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Data retrieval means obtaining data from a database management system such as ODBMS. In this case, it is considered that data is represented in a structured way, and there is no ambiguity in data. In order to retrieve the desired data the user present a set of criteria by a query. Then the Database Management System (DBMS), software for managing databases, selects the demanded data from the database. The retrieved data may be stored in a file, printed, or viewed on the screen.

Method and system for data backup

Embodiments of the present invention are directed to Web-Services-based data backup and data-archiving applications that provide remote data backup and data archiving to private individuals, small businesses, and other organizations that need reliable, secure, geographically remote, and cost-effective data backup, data archiving, and backed-up and archived-data retrieval. In one embodiment of the present invention, a private or small-business client contracts with a service provider for data-backup and data-archiving services. The service provider, in turn, contracts with a remote data-storage facility to provide secure, reliable data backup and data archiving to the personal or small-business client. A client-side application is downloaded to the client computer and configured to allow the client to store locally encrypted data at the remote, data-storage facilities. Neither the service provider nor the data-storage facility can decrypt or otherwise access the information stored by the client. In addition, the encryption key or encryption keys used by the client to encrypt the data for remote storage are securely stored at the remote, data-storage facility for subsequent recovery by the client, should the client suffer damage or loss to a local computer system. However, the client encryption key is stored in a doubly encrypted fashion, preventing access to the client's encryption key by either the service provider or the data-storage facility. Certain embodiments of the present invention also provide local indexing for remotely stored, encrypted data and efficient storage of updates to already remotely stored data.

System and methods providing automatic distributed data retrieval, analysis and reporting services

InactiveUS6944662B2Increasing computationalIncreasing storage burdenMultiple digital computer combinationsWebsite content managementData processing systemPush and pull
A data processing system includes a network containing of a set of connected devices, where individual ones of the connected devices include a data processor that executes a program for connecting to and disconnecting from the network and for maintaining a first list descriptive of other connected devices and a second list descriptive of at least some user-defined services published by individual ones of publisher connected devices that form a first sub-set of the connected devices. Individual ones of the publisher connected devices maintain a third list descriptive of an individual one or individual ones of registered service subscriber connected devices that form a second sub-set of connected devices. The publisher connected devices provide a service output to registered service subscriber connected devices upon an occurrence of at least one predetermined triggering event, which may be a push trigger, a pull trigger, or a combination of push and pull triggers. A given one of the connected devices may be a member of only the first sub-set of connected devices, or may be a member of only the second sub-set of connected devices, or may be a member of both the first sub-set of connected devices and the second sub-set of connected devices. The set of connected devices are logically organized into a plurality of clusters each having a top level connected device (TLCD), where the plurality of TLCDs are coupled together in a ring for propagating system administration information between the plurality of clusters. Services remain operative even after the connected device on which they initially reside becomes inoperative. This is accomplished by migrating the publication function to at least one other connected device when a current publisher's connected device becomes inoperative for any reason. A backup of last resort is referred to as a persistent connected device.

Intelligent data retrieval system

ActiveUS20070136264A1Fast and robust wireless transmissionMinimize data transmission costDigital data information retrievalDigital data processing detailsData informationPaper document
An electronic assistant which dispatches tasks on the user's behalf and according to his or her preferences is disclosed. The assistant has an enactor for processing data received from a sensor and for changing its environment via an actuator. The enactor receives instruction from a predictor/goal generator, which in turn is connected to a general knowledge warehouse. Additionally, the warehouse and the predictor/goal generator are connected to a plurality of specialist knowledge modules, including a scheduler, an information locator, a communicator, a form filler, a trainer, a legal expert, a medical expert and other experts. The electronic assistant provides an interface which frees the user from learning complex search languages and allows some functions to be automatically performed. A variety of machine learning processes allow the assistant to learn the user's styles, techniques, preferences and interests. After learning about the user's interests in particular types of information, the assistant guides the user through the process of on-line information source selection, utilization, and interaction management via the information locator. The information locator generates a query conforming to the user characteristics for retrieving data of interest. The information locator next submits the query to one or more information sources. Upon receipt of results of the submitted query, the information locator communicates the results to the user, and updates the knowledge warehouse with responses from the user to the results. The assistant supports the ability to refine the query and to manage the costs associated with the search. Further, the assistant automatically incorporates data relating to changes in the query interface and other relevant characteristics of the information sources so that search command sequences can be altered without user interaction. The search configuration of each search carried out by the user is saved in a database. The data maintained in the database includes keywords and concepts for search, interval between subsequent searches, deadline for the search, the number of documents to acquire from each engine, and domain over which to do the search, including the preferred set of search engines or the preferred set of news groups.

