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US10616059B2 Agentless method to bring solution and cluster awareness into infrastructure and support management portals
A coordination point includes a persistent storage and a processor. The persistent storage stores a distributed system map. The processor obtains role information associated with computing devices from validators without interacting with user resources of the computing devices; updates the distributed system map using the obtained role information; identifies a portion of the computing devices as members of a functionality group using the updated distributed system map; and enforces a configuration, associated with the functionality group, on the user resources of each computing device of the portion of the computing devices.
US10615933B2 Reference signal configuration method, apparatus, and system
Embodiments of the present disclosure provide systems, methods and apparatus for reference signal configuration. The method includes: mapping a phase tracking reference signal (PTRS) to one or more OFDM symbols based on information about a correspondence between the PTRS and one or more of a modulation and coding scheme (MCS), a subcarrier spacing, and a bandwidth (BW); and sending the one or more OFDM symbols to which the PTRS is mapped to a receive device. In the embodiments of the present invention, a correspondence between the PTRS and the subcarrier spacing or the modulation and coding scheme or the bandwidth is used to implicitly indicate a time-frequency location of the PTRS. In comparison with the prior art, no explicit indication is required, and signaling overheads are reduced.
US10615147B2 Microelectronics package with vertically stacked dies
The present disclosure relates to a microelectronics package with vertically stacked flip-chip dies, and a process for making the same. The disclosed microelectronics package includes a module board, a first thinned flip-chip die with a through-die via, a second flip-chip die with a package contact at the bottom, and a mold compound. Herein, a top portion of the through-die via is exposed at top of the first thinned flip-chip die. The first thinned flip-chip die and the mold compound reside over the module substrate. The mold compound surrounds the first thinned flip-chip die and extends above the first thinned flip-chip die to define an opening. The second flip-chip die, which has a smaller plane size than the first thinned flip-chip die, resides within the opening and is stacked with the first thinned flip-chip die by coupling the package contact to the exposed top portion of the through-die via.
US10613820B2 Enhancing a rendering system to distinguish presentation time from data time
A machine-implemented method: (A) maintains a value of a data time parameter representing an amount of time required by a rendering system to render a portion of temporal sequence presentation data at a default presentation rate; (B) provides the value of the data time parameter to a first component of the rendering system; (C) calculates, based on the value of the data time parameter, a value of a presentation time parameter representing an amount of time elapsed during rendering of the portion of the temporal sequence presentation data; and (D) provides the value of the presentation time parameter to a second component of the rendering system; wherein the value of the presentation time parameter is not equal to the value of the data time parameter.
US10613721B2 User terminal device and displaying method thereof
A displaying method of a user terminal device including displaying a first screen on a display of the user terminal device, detecting a user interaction by the user terminal device, and rotating the at least two screens based on the first user interaction, changing a display orientation of the at least two screens.
US10611672B2 Borosilicate glass, light guide plate comprising the same and fabricating methods thereof
Provided is glass with high temperature stability, a low coefficient of thermal expansion and a high mechanical strength, a light guide plate including the glass to replace the conventional PMMA and metal frame, and fabricating methods thereof. The glass according to the present disclosure is borosilicate glass containing 75˜85 wt % of SiO2, 5˜15 wt % of B2O3, 0˜5 wt % of Al2O3, R2O 1˜7 wt % where R is at least one of Li, Na and K, and <0.005 wt % of Fe2O3 and having the redox ratio 0.5 or more. This glass maintains luminance and has an excellent color difference reduction effect when used in a light guide plate.
US10610921B2 Mounting assembly
A mounting assembly for a spot-joining apparatus comprises a first support arm (24). The first support arm (24) has a mounting surface (26), and receiving portion configured to receive an actuator or an anvil. The mounting assembly also comprises an alignment bracket (28) configured to engage with the actuator or anvil. The alignment bracket (28) is movable between a plurality of locations on the mounting surface (26) of the first support arm (24). The mounting assembly further comprises a clamp assembly (52, 29, 66a, 66b, 70, 70b or 52, 29, 88, 92, 98, 90, 96) configured to secure the alignment bracket (28) in any of the plurality of locations.
US10616861B2 Method and apparatus for reducing access overhead from paged device in machine to machine communication system
An apparatus for an idle mode terminal is configured to perform a method for operating the idle mode terminal in a Machine to Machine (M2M) communication system. A paging message is received from the base station during a paging listening interval. The Apparatus determines whether an indicator indicating receipt of multicast group data is included in the paging message. When the indicator indicating the receiving of multicast group data is included, data transmitted via a downlink resource that uses an identifier mask of a multicast group to which a terminal belongs is received. Thereafter, a paging non-listening interval is entered.
