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|1.||WO||WO/2012/108898 - ANTI-SOCIAL PROTOCOL FOR EMERGENCY DISPATCH||16.08.2012||
|PCT/US2011/042582||CLAWSON, Jeffrey J.||CLAWSON, Jeffrey J.|
Systems and methods are provided to guide an emergency dispatcher in responding to emergency calls involving a hate crime or other anti-social behavior. The systems and methods can include an emergency police dispatch protocol configured to facilitate uniform and consistent gathering of information about an incident being reported. The emergency police dispatch protocol includes one or more dispatch protocols configured for particular incidents or emergency situations, such as to aid the dispatcher in processing calls relating to anti-social behavior. The emergency police dispatch protocol presents a pre-scripted interrogation, including preprogrammed inquiries for a dispatcher to ask the caller. The pre-scripted interrogation of the dispatch protocol facilitates uniform and consistent gathering of information relating to hate crimes and other anti-social behavior. The information gathered can be stored and/or processed to determine a determinant value corresponding to an appropriate emergency dispatch response.
|2.||WO||WO/2011/142768 - SYSTEMS AND METHODS FOR AUTOMATED, RAPID DETECTION OF HIGH-ATOMIC-NUMBER MATERIALS||17.11.2011||
|PCT/US2010/035048||RAPISCAN SECURITY PRODUCTS, INC.||ARMISTEAD, Robert, A. Jr.|
The present invention is directed to an inspection system that has a radiation source, a detector array, an inspection region, and a processing unit, where the processing unit a) obtains a radiographic image, b) segments the radiographic image based on radiation attenuation or transmission, c) identifies at least one segmented area on the radiographic image, d) filters the at least one segmented area using at least one geometric filter, e) generates feature vectors using the filtered segmented area; and f) compares the feature vectors against predefined values to determine whether a high-atomic-number object is present.
|3.||WO||WO/2011/107806 - A TELECOMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM FOR MAKING OUTBOUND VOICE/DATA TRANSMISSIONS FROM A TELECOMMUNICATIONS DEVICE||09.09.2011||
|PCT/GB2011/050438||COMPLIANT PHONES LIMITED||NASH, Curtis|
A telecommunications system (1) comprises an electronic call centre (9), and routing means provided on a transmitting telecommunications device (23). The system (1) is operative to automatically establish a persistent data connection between the electronic call centre (9) and the routing means. The transmitting telecommunications device (23) is operative to subsequently initiate an outbound voice/data transmission over a telecommunications network to a recipient telecommunications device (25), at least one of the routing means and the electronic call centre (9) being operative, using the persistent data connection, to transmit at least one control signal therebetween indicative of successful communication between the electronic call centre (9) and the routing means. Receipt of the control signal by at least one of the routing means and the electronic call centre (9) enabling the routing means to route the outbound voice/data transmission from the transmitting telecommunications device (23), via the electronic call centre (9), to the recipient telecommunications device (25).
|4.||WO||WO/2011/106020 - MIXED-FLOW DUCTED FAN||01.09.2011||
|PCT/US2010/025625||HEWLETT-PACKARD DEVELOPMENT COMPANY, L.P.||FRANZ, John, P.|
In accordance with at least some embodiments, a computer system includes an enclosure (202) configured to hold at least one resource unit (204). The computer system also comprises a plurality of mixed-flow ducted fans units (400) selectively attached to the enclosure (202). Each mixed-flow ducted fan unit (400) comprises a duct (102) having an intake diameter, a bellmouth diameter, and an exhaust diameter. The bellmouth diameter is less than the intake diameter and the exhaust diameter.
|5.||WO||WO/2011/103385 - SECURE, POLICY-BASED COMMUNICATIONS SECURITY AND FILE SHARING ACROSS MIXED MEDIA, MIXED-COMMUNICATIONS MODALITIES AND EXTENSIBLE TO CLOUD COMPUTING SUCH AS SOA||25.08.2011||
|PCT/US2011/025380||AVAYA INC.||KENNEDY, Kevin, J.|
A system and method are provided to monitor and prevent potential enterprise policy and/or rule violations by subscribers.