Non-volatile semiconductor memory

A non-volatile semiconductor device has a memory cell array having electrically erasable programmable non-volatile memory cells, reprogramming and retrieval circuits that temporarily store data to be programmed in the memory cell array and sense data retrieved from the memory cell array. Each reprogramming and retrieval circuit has a first latch and a second latch that are selectively connected to the memory cell array and transfer data each other. A controller controls the reprogramming and retrieval circuits on data-reprogramming operation to and data-retrieval operation from the memory cell array. Each reprogramming and retrieval circuit has a multilevel logical operation mode and a caching operation mode. In the multilevel logical operation mode, re-programming and retrieval of upper and lower bits of two-bit four-level data is performed using the first and the second latches in storing the two-bit four-level data in one of the memory cells in a predetermined threshold level range. In the caching operation mode, data transfer between one of the memory cells selected in accordance with a first address and the first latch is performed while data transfer is performed between the second latch and input / output terminals in accordance with a second address with respect to one-bit two-level data to be stored in one of the memory cells.

System for electronic repository of data enforcing access control on data retrieval

When an electronic document is made available for review by other entities, it is often convenient to store the document in a repository or database managed by a third party. A system is provided in which the originator of the document is able to ensure the integrity and security of its document filed with a third party repository without having to trust the administrator of the repository. Both the document originator and the repository administrator have vault environments which are secure extensions of their respective work spaces. The vault of the document originator encrypts a document that it receives from the originator, prior to forwarding it on to the vault of the repository. On receipt of the encrypted document, the repository's vault signs the encrypted document itself before storing the document in the electronic repository and returns to the originator's vault proof of deposit of the encrypted document in the form of a copy of the signed encrypted document. An access control list identifying access ownership privileges for the document are also stored in the repository. Updates to the access control list are under the control of document originator, or another computer designated by the document originator. When a request is made to view the document, it is made from the vault of the requesting party (a secure extension of the requesting party's work space) to the repository's vault. The repository's vault retrieves a copy of the encrypted document which it forwards, along with the requestor's identity to the originator's vault. The originator's vault verifies that the access control is valid, then verifies that the requestor is authorized to view the document from the access control list, then decrypts the document and forwards the decrypted document directly to the requestor's vault. The requestor provides proof of receipt of the decrypted document.

System and methods for accelerated data storage and retrieval

Systems and methods for providing accelerated data storage and retrieval utilizing lossless data compression and decompression. A data storage accelerator includes one or a plurality of high speed data compression encoders that are configured to simultaneously or sequentially losslessly compress data at a rate equivalent to or faster than the transmission rate of an input data stream. The compressed data is subsequently stored in a target memory or other storage device whose input data storage bandwidth is lower than the original input data stream bandwidth. Similarly, a data retrieval accelerator includes one or a plurality of high speed data decompression decoders that are configured to simultaneously or sequentially losslessly decompress data at a rate equivalent to or faster than the input data stream from the target memory or storage device. The decompressed data is then output at rate data that is greater than the output rate from the target memory or data storage device. The data storage and retrieval accelerator method and system may employed: in a disk storage adapter to reduce the time required to store and retrieve data from computer to disk; in conjunction with random access memory to reduce the time required to store and retrieve data from random access memory; in a display controller to reduce the time required to send display data to the display controller or processor; and / or in an input / output controller to reduce the time required to store, retrieve, or transmit data.

Method and system of remote monitoring and support of devices, extracting data from different types of email messages, and storing data according to data structures determined by the message types

In a system for remotely monitoring networked devices and appliances, email messages are sent across networks, the email messages containing configuration, status or other information. For flexibility, it is desirable to quickly and easily change the message type designation, and to easily determine a data structure definition appropriate for storing the received information. To achieve this goal, the message type designation of a given message's information may be defined within the message itself, and extracted at the receiving end before the information is analyzed or stored according to a data structure definition determined by the message type designation. A large number of devices can thus communicate configuration, status and/or other types of information in a variety of message types. A method stores information concerning a remotely monitored device, the information being contained in a message that includes a message type designation. The method involves extracting the message type designation from the message, determining a data structure definition based on the message type designation, reading data elements from the message, and storing the data elements into a database according to the data structure definition. The method may be implemented in object-oriented programming, in a software module including a data retriever class and a database interface class.
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