Month of March 2012 - Page Number 5

Showing 41 - 50 of 480 from March 2012
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    Disclosed is a method that enables developers or performance engineers to more efficiently assess the performance of automatically inlined functions. The disclosed solution allows the user to view all the inlined code in a single editor, despite the fact that the code may come from multiple source files.
    IPCOM000216309D | 2012-Mar-29
  2. 42.
    Disclosed is a mechanism to share the data gathered by the IProfiler in the Java* Runtime environment across multiple Java virtual machines (JVM) so as to reduce the time and space overheads associated with profiler activity and enhance the performance by using the data gathered by the profiler on one instance of...
    IPCOM000216308D | 2012-Mar-29
  3. 43.
    Disclosed is a cluster approach to a load-balancing schema used to prevent bottlenecks in the hard drive during input/output processes. Using a master/slave configuration, all the salve devices listen to the master controller. When the master issues a command, any slave device that is ready (i.e., not busy) can...
    IPCOM000216307D | 2012-Mar-29
  4. 44.
    A system and method for passive shimming using pre-ramp technique is provided. The initial or pre-ramp procedure is performed at partial magnetic field, for example a magnetic field of 0.5T, to reduce additional cycle time and cryogen consumption of an additional ramp. Pre-ramp technique described herein, for...
    IPCOM000216306D | 2012-Mar-29
  5. 45.
    The invention provides a method to remove spike noise in magnetic resonance (MR) images using over sampling of raw data. The method for removing spike noise described herein, involves acquisition of raw data with high sampling rate followed by filtration of data according to user interface prescribed bandwidth. 1D...
    IPCOM000216305D | 2012-Mar-29
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    IPCOM000216304D | 2012-Mar-29
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    IPCOM000216303D | 2012-Mar-29
  8. 48.
    A method of using a pairwise learning model to estimate an attractiveness score for digital content or a service in an online recommendation system is disclosed. The method incorporates user preferences in a pairwise learning model to compute the attractiveness score of content items.
    IPCOM000216302D | 2012-Mar-29
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    IPCOM000216301D | 2012-Mar-29
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    IPCOM000216300D | 2012-Mar-29