Month of December 2015 - Page Number 16

Showing 151 - 160 of 335 from December 2015
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  1. 151.
    During software development, running automated tests is a common task. When running automated tests a common validation mechanism in the tests is checking against a 'known good' artifact (text file, picture etc). These known good artifacts can become out of step with 'correct' behaviour due to relatively minor...
    IPCOM000244484D | 2015-Dec-16
  2. 152.
    Disclosed is a system for updating agents based on offline processing.
    IPCOM000244483D | 2015-Dec-16
  3. 153.
    Attitude estimation in aircraft and other objects in space are largely based on either direct attitude representation methods angles, such as Euler angles, or indirect attitude representation methods such as quaternions based upon angles. The direct methods are simple as they may use direct measurements and may not...
    IPCOM000244482D | 2015-Dec-16
  4. 154.
    Disclosed is a method to minimize the main memory failure rate by closely and actively monitoring temperature, traffic, and air flow vectors of memory subsystem. This data set is then periodically evaluated against pre-characterized data to enable graceful handling of data movement or suitable mitigation, in case...
    IPCOM000244481D | 2015-Dec-15
  5. 155.
    IPCOM000244480D | 2015-Dec-15
  6. 156.
    This disclosure relates to a manual method of applying a hybrid seal to a car body, wherein the seal provides mechanical fastening elements as well as a tape as a fastening element (hybrid seal).
    IPCOM000244479D | 2015-Dec-15
  7. 157.
    This disclosure relates to a device for application of logos, letters or emblems to for example body parts of a vehicle.
    IPCOM000244478D | 2015-Dec-15
  8. 158.
    Disclosed is the use of new cosmetic ingredients in suncare and daily care compositions. (6) Sprays with new film formers, preservatives, and Titanium dioxide
    IPCOM000244477D | 2015-Dec-15
  9. 159.
    IPCOM000244476D | 2015-Dec-15
  10. 160.
    A technique to provide protection to guide pins in an interconnect cable connector is disclosed. The technique employs a cover mounted on a surface of the cable connector. The cover is manufactured such that the cover extends beyond the length of the guide pins. When the cable connector falls from a height, the cover...
    IPCOM000244475D | 2015-Dec-15