Abstract:

Techniques for prefetching operation cost based digital content and digital content with emphasis that overcome the challenges of conventional systems are described. In one example, a computing device may receive digital content representations of digital content from a service provider system, which are displayed on a user interface of the computing device. Thereafter, the computing device may also receive digital content as prefetches having a changed display characteristic as emphasizing a portion of the digital content based on a model trained using machine learning. Alternatively, the computing device may receive digital content as a prefetch based on a model trained using machine learning in which the model addresses a likelihood of conversion of a good or service and an operation cost of providing the digital content. Upon receiving a user input selecting one of the digital content representations, digital content is rendered in the user interface of the computing device.

Country: United States
Grant Date: May 3, 2022

Abstract:

Different action user-interface components in a comparison view are described. Initially, a selection is received to display a comparison view via a user interface of a listing platform. Multiple listings of the listing platform are selected for inclusion in the comparison view. A comparison view system determines which action of a plurality of actions, used by the listing platform, to associate with each of the listings. A display device displays the multiple listings concurrently in a comparison view via a user interface of the listing platform and also displays an action user-interface component (e.g., a button) in each of the plurality of listings. The action user-interface component is selectable to initiate the action associated with the respective listing. In accordance with the described techniques, the action user-interface component displayed in at least two of the multiple listings is selectable to initiate different actions in relation to the respective listing.

Country: Republic of Korea
Grant Date: April 6, 2022
INVENTORS: Lakshimi Duraivenkatesh, Selcuk Kopru, Tomer Lancewicki, Ramesh Periyathambi, Sai Siripurapu

Abstract:

Systems and methods for processing webpage calls via multiple module responses are described. A system may receive, from a client device, a first call for module data associated with a set of webpage modules for presentation in a webpage. The system may subsequently transmit, to the client device based on receiving the first call, a first response including first module data associated with a first subset of the set of webpage modules. The first response may additionally include a token identifying the webpage. The server may additionally transmit, to the client device based on transmitting the first response, a second response including the token identifying the webpage and second module data associated with a second subset of the set of webpage modules that differs from the first subset of the set of webpage modules.

Country: United States
Grant Date: January 11, 2022
INVENTORS: Vineet Bindal, Lakshimi Duraivenkatesh, Selcuk Kopru, Tomer Lancewicki, Nagasita Raghuram Nimishakavi Venkata, Ramesh Periyathambi

Abstract:

Technologies described reduce the amount of time between requesting content and receiving the requested content. In some embodiments, a client provides a search query. A search result page is generated and, prior to returning the search result page to the client, some or all of the search results are asynchronously pre-fetched and cached. The search query can include custom parameters that are also included in the pre-fetch requests. Web addresses in the search results page can be modified to indicate whether a prefetch operation was initiated. Once a user activates one of the search results, the responding web server uses the cached data while generating a response.

Country: United States
Grant Date: April 20, 2021
INVENTORS: DEEPTI BHOSALE, Vineet Bindal, Lakshimi Duraivenkatesh, Andrew Lin, Auston McReynolds, Nagasita Raghuram Nimishakavi Venkata, Ramesh Periyathambi
Lakshimi Duraivenkatesh

Lakshimi Duraivenkatesh