|1.||WO||WO/2013/180590 - METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR DETECTING FRAME COMPATIBLE 3D CONTENT||05.12.2013||
|PCT/RO2012/000010||SC MOVIDIUS SRL||OLAR, Cristian-Gavril|
The present invention refers to a system and method used in order to determined-frame compatible 3D Side by Side or 3D Top and Bottom frame compatible content, its field of application being video processing. The method refers to employing an associated system to read video frames, applying filters to them and analyzing the results. An edge filter is applied on input frames. The relevant part of edge values is then used to determine image projections on required areas of the image. Multiple checks are performed, each contributing to the analysis of similarity between the processed frames and the characteristics of 3D Side by side (SBS) or 3D Top and bottom (TAB) compatible frames. The checks consist of comparisons with specific parameters based on learning from the processing of a wide range of video streams. The method is tuned to handle a very large range of content types in mind. Use of adaptively tuned comparison values means the method can easily be trained learn more effective parameter values from new content, an aspect which makes this method preferable over others.
|2.||WO||WO/2013/172727 - PROCEDURE FOR OBTAINING FILTERING MATERIALS AND FILTERING ELEMENTS FOR AIR SALINE PURIFICATION||21.11.2013||
||PCT/RO2012/000007||SC TEHNO BIONIC SRL||PASCU, Constantin|
The invention refers to a process of obtaining a filter material and a filter element for the saline air purification, used in devices and installations for the air purification in the ambient space, with therapeutic effects, for health purposes and prevention in respiratory diseases. The process comprises more stages, such as: the non-woven textile fabric used as support is chosen. It has a thickness of 5 - 50 mm and a weight over 200 g/ square meter, usually it is made of synthetic fibers such as polyester, polypropylene, commercially classified in grades G1, G2, G3, G4, on which salt deposits shall be made successively by its successive impregnation, in 2 - 3 stages, either by immersion or spraying, with over-saturated solutions obtained out of rock salt coming directly from natural sources, rock salt which can contain up to 98% sodium chloride and traces of other salts. After each impregnation, the fabric is slowly dried when the excess solution is drained, in a place with a temperature between 20-35°C and a humidity of 50-70% for approx. 2 - 3 days. The excess solution can be removed by draining or can be forced out by blowing an air jet. Optionally, after impregnation there can be a powdering of the impregnated fabric surface with salt powders in order to increase the salt covering degree. In another stage, the impregnated fabric is cut and fixed in filter frames or casings with perforated sides, forming the filter elements, in which the re-circulated air is saline purified. Optionally filter element could be layered, in which the saline impregnated non-woven material is to one of the faces and to the other there is the layer of saline grains connected by microcrystalline deposits.. The evaluation of the filter element is done in the last stage.
|3.||WO||WO/2013/157974 - PROCESS FOR OBTAINING THERMAL ENERGY BY THE COMBUSTION OF HYDROGEN IN ADMIXTURE WITH CARBON OXIDES, NITROGEN OXIDES AND/OR SULPHUR OXIDES AND INSTALLATION FOR THE APPLICATION OF THE PROCESS||24.10.2013||
||PCT/RO2012/000019||CENTRUL DE CERCETARE PENTRU MATERIALE MACROMOLECULARE SI MEMBRANE S.A. (CCMMM)||ROIBU, Constantin|
The invention relates to a process and an installation for obtaining thermal energy by the combustion of hydrogen in admixture with carbon oxides, nitrogen oxides and/or sulphur oxides in the presence of a magnesium catalyst which is a mixture of magnesium chips and powder. The process for obtaining the thermal energy according to the invention consists of a first stage wherein the combustion of hydrogen in admixture with carbon oxides, nitrogen oxides and/or sulphur oxides in the presence of the magnesium catalyst is performed in an enclosure with orifices for discharging the gases and the carbon and/or sulphur atoms, with the formation of MgO and water and a second stage wherein magnesium is regenerated in the same enclosure by introducing extra hydrogen. The installation for the application of the process comprises a housing (1] made of stainless steel whereupon a cover (3) is secured, said cover (3) being connected to a conduit for supplying hydrogen (2), said housing (1) comprising: a chamber for the uniform distribution of hydrogen [Ml]; a chamber for the uniform distribution of the mixture comprising carbon oxides, nitrogen oxides and/or sulphur oxides [M2]; a chamber [M3] for the homogenization of hydrogen in admixture with carbon oxides, nitrogen oxides and/or sulphur oxides; a catalyst chamber  wherein a magnesium catalyst  is placed as a mixture of chips and powder; copper or stainless steel pipes  and , respectively, which ensure the transport and uniform distribution of H2 and respectively of the mixture of carbon oxides, nitrogen oxides and/or sulphur oxides on the surface of the quartz layer , but also of the catalyst ; a deflector  for the homogenization of the gaseous mixture, and to the outer side of the housing there being provided: a conduit for the completion of the catalyst ; conduit for supplying H2 , conduit for supplying with mixture comprising carbon oxides, nitrogen oxides and/or sulphur oxides C02  and a conduit for discharging carbon and/or sulphur .
|4.||WO||WO/2013/119134 - PHOTORESIST WITH RARE-EARTH SENSITIZERS||15.08.2013||
|PCT/RO2013/000003||PAVEL, Eugen||PAVEL, Eugen|
A method of making a photoresist with rare-earth sensitizers is provided. The rare-earth sensitizer could be a salt or a rare-earth complex. According to the invention, photoresist composition is useful to pattern circuits by visible light.
