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1. WO/2015/045023 WORKING VEHICLEWO02.04.2015
F01N 3/08
PCT/JP2013/075837KOMATSU LTD.KOUNO, Kiichirou
This working vehicle is provided with a vehicle main body, a duct, a first heating unit, and a second heating unit. The vehicle main body has a first region, and a second region partitioned from the first region. The duct has a first duct unit and a second duct unit. The first duct unit is positioned in the first region. The second duct unit is positioned in the second region. The first heating unit heats the first duct unit. The second heating unit is capable of adjusting temperature independently from the first heating unit, and heats the second duct unit.

2. WO/2015/045031 VIRTUAL MACHINE TEST SYSTEM AND VIRTUAL MACHINE TEST METHODWO02.04.2015
G06F 11/28
PCT/JP2013/075883HITACHI, LTD.UEDA Ryoichi
The purpose of the present invention is to efficiently perform a platform-level test on a computer system configured from virtual machines that are automatically built according to predefined templates. A virtual machine test system of the present invention generates virtual machines according to system templates, each defining a combination of a type of virtual machine network topology and functions of virtual machines, and performs a platform-level test according to test items defined for each combination.

3. WO/2015/047257 DEVICE, SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR PROVIDING MEMS STRUCTURES OF A SEMICONDUCTOR PACKAGEWO02.04.2015
H01L 29/84
PCT/US2013/061762INTEL CORPORATIONTEH, Weng Hong
Techniques and mechanisms for providing precisely fabricated structures of a semiconductor package. In an embodiment, a build-up carrier of the semiconductor package includes a layer of porous dielectric material. Seed copper and plated copper is disposed on the layer of porous dielectric material. Subsequent etching is performed to remove copper adjacent to the layer of porous dielectric material, forming a gap separating a suspended portion of a MEMS structure from the layer of porous dielectric material. In another embodiment, the semiconductor package includes a copper structure disposed between portions of an insulating layer or portions of a layer of silicon nitride material. The layer of silicon nitride material couples the insulating layer to another insulating layer. One or both of the insulating layers are each protected from desmear processing with a respective release layer structure.

4. WO/2015/047228 USE OF ERROR CORRECTION POINTERS TO HANDLE ERRORS IN MEMORYWO02.04.2015
G06F 11/10
PCT/US2013/061455INTEL CORPORATIONMOTWANI, Ravi H.
Methods, apparatuses, and systems related to use of error correction pointers (ECPs) to handle hard errors in memory are described herein. In embodiments, a read module of a memory controller may read a codeword stored in a memory. The read module may determine a number of hard errors in the codeword. Responsive to a determination that the number of hard errors exceeds a threshold, the read module may store ECP information associated with the hard errors. The read module may include an error correction code (ECC) module to perform an ECC process on the codeword. The read module may use the ECP information to decode the codeword to recover the data responsive to a determination that the ECC process failed. Other embodiments may be described and claimed.

5. WO/2015/042828 IMAGE FRAME PROCESSING INCLUDING USAGE OF ACCELERATION DATA IN ASSISTING OBJECT LOCATIONWO02.04.2015
G06K 9/00
PCT/CN2013/084321INTEL CORPORATIONYANG, Liu
Apparatuses, methods and storage medium associated with computing, including processing of image frames, are disclosed herein. In embodiments, an apparatus may include an accelerometer and an image processing engine having an object tracking function. The object tracking function may be arranged to track an object from one image frame to another image frame. The object tracking function may use acceleration data output by the accelerometer to assist in locating the object in an image frame. Other embodiments may be described and claimed.

6. WO/2015/047215 CLOUD BASED SPECTRUM MANAGEMENTWO02.04.2015
H04W 16/10
PCT/US2013/061306INTEL CORPORATIONSRIKANTESWARA, Srikathyayani
Certain embodiments herein are directed to managing wireless spectrum, which may include recommending or transmitting spectrum usage changes to one or more wireless devices. A spectrum management system comprising one or more computers may receive spectrum usage information associated with one or more wireless devices. The spectrum management system may generate a spectrum usage map based on the received information. Based on the spectrum usage map, a spectrum usage change is determined and transmitted to one or more wireless devices. The wireless devices may change their operation in accordance with the spectrum usage change.

