WO/2015/011701 BINDER FOR FLUSHABLE NONWOVEN FABRIC||WO||29.01.2015|
||PCT/IL2014/050655||ALBAAD MASSUOT YITZHAK LTD.||BEREZIN, Oleg|
The invention provides ion-sensitive, hard water-dispersible quaterpolymers as binders for making flushable nonwoven fabrics which are compatible with house and municipal drain-lines.
WO/2014/199367 A SYSTEM AND METHODS THEREOF FOR GENERATING IMAGES STREAMS RESPECTIVE OF A VIDEO CONTENT||WO||18.12.2014|
||PCT/IL2014/050380||ANI-VIEW LTD.||MELENBOIM, Tal|
A system is configured to generate imagized video clip respective of a video clip. The system receives electronically at least one video clip. The system analyzes the video clip and generates a plurality of images respective thereto. The system is then configured to generate an imagized video clip respective of the plurality of images. The system is further configured to display the imagized video clip in a sequence at certain timing, thereby providing an output of a video clip respective of the imagized video clip.
WO/2014/197642 CHANNEL STATE INFORMATION (CSI) FEEDBACK AND CODEBOOK SUBSAMPLING||WO||11.12.2014|
||PCT/US2014/040976||NEC LABORATORIES AMERICA, INC.||YUE, Guosen|
A method implemented in a base station used in a wireless communications system is disclosed. The method comprises receiving, from a user equipment, rank indication (RI), a first precoding matrix indicator (PMI), and a second PMI, the RI and the first PMI being jointly encoded, wherein 5 bits are used for transmission of the jointly encoded RI and first PMI, and wherein first 8 values of values expressed by the 5 bits are used for RI=1, second 8 values of the values expressed by the 5 bits are used for RI=2, a third value of the values expressed by the 5 bits is used for RI=3, a fourth value of the values expressed by the 5 bits is used for RI=4, and remaining 14 values of the values expressed by the 5 bits are reserved. Other methods, apparatuses, and systems also are disclosed.
WO/2014/131150 POWDER MATERIAL USED FOR CAPACITOR-LEVEL TANTALUM-NIOBIUM ALLOY WIRE MATERIAL AND PREPARING METHOD THEREOF||WO||04.09.2014|
||PCT/CN2013/071875||NINGXIA ORIENT TANTALUM INDUSTRY CO., LTD.||WAN, Qingfeng|
A powder material used for a capacitor-level tantalum-niobium alloy wire material and a preparing method thereof. The powder material is formed by tantalum powder and niobium powder, wherein the weight proportion of the tantalum powder and the niobium powder is 1:2 to 3:2, the purity of the tantalum powder and the niobium powder is greater than 99.9 wt%, the granularity of the tantalum powder is -80 to -150 meshes, the granularity of the niobium powder is -150 to -200 meshes, and a loose specific weight of the powder material is 3.0 to 4.3 g/cm3. The preparing method of the powder material comprises material proportioning, manual mixing, primary mixing, secondary mixing, and tertiary mixing, thereby obtaining a powder material used for a capacitor-level tantalum-niobium alloy wire material. The preparing method is reasonably designed, and suitable for uniform mixing of two different types of metal powder materials. The whole production process is highly controlled, the product quality is stable, and the manufacturing of the capacitor-level tantalum-niobium alloy wire material is facilitated.
WO/2014/120981 COMBINATION FORMULATION OF TWO ANTIVIRAL COMPOUNDS||WO||07.08.2014|
||PCT/US2014/013953||GILEAD PHARMASSET LLC||CHAL, Ben|
Disclosed are pharmaceutical compositions having an effective amount of substantially amorphous ledipasvir and an effective amount of substantially crystalline sofosbuvir.
