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Month of June 2005 - Page Number 2

Showing 11 - 20 of 358 from June 2005
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    IPCOM000126093D | Original Publication Date: 2005-Jun-30
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    One can convert the authentication parameters of the first protocol of a first system to authentication parameters of a second protocol of a second system in such a way that the conversion is transparent to the second system. Thus, a Mobile Station (MS) that has roamed from the first to the second system can use the...
    IPCOM000126030D | Original Publication Date: 2005-Jun-29
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    DCT followed by variable length coding like Huffman coding is one of the most widely used methods used in the Image Compression industry to achieve good compression ratio. If the image being compressed is spatially sampled at or above nyquist rate, the above mentioned techniques can provide compressions which allows...
    IPCOM000126029D | Original Publication Date: 2005-Jun-29
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    IPCOM000126028D | 2005-Jun-29
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    IPCOM000126027D | 2005-Jun-29
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    IPCOM000126026D | 2005-Jun-29
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    IPCOM000126025D | Original Publication Date: 2005-Jun-29
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    The key invention is the architecture of the motion analysis that separated the foreground object and the background pixels, thus drastically reduce the amount of information that needed to be recorded.
    IPCOM000126024D | Original Publication Date: 2005-Jun-28
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    The Enterprise Java Beans (EJB) specification defines bean lifecycle methods of ejbCreate/ejbStore/ejbRemove to control creating/updating/removing of an EJB entity bean , which has a physical data representation in a datastore(e.g. a row in relational database table). Methods ejbFind<>/ejbSelect<> are defined to...
    IPCOM000126023D | Original Publication Date: 2005-Jun-28
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    The key invention of the algorithms is that by assign two additional ID tags to every instruction accordingly and partially decode them in the early stage (before the queue) in a inserted re-ordering blocks effectively put the out of orderly dispatched instruction stream back to the original ?order? even after the...
    IPCOM000126022D | Original Publication Date: 2005-Jun-28