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Sandeep Bazar, Kaustubh I Katruwar, Sandeep R Patil, Sachin C Punadikar: Dynamic control of smart home using wearable device. International Business Machines Corporation, Walter L Rudberg, October 18, 2016: US09473321 (6 worldwide citation)

Embodiments of the present invention provide a method and system for dynamically controlling an appliance based on information received from a wearable device, to regulate the user's health. A wearable device is identified and configured to monitor at least one physiological aspect of the user. A co ...


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Shigeru Nakagawa, Yoichi Taira, Masao Tokunari: Optical module and method for manufacturing optical module. International Business Machines Corporation, Walter L Rudberg, Maeve L McCarthy, May 17, 2016: US09341797 (4 worldwide citation)

An optical module includes: at least one optical waveguide provided on a surface of a substrate; a plurality of grooves provided in the optical waveguide on the surface of the substrate and having both a surface orthogonal to the surface of the substrate and an inclined surface; multiple pairs of li ...


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Kavana N Bhat, Shajith Chandran, Prateek Goel, Sivakumar Krishnasamy: Dynamic tracing framework for debugging in virtualized environments. International Business Machines Corporation, Walter L Rudberg, June 21, 2016: US09372782 (3 worldwide citation)

Embodiments of the present invention provide a system and method for a dynamic tracing framework for debugging in a virtualized environment. Embodiment of the present invention can include selecting a home node and a set of remote nodes to which apply a set of probes. Data collection is performed by ...


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James E Bostick, Hernan A Cunico, John M Ganci Jr, Sarbajit K Rakshit: Controlling conference calls. International Business Machines Corporation, Walter L Rudberg, August 16, 2016: US09420108 (2 worldwide citation)

Embodiments of the present invention provide a method and system for determining participants for a conference call where the participants may be selected based on similar attributes as well as the descriptions of the conference call. Additionally, the conference call may be split into smaller break ...


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Ken Yian Chow, Tien Hiong Lee, Jason M McCarthy, Weng Sing Tang: Semantic database driven form validation. International Business Machines Corporation, Walter L Rudberg, August 23, 2016: US09424520 (2 worldwide citation)

Embodiments of the present invention provide a means for validating electronic forms using one or more semantic databases. The invention includes processing an electronic form into individual elements and generating entities for the individual elements. The closest matching ontology is found for eac ...


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Russell I Wilson: Scaling past the java virtual machine thread limit. International Business Machines Corporation, Walter L Rudberg, December 6, 2016: US09513940 (2 worldwide citation)

Embodiments of the present invention provide efficient systems and methods for scaling past the Java Virtual Machine (JVM) thread limit in a Java Virtual Machine. Embodiments of the present invention can be used to ensure that a received workload is executed, even if the workload is greater than a J ...


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Stephen M Gates, Elbert E Huang, Dimitri R Kioussis, Christopher J Penny, Deepika Priyadarshini: Method of forming an air gap semiconductor structure with selective cap bilayer. International Business Machines Corporation, Walter L Rudberg, Alexa L Ashworth, July 18, 2017: US09711455 (1 worldwide citation)

A semiconductor substrate including one or more conductors is provided. A first layer and a second layer are deposited on the top surface of the conductors. A dielectric cap layer is formed over the semiconductor substrate and air gaps are etched into the dielectric layer. The result is a bilayer ca ...


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Sandeep Bazar, Kaustubh I Katruwar, Sandeep R Patil, Sachin C Punadikar: Dynamic control of smart home using wearable device. International Busniess Machines Corporation, Walter L Rudberg, Brian M Restauro, March 6, 2018: US09909772 (1 worldwide citation)

Embodiments of the present invention provide a method and system for dynamically controlling an appliance based on information received from a wearable device, to regulate the user's health. A wearable device is identified and configured to monitor at least one physiological aspect of the user. A co ...


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James E Bostick, Hernan A Cunico, John M Ganci Jr, Sarbajit K Rakshit: Controlling conference calls. International Business Machines Corporation, Walter L Rudberg, March 7, 2017: US09591141 (1 worldwide citation)

Embodiments of the present invention provide a method and system for determining participants for a conference call where the participants may be selected based on similar attributes as well as the descriptions of the conference call. Additionally, the conference call may be split into smaller break ...


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James E Bostick, John M Ganci Jr, Martin G Keen, Sarbajit K Rakshit: Predicting lost devices using normal usage patterns. International Business Machines Corporation, Walter L Rudberg, December 13, 2016: US09521523 (1 worldwide citation)

A method for predicting lost mobile devices. The method includes, identifying, by one or more processors, one or more pre-designated locations, where each of the one or more pre-designated locations contains devices and a main device to be tracked. The one or more processors receive information from ...