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1. WO/2016/153423 APPARATUS AND METHOD FOR MANAGING DIGITAL CERTIFICATESWO29.09.2016
H04L 29/06
PCT/SG2016/050015SIXSCAPE COMMUNICATIONS PTE LTDHUGHES, Lawrence
An apparatus and a method for managing digital certificates, the apparatus comprising: a processor configured for transmitting a response to a client device upon receiving a message to get capabilities of the apparatus from the client device, the client device being configured to communicate with the apparatus via a client application not using Hypertext Transfer Protocol; authenticating the client device via an authentication method supported by the apparatus and selected based on user input to the client application; transmitting a digital certificate having a public key to the client device after the secure connection is established to enable authentication via verifying a private key corresponding to the public key if the selected authentication method authenticates via verifying the private key corresponding to the public key; and establishing the secure connection to communicate with the client device if the apparatus is able to establish the secure connection.

2. WO/2016/153425 AN EASY ACCESS WHEELCHAIRWO29.09.2016
A61G 5/02
PCT/SG2016/050088NANYANG POLYTECHNICCHIN, Yeow Hong
This invention relates to a rotatable assembly for a self-propelled wheelchair. The rotatable assembly comprises a holder, a mounting adaptor, a rotating block and a securing means. The holder has a cutout defining a C-shape base. The mounting adaptor is secured to the holder and adapted to be mountable on a frame of the wheelchair. The rotating block is arranged within the cutout of the holder and rotatably coupled to the holder. The rotating block has a through opening adapted for mounting onto a rear wheel of the wheelchair. The holder and the rotating block are arranged such the rotating block is rotatable between a first position in which the rear wheel is adjacent a side of the wheelchair and a second position in which the rear wheel is adjacent a rear of the wheelchair. The securing means is adapted for locking the rotating block when in the first position and unlocking the rotating block to move between the first and second positions.

3. WO/2016/153427 PHOTO-ACOUSTIC IMAGING APPARATUS AND METHODS OF OPERATIONWO29.09.2016
G01N 29/00
PCT/SG2016/050130NANYANG TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITYPRAMANIK, Manojit
A photo-acoustic imaging apparatus (300) is provided for imaging a region (318) of a subject (306). The apparatus comprises: a light source (310) for directing light (314) at the region of the subject. A photo-acoustic transducer (320) senses photo-acoustic signals (404) induced in the region of the subject by the laser light, the photo-acoustic transducer being immersed in an ultrasound coupling medium and arranged to scan the region of the subject and to move in a curvilinear path (402) around the region of the subject. The light source is disposed within a volume (346) defined, at least in part, by the curvilinear path.

4. WO/2016/153433 A METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR DETERMINING THE CONTACT RESISTANCE OF A SOLAR CELLWO29.09.2016
G01N 21/62
PCT/SG2016/050138NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SINGAPOREWONG, Kai Chi, Johnson
A method and system for determining the contact resistance of a solar cell having a front electrode grid on a front surface thereof. The method comprises the steps of capturing one or more luminescence images of the front surface of the solar cell; determining a measured luminescence distribution in a cell plane comprising the front surface of the solar cell based on the one or more luminescence images; identifying a simulated luminescence distribution which meets a similarity criterion to the measured luminescence distribution; and determining a quantitative value for the contact resistance from the simulated luminescence distribution that meets the similarity criterion.

5. WO/2016/153430 METHOD OF OBFUSCATING DATAWO29.09.2016
H04L 9/00
PCT/SG2016/050134HUAWEI INTERNATIONAL PTE. LTD.YUEN, Tsz Hon
Embodiments of the invention provide system and method of obfuscating data. According to one embodiment, a plurality of random numbers is generated by applying a one-way compression function to a plurality of auxiliary inputs which may at least include a secret key and a data partner identifier. Iteratively, for each row of data to be obfuscated, the following is performed: a plurality of data blocks is constructed from the each row of data to be obfuscated, wherein the number (n) of the data blocks is predetermined; a dot product is generated which is obtained by: generating a plurality of products by multiplying each of the plurality of data blocks with an exclusive one of the plurality of random numbers and summing the plurality of products; and an obfuscated form of the each row of data to be obfuscated is generated by determining a remainder of a modulo operation which is performed using the dot product as dividend and a predetermined integer value as divisor.

