Total 7912 patents for "2019-06-06"

METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR GENERATING NATURAL LANGUAGE TRAINING DATA

Pub Date: 2019-06-06

Pub Number: US20190171969

Provided is a system, method and computer-readable medium for generating data that may be used to train models for a natural language processing application. A system architect creates a plurality of sentence patterns that include entity variables and initiates sentence generation. Each entity is associated with one or more entity data sources. A language generator accepts the sentence patterns as inputs, and references the various entity sources to create a plurality of generated sentences. The generated sentences may be associated with a particular class and therefore used to train one or more statistical classification models and entity extraction models for associated models. The sentence generated process may be initiated and controlled using a user interface displayable on a computing device, the user interface in communication with the language generator module.

METHOD OF BROADCASTING A LIVE PERFORMANCE

Pub Date: 2019-06-06

Pub Number: US20190173595

A method of broadcasting a live performance is provided. A back end gateway with set up functions for a broadcaster allows a broadcaster to set up a live broadcast. A live broadcasting signal is sent to the back end gateway. A front end gateway allows a user to connect to the live broadcast. The live broadcasting signal is sent from the back end gateway to the front end gateway. Users are provided access to the front end gateway to allow them to access the live broadcasting signal.

PRESSURE RECIPIENT

Pub Date: 2019-06-06

Pub Number: US20190170300

A pressure recipient or vessel (1) has a polymeric impermeable liner (2) and a reinforcing layer (4) of a composite material externally formed around the impermeable liner (2), as well as at least one boss (5) coupled to the impermeable liner (2) and to the reinforcing layer (4) to provide an opening (6) of the pressure vessel (1). The impermeable liner (2) is joined to the boss (5) by a co-molded polymer-metal annular connection zone (7).

Polymorphic Forms of Naltrexone

Pub Date: 2019-06-06

Pub Number: US20190167664

This invention relates to the discovery of novel polymorphic forms of naltrexone, including solvates, hydrates, anhydrous and other crystalline forms and combinations thereof. These novel forms of naltrexone impart advantages in pharmaceutical formulations incorporating them, including sustained release, or long acting, formulations.

QUINOLINE DERIVATIVE AND USE THEREOF

Pub Date: 2019-06-06

Pub Number: US20190169163

Provided are a novel quinoline derivative, or a pharmaceutically acceptable salt, a hydrate, or a metabolite formed by metabolism in any form thereof, and use thereof in preparing a medicine for preventing and/or treating indications associated with angiogenesis. The quinoline derivative is an ideal and high-efficiency VEGFR inhibitor, and is able to be used to treat or prevent tumour growth and other metastasis growth diseases associated with angiogenesis.

REACTION WHEEL APPARATUS

Pub Date: 2019-06-06

Pub Number: US20190168893

A reaction wheel apparatus including a reaction wheel provided in a polyhedral housing, in which respective faces constituting a polyhedron are constituted by frame parts corresponding to the respective faces constituting the polyhedron, and at least two of the frame parts are constituted by at least two rigid circuit board parts of a rigid flexible substrate.

SUCCESSIVE APPROXIMATION REGISTER (SAR) ANALOG-TO-DIGITAL CONVERTER (ADC), RADAR UNIT AND METHOD FOR IMPROVING HARMONIC DISTORTION PERFORMANCE

Pub Date: 2019-06-06

Pub Number: US20190173479

A successive approximation register, SAR, analog-to-digital converter, ADC, (400) is described. The SAR ADC (400) includes: a track and hold circuit (414) configured to sample an analog input signal (410); a comparator (416) coupled to the track and hold circuit and configured to compare the sampled analog input signal (410) with a DAC (444) output voltage; and a feedback path (422) that comprises a digital-to-analog converter, DAC, (444) configured to generate the reference voltage that approximates the input analog signal (410). The SAR ADC (400) further includes a dither circuit (468) coupled to or located in the feedback path (422) and arranged to add a dither signal at an input of the DAC (444) in a first time period and subtract the dither signal from the output digital signal routed via the feedback path (422) and input of the DAC (444) in a second time period during a conversion phase of the SAR ADC (400).

RADIOLUCENT SCREW WITH RADIOPAQUE MARKER

Pub Date: 2019-06-06

Pub Number: US20190167310

A bone screw includes an elongate shaft extending longitudinally between a proximal end and an opposing distal end. The shaft bounds a first passageway at least partially extending between the proximal end and the distal end. The shaft is comprised of a radiolucent material. A core is disposed within the first passageway of the shaft. The core can be comprised of a radiolucent or radiopaque material. A head is either integrally formed with or secured to the proximal end of the shaft or the proximal end of the core. The head can also bound a second passageway that extends through the head and is aligned with the first passageway. The core can also be disposed within the second passageway.

