Month of October 2011 - Page Number 1

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    These days, highly available web sites have to consider performance as a core feature, rather than just an after thought. The best way to do this is to introduce instant, continuous feedback to the developer so that when they are developing new features, they can immediately see the performance impact of their...
    IPCOM000212127D | 2011-Oct-31
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    The invention empowers a non-technical business user to easily establish a central master of product relationship rules. It provides flexibility in the specification of relationship functionality and in the rules for membership in a collection. It implements a higher-order specification (“any” source relates to...
    IPCOM000212126D | Original Publication Date: 2011-Oct-31
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    Disclosed are a system and method for converting text read via an eye tracking system to an audible pronunciation and delivering it to the user via headphones.
    IPCOM000212125D | 2011-Oct-31
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    Disclosed is a method which uses pseudo-events to ensure that a system immediately notifies observers when a property’s state changes.
    IPCOM000212124D | 2011-Oct-31
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    Disclosed is a File Service Definition Language (FSDL) which adopts a theory of a source owner definition publication to be interpreted by the consuming application which specifically addresses Data extract, transform and load processes in a non-transactional unidirectional model. The invention introduces a...
    IPCOM000212123D | 2011-Oct-31
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    Disclosed is a system to gather dynamic-type information during the run time of a program, and use it to suggest auto-complete options the Integrated Development Environment (IDE).
    IPCOM000212122D | 2011-Oct-31
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    A long sealing element on an open hole packer. A method of setting a long packing element using shear devices inside or under the sealing element and shearing the device or devices in sequence to uniformly compress the sealing element. The shear devices collapse or telescope when the device shears.
    IPCOM000212121D | 2011-Oct-31
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    This disclosure describe how to use electronic calendar and other online information to predict the arrival time at a meeting location and use this information to interact with the schedule.
    IPCOM000212120D | 2011-Oct-31
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    This disclosure describe how to use electronic calendar and other online information to set up smart home systems such as alarm clocks, heating and coffee machines. The system is based on a home Central Unit implementing learning behavior to improve predictions acuracity.
    IPCOM000212119D | 2011-Oct-31
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    Disclosed is an Augmented Innovation Generator. This system and method simplifies the process of researching and documenting human innovation by automating the process of generating invention disclosures.
    IPCOM000212118D | 2011-Oct-31