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  • 8507 Bell Mountain Dr, Austin, TX 78730 (512) 346-7029
  • 8507 Bell Mountain Dr, Austin, TX 78730

Work

Position: Medical Professional

Education

Degree: Graduate or professional degree

Languages

English

Specialities

Nursing (Nurse Practitioner) • Psychiatric Nursing (Nurse Practitioner)

Professional Records

Medicine Doctors

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Karalee B Leblanc, Austin TX

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Specialties:
Nursing (Nurse Practitioner)
Psychiatric Nursing (Nurse Practitioner)
Address:
1600 W 38Th St Suite 321, Austin, TX 78731
(512) 454-5716 (Phone), (512) 454-6276 (Fax)
Languages:
English
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Karalee B. Leblanc

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Specialties:
Psychiatry
Work:
Neuropsychiatric AssociatesNeuropsychiatric Associates Of Austin
1600 W 38 St STE 321, Austin, TX 78731
(512) 454-5716 (phone), (512) 454-6276 (fax)
Languages:
English
Description:
Ms. Leblanc works in Austin, TX and specializes in Psychiatry.
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Karalee Brown Leblanc, Austin TX

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Specialties:
Nurse Practitioner
Address:
1600 W 38Th St, Austin, TX 78731

Publications

Us Patents

Method And Apparatus For Verifying Enterprise Java Beans

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US Patent:
6684387, Jan 27, 2004
Filed:
Sep 23, 1999
Appl. No.:
09/404404
Inventors:
Liane Elizabeth Haynes Acker - Orange Park FL
Ajay A. Apte - Austin TX
Ping Chen - Austin TX
Karalee Brown LeBlanc - Austin TX
Assignee:
International Business Machines Corporation - Armonk NY
International Classification:
G06F 944
US Classification:
717126, 707203
Abstract:
The introspection capability of Java is utilized by the described verification tool to verify validity of a target beans Java Archive (JAR) file. The deployment descriptor class is verified first according to Enterprise Java Bean. specification rules. The remaining classes: remote interface, home interface and bean class are all loaded into a Java Virtual Machine (JVM) and verified by the described verification tool through Java introspection.

Object Oriented Programming System With Objects For Dynamically Connecting Functioning Programming Objects With Objects For General Purpose Operations

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US Patent:
6694506, Feb 17, 2004
Filed:
Oct 16, 1997
Appl. No.:
08/951937
Inventors:
Karalee Brown LeBlanc - Austin TX
Wayne Elmo Vicknair - Austin TX
Assignee:
International Business Machines Corporation - Armonk NY
International Classification:
G06F 944
US Classification:
717108, 717109, 717114, 717116, 717111, 707 1, 709332
Abstract:
A computer controlled object oriented programming system for distributive program development over networks such as the internet with implement for interfacing a plurality of programming objects with each other to provide combination objects combining programming functions of said objects, each object including predetermined interface data defining a required common interface with the other programming objects as well as a framework of events and attributes and methods for manipulating the attributes. These objects may be combined with each other via their common interfaces to form combination objects, and such combination objects may in turn be further combined with other objects and combination objects to form objects of increasing complexity which function as complete programs. General purpose operations and functions are added to existent object oriented programs in an object attribute independent process. Also, this addition may be done dynamically to such existent programs.

Process And System For Providing Name Service Scoping Behavior In Java Object-Oriented Environment

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US Patent:
6834284, Dec 21, 2004
Filed:
Aug 12, 1999
Appl. No.:
09/373879
Inventors:
Liane Elizabeth Haynes Acker - Orange Park FL
James Irwin Knutson - Austin TX
Karalee Brown LeBlanc - Austin TX
Assignee:
International Business Machines Corporation - Armonk NY
International Classification:
G06F 1730
US Classification:
707103, 707100, 707102, 717108
Abstract:
A process and system for providing name service scoping behavior is implemented. In an object-oriented data processing system, a request is received for an initial context for a namespace from a requesting object. A scoped initial context factory object is constructed, and an initial context is requested from the scoped initial context factory object. A class for the scoped initial context factory object may be determined from a variable in a hash table object passed as an argument. In response to the request for an initial context from the scoped initial context factory object, an initial context is requested from a non-scoped initial context factory object. The scoped initial context factory object may be a subclass of the non-scoped initial context factory object. The initial context returned by the non-scoped initial context factory object is scoped to a partition of the namespace, and the scoped initial context is returned. The initial context returned by the non-scoped initial context factory object may be scoped by performing a name service lookup on the partition of the namespace.

