||WO||WO/2014/112860 - AGE MULTI-INDEXED BROWSER (AMIB)||24.07.2014||
||PCT/MY2013/000023||FOO, Kee Suan||FOO, Kee Suan|
AGE Multi Indexed Browser is a multi indexed access browser accessing ICANN and multiple Non ICANN indexed pages. It has its own inbuilt non- ICANN indexed groups accessible from the same address box accessing web sites.The Normal Browsers are only able to access ICANN'S indexed web pages and all indexed addresses are either numberic or words without spaces e.g. www.paperlesshomework.com instead of Paperless Homework which is easier to remember. AGE Multi Indexed Browser allows users to key in just one commonly easy-to-remember indexed words to reach out to both ICANN'S web pages and non ICANN's pages containing more links and Apps to enable very easy communication between Staff Customers/General public. AGE Multi Indexed Browser overcomes the most challenging problems faced by Web owners to connect with their visitors and clients visiting their websites. With it, they are able to intuitively reach either the ICANN's web sites or other indexed desktop pages which can consolidate all kinds of Applications into one page. AGE Multi Indexed Browser (AMIB) allows more ICANN or non ICANN based indexed addresses to be incorporated in the future. The invention allows addressing of starting four characters "wwa." to "wwz." (where www is used by ICANN'S web addressing) "wwa." has been designated to call up AMIB's AGECityConnect's indexed group pages as well as the web pages associated with the address. E.g. www.abc.com land one in only one web site ie. www.abc.com. However, wwa.abc.com will land the user both AGECityConnect Group indexed pages plus www.abc.com (provided wwa.abc.com has been pre-registered with AMIB).
||WO||WO/2014/112862 - A SYSTEM AND A METHOD FOR DETERMINING PRIORITY OF VISUALS||24.07.2014||
||PCT/MY2014/000005||MIMOS BERHAD||CHAN, Ching Hau|
The present invention relates to a system (100) for determining priority of visuals (220) and a method thereof. The system (100) comprises a plurality of visual capturing components (10) for capturing visuals (220); an event detecting component (50) for detecting events in the visuals (220) associated with each of the visual capturing component (10) and a visual priority determining component (110) for determining the priority of the visuals (220) of the visual capturing component (10) based on a set of parameters.
||WO||WO/2014/112863 - A WIRELESS ACCESS DEVICE, SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR ROUTING MULTICAST TRAFFIC||24.07.2014||
||PCT/MY2014/000006||MIMOS BERHAD||SIVANAND, Sridhar|
A wireless access device (100), system (200) and method for routing multicast traffic for nodes between a first network and a second network has been disclosed. The wireless access device (100) comprises a backhaul module (10) for receiving packets from the first network and a multicast module (40) for checking the multicast translation table (90) and converting the multicast packets to a Multimedia Access Control (MAC) layer unicast packets. The multicast module (40) is further adapted for forwarding the MAC layer unicast packets to the access module (70) through the second bridge module (60). The access module (70) is adapted for forwarding the MAC layer unicast packets to subscribed nodes on the second network.
||WO||WO/2014/112866 - THE BEST TEN COLOURS CODING SYSTEM||24.07.2014||
||PCT/MY2014/000021||TAN, Han Hoo||TAN, Han Hoo|
Colours speak and "The Best Ten Colours Coding System " speaks clearly. The Hanyu "CAISE PINYIN " or " COLOUR PINYIN " is a good example. "The Best Ten Colours Coding System " can be easily learnt and remembered and it is user-friendly. An instruction can be quickly and clearly understood if it is used. By applying "The Best Ten Colours Coding System " in documentation; searching, retrieving and updating of data will be very much easier and faster. "The Best Ten Colours Coding System " can make the world more colourful and beautiful. The world will become more friendly and people will be happier if it is widely used.
||WO||WO/2014/112861 - AN ANTIVIRAL PHARMACEUTICAL COMPOSITION||24.07.2014||
||PCT/MY2014/000004||HERBITEC (M) SDN BHD||BIN ABU BAKAR, Sazaly|
The present invention relates to a pharmaceutical composition for use in reducing dengue virus count and treating or preventing dengue virus infection, comprising a therapeutically or prophylactically effective amount of an aqueous extract or bioactive compound derived from Scutellaria baicalensis. Use of this pharmaceutical composition as an antiviral drug or prophylaxis for dengue virus infection is also disclosed in the present invention.
