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Showing 1 - 10 of 926 from March 2009
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    The present invention is a method for connecting phone services to free web services, including social networks. A person can find addresses, phones, personal status (i.e. from social networks), etc, dynamically from their smart phones functions.
    IPCOM000181383D | Original Publication Date: 2009-Mar-31
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    IPCOM000181382D | 2009-Mar-31
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    Expandable bitmap file with expansion areas configured by designer
    IPCOM000181381D | Original Publication Date: 2009-Mar-31
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    The bubble point pressure is defined as the pressure at which the first gas bubble appears while decreasing the pressure on the fluid sample. To determine when the first gas bubble appears is a very challenge experimental task. I propose here a way how to estimate the bubble point from NMR measurements: The loss of...
    IPCOM000181380D | 2009-Mar-31
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    It is well documented in the literature that asphaltene deposition within the formation (pore plugging) can alter the wettability of the system. This wettability effect may be observed on a 2D NMR (D vs. T2,int.) plot from the NMR logging tool. In turn, we can interpret this alteration in the wettability as being...
    IPCOM000181379D | 2009-Mar-31
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    The traditional physical design of a blade server system utilizes a blade with a basic rectangular shape with constant dimensions along its width, height, and depth. While this is a simple and easy to build allocation of space, it is usually a compromise that poorly matches the size of the interior components with...
    IPCOM000181378D | Original Publication Date: 2009-Mar-31
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    IPCOM000181377D | 2009-Mar-31
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    Method to track and restrict reuse of information
    IPCOM000181376D | Original Publication Date: 2009-Mar-31
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    Disclosed is a method for reasoning the signification of abbreviation words in the context
    IPCOM000181375D | Original Publication Date: 2009-Mar-31
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    Disclosed is a system placed between an application server and clients for encrypting data from the clients before sending to the server based on the predefined rules with security control, and for decrypting data from the server before sending to the clients based on the predefined rules with security control....
    IPCOM000181374D | Original Publication Date: 2009-Mar-31