RELIEF VALVE DEVICE AND HIGH-PRESSURE PUMP

Pub Date: 2019-06-06

Pub Number: US20190170100

A relief valve device includes: a valve housing that includes a communication passage, which communicates between a first pressure chamber and a second pressure chamber, and a relief chamber, which is configured to communicate with the second pressure chamber; a partition wall that is formed in an inside of the valve housing and partitions between the communication passage and the relief chamber; a first valve member that is configured to block and enable flow of fluid between the first pressure chamber and the communication passage; a first urging member that urges the first valve member; a second valve member that is configured to block and enable flow of the fluid between the second pressure chamber and the relief chamber; and a second urging member that urges the second valve member.

VISUAL DISPLAY SYSTEM AND METHOD

Pub Date: 2019-06-06

Pub Number: US20190172411

A visual display system for a vehicle is provided. The visual display system comprises an electronic display visible from the exterior of the vehicle, wherein the electronic display is configurable to have the appearance of the vehicle bodywork, for example when it is not in use to display a message sign or image. A method of controlling a visual display on a vehicle is also provided.

User state tracking and anomaly detection in software-as-a-service environments

Pub Date: 2019-06-06

Pub Number: US20190173903

A user state tracking and anomaly detector for multi-tenant SaaS applications operates in association with a log management solution, such as a SIEM. A given SaaS application has many user STATES, and the applications often have dependencies on one another that arise, for example, when a particular application makes a request (typically on behalf of a user) to take some action with respect to another application. The detector includes a mapper that maps the large number of user STATES to a reduced number of mapped states (e.g., red and green), and a dependency module that generates user-resource dependency graphs. Using a dependency graph, a SaaS modeler in the detector checks whether a particular dependency-based request associated with a SaaS application is valid. State and dependency information generated by the mapper and dependency module are reported back to the log management solution to facilitate improved logging and anomaly detection.

SMART SAFETY CONTRAPTION AND METHODS RELATED THERETO FOR USE WITH A FIREARM

Pub Date: 2019-06-06

Pub Number: US20190170482

A smart safety contraption for use with a firearm. The smart safety contraption includes of a tubular body adapted to fit into a barrel of the firearm. The tubular body having a front end having a first diameter and a back end having a second diameter. The first diameter is smaller than the second diameter. At least part of the front end is positioned within the barrel directed to a muzzle of the firearm. The smart safety contraption further comprises an image capturing device installed within the front end and directed to objects located in front of the barrel. The smart safety contraption further includes a control unit adapted to cause an image to be captured by the image capturing device upon receiving an indication corresponding to, e.g. a motion of the trigger. The image may include a graphic element designed to indicate a virtual point of impact.

BACKPACK SYSTEM WITH WATERPROOF BAG

Pub Date: 2019-06-06

Pub Number: US20190166981

Methods and systems are provided for a backpack system including a frame-less waterproof bag and a backpack frame. In one example, a frame-less waterproof bag may include a frame-cap welded to an outer surface of the frame-less waterproof bag. The frame-cap may be adapted to couple the frame-less waterproof bag with the backpack frame while maintaining a waterproof quality of the frame-less waterproof bag.

PHASE-LOCKED SPIN TORQUE OSCILLATOR ARRAY

Pub Date: 2019-06-06

Pub Number: US20190173428

An array of magnetic nanoparticle (MNP) spin torque oscillators (STOs) is described. Each STO is comprised of a uniform, chemically synthesized, spherical nanoparticle which couples to current flowing along a surface. The particles are organized into an array by a self-assembly technique with uniform spacing and close proximity to allow strong electrical and magnetic coupling between particles. The coupling of the nanoparticles to the surface current drives the oscillations by spin-torque, and for phase locking and data input. The uniform, spherical shape of the particles allows the oscillations to be achieved at low currents and with low power dissipation. The MNP-STOs may be used as a basis for massively parallel computing, microwave oscillators, or other applications.

ROTARY KNIFE FOR MACHINE FOR PRODUCING PACKAGING AND METHOD USING SAID KNIFE

Pub Date: 2019-06-06

Pub Number: US20190168318

The device for cutting individual tubes from a continuous tubular product moving in translation in an uninterrupted manner and formed by a production machine, comprises at least one frame that is stationary relative to the machine, an assembly that is movable in translation relative to the frame and supports a cutting head moved in reciprocating linear translation and in rotation, a first mechanism for moving said cutting head in reciprocating translation, a second mechanism for rotating said cutting head and a third mechanism for actuating the start and the end of the cutting operation, in which said mechanisms are stationary relative to the frame of the device.