US10614638B2 Diagnostic systems and methods of a continuously variable transmission
A diagnostic system of a vehicle for diagnosing a drive belt of a continuously variable transmission. A diagnostic circuit detects or predicts a fault of the drive belt based on an operating parameter received from a sensor associated with the vehicle during a predetermined diagnostic period.
US10614024B2 Semiconductor layered device with data bus inversion
Apparatuses and methods of data transmission between semiconductor chips are described. An example apparatus includes: a data bus inversion (DBI) circuit that receives first, second and third input data in order, and further provides first, second and third output data, either with or without data bus inversion. The DBI circuit includes a first circuit that latches the first input data and the third input data; a second circuit that latches the second input data; a first DBI calculator circuit that performs first DBI calculation on the latched first input data and the latched second input data responsive to the first circuit latching the first input data and the second circuit latching the second input data, respectively; and a second DBI calculator circuit that performs second DBI calculation on the latched second data and the latched third input data responsive to the first circuit latching the third input data.
US10613824B2 Playback device
A system is described for maintaining synchrony of operations among a plurality of devices that have independent clocking arrangements. The system includes a task distribution device that distributes tasks to a synchrony group comprising a plurality of devices that are to perform the tasks distributed by the task distribution device in synchrony. The task distribution device distributes each task to the members of the synchrony group over a network. Each task is associated with a time stamp that indicates a time, relative to a clock maintained by the task distribution device, at which the members of the synchrony group are to execute the task. Each member of the synchrony group periodically obtains from the task distribution device an indication of the current time indicated by its clock, determines a time differential between the task distribution device's clock and its respective clock and determines therefrom a time at which, according to its respective clock, the time stamp indicates that it is to execute the task.
US10613459B2 Image heating device and heater for use in image heating device
In an image heating device having a plurality of heating blocks which are controllable independently in a longitudinal direction of a heater, an increase of the size of the heater can be suppressed, and temperatures of a plurality of heating block can be detected.A heater has a first temperature sensor corresponding to a first heating block, a second temperature sensor corresponding to a second heating block, a first electric conductor electrically coupled to the first temperature sensor, a second electric conductor electrically coupled to the second temperature sensor, and a common electric conductor electrically coupled to the first and second temperature sensors.
US10612818B2 Heat implement and method for manufacturing same
An exothermic warmer (1) includes an exothermic element (11) that is covered with a first cover sheet (21) and a second cover sheet (22). The first cover sheet (21) is a sheet that is air permeable and does not substantially limit an oxidation reaction. A water-retaining material (12) is provided so as to be at least partially in contact with the exothermic element (11). The exothermic warmer (1) satisfies the following conditions (A) to (C): (A) the difference between the internal temperature of the exothermic element and the highest surface temperature of the exothermic warmer is 10° C. or less; (B) the highest skin temperature obtained when the exothermic warmer is applied to human skin is 38° C. or more and 42° C. or less; and (C) the ratio of the amount (mg/cm2·10 min) of steam generated in 10 minutes after the start of the oxidation reaction to the mass (g/cm2) of the exothermic element takes a value of 50 or more and 250 or less.
US10616736B2 Contextual deep linking of applications
A contextual deep linking server receives a request associated with a valid contextual deep link from a client device, the contextual deep link associated with link data indicating a particular configuration of an application. The server also receives, after determining that the client device has stored a previously generated fingerprint, stored contextual information for the client device identified by a locally stored fingerprint that matches the previously generated fingerprint. The server then generates, after determining that the client device does not have the previously generated fingerprint, a unique fingerprint of the client device based on a plurality of characteristics of the client device and determining contextual information of the request based on a characteristic of the client device. The server also transmits a response to the client device that is selected based on the contextual information of the client device such that the response is operable on the client device.
US10616432B2 Image forming apparatus and method for controlling the same which includes at least one or more processors, and memory storing instructions to determine whether to perform image formation, and to perform operations for controlling execution of dew condensation elimination processing having occurred in the image forming unit
An image forming apparatus includes an image forming unit, one or more processors, and memory storing instructions that, when executed by the one or more processors, cause the image forming apparatus to perform operations. The image forming unit forms an image on a sheet. The operations include controlling execution of dew condensation elimination processing that is processing for eliminating dew condensation having occurred in the image forming unit. The operations additionally include receiving image data to be printed and restricting, based on a type of a job executed using the received image data, image forming by the image forming unit, in a case where the dew condensation elimination processing is in execution.
