WO/2016/190837 WATER-BORNE COATING COMPOSITIONS||WO||01.12.2016|
||PCT/US2015/032100||HEWLETT-PACKARD DEVELOPMENT COMPANY, L.P.||YEH, Ya-Ting|
Provided in one example is a method of manufacturing. The method includes disposing over at least a portion of a substrate a first layer, the substrate comprising a metal material and the first layer comprising a water-borne primer. The method includes disposing over at least a portion of the first layer a second layer, the second layer comprising a water-borne basecoat material. The method includes disposing over at least a portion of the second layer a third layer, the third layer comprising a water-borne topcoat material.
WO/2016/190838 HYBRID SELECTORS||WO||01.12.2016|
||PCT/US2015/032117||HEWLETT PACKARD ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT LP||HU, Miao|
A hybrid selector comprises a nonlinear selector and a ohmic resistor coupled in series with the nonlinear selector. The hybrid selector is nonlinear below a threshold voltage. The hybrid selector is linear above the threshold voltage.
WO/2016/190839 SURFACE MARKING SYSTEM FOR COMPETITIVE THROWING AND TRAINING||WO||01.12.2016|
||PCT/US2015/032132||HUDACK, Lawrence, Joseph III||HUDACK, Lawrence, Joseph III|
Improvements in a marking system for use with competitively thrown objects such as discuses, shot puts, hammers and javelins. The marking system has a cavity which contains a marking agent which is automatically deposited from the cavity onto the ground when the thrown object hits the ground. The marking system is for competitive throwing and training to provide a system by the use of which the point of impact of a first object with a second object can be accurately, precisely, efficiently, durably, safely, and accountably marked on the second object by a marking agent born with the first object. The delivery mechanism can be implemented with various impacting objects including but not limited to discus, shot puts, hammers and javelins. This can be implemented in multiple fashions with each impacting object, including but not limited to centrally, radially, and circumferentially.
WO/2016/190840 TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT SYSTEM||WO||01.12.2016|
||PCT/US2015/032190||HEWLETT PACKARD ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT LP||KAUR, Satwant|
Example implementations relate to a traffic management system. For example, the traffic management system may receive data from a plurality of connected vehicles. The traffic management system may determine the relative positions of non-connected vehicles to the connected vehicles and may cluster connected vehicles and non-connected vehicles into a flock. The traffic management system may determine a flock traffic pattern and a nature of the flock traffic pattern, based on data received from the connected vehicles.
WO/2016/190841 MARGINAL DISTRIBUTION IN A GRAPHICAL MODEL||WO||01.12.2016|
||PCT/US2015/032212||HEWLETT PACKARD ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT LP||CHEN, Fei|
An example method is provided in according with one implementation of the present disclosure. The method comprises identifying nodes and edges in a graphical model at a first time period, identifying nodes and edges in the graphical model at a second time period that is later than the first time period, determining changes between the graphical model at the first time period and the second time period, and identifying impacted nodes in the graphical model at the second time period. The method further comprises identifying independent subgraphs in the graphical model at the second time period, computing, for each independent subgraph, an approximation of a marginal distribution of all impacted nodes, and computing an approximation of a marginal distribution of all nodes in the graphical model at the second time period.
WO/2016/190842 IMPLANT SYSTEM FOR BONE FIXATION||WO||01.12.2016|
||PCT/US2015/032241||STRYKER EUROPEAN HOLDINGS I, LLC||PRIEN, Ole|
An implant system (10) for use in orthopaedic surgery for fixation of bone includes an intramedullary nail (12) and a coupling member (38). The intramedullary nail includes a proximal portion (18) defining a longitudinal axis (30). The proximal portion includes an axial bore (32) defining an axis (62) substantially parallel to the longitudinal axis of the proximal portion and a transverse bore (24) configured to receive a bone fastener (14). The coupling member includes a through hole (44) and is movably arranged within the axial bore of the proximal portion. Further, the coupling member includes a drive portion (40) and a bone fastener engagement portion (42). The drive portion is in one variant non-rotatably coupled to the bone fastener engagement portion. The bone fastener engagement portion is configured to engage the bone fastener penetrating the transverse bore. In one variant the engagement is realized via an extended contact region (52).
WO/2016/190843 TELECOM BACKUP FOR RADIO DATA SERVICE (RDS)||WO||01.12.2016|
||PCT/US2015/032259||HERE GLOBAL B.V.||FOWE, James|
Methods and apparatus, including computer program products, are provided for navigation systems. In some example embodiments, there is provided a method. The apparatus may include receiving, from an frequency modulated signal, traffic information; sending a short message service request message representative of a request to receive the traffic information from a backup path comprising a cellular network, when the frequency modulated signal carrying the traffic information is lost; and receiving, in response to the short message service request message, at least one short message service message including the traffic information. Related apparatus, systems, methods, and articles are also described.
WO/2016/190844 MEDIA CONTENT SELECTION||WO||01.12.2016|
||PCT/US2015/032280||HEWLETT-PACKARD DEVELOPMENT COMPANY, L.P.||HANES, David H|
According to an example of selecting media content, user profile metadata, location data, and calendar data for a first user is fetched and a repository of available media content is accessed. Content from the repository of available media content to suggest to the first user is determined based on a usage pattern of the first user. In an example, the usage pattern may be based on the user profile metadata, the location data, and an event in the calendar data for the first user. In another example, content from a repository of available media content may be suggested based on a determined usage pattern including historical user location data and the historical user event data from a user calendar, a current time, and a current location.
WO/2016/190845 MEDIA SCAN OPERATION CONTROL||WO||01.12.2016|
||PCT/US2015/032285||HEWLETT-PACKARD DEVELOPMENT COMPANY, L.P.||GOMEZ LUCIA, Jorge Miguel|
According to an example, an apparatus for controlling a media scan operation may include a first scan module to scan a section of a media, a tracking mechanism to track the media as the media is moved past the first scan module, and a controller. The controller may receive signals corresponding to the media movement from the tracking mechanism, determine, based upon the received signals, a current position of the media, and vary a timing at which the first scan module collects a scan of the section of the media based upon the determined current position of the media.
WO/2016/190846 DATA CHANNEL ALLOCATION||WO||01.12.2016|
||PCT/US2015/032296||HEWLETT-PACKARD DEVELOPMENT COMPANY, L.P.||GAY, Raphael|
Examples disclosed herein relate to data channel allocation. An example includes an apparatus, including a resource to connect to a controller in a first state and a peripheral card in a second state. Example apparatus include a controller to control a connection to an interface card and to connect to the resource via a first data channel in the first state, the first data channel to connect the resource and the peripheral card in the second state.