||WO||WO/2014/167717 - STORAGE SYSTEM AND STORAGE SYSTEM STORAGE CONTROL METHOD||16.10.2014||
||PCT/JP2013/061093||HITACHI, LTD.||WATANABE, Yasuo|
A controller of a main storage system: receives from an upstream device new data which is updated old data; stores the received new data in memory; reads out the old data from a first storage medium group; stores the read-out old data in the memory; generates transfer data which is data which is smaller in information quantity than the new data and is used to restore the new data in an auxiliary storage system, on the basis of the difference between the old data and the new data in the memory; transmits the transfer data to the auxiliary storage system; reads out old parity which is parity corresponding to the old data from the first storage medium group; stores the read-out old parity in the memory; generates a new parity which is an updated parity of the old parity, on the basis of old parity in the memory and XOR data which is an exclusive OR of the new data and the old data in the memory; and stores the new parity in the first storage medium group.
||WO||WO/2014/155676 - BULLDOZER||02.10.2014||
||PCT/JP2013/059554||KOMATSU LTD.||NAKAGAMI, Hiroshi|
In the engine chamber of this bulldozer, a radiator is arranged anterior to an engine. An exhaust treatment unit is arranged above the engine. A first exhaust treatment device of the exhaust treatment unit is arranged so that the longitudinal direction thereof is in the front-back direction of the vehicle. A second exhaust treatment device of the exhaust treatment unit is arranged at the side of the first exhaust treatment device so that the longitudinal direction of the second exhaust treatment device is in the front-back direction of the vehicle. An air filter is arranged between the radiator and the exhaust treatment unit in the front-back direction of the vehicle.
||WO||WO/2014/155677 - BULLDOZER||02.10.2014||
||PCT/JP2013/059555||KOMATSU LTD.||NAKAGAMI, Hiroshi|
This bulldozer is equipped with an engine, a first exhaust treatment device, a second exhaust treatment device, a relay connection pipe, and an engine hood. The first exhaust treatment device and the second exhaust treatment device are arranged above the engine. The relay connection pipe connects the first exhaust treatment device and the second exhaust treatment device. The relay connection pipe has a cylindrical main pipe, a first connecting part that connects the main pipe to the first exhaust treatment device, and a second connecting part that connects the main pipe to the second exhaust treatment device. The engine hood covers the area above the first exhaust treatment device and the second exhaust treatment device. The engine hood has an upper surface. The lower end of the main pipe is arranged above the upper end of the first exhaust treatment device and the upper end of the second exhaust treatment device. The upper surface has a protrusion that protrudes above the relay connection pipe, and a base that is formed integrally with the protrusion and that is arranged below the protrusion. In planar view of the vehicle, at least some of a line segment passing along the upper end of the main tube overlaps with the upper surface of the protrusion.
||WO||WO/2014/148935 - METHOD FOR PROTECTING THE MACHINE CODE AND IMMUTABLE DATA OF A PROGRAM FROM MODIFICATION||25.09.2014||
||PCT/RU2013/000215||PROTECTION TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH, LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY||ZATSEPIN, Alexander Nikolaevich|
This invention can be used in the field of producing technical means for copyright protection (DRM systems), including in the production of technical means ensuring the protection of program code from modification. The proposed method for executing machine code makes it possible to produce a hardware or software environment for executing program code, in which the program code is protected from modification. Protection from modification is ensured owing to the fact that the program code is formed in such a manner and the executing unit (hardware-based or virtual processor) operates in such a manner that the modification of any memory cell containing program code will lead, with a high degree of probability, to the modification of several machine commands at once. Furthermore, the location of the modifiable machine commands in the program is difficult to determine at the moment at which the content of the memory cell is modified. The operating capability of the program when such a modification is implemented will therefore be destroyed in a manner which is difficult to predict.
||WO||WO/2014/147658 - COMPOUND STORAGE SYSTEM AND STORAGE CONTROL METHOD||25.09.2014||
||PCT/JP2013/001841||HITACHI, LTD.||IMAZAKI, Miho|
A shared device unit, which comprises a storage device, is coupled to a plurality of storage systems. The shared device unit provides a plurality of storage areas, which are based on the storage device, to the plurality of storage systems. Each storage system stores allocation management information which comprises an ID of a storage area provided to thereof among the plurality of storage areas, and provides the storage area corresponded to the ID included in the allocation management information to the host computer coupled thereto among the plurality of host computers.
||WO||WO/2014/147697 - HYDRAULIC SHOVEL||25.09.2014||
||PCT/JP2013/057606||KOMATSU LTD.||SHO, Tomoyoshi|
Provided is a hydraulic shovel which facilitates a person to access the lower part of the engine room and enables the person to perform maintenance work in a natural work position. A hydraulic shovel is provided with a rotatable frame (10), an engine which is installed on the rotatable frame (10), and a counterweight (7) which is installed behind the engine on the rotatable frame (10). The counterweight (7) has formed therein a recess (80) which is recessed upward from the lower surface (71) of the counterweight (7). The rotatable frame (10) has formed therein an opening (20) which allows a person to access the space between the engine and the counterweight from the lower side of the rotatable frame (10). In a plan view, the recess (80) has a portion which overlaps the opening (20).
