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1. WO/2016/148641 SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR INFORMATION SECURITY THREAT DISRUPTION VIA A BORDER GATEWAYWO22.09.2016
H04L 12/00
PCT/SG2015/050040CERTIS CISCO SECURITY PTE LTDLIM, Keng Leng Albert
A system and method for disrupting an information security threat that constitutes an attack on a computer asset in a computer network is provided. The provided system and method disrupts this information security threat after the attack on the computer asset has been detected by at least one of the monitoring devices on the affected computer network. An intermediate upstream gateway of the affected computer network is then utilized to disrupt this information security threat. As the detected attack is being disrupted, a mitigation action will be automatically initiated if a mitigation action associated with the attack is stored in the system's database; else information about the attack will be sent to a central command centre for further assessment. At the central command centre, a mitigating action will be further developed and executed to address the intention of the attack.

2. WO/2016/148614 NODE AND METHOD FOR DYNAMIC SYNCHRONIZATION OF COMMUNICATIONS FOR A WIRELESS DEVICEWO22.09.2016
H04W 56/00
PCT/SE2015/050312TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET LM ERICSSON (PUBL)SINGH, Damanjit
Example embodiments presented herein are directed towards a wireless device (501) and base station (401), and corresponding method therein, for dynamic synchronization of communications for the wireless device. The wireless device is configured to receive communications on the first and second carriers, and wherein the first carrier is configured for synchronous communications and the second carrier is configured for shared communications. The dynamic synchronization is of communications on the second carrier to a predefined frame structure on a first carrier.

3. WO/2016/147306 STORAGE BATTERY MANAGEMENT APPARATUS, METHOD, AND PROGRAMWO22.09.2016
H02J 7/02
PCT/JP2015/057765KABUSHIKI KAISHA TOSHIBAKURODA, Kazuto
A storage battery management apparatus according to an embodiment of the present invention manages battery units in a storage battery system including a plurality of the battery units each having a plurality of battery cells, and a power adjustment device connected with the plurality of battery units via respective contactors and connected with a main circuit. When management of the battery units is to be conducted, a minimum-value discrimination unit discriminates, among battery units in which the difference between the maximum cell voltage and the minimum cell voltage of the battery units is not larger than a predetermined value, the minimum value of the minimum cell voltage, and a control unit sets the minimum value of the minimum cell voltage as a cell-balancing target voltage and controls cell-balancing process of the battery units managed by the device. Thus, even when there is a battery cell (or a cell module) in a battery unit with an abnormality, the storage battery management apparatus can suppress spread of the influence of the abnormality and can enhance availability.

4. WO/2016/145633 OPTICAL SYSTEM FOR HIGH-SPEED THREE-DIMENSIONAL IMAGINGWO22.09.2016
G02B 21/00
PCT/CN2015/074493NATIONAL TSING HUA UNIVERSITYCHIANG, Ann-Shyn
An optical system (100) capable of high-speed imaging in a three-dimensional space and an application thereof for rapidly capturing optical images of a three-dimensional cranial nerve structure. This optical system (100) for high-speed three-dimensional imaging comprises: a light source (102), a spectroscope (110), a beam shaping device (104), at least one lens (106) and an image detection module (112), wherein the beam shaping device (104) retracts or extends, along a direction of a light path, the focal point of the light source (102) behind the lens (106), and in this way light radiated by the light source (102) can be focused behind the lens (106) at different depths within a sample (108). The light source (102) and the sample (108) are disposed at two sides of the lens (106), respectively; the image detection module (112) is configured on the light path so that a light signal activated at the sample (108) penetrates through the at least one lens (106) and is then received by the image detection module (112), which facilitates capturing of the plane images of the sample (108) at different depths.

5. WO/2016/145755 IMAGE ROTATION METHOD FOR INTELLIGENT TERMINAL, AND INTELLIGENT TERMINALWO22.09.2016
G06F 3/0488
PCT/CN2015/083368JRD COMMUNICATION INC.TIAN, Hongqi
An image rotation method and an intelligent terminal. The method comprises: when the intelligent terminal detects that a touch operation applied to an image displayed on a screen thereof contains at least two touch points, and the motion track of the at least two touch points is an arc, determining that the touch operation is an operation of rotating the image (101); determining a rotation angle of the touch operation according to the motion track of the at least two touch points (102); and rotating the image synchronously according to a rotation direction of the motion track and the rotation angle (103).Through the above-mentioned method, an image can be rapidly rotated to an angle required by a user, thereby increasing the user experience.

