WO/2015/118381 AUTONOMOUS DETERMINATION OF OVERLAPPING COVERAGE IN HETEROGENEOUS NETWORKS||WO||13.08.2015|
||PCT/IB2014/058817||TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET L M ERICSSON (PUBL)||LIGHTSTONE, Leonard|
Systems and methods are disclosed for autonomously determining overlapping coverage in a cellular communications network (10). In one embodiment, the cellular communications network (10) is a heterogeneous cellular communications network. In one embodiment, a network node (34) of a cellular communication system obtains information (e.g., pilot reports) indicative of a perceived coverage of one or more covering cells (16, 18-2) at wireless devices (20) within a measuring cell (18-1) over a measurement interval. The network node (34) determines overlapping coverage of the measuring cell (18-1) and the one or more covering cells (16, 18-2) based on the information indicative of the perceived coverage of the one or more covering cells (16, 18-2) at the wireless devices (20).
WO/2015/118368 DEVICE AND METHOD FOR DETECTING GESTURES ON THE SKIN||WO||13.08.2015|
||PCT/IB2014/000109||SONY CORPORATION||MIDHOLT, Magnus|
A device and method in accordance with the present disclosure provide an input to an electronic device via a gesture performed by a user. A distortion of the user's skin surface due to a gesture performed on the user's skin surface is detected, and a characteristic of the detected distortion is determined. Based on the determined characteristic, the gesture performed on the user's skin surface is determined.
WO/2015/118384 METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR SECURELY DISTRIBUTING DIGITAL VOUCHERS||WO||13.08.2015|
||PCT/IB2014/058841||SONY CORPORATION||KARLSSON, David|
A disclosed method is implemented by a voucher server for distributing digital vouchers. The voucher server stores a plurality of encrypted digital vouchers, each being encrypted with a respective one of a plurality of encryption keys and each having an associated identifier. The voucher server receives, from a computing device, a request for a digital voucher, the request including an identifier. The voucher server determines if the received identifier matches an identifier of any of the plurality of encrypted digital vouchers. If the received identifier matches an identifier for a given one of the encrypted digital vouchers, the voucher server transmits the given encrypted digital voucher to the computing device. The voucher server does not have access to the encryption key used to encrypt the given encrypted digital voucher.
WO/2015/113646 SERVICE SPECIFIC TRAFFIC HANDLING||WO||06.08.2015|
||PCT/EP2014/052319||TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET L M ERICSSON (PUBL)||MATTSSON, Ulf|
A device, DEV, 20, such as a terminal device, comprising a memory 206 and a processor 208, the processor being adapted for executing an operating system, OS 204, whose instructions are stored in the memory, 206, through which OS an application, APP, can further be executed, the application permitting packet data to be provided to or from the device and a server. The OS 204 interacting with the APP using OS specific port numbers when exe- cuting the APP, the device is being operative to - receiving 101 information PA_NOT concerning a port mapping policy PPOL that specifies a plurality of applications, wherein for each application a predetermined assignable port space is defined within which an application specific port P_APP can be assigned; - starting 105 an application APP_S; - having an OS specific port P_OS assigned 107 to the started application APP_S; - assigning 109 an application specific port P_APP for the OS specific port P_OS in accordance with the port mapping policy PPOL; - translating 112, for traffic relating to the started application 110, internet packets P to be transmitted for the started application, such that for a OS specific source port P_OS, the OS specific source port field of packets to be transmitted is ex- changed with the assigned application specific port P_APP, - transmitting 114 the translated traffic with the assigned application specific source port. fig. 2
WO/2015/114833 IMAGE INSPECTING DEVICE AND IMAGE INSPECTING PROGRAM||WO||06.08.2015|
||PCT/JP2014/052448||PROSPER CREATIVE CO., LTD.||KAWABATA, Hideki|
An image inspecting device (10) automatically extracts points of difference between first image data and second image data by comparing the first image data, created as data representing a reference image serving as an inspection reference, and the second image data, created as data representing an inspection image serving as an inspection target. The image inspecting device (10) comprises: a storage means which stores the reference image and the inspection image; an image processing means which performs an image superimposing process by making at least a portion of the stored reference image and at least a portion of the inspection image correspond at the pixel level as the first and second image data; a difference detecting means which detects differences between the two sets of image data by comparing the superimposed first and second image data; an image generating means which compares a plurality of threshold values with the differences to generate error-displaying image data for each threshold value; and image inspecting means which performs an image inspecting process using the generated error-displaying image data for each threshold value.