|6.||WO||WO/2011/098812 - A CASINO GAME THAT ALLOWS BLACKJACK TYPE GAMES, POKER TYPE GAMES, ROULETTE TYPE GAMES AND OTHER GAMES TO BE PLAYED SIMULTANEOUSLY OR IN ISOLATION||18.08.2011||
|PCT/GB2011/050239||THOMSON, Calum||THOMSON, Calum|
Gaming apparatus is disclosed comprising a roulette wheel and a gaming table wherein the roulette wheel is marked such that each slot represents a distinct playing card and the gaming table is marked with a grid of distinct areas representing playing cards. The cards chosen to be represented on the roulette wheel are a selection of the available card values such as to allow a desired combination of cards corresponding to a winning hand in a selected card game to result from successive spins of the roulette wheel. In addition the gaming table is marked with distinct playing areas representing individual playing cards and/or particular combinations of playing cards representing winning card combinations as found in particular card games. The winning card combinations are selected from the winning card combinations found in the card games black jack and/or poker.
|7.||WO||WO/2011/093862 - MANAGING ELECTRIC ENERGY DISTRIBUTION TO MULTIPLE LOADS USING SELECTIVE CAPPING||04.08.2011||
|PCT/US2010/022473||HEWLETT-PACKARD DEVELOPMENT COMPANY, L.P.||HUMPHREY, Daniel|
An electric energy distribution system may include plural loads configured to receive electric energy from a common feed or branch. Each of the loads may be configured to operate in at least first and second modes such that it may consume current, VA or power up to a first cap when running in its first mode and up to a second cap when running in its second mode. The first cap may be higher than the second cap. A sensor component may monitor a parameter that corresponds to an aggregate amount of electric energy being consumed by all of the plural loads from the common feed or branch. A manager component may be configured, when the parameter meets or exceeds the threshold, to select one of the loads currently running in its first mode and to cause the selected load to run in its second mode.
|8.||WO||WO/2011/087589 - SYSTEM, METHOD, AND APPARATUS FOR A CACHE FLUSH OF A RANGE OF PAGES AND TLB INVALIDATION OF A RANGE OF ENTRIES||21.07.2011||
|PCT/US2010/058236||INTEL CORPORATION||DIXON, Martin G.|
Systems, methods, and apparatus for performing the flushing of a plurality of cache lines and/or the invalidation of a plurality of translation look-aside buffer (TLB) entries is described. In one such method, for flushing a plurality of cache lines of a processor a single instruction including a first field that indicates that the plurality of cache lines of the processor are to be flushed and in response to the single instruction, flushing the plurality of cache lines of the processor.
|9.||WO||WO/2011/087558 - CONTROLLING TIME STAMP COUNTER (TSC) OFFSETS FOR MULITPLE CORES AND THREADS||21.07.2011||
|PCT/US2010/056165||INTEL CORPORATION||DIXON, Martin|
In one embodiment, the present invention includes a method for recording a time stamp counter (TSC) value of a first TSC counter of a processor before a system suspension, accessing the stored TSC value after the system suspension, and directly updating a thread offset value associated with a first thread executing on a first core of the processor with the stored TSC value, without performing a synchronization between a plurality of cores of the processor. Other embodiments are described and claimed.
|10.||WO||WO/2011/084214 - METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR PERFORMING A SHIFT AND EXCLUSIVE OR OPERATION IN A SINGLE INSTRUCTION||14.07.2011||
|PCT/US2010/054754||INTEL CORPORATION||GOPAL, Vinodh|
Method and apparatus for performing a shift and XOR operation. In one embodiment, an apparatus includes execution resources to execute a first instruction. In response to the first instruction, said execution resources perform a shift and XOR on at least one value.