WO/2015/084308 COMPUTING RESOURCE PROVISIONING BASED ON DEDUPLICATION||WO||11.06.2015|
||PCT/US2013/072633||EMPIRE TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT, LLC||KRUGLICK, Ezekiel|
Technologies are generally described for systems, devices and methods effective to provision computing resources based on deduplication. In an example, a resource cost may be produced. The resource cost may relate to execution of a first virtual machine at a data center. A processor may receive a first representation related to an image of the first virtual machine. The processor may receive a second representation related to one or more instances of second virtual machines being executed by the data center. The processor may compare the first and second representations to produce a deduplication value for the first virtual machine. The processor may transform the deduplication value to produce the resource cost.
WO/2015/081578 GAMMA VOLTAGE DRIVE CIRCUIT, SOURCE DRIVE MODULE AND LIQUID CRYSTAL PANEL||WO||11.06.2015|
||PCT/CN2013/088847||SHENZHEN CHINA STAR OPTOELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD.||ZHANG, Hua|
A gamma voltage drive circuit. The circuit comprises: a reference voltage module for providing a reference voltage to a voltage dividing resistor string; the voltage dividing resistor string comprising 2n resistors which are serially connected successively for dividing the reference voltage into 2n voltages, where n is an integral number which is not less than 1; and a voltage selection module for selecting and outputting one of the 2n voltages. The reference voltage module comprises first and second reference voltages. The first reference voltage is coupled to one end of the dividing resistor string. The second reference voltage is coupled between the (2n/2)th resistor and the (2n/2+1)th resistor of the dividing resistor string. The voltage selection module comprises 2n-1 transmission lines for connecting voltage dividing nodes of 1~(2n/2-1) resistors and (2n/2+1)~2n resistors in the voltage dividing resistor string to the output respectively, and each transmission line is provided with (n-1) switching elements. The drive circuit can reduce the number of used elements, lower the design and fabrication technique difficulty of the drive IC, and save manufacturing costs.
WO/2015/081577 DISPLAY APPARATUS AND IMAGE DISPLAY METHOD THEREOF||WO||11.06.2015|
||PCT/CN2013/088842||SHENZHEN CHINA STAR OPTOELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD.||WU, Yu|
A display apparatus and an image display method thereof. A first thin film transistor (206) and a second thin film transistor (207) are both connected to a scanning line (202) and a data line (201). The first thin film transistor (206) is connected to a first subregion pixel portion (204). The second thin film transistor (207) is connected to a second subregion pixel portion (205). A switch unit is used for turning on or turning off a first current channel when in a 2D/3D mode. The solution can prevent the phenomenon of color cast at a large visual angle in a 2D mode, and can ensure a same brightness for the left eye and the right eye in a 3D mode.
WO/2015/081629 SWINGING SENSOR MODULE||WO||11.06.2015|
||PCT/CN2014/071029||SHENZHEN CHINA STAR OPTOELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD.||LI, Jia|
A swinging sensor module comprising a bracket (1) and a sensor element (2). The bracket (1) is provided with a pin shaft (4). The sensor element (2) is connected and adapted to swing around the pin shaft (4). The bracket (1) is also connected with a vent tube (5) capable of blowing the sensor element (2). The vent tube (5) is provided with a control valve (6). The inlet of the control valve (6) is connected through a pipe (7) to a supply end (8) of clean, dry and compressed air. The sensor element (2) is not easily adhered and the restoring force thereof can be guaranteed by the swinging sensor module.
WO/2015/084328 SECURITY CABLE FOR A MOBILE PLATFORM WITH ELECTRONICALLY CONTROLLED LOCK||WO||11.06.2015|
||PCT/US2013/072821||INTEL CORPORATION||STODDARD, Robert J.|
Generally, this disclosure provides devices, systems and methods for securing a mobile platform with a security cable, employing an electronically controlled locking mechanism which may be in communication with the platform. A device may include a lock to mate with a lock receiver of the platform, and the lock is coupled to the cable; a locking mechanism driver module to controllably engage and release the lock from the lock receiver; and a communication interface module to receive a signal from the platform and to control the locking mechanism driver module based on the signal.
