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|1.||WO||WO/2011/102967 - AUDIO DECODER AND DECODING METHOD USING EFFICIENT DOWNMIXING||25.08.2011||
|PCT/US2011/023533||DOLBY LABORATORIES LICENSING CORPORATION||THESING, Robin|
A method, an apparatus, a computer readable storage medium configured with instructions for carrying out a method, and logic encoded in one or more computer- readable tangible medium to carry out actions. The method is to decode audio data that includes N.n channels to M.m decoded audio channels, including unpacking metadata and unpacking and decoding frequency domain exponent and mantissa data; determining transform coefficients from the unpacked and decoded frequency domain exponent and mantissa data; inverse transforming the frequency domain data; and in the case M
|2.||WO||WO/2011/079445 - MOLECULAR MARKERS FOR RICE BROWN PLANTHOPPER RESISTANCE GENE AND THEIR APPLICATION||07.07.2011||
|PCT/CN2009/076244||WUHAN UNIVERSITY||HE, Guangcun|
Molecular markers for rice planthopper resistance gene Bph14 are provided. The Bph14 gene belongs to the CC-NBS-LRR gene family, and its coded protein is related to plant disease resistance. Bph14 gene has the function of resisting brown planthopper. By determining Bph14 gene molecular markers in rice varieties, breeding is improved. Harm caused by brown planthopper can be alleviated and the aim of increasing and stabilizing production can be achieved.
|3.||WO||WO/2011/069114 - APPARATUSES, DEVICE, AND METHODS FOR CLEANING TESTER INTERFACE CONTACT ELEMENTS AND SUPPORT HARDWARE||09.06.2011||
|PCT/US2010/058971||INTERNATIONAL TEST SOLUTIONS, INC.||HUMPHREY, Alan, E.|
A medium for predictably cleaning the contact elements and support hardware of a tester interface, such as a probe card and a test socket, while it is still in manual, semi-automated, and automated handling device and the electrical test equipment is disclosed so that the functionality and performance of the individual die or IC package may be electrically evaluated.
|4.||WO||WO/2011/062195 - IMAGE RECEPTION DEVICE||26.05.2011||
|PCT/JP2010/070498||SONY CORPORATION||NAGANO, Hidetoshi|
Disclosed is an image reception device provided with: a reception unit that receives a combined image in which a first image and a second image are disposed in a single frame; and an acquisition unit that acquires region information which is sent together with the combined image and indicates the region the first image is in. The image reception device has a non-stereoscopic display mode in which only the first image is displayed, on the basis of the region information, and/or a stereoscopic display mode in which the first image and the second image are displayed as a stereoscopic image.
|5.||WO||WO/2011/060454 - ESTABLISHING A MESH NETWORK WITH WIRED AND WIRELESS LINKS||19.05.2011||
|PCT/US2010/056908||RUCKUS WIRELESS, INC.||MIU, Allen|
Embodiments of the present invention solve problems experienced by mesh networks concerning loop formation where two nodes are connected by both a wired and wireless link. The present invention prevents or 'breaks' a loop that would otherwise result in continually repeating and delayed network data transmission.
|6.||WO||WO/2011/056249 - FIN-RING PROPELLER FOR A WATER CURRENT POWER GENERATION SYSTEM||12.05.2011||
|PCT/US2010/023598||ANADARKO PETROLEUM CORPORATION||BOLIN, William, D.|
A water current power generation system is provided, including a plurality of flotation tubes joined by a body structure; a plurality of ballast chambers joined by a body structure; a plurality of induction type power generation units disposed within housings associated with one or more of the flotation chambers, ballast chambers and body structure; and a plurality of propellers disposed in mechanical communication with each of the induction type generator units. In one presently preferred embodiment, a plurality of propellers disposed in communication with a plurality of induction type generator units, wherein the propellers each include one or more concentrically disposed rings, with each of the concentrically disposed rings having an inner ring member, an outer ring member, and a plurality of curved fin members separated by gap spaces disposed between the inner and outer ring members. Methods and means of deploying, positioning, maintaining, controlling and operating the system are also provided, as are detailed descriptions of novel inductor type generators used to obtain power from fast moving water currents, flotation tanks for tensioning the system against a submerged anchoring system disposed on an associated seafloor, and fluid- filled ballast chambers equipped with multiple sub-chambers that lend precision control and continuous adjustability to the system.
