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Nemmara Chithambaram: Use of triggers and a location hypercube to enable push-based location applications. Autodesk, Gates & Cooper, January 10, 2006: US06985747 (171 worldwide citation)

A method, system, and article of manufacture enable the use of location based applications (LBA). A location server (LS) on a wireless network receives trigger information from a LBA that is located outside of the wireless network. The trigger information defines a source locatable, spatial informat ...


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Chithambaram Nemmara: Use of triggers and a location hypercube to enable push-based location applications. Autodesk, November 2, 2005: EP1590975-A2 (1 worldwide citation)

A method, system, and article of manufacture enable the use of location based applications (LBA). A location server (LS) on a wireless network receives trigger information from a LBA that is located outside of the wireless network. The trigger information defines a source locatable, spatial informat ...


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Nemmara Chithambaram: Use of triggers and a location hypercube to enable push-based location applications. Autodesk, Gates & Cooper, Howard Hughes Center, August 12, 2004: US20040156326-A1

A method, system, and article of manufacture enable the use of location based applications (LBA). A location server (LS) on a wireless network receives trigger information from a LBA that is located outside of the wireless network. The trigger information defines a source locatable, spatial informat ...


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Nemmara Chithambaram: Use of triggers and a location hypercube to enable push-based location applications. Att Jason S Feldmar, Gates & Cooper, May 25, 2006: US20060111126-A1

A method, system, and article of manufacture enable the use of location based applications (LBA). A location server (LS) on a wireless network receives trigger information from a LBA that is located outside of the wireless network. The trigger information defines a source locatable and spatial infor ...


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Chithambaram Nemmara: Use of triggers and a location hypercube to enable push-based location applications. Autodesk, Chithambaram Nemmara, FELDMAR Jason S, August 26, 2004: WO/2004/073233

A method, system, and article of manufacture enable the use of location based applications (LBA). A location server (LS) on a wireless network receives trigger information from a LBA that is located outside of the wireless network. The trigger information defines a source locatable, spatial informat ...