WO/2016/075782 WEARABLE DEVICE, DISPLAY CONTROL METHOD, AND DISPLAY CONTROL PROGRAM||WO||19.05.2016|
||PCT/JP2014/080000||FUJITSU LIMITED ||TESHIMA, Mamiko |
A wearable device comprising: a microphone; a display; and a control unit that, on the basis of sound picked up by the microphone, identifies the direction that the sound is generated from, and performs control such that information corresponding to the sound is displayed at a position on the display that corresponds to the identified sound generation direction.
WO/2016/075792 INFORMATION PROCESSING APPARATUS, CONTROL METHOD, AND PROGRAM||WO||19.05.2016|
||PCT/JP2014/080094||CANON KABUSHIKI KAISHA ||ASANO Ayumu |
A client apparatus, which uses a second communication procedure different from a first communication procedure, may fail to refer to the details of a setting related to a security function established, in an information processing apparatus, by use of the first communication procedure. An information processing apparatus comprises: a first processing means that performs, in response to an instruction performed on the basis of a first communication procedure, a setting, which is used to perform an encrypted communication, for the information processing apparatus; a second processing means that performs, in response to an instruction performed on the basis of a second communication procedure, a setting, which is used to perform an encrypted communication, for the information processing apparatus; and a transmission means that, when the instruction performed on the basis of the second communication procedure is received from a reception apparatus after the first processing means performs the setting, which is used to perform the encrypted communication, for the information processing apparatus, transmits, to the reception apparatus, information indicating that the setting used to perform the encrypted communication has been performed in response to the instruction performed on the basis of the first communication procedure.
WO/2016/075820 MEDICAL BATTERY||WO||19.05.2016|
||PCT/JP2014/080233||OLYMPUS CORPORATION ||TSURUTA Shoei |
This medical battery (1) comprises: a chargeable and dischargeable battery cell (23); a first electrode (21) and a second electrode (22) that are connected to the battery cell, and that are electrically connected to an external electrode in a non-contact state; a switching unit (24) that is provided in a battery circuit including the battery cell, the first electrode, and the second electrode, and that switches a current passing through the battery circuit into an alternating current or a direct current; an insulating housing (10) that hermetically seals and houses therein the battery cell, the first electrode, the second electrode, and the switching unit; and a heat storage unit (31) arranged between an inner surface of the housing and the first electrode and between the housing and the second electrode.
WO/2016/075784 FUEL INJECTION CONTROL DEVICE AND FUEL INJECTION CONTROL METHOD FOR INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINE||WO||19.05.2016|
||PCT/JP2014/080010||NISSAN MOTOR CO., LTD. ||YOSHIMURA, Futoshi |
An internal combustion engine (1) has a fuel injection valve for cylinder injection (8) and a fuel injection valve for port injection (9), and a ratio of injection amounts of both is controlled mainly in accordance with an intake pipe pressure downstream of a throttle valve (14). The temperature of an intake valve (4) and the intake pipe pressure are used as parameters such that the lower the intake pipe pressure is, the higher the injection amount ratio of the port injection becomes, and the higher the temperature of the intake valve is, the higher the injection amount ratio of the port injection becomes. Vaporization of fuel is promoted by a negative pressure in an intake port (7) and the heat of the intake valve (4), and thus a wall flow is reduced, with the result that exhaust emission is improved.
WO/2016/075800 PROGRAMMABLE CIRCUIT||WO||19.05.2016|
||PCT/JP2014/080141||HITACHI, LTD. ||SAEN Makoto |
The purpose of the present invention is to provide a programmable circuit capable of suppressing circuit scale and improving availability. The programmable circuit according to the present invention temporarily stops output upon detection of a failure of a function circuit, and corrects circuit configuration data to correct the failure, and the function circuit performs the temporarily stopped processing again (see fig. 1).
WO/2016/075828 SURFACE ELECTROLYTIC TREATMENT METHOD FOR CLOTHING ACCESSORY COMPONENTS, CLOTHING ACCESSORIES, AND PRODUCTION METHOD THEREFOR||WO||19.05.2016|
||PCT/JP2014/080260||NAPOLE PLANNING,LLC ||HASEGAWA,Kenji |
Provided is a surface electrolytic treatment method for clothing accessory components, whereby a variety of metallic colors can be cost-effectively applied to metal clothing accessories. A first metallic color can be applied to one outer surface side of the clothing accessory and, simultaneously, a second metallic color can be applied to the other outer surface side, as a result of: arranging at least one metal clothing accessory in an electrolytic solution, in a state of non-contact with a positive electrode and a negative electrode that are for conducting electricity to the electrolytic solution; conducting electricity to the electrolytic solution; and causing a bipolar phenomenon in the clothing accessory. A step can be included in which the posture of the clothing accessory is controlled during electricity conduction to the electrolytic solution, such that one side of the outer surface of the clothing accessory is faced towards the positive electrode and the other side is faced towards the negative electrode. In addition, a step can be included in which, during electricity conduction to the electrolytic solution, at least part of the outer surface of the clothing accessory is polished.