Open Framework For The Definition Of Metadata

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US Patent:
6983448, Jan 3, 2006
Filed:
Jul 12, 2001
Appl. No.:
09/903726
Inventors:
John Mark Hartel - Austin TX,
Karalee Brown LeBlanc - Austin TX,
John Conrad Sanchez - Pflugerville TX,
Assignee:
International Business Machines Corporation - Armonk NY
International Classification:
G06F 9/44
US Classification:
717116
Abstract:
A family of Java interfaces defines methods to provide common information about a property, such as data type and editing capabilities. The interfaces identify the methods used to get generic metadata. Implementers may extend these classes, as needed, to provide the metadata for their specific properties. The common metadata description interface of the present invention allows multiple metadata sources to be used interchangeably within the same software product without the software code being specifically written for each metadata source.

Method And System For Providing Accompanying Explanation For A Disabled Action In A Graphic User Interface

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US Patent:
2002007, Jun 13, 2002
Filed:
Dec 7, 2000
Appl. No.:
09/732251
Inventors:
Molly Barksdale - Austin TX,
Karalee Leblanc - Austin TX,
Assignee:
International Business Machines Corporation
International Classification:
G09G005/00
US Classification:
345/708000
Abstract:
A method for providing explanatory text in a graphic user interface is provided. An action is selected to be included in the graphic user interface. It is determined if the action is in a disabled state and explanatory text is provided in the graphic user interface for the action in the disabled state.

Property Editor Graphical User Interface Apparatus, Method And Computer Program Product

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US Patent:
2003000, Jan 2, 2003
Filed:
Jun 14, 2001
Appl. No.:
09/882172
Inventors:
John Hartel - Austin TX,
John Sanchez - Pflugerville TX,
Karalee LeBlanc - Austin TX,
Assignee:
International Business Machines Corporation - Armonk NY
International Classification:
G06F003/00
US Classification:
345/762000
Abstract:
An apparatus, method and computer program product for selecting and displaying graphical user interfaces for editing properties are provided. With the apparatus, method and computer program product, metadata associated with a property is analyzed to determine a type of editor associated with the property. This determination may include identifying one or more PropertyEditor Interface methods invoked by the property editor. Based on the type of editor associated with the property, one of a number of predetermined graphical user interfaces is selected. The selected graphical user interface is provided to a user who may use the graphical user interface to thereby edit the property.

Open Framework For The Definition Of Metadata

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US Patent:
2005026, Nov 24, 2005
Filed:
Jul 15, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/182238
Inventors:
John Hartel - Austin TX,
Karalee LeBlanc - Austin TX,
John Sanchez - Pflugerville TX,
International Classification:
G06F007/00
US Classification:
70710300R
Abstract:
A family of Java interfaces defines methods to provide common information about a property, such as data type and editing capabilities. The interfaces identify the methods used to get generic metadata. Implementers may extend these classes, as needed, to provide the metadata for their specific properties. The common metadata description interface of the present invention allows multiple metadata sources to be used interchangeably within the same software product without the software code being specifically written for each metadata source.

Method And Apparatus For Creating Dippable Beans In A Java Environment

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US Patent:
6185730, Feb 6, 2001
Filed:
Jul 23, 1998
Appl. No.:
9/120471
Inventors:
Karalee Brown LeBlanc - Austin TX
Assignee:
International Business Machines Corporation - Armonk NY
International Classification:
G06F 945
US Classification:
717 1
Abstract:
The present invention provides a method and apparatus for creating objects in an object-oriented environment, such as Java. An interface is selected for and along with an implementation object. The interface and the implementation object are morphed to create a dippable object in a new class that includes the selected interface. The dippable object is able to accept new behaviors though dips. The dippable object calls an instance of the implementation object in response to calls made to the interface.
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