Eolas Technologies Incorporated v. Adobe Systems Incorporated et al
RESPONSIVE CLAIM CONSTRUCTION BRIEF IN OPPOSITION TO DEFENDANTS' CLAIM CONSTRUCTION REGARDING THE TERM "BROWSER APPLICATION" filed by Eolas Technologies Incorporated, The Regents of the University of California. (Attachments: # 1 Exhibit A, # 2 Exhibit B, # 3 Exhibit C)(McKool, Mike)
Broadband ISDN (B-1 SON)
Broadband ISDN (B-ISDN) A high-bandwidth digital telephone standard for transnlitting up to 1 .5 Mbps over fib er-optic
cables. See Basic Rate Inteiface (BRI) and ISDN.
broadcast message In a network, a lllessage to all systelTl users
that appears when you log on to the system. For example, broadcast lTlessages are used to inform users when the system will be
shut down for ITlaintenance.
brownout A period of low-voltage electrical power caused by
unusually heavy demand. such as that created by sUffiITlertirne
air conditioner use. Brownouts can cause COUlputers to operate
erratically or to crash, either of which can result in data loss. If
brownouts frequently cause your COlnputer to crash, you lTIay
need to buy a line-interactive UPS to work with your lTlachine.
bro,",se 1. To look for information by manually looking
through a series of storage locations. 2. To look for information
on the World Wide Web (WWvv,l by jumping from hyperlink to
mode In a database management program, a ITlode in
which data records are displayed in columns for quick, on-screen
review. Generally, you cannot nlodify data while in the browse
nl.ode. Synonynl.ous with list view or table view in some programs. See edit mode.
broW"ser A progranl that e n a bles the user to navigate the
World Wide Web (WWvv,l. The ruro leading browsers are Netscape
Navigator; part of Netscape Cotnmunication's Netscape
Communicator package, and Microsofi Internet Explorer. A browser
serves as the client for Web and other types of Internet servers.
Synonynlous with vveb browser. Increasingly, browsers are becan-ling the interface of c hoice for all the various types of data accessible by ITleans of n etworks based on Internet technology. See
brow-sing In a hypertext, an inforn1.ation-seeking m.ethod that
involves manually searching through linked doculnenrs. In the
World Wide Web (WWvv,l, browsing is rarely effective for finding
information on a specific topic (it's much better to use subject
trees and search engines), but it's lots of fun. Browsing, for no
particular reason, is c alled swfi1'lg. See search engine and subject lree .
brush script In tYPoJ?raphy, a typeface design that simulates
script drawn with a brush or broad-pointed pen.
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