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1. WO/2017/012446 POST-PRINTING PROCESSING SELF-ADAPTIVE ADJUSTMENT METHOD AND SYSTEMWO26.01.2017
B41J 11/46
PCT/CN2016/086644SHENZHEN DEKIA SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD.ZHANG, Shumin
A post-printing processing self-adaptive adjustment method, comprising the steps: S1, printing, on a piece of paper, a plurality of identifiers for locating the actual processing position of the paper; S2, detecting the identifiers of the paper, and according to the positions of the identifiers and the relative positions between the identifiers, locating the actual positions of the paper needing to be processed; and S3, according to the actual positions output in step S2, adjusting positions where a post-printing processing mechanism performs processing on the paper. A system in which the method is applied comprises a printing module, a detection module, a processing module, a drive module and a post-printing processing mechanism. The self-adaptive adjustment method and system effectively solve the problem existing in the post-printing processing that an actual value of an actual printing content after deviation or scaling or deflection is inconsistent with a theoretical typesetting value, thereby effectively improving the production efficiency and production quality.

2. WO/2017/014718 A THERMOSET COMPOSITE MATERIAL AND STRUCTURAL COMPONENT AND THE METHOD OF MAKING FROM ENGINEERED RECYCLED RUBBER POWDERWO26.01.2017
C08G 18/08
PCT/US2015/017938ENCELL COMPOSITES, LLCCIALONE, Anthony M.
A thermoset composite material and composite railroad crosstie fabricated from the thermoset composite material that comprises a substantially homogeneous blend of an amount of vulcanized rubber particles, polyurea binding agent and urea melamine. The thermoset composite material may also contain a granulated silica material. The thermoset composite material may comprise about 30% to about 50% by weight of the vulcanized rubber particles, and it is subjected to compression molding at a predetermined temperature and pressure for a resident time period forming the composite railroad crosstie. The thermoset composite material and railroad crosstie may further comprise a fibrous glass material in the form of unbundled fibers and/or one more glass mats encapsulated within the thermoset composite material. In addition or alternatively, an elongated core insert may be encapsulated in the thermoset composite material.

3. WO/2016/201924 PORTABLE DETECTION DEVICE FOR DETECTING NUTRIENT LEVEL OF PLANTWO22.12.2016
G01N 27/00
PCT/CN2015/096782JIANGSU UNIVERSITYZUO, Zhiyu
A portable detection device for detecting a nutrient level of a plant consists of an outer casing and a detecting circuit. The outer casing mainly comprises belt pulleys (2, 10), a cam (12), and an upper clamping plate and a lower clamping plate (19, 17). The detection circuit is located inside the outer casing and configured to realize an electrical signal processing and display function. The portable detection device for detecting the nutrient level of the plant can be used to analyze whether nutrient elements in crops are deficient or excessive, the result of which can be used as a basis of precision fertilization. The device is low in detection cost, high in real-time performance, compact, and convenient to carry.

4. WO/2016/200341 WELLHEAD PLATFORM SYSTEMS FOR USE IN EXTRACTING AND TESTING MULTI-PHASE RAW MIXTURESWO15.12.2016
E21B 23/00
PCT/TH2015/000034PTT EXPLORATION AND PRODUCTION PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITEDSILLAPACHARN, Thitinun
Example embodiments include systems for use in a wellhead platform. The system may comprise a separator subsystem, a scrubber subsystem, a first stage compressor subsystem, and a second stage compressor subsystem. The separator subsystem may comprise a separator inlet section for receiving multi-phase raw mixtures, a separator container body for housing the received multi-phase raw mixture, and a separator gas outlet section for separating gas. The scrubber subsystem may comprise a scrubber inlet section connected to the separator gas outlet section, a scrubber container body, and a scrubber gas outlet section for separating gas. The first stage compressor subsystem may be operable to receive gas separated from the scrubber subsystem, compress the received gas, and output the compressed gas. The second stage compressor subsystem may be operable to receive compressed gas from the first stage compressor subsystem, further compress the received compressed gas, and output the further compressed gas.

5. WO/2016/196308 METHODS AND COMPOSITIONS FOR TREATING CELLS FOR TRANSPLANTWO08.12.2016
A61L 27/38
PCT/US2016/034700AGENOVIR CORPORATIONQUAKE, Stephen, R.
The invention relates to methods for generating viral-free cells using nucleases for use in transplantation. The nucleases may be CRISPR/Cas9 complexes with guided RNA to target and inactivate viral genomes within cells. The nucleases degrade or destroy the viruses within the cells prior to transplantation.