|7.||WO||WO/2011/030972 - ONLINE CAPSULE LOTTERY SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR SAME||17.03.2011||
|PCT/KR2009/007813||REDDUCK INC.||KIM, Gijin|
The present invention relates to an online capsule lottery system and to a method for same, and more particularly, to an online capsule lottery system and to a method for same which provide a lottery event in which a plurality of capsules are included in an online game, wherein high-grade item content given a high ability ranking in the online game is matched to at least one of the capsules, and lottery results are determined after capsules are extracted by the selection of the user, so as to provide the high-grade item content. According to the present invention, even a player that has only recently begun playing the online game is given the opportunity to purchase a desired amount of the capsules and the chance to possess the high-grade item content, thus enabling the player to easily become familiar with the online game. In addition, by adjusting winning odds in accordance with various ways of matching high-grade item content with capsules, capsule purchase accumulation, and time of capsule purchase, the system and method of the present invention prevent the balance of a game from being disrupted due to an indiscriminate distribution of items, and also encourage the continued participation of users in the capsule lottery service in order to raise the level of participation in the lottery system.
|8.||WO||WO/2011/028365 - MODULE AND ASSEMBLY FOR MANAGING THE FLOW OF WATER||10.03.2011||
|PCT/US2010/044730||STORMTRAP LLC||MAY, Justin, Ivan|
Modules for use in an assembly for managing the flow of water beneath a ground surface and assemblies of such modules are disclosed. The modules include supports and a deck portion and the supports are spaced apart and form channels with a main section of the deck portion. The deck portion also includes at least one section extending from a main section.
|9.||WO||WO/2011/025861 - COMBINED TEXTILE ABRADING AND COLOR MODIFICATION||03.03.2011||
|PCT/US2010/046763||DANISCO US INC.||SALA, Rafael, F.|
Described are compositions and methods for the enzymatic abrading and color modification of dyed textiles. The compositions and methods permit a textile manufacturer to obtain a wide variety of different textile finishes and colors using exclusively enzymatic methods.
|10.||WO||WO/2011/016233 - RESIN COMPOSITION FOR SOLAR CELL-SEALING MATERIAL||10.02.2011||
|PCT/JP2010/004913||TOYO INK SC HOLDINGS CO., LTD.||MASUKO, Keisuke|
Disclosed is a resin composition for a solar cell-sealing material, which enables the improvement in initial conversion efficiency of a solar cell module, the prevention of the deterioration in transparency of a resin, the prevention of the deterioration in adhesion to a protective member as time elapsed, and the prevention of the reduction in conversion efficiency. The resin composition comprises an ethylene copolymer and at least one substance selected from (i) a compound represented by formula (1), (ii) a burned product of the substance (i), (iii) a compound represented by formula (2) and (iv) a burned product of the substance (iii). The substance (i) has an average plate surface diameter of 0.01 to 0.9 μm and a refractive index of 1.45 to 1.55, and the substance (iii) has an average plate surface diameter of 0.02 to 0.9 μm and a refractive index of 1.48 to 1.6. Mg1-a·Ala(OH)2·Ann-a/n·bH2O ··· formula (1) (0.2 ≤ a ≤ 0.35, 0 ≤ b ≤ 1, An: an anion having a valency of n) (McMg1-c)1-d·Ald(OH)2·Bmm-d/m·eH2O ··· formula (2) (M represents a metal selected from Ni, Zn and Ca, 0.2 ≤ c ≤ 1, 0.2 ≤ d ≤ 0.4, 0 ≤ e ≤ 4, Bm: an anion having a valency of m)