|1.||WO||WO/2015/012782 - DYNAMIC OBFUSCATION PROCESSING||29.01.2015||
|PCT/US2010/060679||KULAKOWSKI, Robert||KULAKOWSKI, Robert|
An automated tool builds a plurality of uniquely paired data source and data receiver programs by identifying and modifying data or program instructions on the data source processing and identifying and applying reversing modifications on the data receiver such that the uniquely paired data apply and remove the same process modifications. In one example a paired data source and data receiver program is periodically replaced by another paired data source and data receiver program having different modifications than the pair being replace. In another example, modification data to a program or process is loaded after the program is process is built allowing for dynamic updates to the data modifying the process data or instructions or both.
|2.||WO||WO/2015/012790 - SQUARE PLUG ADJUSTABLE HEAT SINKS AND METHODS OF FABRICATING THE SAME||29.01.2015||
|PCT/US2013/051472||GE INTELLIGENT PLATFORMS, INC.||PARKER, Michael|
An adjustable heat sink assembly may include a heat sink body including a first surface and an opposing second surface. The heat sink body defines a hole that extends from the first surface to the opposing second surface. A plug is disposed within the hole. Solder is disposed within the hole so as to be between the heat sink body and the plug. The solder fuses the plug to the heat sink body.
|3.||WO||WO/2015/012827 - ENCODING AN INFORMATION OBJECT||29.01.2015||
|PCT/US2013/051879||HEWLETT-PACKARD DEVELOPMENT COMPANY, L.P.||SIMSKE, Steven J|
A first portion of an information object is encoded with first information, where the first information object is recognizable by an information object reader. A second portion of the information object is encoded with second information, where the second information is not recognizable by the information object reader.
|4.||WO||WO/2015/012833 - RECORDING MEDIUM AND METHOD FOR MAKING THE SAME||29.01.2015||
|PCT/US2013/051997||HEWLETT-PACKARD DEVELOPMENT COMPANY, L.P.||PAL, Lokendra|
A recording medium and a method for making the recording medium are disclosed. The recording medium includes a core substrate. The core substrate includes a base having two opposed surfaces. The base includes from about 40% to about 70% organic material and from about 30% to about 60% inorganic material. The core substrate also includes a mineral coating layer disposed on one or both of the two opposed surfaces of the base. The mineral coating layer has a water-soluble or water-dispersible binder and mineral materials. An adhesion layer is disposed on the mineral coating layer. A surface treatment layer is disposed on the adhesion layer, and the surface treatment layer includes organic fibrous material.
|5.||WO||WO/2015/012834 - WELLBORE ISOLATION DEVICES AND METHODS OF USE TO PREVENT PUMP OFFS||29.01.2015||
|PCT/US2013/051999||HALLIBURTON ENERGY SERVICES, INC.||COLES, Randolph, S.|
Disclosed is a downhole tool that includes a housing coupled to a wellbore isolation device, a tension-actuated valve arranged within the housing and having a first piston movably arranged within a first piston chamber, the first piston being coupled to a conveyance such that tension in the conveyance is transmitted to the first piston, wherein, when the tension in the conveyance is reduced, the first piston is moved within the first piston chamber such that wellbore fluids are able to enter the first piston chamber, and a pressure-actuated valve arranged within the housing and having a second piston movably arranged within a second piston chamber to place the second piston chamber in fluid communication with the first piston chamber, wherein a pressure drop across the downhole tool allows the second piston to move such that the wellbore fluids pass into the second piston chamber and through the wellbore isolation device.
|6.||WO||WO/2015/012835 - COMPOSITE DISPLAY WITH MUTLIPLE IMAGING PROPERTIES||29.01.2015||
|PCT/US2013/052010||EMPIRE TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT, LLC||UR, Shmuel|
Technologies are generally described for systems and methods effective to output a composite image. In some examples, a processor may be configured to receive first and second display data that relate to a first and second image. The processor may identify an overlap region where the first display overlaps the second display and generate imaging instructions effective to cause the first and second image to be output on the first display and second display, respectively. The processor may further modify the first imaging instructions based on the overlap region to produce a modified first imaging instruction. The processor may send the modified first imaging instruction to the first display so that the first image is output on the first display at a first resolution. The processor may send the second imaging instruction to the second display so that the second image is output on the second display at a second resolution.
|7.||WO||WO/2015/012869 - COMPOSITE FILTRATION MEMBRANES FROM CONDUCTING POLYMER NANOPARTICLES AND CONVENTIONAL POLYMERS||29.01.2015||
|PCT/US2013/052348||THE REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA||HOEK, Eric, M.V.|
In one aspect, the invention relates to composite filtration membranes for use in, for example, water purification and concentrating a solute, and methods for making and using same. This abstract is intended as a scanning tool for purposes of searching in the particular art and is not intended to be limiting of the present invention.
|8.||WO||WO/2015/012821 - PRODUCTION FILTERING SYSTEMS AND METHODS||29.01.2015||
|PCT/US2013/051833||HALLIBURTON ENERGY SERVICES, INC.||LEHRLING, Gunnar|
Systems and methods for filtering a production stream downhole that involves creating a basepipe annulus and a casing annulus and forcing the production stream through a filter between the casing annulus and the basepipe annulus before combining the production stream with a previously filtered production stream. Other systems and methods are disclosed.
|9.||WO||WO/2015/012837 - WARMING PRINTHEADS DURING PRINT PASSES||29.01.2015||
|PCT/US2013/052028||HEWLETT-PACKARD DEVELOPMENT COMPANY, L.P.||TOUSSAINT, David|
A drive signal may be determined to drive a printhead to a series of target temperatures during respective portions of a print pass by the printhead. Each of the target temperatures may be the greater of a temperature of the printhead caused by printing a quantity of printing fluid to be printed during the respective portion and a predetermined threshold temperature. A drive signal may be provided to warm the printhead to the series of target temperatures during the respective portions of the print pass.
|10.||WO||WO/2015/012817 - ENERGY STORAGE DEVICE||29.01.2015||
||PCT/US2013/051755||EMPIRE TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT LLC||CHANG, Hui Huang|
Embodiments of the disclosure set forth energy storage devices. Some example energy storage devices include a first hybrid capacitor, a first battery and an electric double-layer capacitor. The first hybrid capacitor includes a first positive electrode, a first negative electrode and a first electrolyte. The first battery couples to the first hybrid capacitor and includes a second positive electrode, a second negative electrode and a second electrolyte. The electric double-layer capacitor couples to the first battery and includes a third positive electrode, a third negative electrode and a third electrolyte. The first positive electrode includes the second positive electrode.