ENHANCED INDICATION OF NETWORK SUPPORT OF SRVCC AND/OR VOICE-OVER-IMS FOR AN USER EQUIPMENT IN AN EPS NETWORK

Pub Date: 2019-06-06

Pub Number: US20190174379

Embodiments of the present invention include a method for enhanced indication of network support of SRVCC and/or Voice-over-IMS for an User Equipment UE in an Evolved Packet System EPS network, said method comprising at least one step based on taking into account support of SRVCC and/or Voice-over-IMS by Radio Access Network RAN nodes and/or by Radio Access Technologies RATs available for SRVCC for said UE in said EPS network.

COMPOSITIONS AND METHODS FOR TREATING NONSTEROIDAL ANTI-INFLAMMATORY DRUG (NSAID) ASSOCIATED COAGULOPATHY, THROMBOCYTOPENIA, GLANZMANN'S THROMBASTHENIA, AND/OR THROMBOSIS

Pub Date: 2019-06-06

Pub Number: US20190167768

The present invention relates to compositions and methods for modulating coagulation through modulating the level or activity of ENPP4.

DIGITAL PROJECT FILE PRESENTATION

Pub Date: 2019-06-06

Pub Number: US20190172261

Examples are disclosed that relate to representing a digital project file. One example provides a computing device comprising a logic device and a storage device holding instructions executable to obtain a digital project file comprising a geometric representation of a real physical space, and a user-created annotation associated with a location in the representation. The instructions are further executable to display a representation of the file in a first rendering format, receive a request to display a representation of the file in a second rendering format in which one or more real surfaces of the real physical space are displayed as a virtual rendering, the one or more real surfaces not being displayed as the virtual rendering the first digital rendering format, and, in response to the request, display the representation of the file in the second format.

ELECTRO-OPTIC MODULATOR

Pub Date: 2019-06-06

Pub Number: US20190171044

An electro-optic modulator includes an input waveguide, a beam splitter connected to the input waveguide, a modulation arm that is disposed on each branch of the beam splitter and modulates a signal. Each modulation arm is correspondingly disposed with a first layer electrode and a second layer electrode. The first layer electrode is a high-frequency traveling wave electrode and is configured to change carrier concentration in the modulation arm, the second layer electrode is a direct current electrode having an inductor function, and an inductor formed in the second layer electrode is connected to the first layer electrode. The electro-optic modulator has functions of a bias tee, so that integration of the electro-optic modulator can be improved without affecting its performance. High-density packaging layout difficulty and cabling pressure can be effectively reduced, and cabling and packaging of a multi-channel high-speed signal on a base board can be implemented.

MITIGATING DEFECTS IN AN ELECTROCHROMIC DEVICE UNDER A BUS BAR

Pub Date: 2019-06-06

Pub Number: US20190171076

Methods are provided for fabricating electrochromic devices that mitigate formation of short circuits under a top bus bar without predetermining where top bus bars will be applied on the device. Devices fabricated using such methods may be deactivated under the top bus bar, or may include active material under the top bus bar. Methods of fabricating devices with active material under a top bus bar include depositing a modified top bus bar, fabricating self-healing layers in the electrochromic device, and modifying a top transparent conductive layer of the device prior to applying bus bars.

Method and System for Using Intersecting Electronic Horizons

Pub Date: 2019-06-06

Pub Number: US20190172343

A method and system for using data associated with a first vehicle and a given road segment defined for a road network and using data associated with a second vehicle and the given road segment to determine a multi-vehicle probability value that indicates a probability that the first vehicle and the second vehicle will arrive at a common position of the given road segment simultaneously. The multi-vehicle probability value can be compared to a threshold probability value to determine whether the first vehicle and/or the second vehicle should take a responsive measure to avoid those vehicles arriving at the common position of the given road segment simultaneously. The data associated the first vehicle and the data associated with the second vehicle can each include a respective electronic horizon for that vehicle, and time parameters and probability values associated with those vehicles being on the given road segment.

An Apparatus and a Method for Transferring Material

Pub Date: 2019-06-06

Pub Number: US20190169560

The present invention relates to an apparatus and a method for transferring materials such as cells or microbial colonies during sample preparation. The apparatus comprises a filament having a first end for carrying the materials; a head portion adapted to movably receive at least part of the filament; wherein the filament is movable such that the first end protrudes by a pre-determined length from the head portion to allow transfer of the materials to and from the first end. The method comprises steps of arranging a first end of a filament to contact the source location to load the material at the first end; arranging the first end to contact the target location to unload at least part of the materials from the first end; cutting a length of the filament from the first end to generate a fresh end of the filament which is free of the material.

ADMINISTERING A SHARED, ON-LINE POOL OF DATA STORAGE RESOURCES FOR PERFORMING DATA STORAGE OPERATIONS

Pub Date: 2019-06-06

Pub Number: US20190171364

A data storage system according to certain aspects manages and administers the sharing of storage resources among clients in the shared storage pool. The shared storage pool according to certain aspects can provide readily available remote storage to clients in the pool. A share list for each client may be used to determine where data is stored within the storage pool. The share list may include clients that are known to each client, and therefore, a user may feel more at ease storing the data on the clients in the storage pool. Management and administration of the storage pool and backup and restore jobs can be performed by an entity other than the client, making backup and restore more streamlined and simple for the clients in the pool.

