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Month of May 2015 - Page Number 9

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  1. 81.
    This invention includes three methods in agile project to select stories to be implemented in a iteration planning with proper buffer by clarifying estimation of story points of each story and by simulating total buffer actually required in the iteration. The methods enable to include as many stories as possible and...
    IPCOM000241691D | 2015-May-22
  2. 82.
    With the growing number of social network sites, communities, a user may join more than one social network site that have similar function. But usually there is no relationship between social networks. This would result in-convenience for users, e.g a senior user in community A is treated as junior in community B....
    IPCOM000241690D | 2015-May-22
  3. 83.
    A proposed method consists of an overhead, centralized RFID reader and parallel lanes of conveyer belts operating at different speeds at the Point of Sensing. The user will place the items that are to be sensed on a conveyer belt. Items placed on each conveyor belt will travel at the same speed of the conveyor belt....
    IPCOM000241689D | 2015-May-21
  4. 84.
    On demand thermal transfer card printers can apply a matte laminate to a card or produce a clear card with a matte finish so it can be sensed by a light sensor.
    IPCOM000241688D | 2015-May-21
  5. 85.
    A subsurface safety valve with the necessary sensors and intelligence built-in could provide substantial feedback to the operator. This information could allow for predictable application of preventative maintenance without causing unnecessary non-productive time A subsurface safety valve with the necessary sensors...
    IPCOM000241687D | 2015-May-21
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    IPCOM000241685D | 2015-May-21
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    IPCOM000241684D | 2015-May-21
  8. 88.
    IPCOM000241683D | 2015-May-21
  9. 89.
    A compound having biocidal activity is the reaction product of A) a compound of the following formula OCN–R2 whereby - R2 contains at least one Si–O–R1-moiety; and B) a biocide or the precursor of a biocide which comprises at least one group capable of reacting with an isocyanate group selected from –OH, –N(H)– and...
    IPCOM000241682D | 2015-May-21
  10. 90.
    Provisioning system actions correlation with timestamps of changed files to discover ISV software
    IPCOM000241681D | 2015-May-21