WO/2015/114682 MOLECULAR OXYGEN LASER OSCILLATOR||WO||06.08.2015|
||PCT/JP2014/000478||TAKEHISA, Kiwamu||TAKEHISA, Kiwamu|
An objective of the present invention is to provide a molecular oxygen laser oscillator whereby it is possible to directly cause laser oscillations from excited singlet oxygen (O2(1Δg)). A molecular oxygen laser oscillator (100) according to the present embodiment comprises an excited oxygen emitter (130) whereupon a rotating disk (204) is disposed, and a laser resonator (102) which is positioned directly above the excited oxygen emitter (130) and is directly coupled thereto. It would also be permissible, with regard to the molecular oxygen laser oscillator (100) according to the present embodiment, for a partition (112) to be disposed between the excited oxygen emitter (130) and the laser resonator (102).
WO/2015/113362 BORDERLESS DISPLAY APPARATUS||WO||06.08.2015|
||PCT/CN2014/080424||BOE TECHNOLOGY GROUP CO., LTD.||ZHAO, Feng|
A borderless display apparatus comprises a display panel (100), a panel connection piece (200), and a backlight module. The display panel (100) comprises a display surface and a back surface opposite to the display surface. One end of the panel connection piece (200) is fixed to the peripheral area of the back surface of the display panel (100), a first support surface (201) used for supporting the display panel is formed on the other end of the panel connection piece (200), and a first buckling portion is formed on the first support surface (201). The backlight module comprises a back board (300) disposed at a side of the back surface of the display panel (100), and comprises a rubber frame (400). The rubber frame (400) is fixed to the periphery of the back board (300) and is corresponding to the panel connection piece (200) in position. A second support surface (401) fitted to the first support surface (201) and used for supporting the display panel (100) is formed on one end, close to the display panel (100), of the rubber frame (400). A second buckling portion matching the first buckling portion is formed on the second support surface (401), and the first buckling portion and the second buckling portion are mutually buckled and fixed. Borderless design is achieved on the borderless display apparatus; the borderless display apparatus can improve the overall quality of a module, has a structure easy to assemble, can improve the production efficiency and reduce cost.
WO/2015/116140 MAGNESIUM METAL ORE WASTE IN WELL CEMENTING||WO||06.08.2015|
||PCT/US2014/014037||HALLIBURTON ENERGY SERVICES, INC.||CHATTERJI, Jiten|
Methods and compositions are provided that utilize magnesium metal ore waste in well cementing. A method of cementing may comprise introducing a cement composition into a subterranean formation, wherein the cement composition comprises water and a cement component comprising magnesium metal ore waste; and allowing the cement composition to set.
WO/2015/109485 FLAT DRILL BIT||WO||30.07.2015|
||PCT/CN2014/071226||HANGZHOU GREAT STAR TOOLS CO., LTD.||LI, Yueming|
A flat drill bit, characterized by comprising: a handle (1) and a flat blade part formed at the front of the handle; the front of the flat blade part extends inward from both sides respectively to form a first shoulder (21) and a second shoulder (22); the two shoulders continue to gather and extend inward and upward to form a first gathering part (23) and a second gathering part (24), and form a pointed apex (25) on the top; a first notch (211) is formed at the cutting edge of the first shoulder towards the inner part of the flat blade part; and the inner edge of the first recess (211) slopes downward toward the outside of the first shoulder, forming an angle greater than 0 degree with the horizontal line of the flat drill bit.
WO/2015/109465 METHOD OF MAKING MERGED JUNCTION IN METAL NANOWIRES||WO||30.07.2015|
||PCT/CN2014/071152||NUOVO FILM INC.||POON, Hakfei|
The present invention discloses transparent conductive electrodes comprising merged metal nanowires and the method of making the same. The merged nanowire junctions are formed not by pressing the metal nanowires using pressure.