SERVICEABLE REPLACEMENT SPINDLE

Pub Date: 2019-06-06

Pub Number: US20190168539

A replacement spindle that can be easily removed for service or replacement. The spindle may have a threaded projection corresponding to a threaded bushing, which may be secured within an axle tube. The spindle may be screwed into place for use, then unscrewed for service or replacement.

SOCIAL MEDIA CONTENT FOR EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT

Pub Date: 2019-06-06

Pub Number: US20190174289

A method for providing an alternate communication pathway for emergency data to an emergency service provider (ESP) is disclosed. In some embodiments, one or more processors of said emergency assistance system (EAS) implement the method for using social media content to detect and facilitate emergency communications.

SENSOR MOUNT STRUCTURE

Pub Date: 2019-06-06

Pub Number: US20190168671

A sensor mount structure, including: a sensor device that detects information regarding at least a region ahead of a vehicle; a display device that displays images of at least a region behind the vehicle; a support member that covers a part of the sensor device from below and that is attached to a base member provided at an inner surface of a front windshield glass; an arm member that has an upper end portion attached to the support member and a lower end portion attached to a length direction center portion of the display device; and a cover member, a minimum distance between the cover member and an upper peripheral edge at a length direction end portion of the display device being longer than a minimum distance between the cover member and an upper peripheral edge at the length direction center portion of the display device.

SWIRLED FLOW CHEMICAL VAPOR DEPOSITION

Pub Date: 2019-06-06

Pub Number: US20190169740

A system may include a reactor vessel comprising an outer wall, a heat source thermally coupled to the reactor vessel, at least one reactor inlet in the outer wall, and at least one reactor outlet. The reactor vessel may be configured to house a porous preform in a radially central core region. The at least one reactor inlet may be configured to introduce a precursor gas to the reactor vessel to produce swirling flow of the precursor gas around the radially central core region of the reactor vessel. The at least one reactor outlet may be configured to remove exhaust gas from the reactor vessel and assist in maintaining a dynamic pressure of the reactor vessel greater than a pressure in the porous preform.

Forwarding Table Management

Pub Date: 2019-06-06

Pub Number: US20190173791

Disclosed herein are system, method, and computer program product embodiments for representing a forwarding information base (FIB) in a database. An embodiment operates by determining that a first routing prefix of a first forwarding entry in the FIB is a less specific routing prefix than a second routing prefix in a second forwarding entry in the FIB. The embodiment determines that a first next hop of the first routing prefix is equal to a second next hop of the second routing prefix. The embodiment removes the second forwarding entry from the FIB. The embodiment then inserts the first forwarding entry into a database (e.g., a longest exact match (LEM) database or a longest prefix match (LPM) database) based on a prefix length of the first routing prefix of the first forwarding entry.

FLEXIBLE PRESS FIT PINS FOR SEMICONDUCTOR PACKAGES AND RELATED METHODS

Pub Date: 2019-06-06

Pub Number: US20190173215

Implementations of pins for semiconductor packages may include: an upper contact portion having a contact surface configured to mechanically and electrically couple with a pin receiver; a lower portion having a vertical stop and at least two curved legs; a horizontal base coupled directly to the at least two curved legs and configured to be soldered to a substrate to mechanically and electrically couple the pin to the substrate, the horizontal base having an upper contact surface, and; a gap between a bottom contact surface of the vertical stop and the upper contact surface of the horizontal base; wherein the at least two curved legs are configured to flex to allow the bottom contact surface of the vertical stop to move toward the upper contact surface of the horizontal base in response to a pressure applied to the pin along a direction collinear with a longest length of the pin toward the upper contact surface, and; wherein the vertical stop is configured to stop movement of the pin when the bottom contact surface contacts the upper contact surface.

NULL DETECTOR DEVICES AND SYSTEMS EMPLOYING SAME

Pub Date: 2019-06-06

Pub Number: US20190170796

Within electrical test equipment systems comparator bridges are employed to provide the required dynamic range, accuracy, and flexibility. However, whilst bridge based measurement configurations remove many of the issues associated with making measurements at accuracies of sub-parts, a part, or few parts per million they still require, in many instances, that a null point be determined where the bridge is balanced. However, this becomes increasingly difficult within electrically noisy environments, with modern digital multimeters, and where the desired measurement point within the electrical system is physically difficult to access particularly when improved accuracy in calibration, standards, and measurements on circuits and components means measurement systems must operate at 50 parts per billion (ppb) and below. In order to address this, a null detector design is provided supporting operation within such electrically noisy environments with physical separation of the null detector measurement circuit from the electrical test equipment.