WO/2016/075771 COMPUTER SYSTEM AND AUTOSCALING METHOD FOR COMPUTER SYSTEM||WO||19.05.2016|
||PCT/JP2014/079936||HITACHI, LTD. ||TERAMURA, Takeshi |
A computer system having a varying load, wherein computer resources are appropriately allocated according to the load even when load variations are difficult to predict and even when different computer resource allocation methods are effective for different application conditions. In order to accomplish this feature, the computer system is at least provided with: a physical server which has computer resources including a processor, a storage device, and a communication interface; a virtualization device which virtualizes computer resources and allocates virtual computer resources to a plurality of virtual environments; and a management device which manages the plurality of virtual environments. The management device comprises: a monitoring unit which monitors loads on the plurality of virtual environments; a control unit which determines, based on the monitored loads, whether it is necessary to add another virtual environment; and a configuration changing unit which requests addition of a virtual environment in accordance with the determination made by the control unit, removes usage restrictions on computer resources that constitute existing virtual environments, and, upon completion of the addition of a virtual environment, restores the usage restrictions on the existing virtual environments.
WO/2016/075789 CONTROL UNIT AND ELECTRIC POWER STEERING DEVICE USING SAME||WO||19.05.2016|
||PCT/JP2014/080062||MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION ||TAKEUCHI, Kensuke |
A control unit capable of achieving effective utilization of the area of a control substrate and simplification and uniformity of the shape of a conductive plate is obtained. A frame has upper and lower surfaces extending in directions perpendicular to a motor output shaft, and on each of the surfaces, a toroidal-shaped conductive plate is mounted. The conductive plates each have a connection terminal portion on an inner circumferential side and an outer circumferential side thereof. An inverter circuit is formed of a power module comprising a plurality of switching elements. On one side of a package forming the power module, a power supply terminal is provided, and on an opposite side, an output terminal connected to a winding terminal for supplying power to a motor and a control terminal connected to a control signal are provided. The terminal portion on the inner circumferential side of the conductive plate is connected with the power supply terminal of the power module, and the control substrate is connected with the control terminal of the power module.
WO/2016/075797 BATTERY SYSTEM||WO||19.05.2016|
||PCT/JP2014/080133||HITACHI, LTD. ||YAMAUCHI Shuko |
The present invention addresses the problem of providing a battery system, wherein power consumption of an electric circuit is suppressed, said electric circuit becoming an additional component when a storage battery is in a stand-by state, and charge/discharge efficiency is high.
This battery system is characterized in that: a first storage battery group wherein a plurality of storage batteries are connected in series and/or parallel, a second storage battery connected to the high potential side of the storage battery group via a switch, and a battery management device that manages the battery state of the storage battery group are integrated with a housing; the battery management device is supplied with power from the second storage battery; and the second storage battery is supplementarily charged by closing the switch.
WO/2016/075803 SHAPING DEVICE AND SHAPING METHOD||WO||19.05.2016|
||PCT/JP2014/080152||NIKON CORPORATION ||SHIBAZAKI, Yuichi |
This shaping device comprises: a beam shaping system having a beam irradiation unit and a material processing unit which supplies a shaping material (PD) irradiated by beams (LB11, LB12) from the beam irradiation unit; and a control device which, on the basis of 3D data of a three-dimensional shaped object, controls the beam shaping system and a movement system of a workpiece (W) such that a target area (TA) on a target surface (TAS) is shaped by supplying the shaping material (PD) while moving the beams (LB11, LB12) from the beam irradiation unit and the target surface (TAS) on the workpiece (W) relative to each other. The shaping material (PD) is supplied vertically downwards from the supply port of a nozzle (84a) provided on the material processing unit, and the shaping material is irradiated by the beams (LB11, LB12), which are emitted from an emitting surface of a condensing optical system of the beam irradiation unit and which pass along the optical path inclined relative to the optical axis (AX).