6. WO/2016/145835 DISPLAY DEVICE DRIVING METHOD AND DRIVING DEVICE THEREFORWO22.09.2016
G09G 3/20
PCT/CN2015/091998BOE TECHNOLOGY GROUP CO., LTD.GUO, Renwei
Provided are a 3D display device driving method and a driving device therefor, relating to the field of display technology. A display effect of a 3D display device may be improved in a situation wherein a sub-pixel size is fixed. The method comprises the following steps: receiving an image signal, and extracting a first view and a second view within the image signal (S31); respectively dividing the first view and the second view into a plurality of virtual pixels, and obtaining a corresponding colour component of the colour of each sub-pixel within the plurality of virtual pixels (S32); arranging a sampling area on a pixel array of a display device for each sub-pixel of each view (S33); according to the corresponding colour component of the colour of each sub-pixel within each virtual pixel covered by the sampling areas, determining greyscale signals of the sub-pixels corresponding to the sampling areas (S34); displaying the image signal according to the greyscale signals of the sub-pixels (S35).

7. WO/2016/145819 PIXEL DRIVE CIRCUIT AND RESTORATION METHOD THEREFOR, AND DISPLAY DEVICEWO22.09.2016
G09G 3/32
PCT/CN2015/090555BOE TECHNOLOGY GROUP CO., LTD.YIN, Jingwen
A drive circuit and a restoration method therefor, and a display device. The drive circuit comprises: a drive tube (T1), a first end thereof inputting a power signal (Vdd), a second end being connected to a display unit (10), and a control end inputting a data signal (Vdata). The drive circuit further comprises: a standby drive unit (11), the standby drive unit (11) comprising: a standby drive tube (T3), a first capacitor (C1) and a second capacitor (C2), wherein a first end of the standby drive tube (T3) inputs the power signal (Vdd), a second end of the standby drive tube (T3) is connected to the display unit (10) via the first capacitor (C1), and a control end of the standby drive tube (T3) is connected to the control end of the drive tube (T1) or the first end of the drive tube (T1) via the second capacitor (C2). When the drive tube (T1) is abnormal, pixels can work normally by means of a restoration method, such that the display effect of a display panel can be improved, and the production yield of the display panel is improved.

8. WO/2016/147030 SECONDARY CELL ACTIVATION/DEACTIVATION IN CARRIER AGGREGATIONWO22.09.2016
H04W 72/04
PCT/IB2015/051921TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET LM ERICSSON (PUBL)YU, Ping
In one embodiment, a method of operating a radio access node is provided. The method comprises determining whether support from a secondary cell is required for a wireless device to communicate with the radio access node, and, in response to determining that support from the secondary cell is required, calculating a modified channel condition outer-loop value for the secondary cell; and using the modified channel condition outer-loop value in an initial activation decision step for the secondary cell. The initial activation decision step may comprise activating the secondary cell in response to determining that the sum of a device reported channel condition value and the modified channel condition outer-loop value is above an activation threshold. Corresponding devices, computer programs and radio access nodes adapted to carry out the methods provided are also disclosed.

9. WO/2016/145697 VOLTAGE OUTPUT CONTROL SYSTEM AND VOLTAGE OUTPUT SYSTEMWO22.09.2016
G05F 1/46
PCT/CN2015/075924SHENZHEN CHINA STAR OPTOELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD.ZHANG, Xianming
A voltage output control system and a voltage output system comprising the voltage output control system. The voltage output control system is used for controlling a voltage output by a voltage output chip (1000) and comprises a controller (10) and a memory (20), wherein a plurality of pre-set instructions are stored in the memory, the controller is connected to the memory and the voltage output chip, the controller is further used for receiving a display signal so as to call a corresponding pre-set instruction from the memory according to the received display signal and control the voltage output chip to output a corresponding voltage according to the corresponding called pre-set instruction. The voltage output control system controls a voltage output by the voltage output chip, thereby satisfying different voltage requirements of display panels.

10. WO/2016/145799 DISPLAY DEVICE AND DISPLAY METHOD THEREFORWO22.09.2016
G02B 27/22
PCT/CN2015/089143BOE TECHNOLOGY GROUP CO., LTD.GUO, Renwei
A display device and a display method therefor, the display device comprising a pixel array and a grating, the pixel array comprising a plurality of pixel columns, each pixel comprising at least two sub-pixels, each sub-pixel column being formed of sub-pixels of at least three colours arranged in a cyclical manner, the number of sub-pixels included in each sub-pixel column being identical, the upper edges of each odd-numbered sub-pixel column being aligned, the upper edges of each even-numbered sub-pixel column being aligned, a longitudinal displacement between the odd-numbered sub-pixel columns and the even-numbered sub-pixel columns being a preset length, the colours of any adjacent sub-pixels being different, a light-blocking region of the grating blocking a portion of the area of the pixel array. When the pixel array displays an image, a sub-pixel may borrow an adjacent sub-pixel, and may also be borrowed by an adjacent sub-pixel, so that the display resolution is greater than the physical resolution, increasing the PPI of the display device.


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