Woods, April 23, 1996: US05511208 (218 worldwide citation)

A computer network in which resources are dynamically located through the use of LOCATE requests includes multiple cache server nodes, network nodes which have an additional obligation to build and maintain large caches of directory entries. Cache server nodes play a key role in the LOCATE process a ...


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Alan E Baratz, Inder S Gopal, James P Gray, George A Grover, Jeffrey M Jaffe, Jean A Lorrain, Melinda R Pollard, Diane P Pozefsky, Mark Pozefsky, Lee M Rafalow: Locating resources in computer networks. International Business Machines Corporation, Thomas F Galvin, Gerald R Woods, April 3, 1990: US04914571 (167 worldwide citation)

A LOCATE search dynamically locates resources (e.g., logical units (LUs) and transaction program and files associated with LUs) in a computer network so that a session can be established between the origin and the destination of the search.


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Boyles Ray William, Gierlach Michael Francis, Gopal Prabandham Madan, Sultan Robert, Vacek Gary Michael: Locating resources in computer networks having cache server nodes.. Ibm, October 5, 1994: EP0618708-A2 (40 worldwide citation)

A computer network in which resources are dynamically located through the use of LOCATE requests includes multiple cache server nodes, network nodes which have an additional obligation to build and maintain large caches of directory entries. Cache server nodes play a key role in the LOCATE process a ...


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Baratz Alan Edward, Gopal Inder Sarat, Gray James Peyton, Grover George Allan, Jaffe Jeffrey Martin, Lorrain Jean A, Pollard Melinda Ross, Pozefsky Diane Phylis, Pozefsky Mark, Rafalow Lee Mark: A method for locating resources in computer networks.. Ibm, December 21, 1988: EP0295461-A2 (1 worldwide citation)

A search dynamically locates resources (e.g., logical units (LUs) and transaction programs and files associated with LUs) in a computer network so that a session can be established between the origin and the destination of the search. The network includes end nodes associated with server nodes,and a ...



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