Month of December 2005 - Page Number 14

Showing 131 - 140 of 352 from December 2005
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  1. 131.
    Described is a solution for generating HTML reports from IBM* Rational* ClearQuest* data.
    IPCOM000132489D | Original Publication Date: 2005-Dec-19
  2. 132.
    Disclosed is means of decoupling a message producer and a message consumer, which are separated by a low bandwidth (or expensive) communications link, and dynamically compressing the data such that the message consumer is unaware of the remote link.
    IPCOM000132488D | Original Publication Date: 2005-Dec-19
  3. 133.
    The FTP protocol is designed to transfer either binary files without any character translation, or text files where characters are translated according to a given translation table. Files that contain a mixture of both, binary and text data, are not considered. This disclosure describes an approach to support this...
    IPCOM000132487D | Original Publication Date: 2005-Dec-19
  4. 134.
    Conventional globes show a map of a sphere at a certain point of time, e.g. the geography of Earth in 1995. If the geography changes, the globe’s map is outdated. With the present publication, a different map can be loaded and shown. Therefore, the same globe can be used to show a map with different properties, e.g....
    IPCOM000132486D | Original Publication Date: 2005-Dec-19
  5. 135.
    IPCOM000132472D | Original Publication Date: 2005-Dec-19
  6. 136.
    IPCOM000132471D | Original Publication Date: 2005-Dec-18
  7. 137.
    IPCOM000132470D | Original Publication Date: 2005-Dec-17
  8. 138.
    Controlling the potential of a point away from the contact of an RC (resistive-capacitive) sheet sensor device can reduce or eliminate the effects of contact resistance on device performance.
    IPCOM000132469D | 2005-Dec-17
  9. 139.
    Disclosed is a method that enables a quad rank DIMM to have two chip selects coming from the host (memory controller), or Advanced Memory Buffer (AMB). Benefits include eliminating the need for two additional signal assignments on the connector pin.
    IPCOM000132468D | 2005-Dec-17
  10. 140.
    Disclosed is a method that uses the unique Media Access Controller (MAC) address in laptops and desktops to locate missing computers when they are connected to the Internet. Benefits include a solution that can save billions of dollars by recovering lost hardware and confidential information.
    IPCOM000132467D | 2005-Dec-17