Month of March 2012 - Page Number 23

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  1. 221.
    IPCOM000216005D | Original Publication Date: 2012-Mar-18
  2. 222.
    IPCOM000216004D | Original Publication Date: 2012-Mar-17
  3. 223.
    New fast coating formulation capabilities enable the production of large batches of coatings that require a number of material characterizations. One of the key material performances of coatings is scratch resistance for automotive, household and other industrial applications. A number of methods are described in ASTM...
    IPCOM000216003D | 2012-Mar-16
  4. 224.
    The present disclosure relates to pharmaceutical formulations comprising a therapeutically effective amount of bazedoxifene having a controlled particle size, wherein the said formulations exhibit enhanced dissolution characteristics.
    IPCOM000216002D | 2012-Mar-16
  5. 225.
    This document describes how to instrument existing applications so that database systems can identify and manage incoming workload by using the stack trace analysis or the Markov chain, depending on the method of SQL statement executions.
    IPCOM000216001D | 2012-Mar-16
  6. 226.
    IPCOM000216000D | 2012-Mar-16
  7. 227.
    A method and system for prompting a user to provide feedback about a business service based on the user’s location proximity to the business service location and time spent by the user in the business service location is disclosed.
    IPCOM000215999D | 2012-Mar-16
  8. 228.
    IPCOM000215997D | Original Publication Date: 2012-Mar-16
  9. 229.
    The flip-flop (SDFFQ) used in designs typically use MUX based scanning structure for DFT (Design for Test). This structure has a design overhead - the multiplexer that selects between functional data and test data. This multiplexer is used only during scan test and hence becomes an overhead in functional mode and...
    IPCOM000215996D | 2012-Mar-16
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    A digital design, with mux based scan, having multiple clock domains requires a special cell called ‘lock-up latch’ to be inserted in the scan paths between two clock domains. This is to avoid hold violations due to clock skews in the two clock domains during scan operations. This requirement increases the number...
    IPCOM000215995D | 2012-Mar-16