WO/2015/084349 AUGMENTED REALITY VIEWING INITIATION BASED ON SOCIAL BEHAVIOR||WO||11.06.2015|
||PCT/US2013/073168||INTEL CORPORATION||ANDERSON, Glen, J.|
Embodiments of methods for initiating augmented reality viewing and an augmented reality subsystem are disclosed. One such augmented reality method includes monitoring the social behavior of one or more first users in response to an event at a geographical location. The augmented reality content being provided to be displayed on subsystems of the one or more first users may be provided to a subsystem of a second user in response to social behavior of the one or more first users when the second user has a substantially similar geographical location and the subsystem of the second user is oriented to point towards the event.
WO/2015/081581 METHOD FOR AVOIDING INTERFERENCE IN PULSE SIGNAL AND TERMINAL APPLICABLE THERETO||WO||11.06.2015|
||PCT/CN2013/089036||SHENZHEN CHINA STAR OPTOELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD.||ZHANG, Hua|
Provided is a method for avoiding interference in a pulse signal. According to the method, a pulse signal is divided into two parallel pulse sub-signals before being transmitted, wherein the two parallel pulse sub-signals can be synthetized through subtraction so as to restore same to be the pulse signal. During the parallel transmission of the two parallel pulse sub-signals, interferences borne by both the sub-signals are almost the same, so that an interference signal is offset after the two parallel pulse sub-signals are synthetized through subtraction, finally, the synthetized pulse signal does not carry the interference signal any longer, thereby effectively avoiding a false control caused by a crosstalk signal carried by the pulse signal during transmission, and effectively avoiding the signal false control caused by the attenuation or distortion of the pulse signal brought by the traditional filter method at the same time. Also provided is a terminal applicable to the method.
WO/2015/083255 COMPUTER SYSTEM AND VIRTUAL MACHINE CONTROL METHOD||WO||11.06.2015|
||PCT/JP2013/082612||HITACHI, LTD.||KATAYAMA, Kana|
A first storage device of a first site stores a first master image including an operating system and an application. On the basis of an instruction from a first management computer, a first server computer provides to a first terminal a virtual machine which is launched with the first master image. The first management computer monitors first user information, halts the first virtual machine when a prescribed timing is reached, transmits information of the first master image to a second site, and transmits an instruction to a second management computer to generate a copy of the first master image and store same in a second storage device. The first management computer transmits an instruction to have a second server computer provide to a second terminal a second virtual machine which is launched with the copy of the first master image. When a prescribed interval from the first virtual machine using the first master image at the first site ceasing to function has been exceeded, the first management computer deletes the first master image from the first storage device.
WO/2015/081483 ELECTRONIC CIGARETTE||WO||11.06.2015|
||PCT/CN2013/088386||SHENZHEN SMOORE TECHNOLOGY LIMITED||CHEN, Zhiping|
An electronic cigarette (100), comprising, a suction tip (110), an atomizing assembly (120), a first connecting assembly (130), a second connecting assembly (140) and a battery assembly (150) all sequentially disposed; the suction tip (110) comprises a first casing (114) formed with an airflow channel; the atomizing assembly (120) is received in the first casing (114) and comprises a liquid container (122) and a heating element (124); the first connecting assembly (130) comprises a first conductive tube (132) connected to the heating element (124), a second conductive tube (134), and a first sleeve (136) sleeved on the second conductive tube (134); the first sleeve (136) comprises an insulating tube (1362) disposed between the first conductive tube (132) and the second conductive tube (134), a protruding ring (1364) sleeved on the second conductive tube (134) and fixed on the inner wall of the first casing (114), and a connecting rod (1363) passing through the wall of the second conductive tube (134) and connecting the insulating tube (1362) and the protruding ring (1364); the second connecting assembly (140) comprises a conductive second sleeve (142) and an elastic conductive ring (144) sleeved on the second conductive tube (134); the elastic conductive ring (144) connects the second sleeve (142) to the second conductive tube (134); and the power supply assembly (150) comprises a second casing (152) and a battery (159) received in the second casing (152), and the second casing (152) is fixedly connected to the first casing (114).
WO/2015/084346 WEARABLE MAP AND IMAGE DISPLAY||WO||11.06.2015|
||PCT/US2013/073155||INTEL CORPORATION||ANDERSON, Glen J.|
Embodiments of a wearable electronic device having mapping and imaging functions are disclosed. The wearable electronic device may have a controller coupled to an annular touchscreen display and a plurality of sensors. The controller may be configured to execute mapping and imaging functions such that the results of those functions may be displayed on the touchscreen display relative to a user of the wearable electronic device.