Patents by Inventor Kathleen Riddell Polizzi

Kathleen Riddell Polizzi has filed for patents to protect the following inventions. This listing includes patent applications that are pending as well as patents that have already been granted by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).

  • Patent number: 8261271
    Abstract: A method and apparatus for processing jobs on an enterprise-wide computer system. The computer system uses a portal architecture to allow a user to view a wide variety of content retrieved from a variety of different computer systems. The computer system is configured such that a plurality of users can access the system at the same time through a computer network such as the Internet. The computer system may also be connected to one or more back-end databases that correspond to the different computer systems within the enterprise. The computer system is configured to run predefined jobs to process data. These jobs can perform a variety of tasks such as retrieving data from a back-end database, preparing a report based upon retrieved data, processing data already resident within the portal system, or notifying a user when a particular condition occurs within the portal system.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: August 13, 2007
    Date of Patent: September 4, 2012
    Assignee: Oracle International Corporation
    Inventors: Kathleen Riddell Polizzi, Gail Helen Godbeer, Gadi Yedwab, Anthony John Murphy, Robert Mark Bick, Jeffrey Alan Ewry, William Hippenmeyer, Peter Alan Burton, Jack Norris
  • Patent number: 7266821
    Abstract: A method and apparatus for processing jobs on an enterprise-wide computer system. The computer system uses a portal architecture to allow a user to view a wide variety of content retrieved from a variety of different computer systems. The computer system is configured such that a plurality of users can access the system at the same time through a computer network such as the Internet. Users may access the computer system by using a standardized browser program, thus simplifying the user interface. The computer system may also be connected to one or more back-end databases that correspond to the different computer systems within the enterprise. The computer system is configured to run predefined jobs to process data. These jobs can perform a variety of tasks such as retrieving data from a back-end database, preparing a report based upon retrieved data, processing data already resident within the portal system, or notifying a user when a particular condition occurs within the portal system.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: April 27, 2001
    Date of Patent: September 4, 2007
    Assignee: Hyperion Solutions Corporation
    Inventors: Kathleen Riddell Polizzi, Gail Helen Godbeer, Gadi Yedwab, Anthony John Murphy, Robert Mark Bick, Jeffrey Alan Ewry, William Hippenmeyer, Peter Alan Burton, Jack Norris
  • Patent number: 6832263
    Abstract: A computer system configured to run predefined jobs to process data. The jobs can perform tasks such as retrieving data from a back-end database, preparing report based upon retrieved data or notifying user when a particular condition occurs. The computer system presents data to user in an object called a portal page. The portal page is an object arranged in a format that is readable by a browser. The portal page is a highly configurable document that may be comprised of a plurality of modules called portal objects. Each portal object may contain a set of links corresponding to output reports, jobs, or other objects stored within a repository. One feature of the portal page is dynamically updated portal object. A dynamically updated portal object is an object that is updated on the user's portal page upon data stored in the portal system.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: April 27, 2001
    Date of Patent: December 14, 2004
    Assignee: Hyperion Solutions Corporation
    Inventors: Kathleen Riddell Polizzi, Anthony John Murphy, Jack Norris
  • Patent number: 6643661
    Abstract: Disclosed is a portal computer system and method which provides personalized portal pages on which searches can be entered and search reports can be dynamically reported.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: April 27, 2001
    Date of Patent: November 4, 2003
    Assignee: Brio Software, Inc.
    Inventors: Kathleen Riddell Polizzi, Gail Helen Godbeer, Gadi Yedwab, Shuhong Chen, Robert Mark Bick, Jack Norris
  • Publication number: 20020052954
    Abstract: A method and apparatus for processing jobs on an enterprise-wide computer system. The computer system uses a portal architecture to allow a user to view a wide variety of content retrieved from a variety of different computer systems. The computer system is configured such that a plurality of users can access the system at the same time through a computer network such as the Internet. Users may access the computer system by using a standardized browser program, thus simplifying the user interface. The computer system may also be connected to one or more back-end databases that correspond to the different computer systems within the enterprise. The computer system is configured to run predefined jobs to process data. These jobs can perform a variety of tasks such as retrieving data from a back-end database, preparing a report based upon retrieved data, processing data already resident within the portal system, or notifying a user when a particular condition occurs within the computer system.
    Type: Application
    Filed: April 27, 2001
    Publication date: May 2, 2002
    Inventors: Kathleen Riddell Polizzi, Anthony John Murphy, Jackson Streetly Norris
  • Publication number: 20020023158
    Abstract: Disclosed is a portal computer system and method which provides personalized portal pages on which searches can be entered and search reports can be dynamically reported.
    Type: Application
    Filed: April 27, 2001
    Publication date: February 21, 2002
    Inventors: Kathleen Riddell Polizzi, Gail Helen Godbeer, Gadi Yedwab, Shuhong Chen, Robert Mark Bick, Jack Norris
  • Publication number: 20020023122
    Abstract: A method and apparatus for processing jobs on an enterprise-wide computer system. The computer system uses a portal architecture to allow a user to view a wide variety of content retrieved from a variety of different computer systems. The computer system is configured such that a plurality of users can access the system at the same time through a computer network such as the Internet. Users may access the computer system by using a standardized browser program, thus simplifying the user interface. The computer system may also be connected to one or more back-end databases that correspond to the different computer systems within the enterprise. The computer system is configured to run predefined jobs to process data. These jobs can perform a variety of tasks such as retrieving data from a back-end database, preparing a report based upon retrieved data, processing data already resident within the portal system, or notifying a user when a particular condition occurs within the portal system.
    Type: Application
    Filed: April 27, 2001
    Publication date: February 21, 2002
    Inventors: Kathleen Riddell Polizzi, Gail Helen Godbeer, Gadi Yedwab, Anthony John Murphy, Robert Mark Bick, Jeffrey Alan Ewry, William Hippenmeyer, Peter Alan Burton, Jack Norris