Month of January 2010 - Page Number 1

Showing 1 - 10 of 508 from January 2010
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    IPCOM000192720D | Original Publication Date: 2010-Jan-31
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    IPCOM000192716D | Original Publication Date: 2010-Jan-30
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    Disclosed is a software application, and describes a methodology for determining which storage-system within the hyperswap pair to perform a read-request for data based upon latency and associated performance. Further, the latency test contributes to a watermark for determining when to hyperswap for the volume group...
    IPCOM000192715D | Original Publication Date: 2010-Jan-29
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    Disclosed is an invention which exploits information from a location aware personal electronic device, e.g. a mobile phone with GPS or laptop with geolocation via access point triangulation or other means, coupled with business intelligence in the form of scheduled meeting information, in an attempt to provide...
    IPCOM000192714D | Original Publication Date: 2010-Jan-29
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    Disclosed is a technique to allow anonymized access to automatically identified benign links in web pages across domains, serving as an exception to the cross-domain access containment security measure. The latter security measure is described in detail in the publication titled ?Malicious Scripting Protection Through...
    IPCOM000192704D | Original Publication Date: 2010-Jan-29
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    Disclosed is a method for bonding a glass support to a wafer so that the glass support may be used during and after wafer dicing.
    IPCOM000192703D | Original Publication Date: 2010-Jan-29
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    We propose a system which can automatically repair malformed XML documents.We propose that an intelligent heuristic is used to infer a schema from the well formed data in the document. This is then used to generate one or many fixes to the malformed section(s) of the XML file. The file can then be further...
    IPCOM000192702D | Original Publication Date: 2010-Jan-29
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    IPCOM000192697D | 2010-Jan-29
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    IPCOM000192696D | 2010-Jan-29
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    Disclosed is a method that the server switches on thin clients by remote control. Thin clients such as kiosk are used for several purposes and places. For example, advertizement at stations or at shopping malls. Within a type of thin clients, there is the terminal that has no storages such as HDD or CD-ROM. In...
    IPCOM000192692D | Original Publication Date: 2010-Jan-29