US10616341B2 System and method for network-attached storage devices
A system and method for a network-attached storage system includes at least one network-attached storage device, an application server, and a control server. In various embodiments, the control server is configured to discover the at least one network-attached storage device and configure a storage volume and a storage pool having the at least one network-attached storage device. The control server may claim each of the at least one network-attached storage device by sending each network-attached storage device a device whitelist. The control server is also configured to map the application server to the storage volume and provide the application server with an application server whitelist.
US10614637B2 Method and system for providing diagnostic filter lists
An example method for outputting a PID filter list (PFL) includes: receiving RO data from one or more ROs that indicate particular vehicle identifying information (PVII), at least one symptom identifier, and a particular vehicle component; determining, symptom-to-parameter-identifier (PID) mapping data (MD) based on the received RO data and component-to-PID MD; determining, based on the set of available PIDs for the SOV and the symptom-to-PID MD, a PFL, wherein the PFL is associated with the PVII and the at least one symptom identifier, and wherein the PFL indicates a symptom-based subset of PIDs from the set of available PIDs for the SOV; receiving, a request sent over a communication network from a display device, wherein the request comprises the PVII and the at least one symptom identifier; and transmitting, over the communication network to the display device, a response to the request, the response comprising the PFL.
US10614630B2 Augmented reality display system for evaluation and modification of neurological conditions, including visual processing and perception conditions
In some embodiments, a display system comprising a head-mountable, augmented reality display is configured to perform a neurological analysis and to provide a perception aid based on an environmental trigger associated with the neurological condition. Performing the neurological analysis may include determining a reaction to a stimulus by receiving data from the one or more inwardly-directed sensors; and identifying a neurological condition associated with the reaction. In some embodiments, the perception aid may include a reminder, an alert, or virtual content that changes a property, e.g. a color, of a real object. The augmented reality display may be configured to display virtual content by outputting light with variable wavefront divergence, and to provide an accommodation-vergence mismatch of less than 0.5 diopters, including less than 0.25 diopters.
US10614580B1 Methods, systems, and computer readable media for deriving a three-dimensional (3D) textured surface from endoscopic video
Methods, systems, and computer readable media for deriving a three-dimensional (3D) textured surface from endoscopic video are disclosed. According to one method for deriving a 3D textured surface from endoscopic video, the method comprises: performing video frame preprocessing to identify a plurality of video frames of an endoscopic video, wherein the video frame preprocessing includes informative frame selection, specularity removal, and key-frame selection; generating, using a neural network or a shape-from-motion-and-shading (SfMS) approach, a 3D textured surface from the plurality of video frames; and optionally registering the 3D textured surface to at least one CT image.
US10614558B2 Information processing system, information processing apparatus, output apparatus, program, and recording medium
To solve a problem that when there is an error in a mounting position in mounting a lens and thus an optical axis of the lens and a center of a display is shifted, centers of images seen by the left and right eyes of a user individually, are shifted and thus an intended sense of distance cannot be presented to the user. An output apparatus includes a display portion including a plurality of sub-pixels every pixel, and a lens arranged on a display surface side of the display portion, and outputs information on an assembly error representing position shift between an optical axis of the lens and a center of the display portion. An information processing apparatus produces corrected image data obtained by correcting image data becoming an object of display based on the information on the assembly error output from the output apparatus.
US10610832B2 Composite semipermeable membrane
The purpose of the present invention is to provide a composite semipermeable membrane having achieved both strength and water-permeable properties. This composite semipermeable membrane is provided with a substrate, a porous support body disposed on the substrate, and a separation function layer provided on the porous support body. The substrate has a structure provided with a crimped portion and a non-crimped portion. The porous support body is impregnated inside a crimped portion and inside a non-crimped portion of the substrate.
US10610361B2 Device and methods for self-centering a guide catheter
This document provides devices and methods for the treatment of heart conditions such as valvular stenosis. For example, this document provides devices and methods by which a guide catheter can align itself with a blood flow stream to thereby help direct a guidewire or other elongate device transmitted from the guide catheter through an orifice of a heart valve.
US10610227B2 Apparatus and method for resectioning gastro-esophageal tissue
A system for stapling tissue comprises a flexible endoscope and an operative head including a pair of opposed, curved tissue clamping jaws sized to pass through an esophagus, the jaws being moveable with respect to one another between an open tissue receiving configuration and a closed tissue clamping configuration, a first one of the curved jaws including a stapling mechanism and a second one of the jaws including a staple forming anvil surface, the stapling mechanism including staple slots through which staples are fired arranged in a row extending from a proximal end of the first jaw to a distal end thereof in combination with a control handle which, when the operative head is in an operative position within one of a patient's stomach and esophagus, remains outside the patient, the control handle including a first actuator for moving the jaws relative to one another and a second actuator for operating the stapling mechanism.