WO/2015/125127 HYBRID METROLOGY TECHNIQUE||WO||27.08.2015|
||PCT/IL2014/050940||GLOBAL FOUNDRIES||VAID, Alok|
A computerized system and method are provided for use in measuring at least one parameter of interest of a structure. The system comprises a server utility configured for data communication with at least first and second data provider utilities. The server utility receives, from the server provider utilities, measured data comprising first and second measured data pieces of different types indicative of parameters of the same structure; and is capable of processing the first and second measured data pieces for optimizing one or more first parameters values of the structure in one of the first and second measured data pieces by utilizing one or more second parameters values of the structure of the other of said first and second measured data pieces.
WO/2015/125130 CUTTING TOOL HAVING ADJUSTABLE INSERT CUTTING ANGLE||WO||27.08.2015|
||PCT/IL2015/050095||ISCAR LTD.||SASHIN, Alexander|
An adjustable insert cutting angle cutting tool (20) comprising a tool holder (24) having a cartridge receiving pocket (32), an insert cartridge (22) clamped in the cartridge receiving pocket (32) by a clamping member (26), and a cutting insert (28) removably retained in the insert cartridge (22). The clamping member (26) is operated by a separate fastening member (36). The cutting insert (28) has at least one operative cutting portion (30), and the insert cartridge (22) is oriented in a cartridge receiving pocket (32) of the tool holder (24) so that the operative cutting portion (30) encounters a workpiece (34) at an insert cutting angle (al). The clamping member (26) has a clamping surface (52) with at least one clamping zone (Czl), and the same at least one clamping zone (Czl) makes contact with a nonplanar clamped surface (54) of the insert cartridge (22) for different values of insert cutting angle(al). The insert cutting angle (al) is increased or decreased by reorienting the insert cartridge (22) in the tool holder (24), following release of the fastening member (36).
WO/2015/125138 INHIBITORS OF LEUKOTRIENE-MEDIATED ACTIVITY FOR TREATING SIDE EFFECTS OF STATIN THERAPY||WO||27.08.2015|
||PCT/IL2015/050184||YEDA RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CO. LTD.||RUBINSTEIN, Menachem|
The present invention relates to the alleviation of adverse side effects resulting from statin therapy. The present invention further relates to the use of an inhibitor of leukotriene C 4 (LTC4) mediated activity for alleviating at least one side effects of statin therapy.
WO/2015/125145 LOW FREQUENCY MICRO OSCILLATOR||WO||27.08.2015|
||PCT/IL2015/050192||WEISS, Menachem P.||WEISS, Menachem P.|
A low frequency micro oscillator-driven oscillating system including at least one electric oscillation generator operative to produce oscillations at a first frequency, at least one oscillated article, at least one intermediate element, having at least one resonant frequency lower than the first frequency, the at least one intermediate element being oscillated by the at least one electric oscillation generator and being operative to cause the at least one oscillated article to oscillate and a power supply circuit, supplying electrical power intermittently in a periodic manner to the at least one electric oscillation generator, thereby causing the at least one oscillated article to oscillate at at least one second frequency, lower than the first frequency.
WO/2015/125132 DEVICE FOR INSERTING ELECTRICAL CABLES THROUGH TUBING||WO||27.08.2015|
||PCT/IL2015/050136||TAL, Yehezkel||TAL, Yehezkel|
A device for the insertion of electrical or communication cables through tubing or conduits using fish tape or draw wire of the present invention provides a tool allowing one electrician to do the job. The battery operated power tool is directly mounted on the electrical box or on a bare conduit. The device can be remotely controlled so that the technician can stay in the cable entrance end of the conduit and guide the cable into the conduit while putting lubricant on the cable. The technician can obtain visual as well numerical information that helps him in the control of the tool.
