Oklahoma Patent of the Month – February 2023

Exaptive, Inc. has invented a computer-implemented schema-independent method of modeling data from multiple diverse sources in a browser-based web environment. The same-origin policy restriction that the web browser places on server calls accessing data across domains poses a challenge, and traditional solutions like JSON-with-padding (JSONP) calls and inline-frame HTML elements are not robust enough. 

Exaptive’s recently patented solution involves a server transmitting a blueprint to a client for visualizing and interacting with data, with program code or scripts operating within the web browser to transmit data and commands to and from the server. In response to a data fetch message, the server receives data from a selected domain, transforms it into a semantic data format, stores it as a first data set, and transmits it to the client computer for further processing and visualization by the application using the blueprint.

Exaptive’s solution enables robust and dynamic synthesis of data from multiple domains, which was not possible with traditional solutions due to the restrictive constraints of the same-origin policy. By leveraging the interpreted nature of client-side JavaScript and using a messaging system to route data between data components and visualization components, Exaptive’s solution provides a way for users to interact with stored data in different views that are configurable and dynamically updated.

Exaptive lives up to their name, using expectation to drive radical innovation. The company’s software supports the process of connecting researchers and technologists to build effective innovative teams. They build tools that make collaborating on data and analysis fluid, ensuring data and intuition can flow freely among the smart people working together to have an impact.

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