|| List of recent Arrays-related patents
|Methods of localizing nucleic acids to arrays|
Methods are disclosed relating to localizing nucleic acids to arrays such as silane-free arrays, and of sequencing the nucleic acids localized thereby.. .
|Detection of nucleic acid sequence differences using the ligase detection reaction with addressable arrays|
The present invention describes a method for identifying one or more of a plurality of sequences differing by one or more single base changes, insertions, deletions, or translocations in a plurality of target nucleotide sequences. The method includes a ligation phase, a capture phase, and a detection phase.
|Processes for detecting or quantifying more than one nucleic acid in a library|
This invention provides novel compositions and processes for analyte detection, quantification and amplification. Nucleic acid arrays and libraries of analytes are usefully incorporated into such compositions and processes.
|Engineered three-dimensional connective tissue constructs and methods of making the same|
Disclosed are engineered, living, three-dimensional connective tissue constructs comprising connective tissue cells. In some embodiments, the connective tissue cells are derived from multi-potent cells such as mesenchymal stem/stromal cells.
|Crystal block array and method of manufacture|
A novel method of making a crystal block array (configured for coupling with photodetectors as part of an integrated detector module useful in advanced pet scanner systems) is disclosed herein. The novel method comprises a series of cutting, polishing, and assembling steps that utilize a curable bonding agent, removable wire spacers, and a series removable protective glass end plates.
|Method and apparatus for acoustic area monitoring by exploiting ultra large scale arrays of microphones|
Systems and methods are provided to create an acoustic map of a space containing multiple acoustic sources. Source localization and separation takes place by sampling an ultra large microphone array containing over 1020 microphones.
|Embedded led assembly with optional beam steering optical element, and associated products, and/or methods|
Certain example embodiments of this invention relate to laminated led arrays, products including such laminated led arrays, and/or methods of making the same. In certain example embodiments, leds may be disposed on a flexible sheet and chained together in an array.
|Printed flexible display having grating|
A printed flexible display having grating, comprising a printable layer, a printing ink layer, a grating layer, an electrode layer a, an electrically-controlled optical switch layer, and an electrode layer b which are arranged successively from top to bottom. The printable layer is a flexible insulating material that is foldable and printable.
Imager arrays, array camera modules, and array cameras in accordance with embodiments of the invention utilize pixel apertures to control the amount of aliasing present in captured images of a scene. One embodiment includes a plurality of focal planes, control circuitry configured to control the capture of image information by the pixels within the focal planes, and sampling circuitry configured to convert pixel outputs into digital pixel data.
|Inkjet recording apparatus and recording position adjustment method|
The present invention preferentially sets an adjustment value of a nozzle array having a deviation amount in a conveyance direction which exceeds a threshold amount, and sets the adjustment value in such a manner that the total of deviation amounts of a plurality of nozzle arrays can be minimized.. .
|Fluidized bed conveyor belt freezer system|
A fluidized bed conveyor belt freezer system that includes at least one wire mesh conveyor belt in a freezer with a plurality of coil arrays and fans that produce a high volume of cold air directed upward into a plurality of air deflection vanes mounted under the belt. The vanes are equally spaced apart and longitudinally aligned under the conveyor belt to evenly distribute the cold air in the fan chamber through the belt to efficiently fluidize and freeze product transported on the belt with minimal waste.
|Reducing penalties for cache accessing operations|
A computer program product for reducing penalties for cache accessing operations is provided. The computer program product includes a tangible storage medium readable by a processing circuit and storing instructions for execution by the processing circuit for performing a method.
|Method for ultrasonic inspection of irregular and variable shapes|
A system and a method for enabling ultrasonic inspection of multiple or varying radii of a composite part without making mechanical adjustments to compensate for changes in the radius dimension. The system may comprise one or more ultrasonic pulser/receivers, one or more ultrasonic transducer arrays, a probe body or shoe to hold and position the array(s), ultrasonic data acquisition application software to drive the array(s), and ultrasonic data acquisition application software to select the best signal response for each column of pixels to be displayed.
|Tethered lipoplex nanoparticle biochips and methods of use|
Disclosed are compositions and methods for the use of lipoplex nanoparticle chips and arrays in the detection of/diagnosis of a disease or condition.. .
|Colon cancer gene expression signatures and methods of use|
A gene expression signature of colon cancer, microarrays including them and methods of using the colon gene expression signature are provided. The gene expression signature is especially useful for determining the prognosis of a patient diagnosed with colon cancer, such as stage ii colon cancer.
|Wagering game including multiple arrays of reel symbols|
A gaming system displays a first array of symbols and a second array of symbols for a wagering game. The second array of symbols includes at least one second-array reel.