||WO||WO/2014/112865 - A METHOD OF PRODUCING A UNITARY PIPE HAVING A COMBINATION OF SQUARE AND CIRCULAR CROSS SECTIONS||24.07.2014||
||PCT/MY2014/000008||UNIVERSITI MALAYA||TAN, Chin, Joo|
A method of producing a unitary pipe having a combination of square and circular cross sections comprising the steps of securely clamping a workpiece (10) or a pipe having a square cross section to a workpiece grip of a lathe machine; spinning the securely clamped workpiece (10) according to a predetermined spinning speed by operating the lathe machine; heating up a predetermined portion of the workpiece (10) with a heating torch (12); extinguishing the heating torch (12) once the required maximum temperature is reached; pressing a roller having a flat rim (13) against the heated portion of the workpiece (10) to gradually transform its square cross section into a circular cross section; and pressing the transformed portion with a roller having a round rim (14) when the workpiece (10) is at a predetermined lower temperature to produce a rounded common spot of the square cross section and the transformed circular cross section.
||WO||WO/2014/112864 - METHOD OF FABRICATING A BOND PAD IN A SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE||24.07.2014||
||PCT/MY2014/000007||MIMOS BERHAD||AMIR, Mohammad Fairuz|
In fabricating a bond pad in a semiconductor device, the silicon nitride and silicon dioxide layers are separately etched using fluorine-based plasma in a reactive ion etching process chamber. Each layer's recipe is customized, instead of using the same recipe or parameters for both layers as conventionally practiced, so that the initial undercut structure is prevented from forming and growing into the undesirable trench on the surface of the nitride layer. Next, solvent cleaning process is done after the etching so that the unwanted polymers formed during the etching may be removed. The remaining photoresist is then removed using a microwave oxygen plasma ashing method. The last layer, TiN ARC, is then removed using a chlorine- based plasma in a reactive ion etch process chamber. Finally, the exposed metal bond pad surface is cleaned with a solvent-free cleaning agent to remove the unwanted residues and by-products from the TiN ARC etching to avoid pitting corrosion of the metal surface.
||WO||WO/2014/109628 - SWIVEL BAR PEDAL LOCK||17.07.2014||
||PCT/MY2013/000001||NG, Chee, Wah||NG, Chee, Wah|
A pedal lock comprising an elongate frame (110) wherein is installed a first locking mechanism (202) operating a swivel bar (130) pivoted at distal end of the elongate frame. The swivel bar (130) is pivotable in quarter turn between a horizontal first position, wherein the pedal is locked, and a second vertical unlocked position. A mounting member (140) extends from the elongate frame (110) to anchor onto a fixed part of the vehicle body to immovably affix the pedal lock relative to said vehicle. A first (125) and second lock (126) may be provided to secure the pedal lock in the locked position. A sliding mechanism (220) enables a single step hand actuation to simultaneously lock both (125, 126) locks. For safety protection against accidental locking, one of the locking pins (230) may be adapted to be latched against movement until released by pressing of a button (125a) before the pedal may be actuated to locking position by the sliding mechanism (220). To unlock, each of the two locks needs to be unlocked individually by key before the pedal lock may be released.
||WO||WO/2014/109629 - A METHOD FOR IDENTIFYING A GANODERMA-INFECTED PALM TREE||17.07.2014||
||PCT/MY2013/000187||SIME DARBY MALAYSIA BERHAD||TONY OOI ENG KEONG|
This invention relates to a method for identifying a Ganoderma-infected palm tree. The method comprises isolating protein from a sample derived from leaves of a palm tree; determining protein profile of the sample by subjecting the proteins from the sample to gel electrophoresis on a 2-dimensional gel; and comparing the protein profile of the sample to a protein profile obtainable from a normal non-Ganoderma- infected palm tree, wherein a difference in the protein profile of the sample as compared to the protein profile of the normal non-Ganoderma-infected palm tree indicates that the palm tree is infected with Ganoderma disease.
||WO||WO/2014/109631 - ALL NEW PHYSICAL REFINER||17.07.2014||
||PCT/MY2014/000011||OILTEK SDN BHD||YONG, Khai Weng|
Present invention disclosed a physical refinery system comprising programmable logic controller (PLC) and sensor installed at said refinery and connected to PLC to give appropriate response in event of error occurrence. The system further comprising heat exchangers to provide heat recovery by exchanging heat from deodorized oil to crude oil, and from deodorized oil to bleached oil respectively. The system also comprises automated processing systems in event of critical operating conditions.