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Month of October 2004 - Page Number 6

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  1. 51.
    There are always cases where an organization is looking for more security within, especially with the spoofability of the wireless networks. This disclosure or publish defines a method of giving another layer of wireless network security
    IPCOM000032197D | Original Publication Date: 2004-Oct-26
  2. 52.
    Currently, Thinkpads are planning to incorporate a fingerprint reader for preboot authentication (for BIOS' power on password and hardfile password). This is a great usability feature which enables people to use their fingerprint signature to gain access to the system rather than having to type in an alpha-numeric...
    IPCOM000032196D | Original Publication Date: 2004-Oct-26
  3. 53.
    Today when a personal computer connects to a server it is managed as a client attached to a server by popular client management software such as IBM Director, or Microsoft SMS. With a desktop blade environment the "Desktop" is separated in to two parts. the blade stored in the datacenter and a client terminal at...
    IPCOM000032195D | Original Publication Date: 2004-Oct-26
  4. 54.
    The proposed technique is a non-biased approach to select the initial values for the cluster means used for cluster-based techniques such as k-means clustering. Not only the final solution is unique and more representative of what the actual objects (clusters) are but the speed of convergence is noticeably improved by...
    IPCOM000032194D | Original Publication Date: 2004-Oct-26
  5. 55.
    Front rotating device cage for a computerD
    IPCOM000032193D | Original Publication Date: 2004-Oct-26
  6. 56.
    Currently, the OSD and human interface in projectors is very un-intuitive and unnecessarily complex. They do not allow for a way to meet the government accessibility requirements. By allowing for enhanced user interaction, and adding user feedback, the human interface can be improved. This paper describes a set of...
    IPCOM000032192D | Original Publication Date: 2004-Oct-26
  7. 57.
    For the last few years, processor thermal specifications have begun to drive the industry to very high aspect ratio heatsinks. The aspect ratio of a heatsink is defined as the hieght of the fins divided by the fin gap (air space between fins). The predominant factor in the increasing aspect ratio in today's thermal...
    IPCOM000032191D | Original Publication Date: 2004-Oct-26
  8. 58.
    This design uses GPS (Global Positioning System) coordinates, in conjunction with mobile phone technology. The user is given the option to have their mobile device calls automatically forwarded to a designated landline number when at a specific location. The main advantage of this system is that the user does not...
    IPCOM000032190D | Original Publication Date: 2004-Oct-26
  9. 59.
    Programs running from a physical CD-ROM lock up the device and prevent the media from being swapped out. Also, installing software directly from multiple CD-ROMs on distributed systems requires the user to mount and unmount the CD-ROM device each time a CD-ROM has to be switched out.
    IPCOM000032189D | Original Publication Date: 2004-Oct-26
  10. 60.
    Disclosed is a system aimed to increase database performance my being proactive and monitoring database usage.
    IPCOM000032188D | Original Publication Date: 2004-Oct-26