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Bob Hanlon Rajiv Banavali
Rajiv Manohar Banavali, Robert Tryon Hanlon, Aaron Sarafinas, Alfred Karl Schultz, Cheryl Irene Teich, Jose Antonio Trejo: Method for esterification of fatty acids in glyceryl esters in a tubular reactor. Rohm And Haas Company, November 5, 2009: US20090275769-A1

A continuous process for esterification of fatty acids in glyceryl esters with C1-C8 aliphatic alcohols in a tubular reactor. The method uses an expanded resin catalyst bed in the tubular reactor.


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Fred Thomas
Jung Suk Lee, Fred C Thomas, Paul M Hupman: Privacy Filter With Rounded Optically Opaque Regions. Hewlett Packard Company, November 5, 2009: US20090273844-A1

A privacy filter comprises a first light transmissive film having a first plurality of rounded, optically opaque regions extending into a surface thereof. The first plurality of rounded, optically opaque regions are positioned to allow a viewer to view an image through the privacy filter within a ra ...


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Craig Allen
Allen Craig: Pocketed bicep cuff. Law Offices Of Clement Cheng, November 5, 2009: US20090272774-A1

The pocketed bicep cuff has retention on a bicep at a bulge area. The bulge area is designed to bulge with a human bicep. The bulging constricts the lower side and the upper side against the bicep so that articles in a pocket section do not move when the arm is moved. A zipper provides access to the ...


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Randy Ekl
George Popovich, Randy L Ekl: Utilization of cognitive radios with mobile virtual private network (mvpn) solutions. Motorola, Motorola, November 5, 2009: US20090275286-A1

A method (300, 350) and a mobile system (140) of persisting a mobile communication session over a mobile virtual private network (MVPN) (170). Cognitive radio state information (150) representing a present state of at least one available cognitive radio communication link (180, 182) can be processed ...


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yuan xing Lee
Shaohua Yang, Hao Zhong, Weijun Tan, Richard Rauschmayer, Yuan Xing Lee: Systems and Methods for Queue Based Data Detection and Decoding. LSI Corporation, Hamilton DeSanctis & Cha, November 5, 2009: US20090273492-A1

Various embodiments of the present invention provide systems and methods for data processing. For example, a variable iteration data processing system is disclosed that includes at least a first detector, a second detector, a decoder, and a queuing buffer. The first detector is operable to perform a ...


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Wakrat Nir Jacob, Helm Mark Alan: Copyback optimization for memory system. Apple, Wakrat Nir Jacob, Helm Mark Alan, GOTTLIEB Kirk A, November 5, 2009: WO/2009/134576 (89 worldwide citation)

In a copyback or read operation for a non-volatile memory subsystem, data page change indicators are used to manage transfers of data pages between a register in non-volatile memory and a controller that is external to the non-volatile memory.


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Stenfelt John: Improved intrusion detection and notification. Telefonaktiebolaget L M Ericsson, Stenfelt John, MOLKER Anders, November 5, 2009: WO/2009/132700 (75 worldwide citation)

A device (200, 300, 400) for use in a cellular communications system (100), the device (200, 300, 400) being provided with means (205) for inspecting traffic packets to and from users in the system and for a first classification (Sl) of said packets according to predetermined rules. The device (200, ...


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Millward Dan B, Westmoreland Donald: Graphoepitaxial self-assembly of arrays of downward facing half-cylinders. Micron Technology, Millward Dan B, Westmoreland Donald, STRODTHOFF Kristine M, November 5, 2009: WO/2009/134635 (49 worldwide citation)

Methods for fabricating sublithographic, nanoscale microslructures in line arrays utilizing self-assembling block copolymers, and films and devices formed from these methods are provided.


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Themig Daniel Jon, Trahan Kevin O, Desranleau Christopher Denis: Downhole sub with hydraulically actuable sleeve valve. Packers Plus Energy Services, Themig Daniel Jon, Trahan Kevin O, Desranleau Christopher Denis, BENNETT JONES, November 5, 2009: WO/2009/132462 (49 worldwide citation)

A method for opening a port through the wall of a ported sub including: providing a sub with a port through its tubular side wall; providing a hydraulically actuable valve to cover the port, the valve being actuable to move away from a position covering the port to thereby open the port; increasing ...