||WO||WO/2014/185889 - DATACENTER HEALTH ANALYSIS USING DNS SWITCHING||20.11.2014||
||PCT/US2013/040745||EMPIRE TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT, LLC||KRUGLICK, Ezekiel|
Technologies are generally described for monitoring application health in datacenters through load rebalancing. In some examples, a domain name server (DNS) module may cyclically vary load provided to an application instance. A monitoring module may then measure application output data and/or parameters associated with the processing of the load by the application based on a difference or a comparison between parts of the cyclical load variation. The monitoring module may use the measured data / parameters to both determine the health of the application instance and to cause the DNS module to adjust the periodic variation of the load.
||WO||WO/2014/185886 - HOT PLATE STEAM SYSTEM||20.11.2014||
||PCT/US2013/040716||KADANT JOHNSON INC.||WEDEL, Gregory, L.|
A method and apparatus for improving the heating capacity of steam-heated hot plates, in which one or more separators and one or more thermocompressors are added to the output of the hot plates to separate blow-through steam from condensate and pressurize and inject the blow-through steam back into the hot plates.
||WO||WO/2014/185888 - IMPROVED MEDIA SHARING TECHNIQUES||20.11.2014||
||PCT/US2013/040738||INTEL CORPORATION||GONG, Michelle|
Improved techniques for media item sharing are described. In one embodiment, for example, an apparatus may comprise a classification module to assign a media item to a content category, a correlation module to determine context information for the media item, and an estimation module to determine a set of relevance values for a set of contacts based at least in part on a sharing history and to generate a set of suggested recipients for the media item based at least in part on the set of relevance values and the set of contacts. Other embodiments are described and claimed.
||WO||WO/2014/185902 - MANUAL FLOW REGULATION FOR BLOOD COLLECTION||20.11.2014||
||PCT/US2013/041156||BECTON, DICKINSON AND COMPANY||CRAWFORD, Jamieson, W.|
A specimen collection assembly (100) including a flow control member (106) for adjustably altering a flow path is disclosed. In one configuration, the flow control member (106) defines a regulation channel (166) in fluid communication with a lumen of a cannula (112), wherein the flow control member (106) is configured to adjustably alter an effective flow distance between the lumen of the cannula (112) and an interior of an evacuated collection container. In another configuration, the flow control member (106) is positioned to vary an effective cross-sectional area of at least one of an inlet port (346) and an outlet port (350) adapted to be in fluid communication with the lumen and the evacuated collection container.
||WO||WO/2014/185907 - DOWNHOLE ADJUSTABLE STEAM INJECTION MANDREL||20.11.2014||
||PCT/US2013/041219||HALLIBURTON ENERGY SERVICES, INC.||WILLIAMSON, JR., Jimmie Robert|
A steam injection mandrel comprises a housing generally defining an axial flow bore and comprising one or more ports, an inner mandrel disposed within the housing, and a slot formed in the inner mandrel. The slot transitions at least three hundred sixty degrees about the longitudinal axis of the housing, and the steam injection mandrel is configured to provide fluid communication between the axial flow bore and the one or more ports through the slot.
||WO||WO/2014/185933 - DYNAMIC RECONFIGURATION OF APPLICATIONS ON A MULTI-PROCESSOR EMBEDDED SYSTEM||20.11.2014||
||PCT/US2013/041942||COHERENT LOGIX, INCORPORATED||KAKU, Wilbur William|
A multiprocessor system and method for swapping applications executing on the multiprocessor system are disclosed. The plurality of applications may include a first application and a plurality of other applications. The first application may be dynamically swapped with a second application. The swapping may be performed without stopping the plurality of other applications. The plurality of other applications may continue to execute during the swapping to perform a real-time operation and process real-time data. After the swapping, the plurality of other applications may continue to execute with the second application, and at least a subset of the plurality of other applications may communicate with the second application to perform the real time operation and process the real time data.
||WO||WO/2014/185920 - THREE DIMENSIONAL USER INTERFACE IN AUGMENTED REALITY||20.11.2014||
||PCT/US2013/041397||EMPIRE TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT, LLC||KRUGLICK, Ezekiel|
Technologies are generally described for a three dimensional user interface in augmented reality. In some examples, a method for generating a virtual object in a display area may include generating a first virtual object in the display area with use of at least two viewing cones generated by a display. The method may further include receiving spatial data that relates to a location of a real object in the display area and determining that the real object is interfering with at least one of the viewing cones. The method may further include generating a second virtual object corresponding to the first virtual object. The second virtual object may be located between the display and the location of the real object.
||WO||WO/2014/185885 - LINE OF SIGHT INITIATED HANDSHAKE||20.11.2014||
||PCT/US2013/040710||EMPIRE TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT, LLC||UR, Shmuel|
Technologies are generally described for systems, devices and methods effective to implement a line of sight initiated handshake. In some examples, a processor in a first communication device may detect a line of sight directed from the first communication device to a second communication device. The first communication device may send a handshake request to the second communication device. The first communication device may receive a handshake acknowledgement from the second communication device. The handshake request and handshake acknowledgement may be effective to create the handshake. The first and second communication devices can thereafter share data.
||WO||WO/2014/185911 - CAST-IN FITTINGS FOR CONCRETE COMPONENTS AND SUPPORT CHAIRS THEREFOR||20.11.2014||
||PCT/US2013/041315||ILLINOIS TOOL WORKS INC.||BARRACLOUGH, Andrew Saul|
An assembly comprising a cast-in fitting for incorporation into a concrete component, and a chair for supporting the fitting at a required height from a casting bed, the fitting having a foot (6) supported by and engaged with the chair in such a manner that substantially the entire upper surface of the foot (6) is exposed for direct contact with the surrounding concrete.
||WO||WO/2014/185924 - DOWNHOLE TOOL CONSISTENT FLUID CONTROL||20.11.2014||
||PCT/US2013/041430||HALLIBURTON ENERGY SERVICES, INC.||CARDER, Charles, Frederick|
A downhole apparatus for use in a wellbore includes a housing having at least one passage or cavity capable of receiving a fluid. The downhole apparatus further includes an orifice in fluid communication with the passage or cavity. A viscosity-altering member is positioned in proximity to the orifice and is capable of being activated to change the viscosity of the fluid and thus a rate at which the fluid is able to pass through the orifice.