WO/2016/114744 MOBILE DEVICE FOR AUTOMATICALLY DELIVERING PRINT JOBS TO PRINTERS||WO||21.07.2016|
||PCT/US2013/056380||HEWLETT-PACKARD DEVELOPMENT COMPANY, L.P.||FERNANDES, Lenin|
Examples disclosed herein provide for the handling of a print job for a printer via a mobile device. The mobile device receives a notification from a computing device to indicate the print job is available for printing. Upon the mobile device joining a wireless network associated with the printer, the mobile device delivers the print job from the mobile device to the printer via the wireless network.
WO/2016/114745 H-MATRIX PRECONDITIONER||WO||21.07.2016|
||PCT/US2015/000176||SCHLUMBERGER TECHNOLOGY CORPORATION||MALVESIN, Emmanuel|
A method can include receiving a system of equations with associated variables that describe physical phenomena associated with a geologic formation; representing a matrix for the system of equations as a tree of blocks; classifying a portion of the blocks as being near blocks and another portion of the blocks as being far blocks; and based on the classification of the near blocks, computing a preconditioner for an iterative solver for solving the system of equations.
WO/2016/114746 CUTTING DECK FLOW CONTROL ASSEMBLY||WO||21.07.2016|
||PCT/US2015/010952||HUSQVARNA AB||POOLE, James, R.|
A cutting deck for housing first and second cutting blades rotatable inside a cutting chamber is provided. The cutting deck includes a weldment including a top plate and side plates. The top plate includes first and second shaft reception orifices, and a flow control assembly extending away from the top plate to define an airflow channel between the flow control assembly and the side plates. The flow control assembly includes a first directional changing portion proximate to the first shaft reception orifice and a second directional changing portion proximate to the second shaft reception orifice. The first and second directional changing portions are separated from each other by straight portions. The first and second directional changing portions are passed over only by respective ones of the first and second cutting blades, and both the first and second cutting blades pass over the straight portions.
WO/2016/114747 HYBRID CEMENTITIOUS BULIDINGS FOR A MULTI-LEVEL HABITAT||WO||21.07.2016|
||PCT/US2015/010953||HUNT, Christopher, M.||HUNT, Christopher, M.|
Cementitious construction system that employs beams with utility voids, special screws coordinated with AAC anchoring inserts, and interlocking fastening systems that make possible a precast building requiring no welding and having all the structural advantages of a poured in place structure but which is constructed in less time and cost than existing precast systems.
WO/2016/114748 DATA COMPARISON||WO||21.07.2016|
||PCT/US2015/010972||HEWLETT PACKARD ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT LP||SAARONI, Dror|
In one implementation, a test data comparison system can include a history engine to gather test data and maintain a log of test data based on element identifiers of a user interface, a comparison engine to identify a degree of diversity from a comparison of a first data and a second data and determine a second data entered at a first location is diverse from a first data entered at the first location when the degree of diversity achieves a diversity level of a diversity rule, and a suggestion engine to cause a message to be generated based on the comparison.
WO/2016/114749 HANDLING MEMORY ERRORS IN MEMORY MODULES THAT INCLUDE VOLATILE AND NON-VOLATILE COMPONENTS||WO||21.07.2016|
||PCT/US2015/010974||HEWLETT PACKARD ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT LP||VOLENTINE, Robert J.|
In one example in accordance with the present disclosure, a system for handling memory errors includes a memory module having volatile components and non-volatile components. The system includes a BIOS chip having BIOS code and a BIOS non-volatile (NV) memory. The BIOS NV memory stores error data associated with the memory module that was stored prior to a power-on or reset of the system. The system includes a processor to execute the BIOS code to, after the power-on or reset of the system and before an operating system is loaded: (1) read, from the BIOS NV memory, the error data; and (2) determine, based on the error data, whether to take a corrective action with respect to the memory module.
WO/2016/114750 DATA LINK LAYER INFORMATION||WO||21.07.2016|
||PCT/US2015/011008||HEWLETT PACKARD ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT LP||NGUYEN, Ted T.|
In one implementation, a controller coupled to a network includes logic to instruct a first network element to send a reply packet with data link layer information to a source in response to a receipt of a first probe packet having a first trace value at the first network element and instruct the first network element to send a second probe packet to a second network element with a second trace value.
WO/2016/114751 TARGETED SCREW FOR TALAR DOME FIXATION||WO||21.07.2016|
||PCT/US2015/011020||WRIGHT MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY, INC.||SANDER, Elizabeth, J.|
A bone implant is disclosed. The implant comprises a body having a bone contact surface and an articulation surface. A first flange extends longitudinally from the bone contact surface. The flange defines a first screw hole configured to receive a targeted screw therethrough. The targeted screw couples the implant to a bone.
WO/2016/114752 WAVE REFLECTION SUPPRESSION IN PULSE MODULATION TELEMETRY||WO||21.07.2016|
||PCT/US2015/011034||HALLIBURTON ENERGY SERVICES, INC.||PILLAI, Bipin Kumar|
A method including receiving a waveform, identifying the presence of a pulse in the waveform, and subtracting a reflection template from the received waveform when a pulse is present in the waveform to obtain a corrected waveform, is presented. The method may further include reading the corrected waveform using a digital processing protocol and adjusting a drilling parameter according to the reading. A device configured to perform a method as above is also provided. A method as above, further including modifying a drilling parameter in a wellbore based on the reading of a pulse sequence including the waveform is also provided.
WO/2016/114753 ELECTRONIC DEVICE WITH ELECTRICALLY COUPLING LOCK||WO||21.07.2016|
||PCT/US2015/011037||HEWLETT-PACKARD DEVELOPMENT COMPANY, L. P.||LIN, Te-Yueh|
In some examples, an electronic device includes an electronic component, a battery pack that is dockable to the electronic component, and a lock to lock a docked battery pack to the electronic device. In some examples, the lock is to move to a locked state in which the docked battery pack is to be locked to the electronic device and electrically coupled to the electronic component to power the electronic component using the docked battery pack and the lock is to move to an unlocked state in which the docked battery pack is to be unlocked from the electronic device and electrically isolated from the electronic component.