||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.
||WO||WO/2014/109630 - A SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR AN APPLICATION EXECUTION||17.07.2014||
||PCT/MY2014/000002||MIMOS BERHAD||GAI, Chew Kai|
The present invention discloses a system for an application execution. The said system comprising a management module with at least an executing means for executing applications in the management module, at least a session manager for saving and restoring applications, at least a shell manager for interpreting and executing commands, and at least a launching means for launching applications, characterized in that the management module further comprises a monitoring means for monitoring the executing means, the session manager and the shell manager, so as to obtain an access token from the executing means and to assign the access token to the launching means, for launching the application without manual intervention.
||WO||WO/2014/104869 - A SYSTEM FOR INTELLIGENT TRAFFIC CONTROL||03.07.2014||
||PCT/MY2013/000046||SENA TRAFFIC SYSTEMS SDN. BHD.||CHONG, Fui Thung, David|
The invention provides a system that intelligently manages traffic. It is comprised of a plurality of junction servers (110a, 110b, 110c, 110d, 110e) located at the intersections being controlled. The servers communicate real time traffic data among each other via a mesh network. A central server (200) remotely updates settings and software of the junction servers (110a, 110b, 110c, 110d, 110e) but it does not control the signal timing. The junction servers (110a, 110b, 110c, 110d, 110e) determine average delays per vehicle for each movement at their respective intersections.
||WO||WO/2014/104870 - MOUNTING CUP AND COLLAR ASSEMBLY FOR PLASTICS AEROSOL CONTAINER||03.07.2014||
||PCT/MY2013/000263||SOUTHERN STAR CORPORATION||SALAMEH, Asim|
A container for dispensing an aerosol product. The container (1) includes a body (2) formed of plastics material such as PET, and a mounting cup and collar assembly (53). The body (2) includes a neck (10) defining an opening (50) having internal and external walls (5 and 52), respectively. The mounting cup and collar assembly (53) is formed of malleable material, and is shaped to straddle the internal and external walls (51 and 52) of the opening (50), and be crimped to the external wall (52) of the neck (10). The mounting cup and collar assembly (53) is preferably of unitary construction, and, includes a lining (60) on its inner surface to assist in providing a seal between the components.
||WO||WO/2014/098557 - A SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR DETERMINING FREQUENCY OF A SIGNAL||26.06.2014||
||PCT/MY2013/000238||MIMOS BHD.||LAM, Kien Seng|
The present invention relates to a system (100) for determining frequency of a signal, comprising: an input (10) for receiving a signal; a delaying means (20) comprising a plurality of first delay cells (21), connected to the input (10) for receiving the signal, and delaying the signal by a first predetermined period to produce delayed signals; and an evaluating means (30) comprising a plurality of capturing means (32) connected to the delaying means (20) for capturing the delay signals and determining frequency of the signal; characterized in that the evaluating means (30) further comprises: a second delay cell (31) connected to the input (10) and at least a corresponding capturing means (32) for delaying the signal by a second predetermined period; a detector (33) connected to the plurality of capturing means (32) for receiving the captured delayed signals and detecting a predetermined pattern; and a processor (34) operating with the detector (33) for determining frequency of the signal, wherein the signal is a clock signal.
||WO||WO/2014/098560 - A SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR TRANSFORMING AN ABSTRACT REPRESENTATION TO A LINGUISTIC REPRESENTATION AND VICE VERSA||26.06.2014||
||PCT/MY2013/000252||MIMOS BERHAD||BEN MOHAMED, Khalil|
The present invention relates to a system and method for linguistic processing. The system (100) comprises a representation processor (110) having an abstractor component (120) and a specializer component (130), a stored mappings database (140), a standard vocabularies database (150), and a linguistic ontologies database (160). The abstractor component (120) transforms a linguistic representation into an abstract representation by using abstraction rules. The abstractor component (120) includes a concepts and properties extractor component (121), a verb determinator component (122), a schemas extractor component (123), a schemas mapper component (124), and a concepts and properties matcher component (125). The specializer component (120) transforms an abstract representation into a linguistic representation by using specialization rules. The specializer component (130) includes a triple extractor component (131), a property matcher component (132), a verb determinator component (133), a verb mapper component (134), a semantic roles mapper component (135) and a triple assembler component (136).
||WO||WO/2014/098559 - A METHOD OF ACCELERATED SPARQL QUERY PROCESSING||26.06.2014||
||PCT/MY2013/000246||MIMOS BERHAD||CHONG, Poh Kit|
A method of SPARQL query processing comprising the steps of parsing a SPARQL query to form one or more statement lists, expanding the statement lists into temporary tables of results, and merging the temporary tables of results at their intersections to generate output variable results.
||WO||WO/2014/098563 - SERVER-BASED URL MANAGEMENT METHOD AND SYSTEM||26.06.2014||
||PCT/MY2013/000261||MIMOS BERHAD||WONG, Chin Wee|
A method implemented in a client-server network to redirect a client to a web page hosted at a local server in the network upon internet being disconnected is down is disclosed. In one embodiment, our method organizes and manages a client's web browsing request by identifying the client by its Internet Protocol (IP) address and associates it to the URL of each website visited thereby. For each new webside accessed and/or URL request sent, it is added to the user's URL History. Each website or URL is ten categorized as whether the resources is hosted in a server located either internal or external to the network. When internet connection is down, the user's browser would indicate such disconnection and redirect the user to a webpage hosted in a local server wherein is shown a list of resources hosted in internal servers which are still available for browsing. Upon detecting Internet connection being restored, indicating such re-connection and re- enabling said URLs of external servers with hyperlinking.