7. WO/2015/047222 ADAPTIVE AND RECURSIVE FILTERING FOR SAMPLE SUBMISSIONWO02.04.2015
G06F 21/50
PCT/US2013/061388MCAFEE, INC.MUTTIK, Igor
Disclosed are systems, apparatuses, computer readable media, and methods of using an adaptive (i.e., learning) client-server system to enhance the efficiency of sample submissions, e.g., the submission of samples of malware programs to a server dictionary. The server in such a system may accumulate a dictionary of known programs and/or portions of programs that have been submitted by many different client devices over time, representing all the various programs that they have encountered. If a portion of a particular file submission is already available to the server (i.e., it is a portion that the server has already analyzed and stored), it will be excluded from future sample transmissions. The server will gradually accumulate a rich dictionary of common program portions, thus requesting transmission only of previously unseen portions. Such systems, apparatuses, computer readable media, and methods may therefore be used to reduce transmission times needed for future sample submissions.

8. WO/2015/047224 SYSTEMS AND METHODS FOR NFC ACCESS CONTROL IN A SECURE ELEMENT CENTRIC NFC ARCHITECTUREWO02.04.2015
H04W 12/00
PCT/US2013/061411INTEL CORPORATIONBALLESTEROS, Miguel
This disclosure describes systems, methods, and computer-readable media related to near field communication (NFC) access control in a secure element centric NFC architecture. A secure element may receive a request for information and process the received request to identify a first access level associated with the request and a second access level associated with an originator of the request. The secure element may determine if the first access level matches the second access level. If the first access level does not match the second access level, the secure element may transmit a message to the originator of the request indicating a denial of the request. If the first access level does match the second access level, the secure element may transmit the request to a near field communication (NFC) controller, receive information from the NFC controller, and transmit the information from the NFC controller to the originator of the request.

9. WO/2015/043023 MANUFACTURING METHOD FOR TFT-LCD ARRAY SUBSTRATE, LIQUID CRYSTAL PANEL AND LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAYWO02.04.2015
G02F 1/1368
PCT/CN2013/085597SHENZHEN CHINA STAR OPTOELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD.CHAI, Li
A manufacturing method for a TFT-LCD array substrate, which comprises the steps of: a) forming a grid electrode (22), a grid electrode insulation layer (23), an active layer, a source electrode (26a), a drain electrode (26b), a passivation layer (29) and a passivation layer via hole (28) located above the drain electrode (26b) on a glass substrate (21); b) depositing a conductive thin film on the glass substrate (21) after step a) is completed, and after exposure and development, removing the photoresist in a TFT region except at the location of the passivation layer via hole (28), and removing the part of the photoresist in the location of the pixel region where an interval is to be formed, thereby exposing the conductive film in the TFT region except at the location of the passivation layer via hole (28); c) by means of a fourth dry etching, removing the residual photoresist at the location where an interval (271) is to be formed, and exposing the conductive thin film in the position where the interval (271) is to be formed; d) by means of a third wet etching, removing the exposed conductive thin film; and e) peeling off the photoresist which has not been removed to form a conductive electrode (27), and connecting the conductive electrode (27) with the passivation layer via hole (28). Also provided are a liquid crystal panel and a liquid crystal display.

10. WO/2015/045106 WORK VEHICLEWO02.04.2015
F01N 3/08
PCT/JP2013/076301KOMATSU LTD.OKUDA, Kozo
Provided is a work vehicle in which a first guide member (71) extends from the first side plate (61) of a battery cover (60) toward a reducing agent tank (18). In addition, the first guide member (71) slants downward toward the reducing agent tank (18). A second guide member (75) is arranged below the first guide member (71) and slants downward toward the reducing agent tank (18). The second guide member (75) comprises a first edge (771) and a second edge (772). The first edge (771) of the second guide member (75) is positioned further toward a battery (17) side than the tip (731) of the first guide member (71). The second edge (772) of the second guide member (75) is positioned further toward the reducing agent tank (18) side than a partition plate (52).


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