WO/2014/101970 A METHOD FOR VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION AND A SYSTEM FOR VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION||WO||03.07.2014|
||PCT/EP2012/077109||INSTYTUT BADAWCZY DROG I MOSTOW||KARKOWSKI, Michal|
A method for vehicle identification to determine at least one vehicle characteristic, comprising: obtaining an input image (301) of the vehicle from an image source (101); normalisation of the input image (301 ) of the vehicle in a normalisation unit (103, 104) to obtain a normalized image; determining the vehicle characteristic in a classification unit (111, 112) by comparing parameters of a normalised image obtained in a parametrisation unit (107, 108) with parameters of reference images obtained from a reference database (113, 114). Normalisation in the normalisation unit (103, 104) comprises the steps of: detecting a registration plate area (303) within the input image (301); processing the input image (301) basing on normalisation attributes defining at least one scaling coefficient (znorm, anorm, vnorm); choosing from the scaled image (307) a Rol area (308) of a normalised size and location dependent on the location of the registration plate area (303); and presenting data from the Rol area (308) as a normalised image (311).
WO/2014/105708 METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR NON-NATIVE SHORT MESSAGE SERVICE COMMUNICATIONS||WO||03.07.2014|
||PCT/US2013/076979||VONAGE NETWORK LLC||FIGHEL, Guy|
Methods and apparatus for routing non-native Short Message Service (SMS) messages to a first device, the first device being assigned a native identifier and being associated with a native telephony service provider, are provided herein. In some embodiments, the method includes receiving an SMS message directed to the native identifier of the first device, determining routing instructions for the SMS message based on the native network identifier associated with the first device, and routing the SMS message to the first device based on the determined routing instructions, wherein the act of routing results in SMS messages directed to the native identifier of the first device being directed to a forwarding identifier assigned to the first device by a first non-native communication service provider.
WO/2014/097721 ASCORBIC ACID DERIVATIVE COMPOSITION AND METHOD FOR PRODUCING SAME, ASCORBIC ACID DERIVATIVE SOLUTION, AND EXTERNAL PREPARATION FOR SKIN||WO||26.06.2014|
||PCT/JP2013/077784||SHOWA DENKO K.K.||NAKAMURA Keiichi|
The ascorbic acid derivative composition according to the first embodiment of the present invention comprises a salt of a compound (1) represented by general formula (1) and a salt of a compound (2) represented by general formula (2), and is characterized in that the proportion of the salt of the compound (2) in relation to the total amount of the salt of the compound (1) and the salt of the compound (2) is 0.1-10 mass%. (In the formula, R1 represents a C6-20 straight-chain or branched alkyl group, R2 represents a C6-20 straight-chain or branched alkyl group, and R1 and R2 may be identical to or different from one another.)
WO/2014/090418 CRYOGENIC DEVICE||WO||19.06.2014|
||PCT/EP2013/061068||SHUPPO, Vladimir||SHUPPO, Vladimir|
Cryogenic device for carrying out cryotherapy on the entire body of a patient, the cryogenic device comprising: a treatment cabin (1) for taking up a patient, the treatment cabin (1) having closed walls, a closed roof and a door for entering the treatment cabin (1); a cold treatment gas preparation and distribution system for preparing a cold gas mixture and introducing it into the treatment cabin (1); and a control system (4) for controlling the introduction of cold treatment gas from the cold treatment gas preparation and distribution system into the treatment cabin (1), wherein the treatment cabin (1) further comprises a breathing window (7) for allowing a patient located inside the treatment cabin (1) to breath air from outside of the treatment cabin (1), the breathing window (7) comprising sealing means for allowing a tight contact between the breathing window (7) and the face of the patient.
WO/2014/086156 INSULATING METHOD FOR ALUMINUM BACK PLATE OF PHOTOVOLTAIC MODULE||WO||12.06.2014|
||PCT/CN2013/080126||HANWHA SOLARONE (QIDONG) CO., LTD||GAO, Yuanzhun|
An insulating method for aluminum back plate of a photovoltaic module comprises cutting an aluminum back plate (2) so that the size of each aluminum back plate is 4-5 mm smaller than the size of glass; opening a square hole at the portion of an electrode lead (4) of the aluminum back plate; when modules are arranged and laid, performing insulating treatment on the square opening (3) by adding insulating small materials or covering the edge with an insulating film; performing lamination and cutting an edge of a laminated piece, and covering, by using a 0.5-1mm insulated rubber tape, the edge of the laminated piece, of which the edge is cut; and finally spraying silica gel (6) on the laminated piece, framing up the laminated piece, and mounting a terminal box on the laminated piece. This method is easy to operate, requires low investment, and has a prospect of being widely applied.