Month of February 2014 - Page Number 7

Showing 61 - 70 of 337 from February 2014
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  1. 61.
    We present a system and method for formulating and maintaining minimum contention mitigation plans such that A current view of the infrastructure is maintained By implementing protocols for continuous monitoring of the infrastructure A current view of the disaster scenarios, at the local (group) level as well as the...
    IPCOM000235049D | 2014-Feb-26
  2. 62.
    KDI historically has shipped POP “Try Me” displays in separate packaging from products, in bulky packaging with a lot of “air.” Each POP display would be unique for each product. In an effort to streamline packaging while ensuring simplicity for retailers when they set up the displays, a solution was called for to...
    IPCOM000235048D | 2014-Feb-25
  3. 63.
    Disclosed is a method to perform I2C daisy chain addressing with multipurpose interrupt as a means of expanding the address range on the bus.
    IPCOM000235047D | 2014-Feb-25
  4. 64.
    This paper proposes an elegant and effective way to guide the gates along the boundary timing paths to be placed closer to the PI/PO. This is a powerful method to improve timing of VLSI designs.
    IPCOM000235046D | 2014-Feb-25
  5. 65.
    This invention provides a method for tracking and reporting wait times or availability in a way that is broadly applicable to many venues. Venues would be able to update availability information using a centralized server, allowing increased convenience for users and greater business opportunities for venues.
    IPCOM000235045D | 2014-Feb-25
  6. 66.
    A method and system to collect and deliver a global regulatory library of current cyber security regulations (passed or pending) is disclosed.
    IPCOM000235044D | 2014-Feb-25
  7. 67.
    A method for avoiding operating system (OS) jitter from rcu_barrier() for CPU-bound processes is disclosed.
    IPCOM000235043D | 2014-Feb-25
  8. 68.
    A method for simplifying validation of Lotus Notes authorization by user identification and asset description is disclosed.
    IPCOM000235042D | 2014-Feb-25
  9. 69.
    Disclosed is a system that enables the automatic communication between driverless and human-driven vehicles, via radio signals, so that the driverless vehicle can respond and perform as needed to maintain safe operation.
    IPCOM000235041D | 2014-Feb-25
  10. 70.
    Disclosed is a novel system that automatically generates a JavaScript* object model from Resource Description Framework schema (RDFS)/Web Ontology Language (OWL) ontologies that supports the construction of validated queries, without having to understand the ontology or SPARQL Protocol and Resource Description...
    IPCOM000235040D | 2014-Feb-25