||WO||WO/2014/146374 - CUSHIONING PACKAGING APPARATUS FOR DRAWER TYPE LIQUID CRYSTAL GLASS||25.09.2014||
||PCT/CN2013/078259||SHENZHEN CHINA STAR OPTOELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD.||KUO, Yi-Cheng|
A cushioning packaging apparatus for drawer type liquid crystal glass comprises cushioning packaging boxes (2) and a rack (1). The rack (1) comprises a bottom plate (12) and a pair of symmetrically disposed support frames (11). The support frames (11) comprise a vertical column (111) and a plurality of support plates (112) for supporting an article. The lower part of the vertical column (111) is connected to the bottom plate (12). The support plates (112) are connected to one side of the vertical column (111), and the support plates (112) are disposed on the bottom plate (12). The cushioning packaging boxes (2) are disposed on the support plates (112). By separately transferring interaction force among the cushioning packaging boxes (2) to the rack (1), thicknesses of the walls and the bottoms of the cushioning packaging boxes (2) can be smaller, thereby helping to reduce material cost; in addition, the cushioning packaging apparatus for drawer type liquid crystal glass has characteristics of being simple and convenient in storage and fetch, small in warehousing space usage and the like.
||WO||WO/2014/143097 - CIRCUMFERENTIAL SEAL WITH CERAMIC RUNNER||18.09.2014||
||PCT/US2013/040812||STEIN SEAL COMPANY||VASAGAR, Thurai, Manik|
The disclosure describes a circumferential seal (46) applicable to turbine engines. The circumferential seal (46) includes a ceramic runner (52), an annular seal ring (49), at least one tolerance ring (70, 71), and a pair of sealing rings (68, 69). The runner (52) is circumscribed about a shaft (57) or a carrier (91) within a recess (98) along the shaft (57) and is bounded by a shoulder (55 or 92) and a clamping ring (74). At least one non-sealing spring mechanism (58 or 88) is disposed between and directly contacts the shoulder (55 or 92) and the first end (53) of the runner (52). A second end (54) of the runner (52) directly contacts the clamping ring (74). In other embodiments, at least one non-sealing spring mechanism (58 or 88) is disposed between and directly contacts the second end (54) and the clamping ring (74) and the first end (53) directly contacts the shoulder (55 or 92). An anti-rotation element (76, 89, or 96) is attached to the clamping ring (74), carrier (91), or shaft 57 and extends into a slot (78) or hole or slot (97) along the runner (52). The spring(s) (58 or 88) applies a biasing force (99) onto the runner (52) toward the clamping ring (74) or shoulder (55 or 92). The annular seal ring (49) is rotationally stationary and circumscribed about the runner (52). The tolerance ring(s) (70, 71) directly contacts the runner (52) and the shaft (57). The runner (52) is fixed to the shaft (57) or carrier (91) via the tolerance ring(s) (70, 71), anti-rotation element (76, 89, or 96), and spring(s) (58 or 88) so that the runner (52) rotates with the shaft (57). The sealing rings (68, 69) directly contact the runner (52) and the shaft (57) along the annular gap (72) about the tolerance ring(s) (70, 71).
||WO||WO/2014/139213 - CAPACITIVE TOUCH PANEL AND TOUCH DISPLAY DEVICE||18.09.2014||
||PCT/CN2013/075933||BEIJING BOE OPTOELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD.||LIU, Yingming|
Disclosed are a capacitive touch panel and a touch display device, comprising a substrate and at least one transparent conductive layer, wherein the transparent conductive layer comprises a plurality of electrode groups; each electrode group comprises a plurality of electrodes which are connected in series; one end of each electrode group is connected with an induction lead wire; at least one electrode group is arranged in a direction away from the induction lead wire; and capacitance formed by electrodes of the at least one electrode group and a common electrode is gradually reduced in the direction. In the capacitive touch panel and the touch display device according to the embodiments of the present invention, the capacitance of the electrode which is further away from the induction lead wire has a smaller value, so that signal delays of the electrodes far away from the induction lead wire are improved, and the touch sensitivity is improved.
||WO||WO/2014/142978 - LOGIC CHIP INCLUDING EMBEDDED MAGNETIC TUNNEL JUNCTIONS||18.09.2014||
||PCT/US2013/032151||INTEL CORPORATION||LEE, Kevin J.|
An embodiment integrates memory, such as spin-torque transfer magnetoresistive random access memory (STT-MRAM) within a logic chip. The STT-MRAM includes a magnetic tunnel junction (MTJ) with an upper MTJ layer, lower MTJ layer, and tunnel barrier directly contacting the upper MTJ layer and the lower MTJ layer; wherein the upper MTJ layer includes an upper MTJ layer sidewall and the lower MTJ layer includes a lower MTJ sidewall horizontally offset from the upper MTJ layer. Another embodiment includes a memory area, comprising a MTJ, and a logic area located on a substrate; wherein a horizontal plane intersects the MTJ, a first Inter-Layer Dielectric (ILD) material adjacent the MTJ, and a second ILD material included in the logic area, the first and second ILD materials being unequal to one another. In an embodiment the first and second ILDs directly contact one another. Other embodiments are described herein.