Month of September 2004 - Page Number 2

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  1. 11.
    Disclosed is an Enterprise Storage System (ESS) which is organized as follows: it has two or more clusters, a cluster [1] is composed of one or more ranks and a rank is composed of one or more logical volumes. Each cluster element needs to determine the state of volumes on both clusters. When a cluster queries the...
    IPCOM000031562D | Original Publication Date: 2004-Sep-29
  2. 12.
    Production database programs usually fail because of bad expected data in the database. A structured query language (SQL) error may be thrown but it still takes some time to determine the root cause of an SQL statement failure. Specifically what record or SELECT condition may be causing the problem. Often the program...
    IPCOM000031561D | Original Publication Date: 2004-Sep-29
  3. 13.
    A method is discussed by which HSDPA MAC_d PDU's are scheduled onto the backhaul by the RNC in such a way that system throughput is maximised whilst avoiding the complexities associated with flow control based solutions.
    IPCOM000031560D | Original Publication Date: 2004-Sep-29
  4. 14.
    Digital images are easily traded on the internet with or without the authors consent. Watermarks help to prove the ownership of an image. However, people who have bought an image don't want to see the watermark and so was born the need for invisible watermarks. Described is a method of placing truly hidden watermarks...
    IPCOM000031559D | Original Publication Date: 2004-Sep-29
  5. 15.
    A cutter for smoking articles or parts thereof, in particular filter elements, comprising a housing and two parts movable relative to one another. A first part carries a knife or other suitable cutting means and is operable to accurately cut a filter element of a cigarette securely held in a second part. The cutter is...
    IPCOM000031558D | 2004-Sep-29
  6. 16.
    Production database programs usually fail because of bad expected data in the database. An SQL error may be thrown but it still takes sometime to determine the root cause of an SQL statement failure. Specifically what record or SELECT condition may be causing the problem. Logging of these failures at the time of...
    IPCOM000031557D | Original Publication Date: 2004-Sep-29
  7. 17.
    A method for translating memory addresses that support multiple plug configurations with a performance address map is disclosed.
    IPCOM000031556D | Original Publication Date: 2004-Sep-29
  8. 18.
    ID615070
    IPCOM000031538D | 2004-Sep-29
  9. 19.
    ID698406
    IPCOM000031537D | 2004-Sep-29
  10. 20.
    ID696264/ID696265
    IPCOM000031536D | 2004-Sep-29