6. WO/2016/153424 AN ARM IMMOBILIZATION APPARATUS AND METHODS FOR WEARING THE APPARATUSWO29.09.2016
A61F 5/37
PCT/SG2016/050055AVALANCHE STUDIO PTE LTDCOOPER, Anthony James
An arm immobilization apparatus (800) is disclosed, which comprises a main body (802) arranged to be of a substantially oblong shape; and a location strap (804) having first and second ends (806a, 806b), wherein the first end is arranged to be coupled to a long edge of the main body, and the second end is coupled to first and second short edges (808a, 808b) of the main body. Corresponding methods for wearing the arm immobilization apparatus are also disclosed.

7. WO/2016/153432 DRUGS FROM SUBSTITUTED PHENYL CINNAMYL KETONESWO29.09.2016
C07D 307/83
PCT/SG2016/050136NANYANG POLYTECHNICSENG, Eng Khuan
The present invention relates to substituted phenyl cinnamyl ketones of Formula (I) for use in therapy: wherein R1 to R11 are defined as described in the specification, or a pharmaceutically acceptable salt, tautomer(s), solvate or polymorph thereof, that are used in the treatment on RNA virus related infections. The present invention also relates to use of the compounds as described in the specification for the manufacture of a medicament in the treatment of a disease associated with RNA virus infections. The present invention also relates a method of preventing or treating a disease associated with a RNA virus related infection comprising administering to a subject in need of treatment a compound as described in the specification, or a pharmaceutically acceptable salt thereof.

8. WO/2016/153429 A RESISTIVE MICROFLUIDIC PRESSURE SENSORWO29.09.2016
G01L 1/20
PCT/SG2016/050133NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SINGAPOREKenry
A resistive microfluidic pressure sensor is provided which comprises a first layer comprising a microfluidic channel with a carbon-based conductive liquid and a second layer comprising at least two electrodes, the at least two electrodes being adapted to measure resistance of the carbon-based conductive liquid upon deformation of the microfluidic channel as a result of a change in force applied on a surface of the sensor.

9. WO/2016/153434 NORMALIZATION METHODS FOR MEASURING GENE COPY NUMBER AND EXPRESSIONWO29.09.2016
G06F 19/20
PCT/SG2016/050140AGENCY FOR SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND RESEARCH (A*STAR)BATAGOV, Arsen
The present invention provides method(s) for measuring gene copy number (CN) of a given locus of interest, comprising 1 ) obtaining the CN value of the locus of interest, 2) obtaining the CN value or values of one or more CN-invariant locus reference(s) (CNILR) in the biological sample, where the CNILR is a locus which is locally CN-invariant or a locus with a minimal coefficient of variation, 3) obtaining the CN value or values of one or more CN-invariant and survival insignificant locus reference reference(s) (CNISILR) determined based on survival prediction analysis for a specific subgroup; and 4) normalizing the CN value of the locus of interest by the CN values of one or more CNISILRs if defined, otherwise normalizing the CN value of the locus of interest by the CN values of said one or more CNILRs. In one embodiment, the CNILRs or CNISILRs is one or more loci from the group consisting of XRCC5, AUTS2, EIF5, PARN, YEATS2 and FHL2. Also encompassed are kits and computer program or computer device for use in the methods of the invention.

10. WO/2016/153435 LOCATION SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR DETERMINING LOCATION OF A VEHICLEWO29.09.2016
G01C 21/16
PCT/SG2016/050144AGENCY FOR SCIENCE,TECHNOLOGY AND RESEARCHXU, Wenjie
There is provided a method of determining a location of a vehicle including obtaining a curve segment of a path navigated by the vehicle (estimated by an inertial navigation system), selecting one or more candidate curve segments from a road network database resembling the curve segment of the navigated path obtained, identifying one of the candidate curve segments as matching the curve segment of the navigated path, and determining the location of the vehicle based on the matching curve segment identified. The method includes comparing the curve segment of the navigated path with a curve segment from the road network database to determine whether the curve segment from the road network database qualifies as a candidate curve segment, and scaling at least one of the curve segment of the navigated path and the curve segment from the road network database to reduce a difference in length therebetween for the comparison.


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