Ab Initio Technology LLC, Lexington, MA, has been assigned a patent (11,341,155) developed by Wakeling, Tim, Andover, and MA, Weiss, Adam, Lexington, MA, for “mapping instances of a dataset within a data management system.“
The abstract of the patent published by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office states: “Mapping data stored in a data storage system for use by a computer system includes processing specifications of dataflow graphs that include nodes representing computations interconnected by links representing flows of data. At least one of the dataflow graphs receives a flow of data from at least one input dataset and at least one of the dataflow graphs provides a flow of data to at least one output dataset. A mapper identifies one or more sets of datasets. Each dataset in a given set matches one or more criteria for identifying different versions of a single dataset. A user interface is provided to receive a mapping between at least two datasets in a given set. The mapping received over the user interface is stored in association with a dataflow graph that provides data to or receives data from the datasets of the mapping.”
The patent application was filed on June 16, 2020 (16/902,949).