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1. WO/2016/068901 VISUALIZATION INCLUDING MULTIDIMENSIONAL GRAPHLETSWO06.05.2016
H04N 13/00
PCT/US2014/062847HEWLETT-PACKARD DEVELOPMENT COMPANY, L.P. ROBINSON, Ian N.
A visualization includes a multidimensional array of multidimensional graphlets, the multidimensional array arranging the multidimensional graphlets in a plurality of dimensions, where each of the multidimensional graphlets includes at least three dimensions. Respective attributes of data are represented with the plurality of dimensions of the multidimensional array. Respective additional attributes of the data are represented with the dimensions of the multidimensional graphlets.

2. WO/2016/068902 INCLUDING NODE AND PROCESS IDENTIFIERS IN A TRANSACTIONWO06.05.2016
H04L 12/70
PCT/US2014/062848HEWLETT PACKARD ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT LP BENEDICT, Melvin K.
A receiver node receives, over a communication fabric, a transaction packet that includes an identifier of a sender node and an identifier of a process at the sender node, the transaction packet sent by the process for a transaction. The receiver node performs authentication for the transaction based on the identifier of the process and the identifier of the sender node.

3. WO/2016/068907 COMMITTING ALTERED METADATA TO A NON-VOLATILE STORAGE DEVICEWO06.05.2016
G06F 12/00
PCT/US2014/062886HEWLETT PACKARD ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT LP LESARTRE, Gregg B.
An example system for committing metadata to a non-volatile storage device may include a controller that includes determines a count of metadata that has been altered after being committed to the non-volatile storage device. Based on the count being above a first threshold, the controller may prevent alterations to the metadata. Based on the count being above a second threshold, the controller may commit the altered metadata to the non-volatile metadata.

4. WO/2016/068910 RECIPROCAL QUANTUM LOGIC (RQL) CIRCUIT SYNTHESISWO06.05.2016
G06F 17/50
PCT/US2014/062895NORTHROP GRUMMAN SYSTEMS CORPORATION SHAUCK, Steven B.
A method for generating a Reciprocal Quantum Logic (RQL) circuit design via a synthesis tool. The method includes providing data associated with behavior and constraints of the RQL circuit design and a component library to the synthesis tool. The method also includes generating an RQL netlist circuit comprising a flip-flop device placeholder and a circuit system coupled to at least one of an input and an output of the flip-flop device placeholder via the synthesis tool based on the data and a component library. The method also includes separating the circuit system into circuit subsystems that are each associated with a separate respective phase of a clock signal via the synthesis tool based on inputs. The method further includes removing the flip-flop device placeholder from the RQL netlist circuit via the synthesis tool to generate the RQL circuit design from the RQL netlist circuit.

5. WO/2016/068911 RESISTIVE MEMORY DEVICEWO06.05.2016
G11C 13/00
PCT/US2014/062912HEWLETT PACKARD ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT LP IGNOWSKI, James S.
A resistive memory device includes a plurality of arrays of resistive memory cells and a plurality of memory access circuits. A different one of the memory access circuits is coupled to each of the arrays. Each of the memory access circuits includes control circuitry to read and write the resistive memory cells of the array to which the memory access circuit is coupled, and a programmable element to vary a parameter of the control circuitry. Operation of the control circuitry for accessing the resistive memory cells is changed by varying the parameter.

6. WO/2016/068921 FLUID EJECTION DEVICEWO06.05.2016
B41J 2/175
PCT/US2014/063025HEWLETT-PACKARD DEVELOPMENT COMPANY, L.P. SCHULTE, Donald W.
A fluid ejecting device including a die including a perimeter defined by a first edge, a second edge opposing the first edge, a third edge, and a fourth edge opposing the third edge, wherein the third and fourth edges are disposed at an angle to the first and second edges to form angular corners, an active area including circuitry for controlling the fluid ejecting device to eject fluid, an inactive area positioned between the perimeter and the active area, and a termination ring encircling the active area, the termination ring including sides extending parallel to the first, second, third, and fourth edges and corners coupling adjacent sides, the corners having a corner radius greater than a first distance between the first edge and one of the sides of the termination ring, and a nozzle to eject fluid.

7. WO/2016/068922 PILOT BURNER AND METHOD FOR STABILIZING A PILOT FLAME IN A COMBUSTOR SUBJECT TO COMBUSTION DYNAMICSWO06.05.2016
F23R 3/34
PCT/US2014/063045SIEMENS AKTIENGESELLSCHAFT RAJARAM, Rajesh
A pilot burner (15) and method for stabilizing a pilot flame in a combustor (14) of a gas turbine engine are provided. The pilot burner includes a fuel nozzle (17) having at least one orifice having a cross-sectional profile effective to stabilize a pilot flame subject to combustion dynamics. The cross-sectional profile may be a non-circular cross-sectional profile (52, 54) and/or may be formed by an array of neighboring sub-orifices (56), such as circular or non-circular cross-sectional profiles that in combination attain a desired fuel-injecting area.

8. WO/2016/068955 DATA ENTRIES HAVING VALUES FOR FEATURESWO06.05.2016
G06F 17/00
PCT/US2014/063218HEWLETT PACKARD ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT LP TADESKI, Inbal
Data entries can include values for each of a number of features that each have a number of permissible or possible values. The features and the permissible values thereof are ranked based on a graph constructed from the features and the permissible values. The data entries can include textual data for free-text features that do not have permissible values or possible values, and new features created based on information extracted from the textual data, where nodes and edges are added to the graph from these new features. Graphical elements corresponding to the features and graphical representations based on frequencies of the permissible values of the features can be displayed.

9. WO/2016/068926 METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR NETWORK PERFORMANCE ROOT CAUSE ANALYSISWO06.05.2016
H04L 12/24
PCT/US2014/063083NOKIA SOLUTIONS AND NETWORKS OY IYER, Krishnan
A system in a telecommunications network includes a database including at least one metric, at least one module configured for analyzing the at least one metric, a graphical user interface configured for displaying the at least one module, and a processor configured for determining a root cause in the network.

10. WO/2016/068940 DOWNHOLE SENSOR FOR FORMATION FLUID PROPERTY MEASUREMENTWO06.05.2016
E21B 47/00
PCT/US2014/063168HALLIBURTON ENERGY SERVICES, INC. XIA, Hua
A downhole sensor package for detecting one or more thermophysical properties of a downhole fluid, comprising a sensor housing having a fluid input port and a fluid output port; an inner flow tube located within and axially defined with the sensor package housing; an outer flow annulus defined between the inner flow tube and the sensor housing, wherein the inner flow tube is in fluid communication with the outer flow annulus; and a vibration source and a vibration detector engaging the inner flow tube; and methods for using the same are disclosed.


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