Month of November 2005 - Page Number 1

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    A method is described that uses simple mechanisms and calculations to calculate the location of a photographic subject. By recording appropriate sensor values, the location of the subject is easily calculated so that the photographer and the subject can be located geographically.
    IPCOM000132067D | Original Publication Date: 2005-Nov-30
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    A system, method and computer program product are provided for scalable data collection. Input is received from users of client devices, utilizing agents residing at the client devices. Further, records are formatted with a predetermined format representative of the input, utilizing the agents residing at the client...
    IPCOM000132066D | 2005-Nov-30
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    ErgoPad is a design for an ergonomic touch pad that allows users to use a touch pad at the natural rest position of the hand. The natural rest position of the hand is vertical, with the palms parallel to the sides of the body. Many ergonomic mice and keyboards are now being developed ‘vertical’ (as opposed to the...
    IPCOM000132065D | 2005-Nov-30
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    The Tilting Scrolling Input Device is comprised of a scroll wheel mounted on a four-directional switch. In order to use the Tilting Scrolling Input Device, the user depresses the scroll wheel into a diagonal position (the scroll wheel locks into the diagonal position after it is depressed). Control of the...
    IPCOM000132064D | 2005-Nov-30
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    An algorithm that provides a prioritized access to the network resources and thus increases the probability of successful call establishment that is intended for authorized wireless priority users (National security/Emergency Preparedness personnel) to facilitate emergency and recovery response during disastrous...
    IPCOM000132063D | Original Publication Date: 2005-Nov-30
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    When the nature of data that needs to be collected from an end-user changes, any existing forms that serve as collection instruments must also change. Not only must the new form be able to be generated automatically and quickly, the specifics any changes between versions of a form likely will have to be known made...
    IPCOM000132062D | Original Publication Date: 2005-Nov-30
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    Data-driven form-generation techniques do not take into account the possible existence of "vocabulary mappings" (sometimes called "code lists" or simply "vocabularies") within the data model from which forms may be generated. A "vocabulary mapping" is a set of pairs of data items, in which the two items in a given...
    IPCOM000132061D | Original Publication Date: 2005-Nov-30
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    Forms are ubiquitous in software applications; as such, the need exists for organizations to be able to not only produce them quickly, but to be able to change them quickly and easily when the nature of the data they must capture changes. Automated form generation then is highly desirable. As Service-Oriented...
    IPCOM000132060D | Original Publication Date: 2005-Nov-30
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    Current art exists to provide an initial version of a form given an Extensible Markup Language (XML) Schema. The resulting initial form arises from the schema in one of two ways: first, every data item that the schema makes possible is reflected as an input in the generated form, or, second, by requiring user...
    IPCOM000132059D | Original Publication Date: 2005-Nov-30
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    With the ascendancy of the Java (TM) programming language, with its simple interfaces for writing multithreaded applications, we are on the threshold of a new age of multithreaded programming. Multithreading carries much promise for improving efficiency, allowing a single application to perform several potentially...
    IPCOM000132058D | Original Publication Date: 2005-Nov-30