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1. WO/2017/081430 INSTANTLY ERECTING AND LOWERING BOX FOR MULTIPLE USAGEWO18.05.2017
B65D 5/36
PCT/GB2015/000328NOMICAS, Paul AndrewNOMICAS, Paul Andrew
An instantly erecting and collapsing box derives from a planar box precursor layout and is formed of at least twenty one sections, sixteen of which are triangular (2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18 19, 20) and (21) and four being rectangular (10, 11, 12, 13) and a central square or other base (1), in a preferred embodiment, the base structure comprises a plurality of flaps and sections attaching directly or tentatively to the base area, to a form a plurality of exterior and interior surfaces which form structural panels when erected, folded or folded over other sections and held in place, these are then able to be instantly collapsed and erected at will, due to the inward tendency of the folding and scoring of the said panels, with all sections folding simultaneously due to this tendency of the folds to fall inwardly and the affixed side flaps holding four triangular sections between them in an affixed manner, boxes of slightly differing sizes may be used in an upturned manner as closures or lids for lower boxes and additional side flaps may also form lids or closures thereon.

2. WO/2017/081434 REDUNDANT REPRESENTATION OF NUMERIC VALUE USING OVERLAP BITSWO18.05.2017
G06F 7/50
PCT/GB2016/051499ARM LIMITEDBURGESS, Neil
A redundant representation is provided where an M-bit value represents a P-bit numeric value using a plurality of N-bit portions, where M>P>N. An anchor value identifies the significance of bits of each N-bit, and within a group of at least two adjacent N-bit portions, two or more overlap bits of a lower N-bit portion of the group have a same significance as two or more least significant bits of at least one upper N-bit portion of the group. A plurality of operation circuit units can perform a plurality of independent N-bit operation in parallel, each N-bit operation comprising computing a function of corresponding N-bit portions of at least two M-bit operand values having the redundant representation to generate a corresponding N-bit portion of an M-bit result value having the redundant representation. This enables fast associative processing of relatively long M-bit values in the time taken for performing an N-bit operation.

3. WO/2017/081435 LANE POSITION INFORMATION FOR PROCESSING OF VECTORWO18.05.2017
G06F 9/30
PCT/GB2016/051500ARM LIMITEDLUTZ, David Raymond
Processing circuitry performs a plurality of lanes of processing on respective data elements of at least one operand vector to generate corresponding result data elements of a result vector. The processing circuitry identifies lane position information for each lane of processing, the lane position information for a given lane identifying a relative position of the corresponding result data element to be generated by the given lane within a corresponding result data value spanning one or more result data elements of the result vector. The processing circuitry is configured to perform each lane of processing in dependence on the lane position information identified for that lane. This enables generation of results which are wider or narrower than the vector size supported in hardware.

4. WO/2017/081436 OVERLAP PROPAGATION OPERATIONWO18.05.2017
G06F 7/50
PCT/GB2016/051502ARM LIMITEDBURGESS, Neil
Processing circuitry is provided to perform an overlap propagating operation on a first data value to generate a second data value, the first and second data values having a redundant representation representing a P-bit numeric value using an M-bit data value comprising a plurality of N-bit portions, where M>P>N. In the redundant representation, each N-bit portion other than a most significant N-bit portion includes a plurality of overlap bits having a same significance as a plurality of least significant bits of a following N-bit portion. Each N-bit portion of the second data value other than a least significant N-bit portion is generated by adding non-overlap bits of a corresponding N-bit portion of the first data value to the overlap bits of a preceding N-bit portion of the first data value. This provides a faster technique for reducing the chance of overflow during addition of the redundantly represented M-bit value.

5. WO/2017/081437 MULTIPLICATION OF FIRST AND SECOND OPERANDS USING REDUNDANT REPRESENTATIONWO18.05.2017
G06F 7/50
PCT/GB2016/051504ARM LIMITEDLUTZ, David Raymond
A method is provided for multiplying a first operand comprising at least two X-bit portions and a second operand comprising at least one Y-bit portion. At least two partial products are generated, each partial product comprising a product of a selected X-bit portion of the first operand and a selected Y-bit portion of the second operand. Each partial product is converted to a redundant representation in dependence on significance indicating information indicative of a significance of the partial product. In the redundant representation, the partial product is represented using a number of N-bit portions, and in a group of at least two adjacent N-bit portions, a number of overlap bits of a lower N-bit portion of the group have a same significance as some least significant bits of at least one upper N- bit portion of the group. The partial products are added while represented in the redundant representation.