|5.||WO||WO/2013/112062 - SYSTEMS AND METHODS FOR SPAM DETECTION USING CHARACTER HISTOGRAMS||01.08.2013||
|PCT/RO2012/000023||BITDEFENDER IPR MANAGEMENT LTD||DICHIU, Daniel|
Described spam detection techniques including string identification, pre-filtering, and character histogram and timestamp comparison steps facilitate accurate, computationally-efficient detection of rapidly-changing spam arriving in short-lasting waves. In some embodiments, a computer system extracts a target character string from an electronic communication such as a blog comment, transmits it to an anti-spam server, and receives an indicator of whether the respective electronic communication is spam or non-spam from the anti-spam server. The anti- spam server determines whether the electronic communication is spam or non-spam according to certain features of the character histogram of the target string. Some embodiments also perform an unsupervised clustering of incoming target strings into clusters, wherein all members of a cluster have similar character histograms.
|6.||WO||WO/2013/112061 - SYSTEM AND METHODS FOR SPAM DETECTION USING FREQUENCY SPECTRA OF CHARACTER STRINGS||01.08.2013||
|PCT/RO2012/000022||BITDEFENDER IPR MANAGEMENT LTD||DICHIU, Daniel|
Described spam detection techniques including string identification, pre-filtering, and frequency spectrum and timestamp comparison steps facilitate accurate, computationally-efficient detection of rapidly-changing spam arriving in short-lasting waves. In some embodiments, a computer system extracts a target character string from an electronic communication such as a blog comment, transmits it to an anti-spam server, and receives an indicator of whether the respective electronic communication is spam or non-spam from the anti-spam server. The anti-spam server determines whether the electronic communication is spam or non-spam according to features of the frequency spectrum of the target string. Some embodiments also perform an unsupervised clustering of incoming target strings into clusters, wherein all members of a cluster have similar spectra.
|7.||WO||WO/2013/112060 - HYDRAULIC BINDER BASED ON CALCIUM SULPHATE, PROCESS FOR PRODUCING THE SAME AND SPECIFIC USES THEREOF||01.08.2013||
|PCT/RO2012/000002||COLUMBEANU ION||COLUMBEANU, Adrian Irinel|
The present invention relates to a new hydraulic binder based on calcium sulphate comprising stabilized soluble anhydrite III in a ratio ranging from 60% to 80% by weight, soluble anhydrite II in a ratio ranging from 10% to 30% by weight, low-soluble anhydrite II in a ratio ranging from 8% to 25% by weight and impurities ranging from 0% to 5% by weight. The invention also relates to a process for the preparation of a hydraulic binder comprising the following steps: the introduction of the powdery composition based on calcium sulphate into an impacting conduit containing overheated air; the heating of the composition to a temperature ranging from 320°C to 380°C, in conditions of overpressure from 50 to 100 mbar; and impacting the binder particles against the conduit walls, by passing a warm air stream with an air stream velocity ranging from 10 to 25 m/s. Another object of the present invention is the use of the hydraulic binder as an absorbent material for depolluting the hydropollutant discharges into solid or liquid environment and a process for depolluting a liquid or solid environment polluted with hydropollutants discharges wherein the hydraulic binder is sprayed in a sufficient amount onto the pollutant material surface, followed by recovering the binder and pollutant material aggregates formed by rehydration. The invention also relates to processes for road repairing wherein the hydraulic binder is used.
|8.||WO||WO/2013/109156 - ONLINE FRAUD DETECTION DYNAMIC SCORING AGGREGATION SYSTEMS AND METHODS||25.07.2013||
|PCT/RO2012/000021||BITDEFENDER IPR MANAGEMENT LTD||TIBEICA, N. Marius|
In some embodiments, an online fraud prevention system combines the output of several distinct fraud filters, to produce an aggregate score indicative of the likelihood that a surveyed target document (e.g. webpage, email) is fraudulent. Newly implemented fraud filters can be incorporated and ageing fraud filters can be phased out without the need to recalculate individual scores or to renormalize the aggregate fraud score. Every time the output of an individual filter is calculated, the aggregate score is updated in a manner which ensures the aggregate score remains within predetermined bounds defined by a minimum allowable score and a maximum allowable score (e.g., 0 to 100).
|9.||WO||WO/2013/100773 - CONVERSION SYSTEM OF AIR ENERGY INTO ELECTRICAL ENERGY FOR A VEHICLE||04.07.2013||
|PCT/RO2012/000027||CASTELLUCCI, Luciano||CASTELLUCCI, Luciano|
Conversion system for air energy into electrical energy for a hybrid vehicle that stores electrical energy generated by conversion and then uses it to action the vehicles motor. In order to charge the vehicle's batteries during the whole course the vehicle is provided with air collectors (3,14,18), a turbine (6) and a power generator (8) that can feed electrical current to an electrical motor (9) in order to move the car or to the batteries (10) in order to charge them.
|10.||WO||WO/2013/089576 - FUZZY WHITELISTING ANTI-MALWARE SYSTEMS AND METHODS||20.06.2013||
|PCT/RO2012/000020||BITDEFENDER IPR MANAGEMENT LTD||TOFAN, I. Vlad|
In some embodiments, an anti-malware system accounts for benign differences between non- malicious data objects, such as differences introduced by compilers and other polymorphisms. A target object is separated into a multitude of code blocks, and a hash is calculated for each code block. The obtained set of target hashes is then compared against a database of hashes corresponding to code blocks extracted from whitelisted objects. A target object may be labeled as whitelisted (trusted, non-malicious) if it has a substantial number of hashes in common with a whitelisted object. Objects which are slightly different from known whitelisted objects may still receive whitelisting status. By allowing a certain degree of mismatch between the sets of hashes of distinct objects, some embodiments of the present invention increase the efficiency of whitelisting without an unacceptable decrease in safety.