WO/2015/125140 AN APPARATUS FOR ADVANCEMENT ALONG A PREDETERMINED CURVED TRAJECTORY AND A METHOD FOR OPERATION THEREOF||WO||27.08.2015|
||PCT/IL2015/050186||SIEGAL, Tzony||SIEGAL, Tzony|
An apparatus for advancement along a predetermined curved trajectory, comprising: a conduit having a conduit distal end; an elongated member having a main axis, at least partially extending within said conduit and movable therein along its length, said elongated member comprising a segmented assembly formed of a plurality of segments hingedly connected with each other, each having an orientation axis perpendicular to the main axis; and a deflecting member extending along said main axis so as to have a first state with a first extension along at least a part of the segmented assembly including its most distal segment, and a second state with a second extension along said part of the segmented assembly, the second extension exceeding the first extension.
WO/2015/125135 MEMORY SWAPPER FOR VIRTUALIZED ENVIRONMENTS||WO||27.08.2015|
||PCT/IL2015/050172||TECHNION RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT FOUNDATION LIMITED||SCHUSTER, Assaf|
A method for reducing disk read rate by managing dataset mapping of virtual machine (VM) guest memory, comprising: monitoring a plurality of disk read write operations of a VM guest; updating a dataset mapping between disk blocks allocated to the VM guest and corresponding physical addresses of memory pages of the VM guest containing replica of data stored in the disk blocks, based on the plurality of disk read write operations; when identifying writing to one of the memory pages, removing a mapping of corresponding disk block and corresponding physical address of memory page; when reclaiming a mapped memory page of the VM guest by a host of the VM guest, discarding data contained in the memory page; and when the data is requested by the VM guest after it was reclaimed by said host, retrieving the data from corresponding disk block according to the mapping.
WO/2015/125137 INHIBITORS OF LEUKOTRIENE MEDIATED ACTIVITY FOR ALLEVIATING CHEMOTHERAPY SIDE EFFECTS AND STRESS INDUCED CELL DEATH||WO||27.08.2015|
||PCT/IL2015/050183||YEDA RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CO. LTD.||RUBINSTEIN, Menachem|
The present invention relates to compositions and methods for reducing the toxic side effects in non-hematological tissues of chemotherapeutic agents used for the treatment of hematological malignancies. The present invention relates in particular to use of inhibitors of leukotriene C4 (LTC4) mediated activity for alleviating toxic side effects of chemotherapy towards non-hematopoietic cells when used for the treatment of said hematological malignancies (including leukemias, lymphomas and myelomas).
WO/2015/125141 PEER TO PEER DISPERSED VOLATILE-DOCUMENTS AND NEGOTIABLE INSTRUMENTS TRANSACTING SYSTEM AND METHODS THEREOF||WO||27.08.2015|
||PCT/IL2015/050187||D.L.E.D ENTERPRISE AND BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT LTD.||DASKAL, Eyal|
A method and system for the peer-to-peer volatile documents and negotiable instruments (D&I) transacting communication platfrom fascilitating the volatile documents and negotiable instruments (D&I) environment that is designed to create transacting platform to facilitate communication among at least one first client (Ci) and at least one second client (Cj) and simplify exchange conditions for at least one first client (Ci). The method permits at least one second client (Cj) to provide at least one first D&I, namely (D&I)i(Ci)(Tp) having value I at Tp and (D&I)j(Cj)(Tp) having value J at Tp respectively to at least one first client (Ci) based on at least one first client (Ci) location associated with the geographic location claimed by at least one first client (Ci) of the volatile documents and negotiable instruments (D&I) environment and based on at least one second client (Cj) exchange conditions.
WO/2015/125143 IN-VIVO DEVICE USING TWO COMMUNICATION MODES||WO||27.08.2015|
||PCT/IL2015/050190||GIVEN IMAGING LTD.||NISANI, Micha|
An in-vivo device includes a first communication circuit to communicate with an external communication device by using a first communication protocol while the in- vivo device is in the gastrointestinal system of a subject, a communication condition monitoring (CCM) circuit to monitor communication conditions for the first communication circuit, a second communication circuit to communicate with the external communication device by using a second communication protocol, and a controller configured to receive, from the communication condition monitoring (CCM) circuit, a signal indicative of a communication condition of the communication via the first communication circuit, to compare the communication condition to prerequisite communication condition(s), and to activate the first communication circuit and concurrently deactivate the second communication circuit, or vice versa, based on the comparison result.