6. WO/2016/192091 AUDIO CONNECTOR AND CIRCUITRYWO08.12.2016
H04R 3/00
PCT/CN2015/080823CIRRUS LOGIC INTERNATIONAL SEMICONDUCTOR LTD.GU, ChunFeng
A device (10) for connection to an audio accessory (20) comprising: a jack socket (14) for connection to a jack plug (25) of the audio accessory (20), a ground connection to a first socket contact (428) which is positioned to mate with a ground return pole of the plug (25). The jack socket (14) comprises a second contact (432) also positioned to mate with the ground return pole of the plug (25). Driver amplifiers (416, 418) comprise an input coupled to the second contact (432) and are configured to superimpose a signal present at the second contact (432) onto received speaker signal. It may achieve reducing the crosstalk which could distort or blur the stereo image.

7. WO/2016/189357 METHODS AND SYSTEMS FOR PRINTING MESSAGESWO01.12.2016
G06F 15/163
PCT/IB2015/054009PISMO LABS TECHNOLOGY LIMITEDYEUNG, Yu
Methods and systems for printing messages on a print medium. The system comprises a server (101), a print server (105), and a gateway (102). The print server (105) receives a list of server messages from a remote server (101) and also receives a user input from a user. Based on the user input, the print server (105) determines whether a printing message should be printed on the print medium. The printing message is determined from the list of server messages. The gateway (102) also receives a first password list from the remote server (101) and an input password from a user. If the input password matches one of the passwords in a verification password list, the gateway (102) allows the user to access a network.

8. WO/2016/189323 AUTHENTICATION METHODS AND SYSTEMSWO01.12.2016
G06F 21/36
PCT/GB2016/051549LICENTIA GROUP LIMITEDPIKE, Justin
The invention provides an authentication method and system. It is particularly suited for verifying the identity of an individual prior to permitting access to a controlled resource. This may or may not be a financial resource. The invention uses biometric data relating to a user to encode and decode an identifier associated with a user. Thus the user's biometric data becomes the key for encoding and subsequently decoding the identifier. In one embodiment, the biometric data is used to generate a keypad configuration. The keypad configuration specifies the order and/or position of a plurality of keypad keys. An operable keypad and/or image of a keypad is then generated using the configuration. Thus, the individual's biometric data can be used to generate a customised keypad and/or image which can then be used to encode or decode the identifier associated with the user. A keypad or image generated from the biometric data can be used to generate a mapping between different keypad configurations. The biometric data may be captured at or on a device associated with the individual, such as a computer, mobile phone, tablet computer etc.

9. WO/2016/181203 SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR PREVIEWING DIGITAL CONTENTWO17.11.2016
H04N 21/4627
PCT/IB2016/000053PICTUREWORKS PTE LTDLOKE, Jong, Her
A system for previewing protected media comprising a touchscreen display, a processor, and a memory having executable instructions stored thereon that when executed by the processor cause the processor to receive an original image from a server over a network, generate a blurred copy of the original image, overlay the blurred image over the original image, detect user interaction on the touchscreen display, determine location of the user interaction, and apply a mask on a section of the blurred copy of the original image corresponding to the determined location of the user interaction.

10. WO/2016/179994 INSTALLATION STRUCTURE FOR EQUIPMENT COMPARTMENT BOTTOM BOARDWO17.11.2016
B61D 17/00
PCT/CN2015/094663CRRC QINGDAO SIFANG CO., LTD.YU, Wenmin
Disclosed is an installation structure for an equipment compartment bottom board. A bottom board (30) is detachably and fixedly connected to a skeleton boundary beam (21) of an equipment compartment; one side, which is in lap joint with a skeleton cross beam (22) of the equipment compartment, on the bottom board (30) is fixedly connected with a sliding rail (31); and one of the sliding rail (31) and the skeleton cross beam (22) is provided with a recess part (311), and the other one is provided with a protrusion part (221) engaged with the recess part (311). By means of the installation structure, connection between a bottom board (30) and a skeleton cross beam (22) is realized by clamping between a recess part (311) and a protrusion part (211), thereby omitting connecting pieces between the bottom board (30) and the skeleton cross beam (22), substantially reducing the number of the connecting pieces, not only being convenient in installation of the bottom board, but also reducing workload during overhauling, and obviously increasing the working efficiency.


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