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Inventor:
Yang; Ching-Yun
Address:
Austin, TX
No. of patents:
2
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
5887170 System for classifying and sending selective requests to different participants of a collaborati March 23, 1999
A method and system provide for selectively distributing communications between an application and multiple servers, allowing cooperative use of a single copy of an application. The system is situated between an application and the multiple servers. Requests from the application, res
5557725 Method and system for switching between users in a conference enabled application September 17, 1996
A method of selecting which user has the input focus, and conditions by which a different user will get the input focus in the future. A user is said to have the `floor` if that user is enabled to become the input focus, or in other words, to provide input to the shared application. Zero










 
 
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