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1. WO/2016/064377 SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR CROWD COUNTING AND TRACKINGWO28.04.2016
H04N 5/262
PCT/US2014/061414KING ABDULLAH UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY GHANEM, Bernard
A video analytic system includes a depth stream sensor, spatial analysis module, temporal analysis module, and analytics module. The spatial analysis module iteratively identifies objects of interest based on local maximum or minimum depth stream values within each frame, removes identified objects of interest, and repeats until all objects of interest have been identified. The temporal analysis module associates each object of interest in the current frame with an object of interest identified in a previous frame, wherein the temporal analysis module utilizes the association between current frame objects of interest and previous frame objects of interest to generate temporal features related to each object of interest. The analytics module detects events based on the received temporal features.

2. WO/2016/064378 DIAPER MONITORWO28.04.2016
G08B 23/00
PCT/US2014/061463PATIENT WELLNESS MONITOR LLC SOLAZZO, Anthony
The diaper monitor has a sensor housing that can be slipped into a pocket formed in a diaper at the time of use and secured in place by a pivotal clip. The housing has a pair of conductive strips for sensing wetting of a diaper and a responsive wireless transmitter to emit a responsive signal. The clip may also complete a circuit in the wireless transmitter when moved into the closed position.

3. WO/2016/064387 DATA RESTORATION USING BLOCK DISK PRESENTATIONSWO28.04.2016
G06F 12/16
PCT/US2014/061801HEWLETT PACKARD ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT LP SLATER, Alastair
In one example, a method is described herein. The method includes generating a block device presentation, the block device presentation corresponding to a snapshot to be restored. The method also includes configuring disk transport drivers on a virtual machine to make the block device presentation accessible. The method further includes receiving a disk read request for a specified logical block address. The method also further includes mapping a disk logical address to a backup object logical byte offset range. The method also further includes returning a selected data corresponding to the specified logical block address to a target storage device.

4. WO/2016/064404 GENERATING A REPRESENTATIVE LOGIC INDICATOR OF GROUPED MEMRISTORSWO28.04.2016
G11C 13/00
PCT/US2014/061982HEWLETT-PACKARD DEVELOPMENT COMPANY, L.P. GE, Ning
A device for generating a representative logic indicator of grouped memristors is described. The device includes a memristor array. The memristor array includes a number of first memristors having a first set of logic indicators and a number of second memristors having a second set of logic indicators. The second set of logic indicators is different than the first set of logic indicators. Each first memristor is grouped with a corresponding second memristor during a memory read operation to generate a representative logic indicator.

5. WO/2016/064431 A SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR DYNAMICALLY COMBINING IMAGES TO DISPLAY TEXTUAL CONTENT IN THE FORM OF AN IMAGEWO28.04.2016
G06T 11/00
PCT/US2014/066538CONVERSANT, INC. MOOSA, Mateen
The system and method for providing a composite image corresponding to a textual message. The composite image is generated by receiving a text message, parsing out styling information, using predetermined size and spacing for combinations of typographical characters in combinations with a graphics editing routine which allows for the recognition and translation of text into a series of images which can then be presented to a viewer as a composite image.

6. WO/2016/064416 INCREASING A READ MARGIN IN A READ CELLWO28.04.2016
G11C 13/00
PCT/US2014/062158HEWLETT PACKARD ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT LP BUCHANAN, Brent
A method of increasing a read margin in a memory cell may include sensing an input current created from the application of a read voltage across a memristive device, squaring the input current, and comparing the squared input current to a reference current. A memristive device may include a memristor and a sense amplifier communicatively coupled to the memristor wherein a sensed input current created from the application of a reference voltage across a memristor is squared and wherein the sense amplifier compares the squared input current to a reference current.

7. WO/2016/064419 FLUID VISCOMETER SUITABLE FOR DOWNHOLE USEWO28.04.2016
E21B 49/08
PCT/US2014/062199HALLIBURTON ENERGY SERVICES, INC. GAO, Li
An illustrative method for measuring a fluid viscosity that includes vibrating a tube containing a fluid of interest, obtaining a vibration signal from the vibrating tube, deriving a system energy loss rate measurement from the vibration signal, calculating an energy loss rate for the fluid of interest from the system energy loss rate measurement and a reference energy loss rate measurement, and generating a viscosity measurement of the fluid of interest based on the energy loss rate for the fluid of interest and a density of the fluid of interest.

8. WO/2016/064426 OPTICAL INTERCONNECT DEVICEWO28.04.2016
G02B 6/38
PCT/US2014/062238HEWLETT PACKARD ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT LP MORRIS, Terrel, L.
One example includes an optical interconnect device. The optical interconnect device includes a plurality of optical fiber ports coupled to a body portion. The optical interconnect device also includes a plurality of optical fibers that are secured within the body portion. A first portion of the plurality of optical fibers can extend from a first of the plurality of optical fiber ports to a second of the plurality of optical fiber ports, and a second portion of the plurality of optical fibers can extend from the first of the plurality of optical fiber ports to a third of the plurality of optical fiber ports.

9. WO/2016/064415 MOBILE COMPUTING DEVICE ANTENNAWO28.04.2016
H01Q 1/24
PCT/US2014/062156HEWLETT-PACKARD DEVELOPMENT COMPANY, L.P. ZHENG, Tianji
A mobile computing device antenna according to one example includes a folded monopole element, a ground plane coupled to the folded monopole element by an antenna feed, a parasitic element that couples the folded monopole element to the ground plane, and a metal frame that encompasses the folded monopole element, the ground plane, and the parasitic element, where the metal frame is coupled to the ground plane by a plurality of ground points.

10. WO/2016/064370 THERMALLY-CONTROLLED FLUID SUPPLY ASSEMBLYWO28.04.2016
F16K 1/38
PCT/US2014/061286MRA SYSTEMS, INC. HATHAWAY, Samuel, Robert
A fluid supply assembly having a conduit (18) through which a fluid may be supplied. A thermal shut-off (30) may be provided to control the supply of fluid through the conduit (18) in response to an environmental temperature condition.


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