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Month of April 2007 - Page Number 4

Showing 31 - 40 of 2,838 from April 2007
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    Disclosed is a method that places a camera on the bottom of a tablet PC to automatically rotate the display when it is held in landscape or portrait modes. Benefits include improving the usability of tablet PCs.
    IPCOM000152229D | 2007-Apr-26
  2. 32.
    Disclosed is a method for an adjustable pressure/sensitivity keyboard and a mouse with image stabilizing software and/or gyroscopic sensors to neutralize unwanted movements associated with hand tremors (e.g. Parkinson's Disease).
    IPCOM000152228D | 2007-Apr-26
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    Disclosed is a method that uses parallel simulated annealing with asynchronous dynamic interaction to achieve a faster convergence speed and better solution quality while predicting 3D protein structures. Benefits include avoiding frequent communication contentions.
    IPCOM000152227D | 2007-Apr-26
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    Disclosed is a method for measuring the dexterity of people with Parkinson's disease. Benefits include improved functionality and improved reliability.
    IPCOM000152226D | 2007-Apr-26
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    Disclosed is a method for an electromagnetic interference (EMI) shield for flexible optical circuits. Benefits include improved functionality and improved performance.
    IPCOM000152225D | 2007-Apr-26
  6. 36.
    This publications presents a novel method to test adhesion of thin films to their substrate. It is based on the well known 'Scotch Tape Test' and improves it in such a way as to obtain a quantitative result. For this, a test strip is proposed which contains several regions with adhesives of different strengths. ...
    IPCOM000152224D | 2007-Apr-26
  7. 37.
    When current is delivered via an electrode into a volume conductor, the current density neural is distributed along the electrode contacts and varies with different electrode shapes, as seen in figure 7A. Contacts with discrete or 'sharp' edges tend to have very high current densities at those edges. This results in...
    IPCOM000152223D | 2007-Apr-26
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    Inventors - Ankur Sharma IBM Any complex project can have hundreds of requirements and every requirement can have corresponding use-cases. With ever-changing requirements and as new ones keeps getting added, it is very difficult to identify the related requirements and keep them in one place for ease. Also,...
    IPCOM000152222D | Original Publication Date: 2007-Apr-26
  9. 39.
    Inventors - Shashikanth R Thambrahalli, Harshavardhana M Puttamadaiah, Supriya Kannery IBM Disclosed here is a new technique using a set of new Telnet 5250 NEW ENVIRONMENT user variables to recover an abnormally terminated job on the IBM iSeries host computer. The new technique allows the...
    IPCOM000152221D | Original Publication Date: 2007-Apr-26
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    IPCOM000152220D | 2007-Apr-26