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1. WO/2006/011232 RECONFIGURABLE CIRCUIT AND CONTROLLING METHOD OF RECONFIGURABLE CIRCUITWO02.02.2006
G06F 15/80
PCT/JP2004/010953FUJITSU LIMITEDFUJISAWA, Hisanori
Mounting efficiency of processing elements of pipeline processing is enhanced to increase processing performance. Circuitry of the processing elements (PEs; 4a-4d) is reconfigured by configuration information to perform a specified processing. Storage sections (1a, 1b) store the configuration information of the PEs (4a-4d). A storage switching section (2) stores, while switching the storage sections (1a, 1b), the configuration information at each stage of pipeline processing (5) processed by the PEs (4a-4d). A configuration information output section (3) outputs the configuration information in the storage sections (1a, 1b) to the PEs (4a-4d) while switching the storage sections (1a, 1b).

2. WO/2006/100776 MEMORY ADDRESS MANAGEMENT BY FIRMWAREWO28.09.2006
G06F 12/16
PCT/JP2005/005352FUJITSU LIMITEDENDOU, Shin
There is provided an information processing device including a CPU for executing an OS and firmware, a plurality of memory controllers for controlling write-in and read-out to/from a plurality of memories and monitoring an error, and a plurality of memories connected to the respective memory controllers. The memory controller successively reads memory areas of the memories connected to the memory controller and monitors the error region. The firmware converts an address grasped by the memory controller corresponding to the error region, into a logical address for supply to the OS.

3. WO/2006/012254 SIGNAL DRIVE DE-EMPHASIS FOR MEMORY BUSWO02.02.2006
G06F 13/40
PCT/US2005/022358INTEL CORPORATIONWALKER, Clinton
Apparatus and method to vary the strength with which a signal transmitted by a driver circuit of a transmitting device to a receiving circuit across a conductor such that a transmitted voltage level is driven onto a conductor with a reduced strength where adjacent binary bits values are of the same value so as to avoid building up capacitive a charge of either an undesirably high or undesirably low voltage level as a result of continuing to drive the same voltage level with the same strength, and such that a transmitted voltage level is driven onto a conductor with a greater strength where the voltage level now being transmitted differs from the previous voltage level so as to overcome the capacitive charge of the previous voltage level that may have built up, more quickly.

4. WO/2006/014400 SYSTEM AND METHOD TO DETECT ERRORS AND PREDICT POTENTIAL FAILURESWO09.02.2006
G06F 11/07
PCT/US2005/023733INTEL CORPORATIONMUKHERJEE, Udayan
A system is disclosed that includes a component, a fault table configured to receive fault information associated with the component, and a diagnosis processor configured to read the fault information from the fault table and initiate corrective action as a function of the fault information. A method for handling faults in the system is also disclosed.

5. WO/2006/027922 INFORMATION PROCESSING UNIT AND METHOD, AND PROGRAMWO16.03.2006
G06F 3/033
PCT/JP2005/014573SONY CORPORATIONSUGIYAMA, Katsuhiro
Information processing unit and method and a program for preventing an operation not intended by a user from being executed when the display position and size of an operating button is changed in response to a change in the aspect ratio of an image. An aspect ratio monitoring unit (51) monitors the aspect ratio change of a moving image to be reproduced. An image display/control unit (52) controls a method of displaying a moving image to be displayed on a display based on an aspect ratio to be identified. A button display/control unit (53) changes the display size of an operating button to be displayed in superposition on a display based on an aspect ration to be identified. A sensing area setting unit (54) sets an area (sensing area) on a touch panel. An operation judging unit (55) judges an operating button operated by a user. A command generating unit (56) generates a command signal corresponding to the judgment result by the operation judging unit (55) and output it to a corresponding portion. This invention is applicable to, for example, a video camera.

6. WO/2006/011398 INFORMATION PROCESSING DEVICE AND METHOD, RECORDING MEDIUM, AND PROGRAMWO02.02.2006
G06F 21/62
PCT/JP2005/013289SONY CORPORATIONSAKAI, Yusuke
An information processing device and method, a recording medium, and a program for enabling persons residing at remote places to enjoy simultaneous reproduction of various contents while promoting protection of copyright and privacy. A copyright authentication section (112) judges, from copyright limit information added to a content and license information stored in a license storage section (62), whether or not use of the content is possible, controls a charging section (114) according to the result of the judgment, and instructs an authentication server and the charging section (114) to perform charge. A privacy authentication section (115) judges, from privacy limit information added to the content and privacy information, whether or not use of the content is possible, controls a permission requesting section (117) according to the result of the judgment, and instructs the permission requesting section (117) to communicate with a communication device having a right of privacy management of the content. This invention is applicable to a communication system assisting users in doing remote place communication with one another.

7. WO/2006/036333 METHOD FOR SPECIFYING AN IMMEDIATE VALUE IN AN INSTRUCTIONWO06.04.2006
G06F 17/00
PCT/US2005/028825FREESCALE SEMICONDUCTOR, INC.MOYER, William C.
A data processing system uses a data processor instruction (60) that forms an immediate value (67). The data processing instruction uses a first field (67) as a portion of the immediate value. A second field (66) of the data processing instruction determines a positional location of the portion of the immediate value within the immediate value. A bit value in a third field (65) of the data processing instruction is used to determine a remainder of the immediate value.

8. WO/2006/023569 A METHOD OF INCREASING THE SPATIAL RESOLUTION OF TOUCH SENSITIVE DEVICESWO02.03.2006
G06F 3/044
PCT/US2005/029270FINGERWORKS, INC.WESTERMAN, Wayne, Carl
Disclosed herein is a capacitive touch sensitive device. One aspect of the touch sensitive device described herein is a reduction in the number of sensor circuits needed for circular or linear capacitive touch sensitive devices while maintaining the same resolution and absolute position determination for a single object. A related aspect of the touch sensitive device described herein a coding pattern that allows each sensor circuit of a capacitive touch sensitive device to share multiple electrodes at specially chosen locations in a sensor array such that the ability to determine the absolute position of a single object over the array is not compromised.

9. WO/2006/038398 MOBILE INFORMATION TERMINAL AND DISPLAY CONTROL PROGRAMWO13.04.2006
G06F 12/00
PCT/JP2005/016015MATSUSHITA ELECTRIC INDUSTRIAL CO., LTD.TANAKA, Takashi
It is possible to inclusively grasp the file containing a content corresponding to the search condition and improve the user friendliness. There is provided a mobile information terminal includes a display unit (10) for displaying a content of a plurality of files corresponding to the respective applications. The mobile information terminal further includes a content search result display control unit (31) having the function for acquiring files including the content corresponding to the search condition, the function for arranging the acquired files for each application in accordance with a predetermined layout, and the function for causing the display unit to display the arranged files.

10. WO/2006/045844 VIRTUAL COMPUTING INFRASTRUCTUREWO04.05.2006
G06F 1/00
PCT/EP2005/055638HEWLETT-PACKARD DEVELOPMENT COMPANY, L.P.EDWARDS, Nigel John
A system has a virtual overlay infrastructure mapped onto physical resources for processing, storage and network communications, the virtual infrastructure having virtual entities for processing, storage and network communications. Virtual infrastructures of different users share physical resources but are isolated. Each infrastructure has its own infrastructure controller to create and configure the infrastructure. It has a user accessible part (CFC) for configuration of that user's infrastructure, and a user inaccessible part (UFC) able to access the mapping and the physical resources. This increases user control to ease system administration, while maintaining security by limiting access to the mapping.


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