6. WO/2017/081448 CONDUCTIVE PASTE AND CONDUCTIVE TRACK OR COATINGWO18.05.2017
H01B 1/22
PCT/GB2016/053484JOHNSON MATTHEY PUBLIC LIMITED COMPANYCELA GREVEN, Beatriz
The present invention relates to a conductive paste for forming a conductive track or coating on a substrate, particularly suitable for use in solar cells. The paste comprises a solids portion dispersed in an organic medium, the solids portion comprising electrically conductive material and an inorganic particle mixture wherein the inorganic particle mixture comprises substantially crystalline particles. The present invention also relates to a method of preparing a conductive paste, a method for the manufacture of a surface electrode of a solar cell, an electrode for a solar cell and a solar cell.

7. WO/2017/081449 PROCESS FOR FORMING CONDUCTIVE TRACK OR COATINGWO18.05.2017
H01B 1/22
PCT/GB2016/053485JOHNSON MATTHEY PUBLIC LIMITED COMPANYCELA GREVEN, Beatriz
The invention relates to a process for forming a conductive track or coating on a substrate, comprising: applying a conductive paste to the substrate, the conductive paste comprising a solids portion dispersed in an organic medium, the solids portion comprising particles of electrically conductive material and an inorganic particle mixture comprising substantially crystalline particles of two or more different metal compounds, wherein the inorganic particle mixture includes substantially crystalline particles of a tellurium compound and is substantially lead free; and firing the applied conductive paste on the surface of the substrate with a firing profile in which the temperature of the surface of the applied conductive paste exceeds 500ºC for a period of two minutes or less. The invention further relates to a substrate having a conductive track or coating formed thereon.

8. WO/2017/081440 FUSION POLYPEPTIDE COMPRISING THE EXTRACELLULAR BINDING DOMAIN OF GROWTH HORMONE RECEPTORWO18.05.2017
C07K 14/72
PCT/GB2016/053218ASTERION LIMITEDWILKINSON, Ian
The invention relates to fusion polypeptides comprising the extracellular domain of growth hormone linked either directly or indirectly to a polypeptide wherein the polypeptide is not growth hormone.

9. WO/2017/081431 NEEDLE ASSEMBLIES AND METHODS OF MANUFACTUREWO18.05.2017
A61M 5/34
PCT/GB2016/000192SMITHS MEDICAL INTERNATIONAL LIMITEDBATEMAN, Timothy
An oocyte needle assembly has a metal needle shaft (10) and small boss (21) of plastics material moulded onto the shaft. The rear end of the needle shaft and the boss are inserted into a receptacle (34, 36) at one end of an outer sleeve (22) and bonded in place. The other end of the outer sleeve (22) has a tapered female coupling recess (31) into which the nose of a syringe can be inserted to make fluid connection with the needle. The boss has a key (26) that extends in a keyway (35) in the receptacle (34, 36). The key (26) on the boss is also used to orient the needle shaft (10) while a bevel (12) is formed at the patient end (13).

10. WO/2017/081444 PATIENT SUPPORTWO18.05.2017
A61F 5/03
PCT/GB2016/053408ROBERTS, Dafydd WynROBERTS, Dafydd Wyn
A patient support (100), useful for the treatment of symphysis pubis dysfunction (SPD) and/or pelvic girdle pain (PGP), particularly in pregnant or postpartum women. The patient support (100) comprises a crotch section (110) adapted to bear against a patient's symphysis pubis in use. The crotch section (110) bearing against said patient's symphysis pubis may effectively relieve the discomfort and/or pain associated with SPD and/or PGP, particularly when the crotch section (110) comprises a rigid insert (700) for bearing against said patient's symphysis pubis. The use of the patient support (100) in the treatment of pelvic girdle pain and/or symphysis pubis dysfunction is also described. A rigid insert portion (700) adapted for attachment to a patient support (100) and adapted to bear against a patient's symphysis pubis in use is also described.


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