|Front-side illuminated, back-side contact double-sided pn-junction photodiode arrays|
The present application is a photodiode detector array for use in computerized tomography (ct) and non-ct applications. Specifically, the present application is a high-density photodiode arrays, with low dark current, low capacitance, high signal to noise ratio, high speed, and low crosstalk that can be fabricated on relatively large substrate wafers.
|Method and apparatus for lithographic manufacture of multi-component polymeric fiber plates|
Embodiments of the invention relate to microfabrication of three dimensional polymeric structures incorporating a large number of identical elements each having one or more materials. In specific embodiments, the structures are large area fiber optic plates and associated structures, wherein the fibers are precisely located relative to each other and can serve as optical readout, such as optical readout for high density microarrays of biomaterial and other chemicals or pharmaceuticals.
|Method for fabrication of nano-structures|
Methods of fabricating nano-structures on a substrate surface are provided including the use of small initial pilot nano-structures patterned in a writing layer which are enlarged upon transfer to a pattern transfer layer among process layers applied to the substrate material, before removal of the writing layer to reveal the enlarged nano-structures. Enlarged nano-structures are transferred to the substrate by etch techniques to produce desired final enlarged nano-structures in the substrate surface.
|Method and equipment for quantum vacuum energy extraction|
Embodiments of the present invention comprise different methods and equipment for efficiently and relatively inexpensively producing casimir cavities for use in quantum vacuum energy extraction. The methods include without limitation, sintering; submicron porous filter materials; web roll-to-roll produced mesh or foil layers; nanotube arrays; web roll-to-roll produced porous membranes such as graphene, metallically doped; web roll-to-roll produced metallic crystals with self assembling arrays of nano-channels; three-dimensional prototyping; charged particle deposition; metal wire bundles; metal tube bundles; and metallically doped or metallically coated glass or polymer wire bundles..
|Equipment for quantum vacuum energy extraction|
Embodiments of the present invention comprise different equipment for efficiently and relatively inexpensively producing casimir cavities for use in quantum vacuum energy extraction. The equipment includes without limitation, sintered materials; submicron porous filter materials; web roll-to-roll produced mesh or foil layers; nanotube arrays; web roll-to-roll produced porous membranes such as graphene, metallically doped; web roll-to-roll produced metallic crystals with self assembling arrays of nano-channels; materials produced by three-dimensional prototyping; materials produced by charged particle deposition; metal wire bundles; metal tube bundles; and metallically doped or metallically coated glass or polymer wire bundles..
|Fabrication of high efficiency, high quality, large area diffractive waveplates and arrays|
An apparatus and method is presented for fabricating high quality one- or two dimensional diffractive waveplates and their arrays that exhibit high diffraction efficiency over large area and being capable of inexpensive large volume production. Employed is a generally non-holographic and aperiodic polarization converter for converting the polarization of a coherent input light beam that may be of a visible wavelength into a pattern of continuous spatial modulation at the output of said polarization converter.
|Small-profile lensless optical microscopy imaging and tomography instruments and elements for low cost and integrated microscopy|
Arrangements for small-sized, inexpensive, and innovative lensless and other micro-optic microscopy imaging and tomography are presented. An imaging region comprising flat or curved surfaces is provided with an illumination source proximate to the imaging region or arranged for collimated illumination.
|Touch pad with force sensors and actuator feedback|
Electronic devices may use touch pads that have touch sensor arrays, force sensors, and actuators for providing tactile feedback. A touch pad may be mounted in a computer housing.
|Local voltage control for isolated transistor arrays|
Self-biasing transistor switching circuitry includes a main transistor, a biasing transistor, a first capacitor, and a second capacitor. The body of the main transistor is isolated from the gate, the drain, and the source of the main transistor by an insulating layer.
|Polyphasic multi-coil electric device|
A polyphasic multi-coil generator includes a drive shaft, at least first and second rotors rigidly mounted on the drive shaft so as to simultaneously synchronously rotate with rotation of the drive shaft, and at least one stator sandwiched between the first and second rotors. A stator array on the stator has an array of electrically conductive coils mounted to the stator in a first angular orientation about the drive shaft.
|Applications of contact-transfer printed membranes|
The disclosed embodiments provide sensitive pixel arrays formed using solvent-assisted or unassisted release processes. Exemplary devices include detectors arrays, tunable optical instruments, deflectable mirrors, digital micro-mirrors, digital light processing chips, tunable optical micro-cavity resonators, acoustic sensors, acoustic actuators, acoustic transducer devices and capacitive zipper actuators to name a few..
|Support lines to prevent line collapse in arrays|
Methods for preventing line collapse during the fabrication of nand flash memory and other microelectronic devices that utilize closely spaced device structures with high aspect ratios are described. In some embodiments, one or more mechanical support structures may be provided to prevent the collapse of closely spaced device structures during fabrication.
|Sensor pixels, arrays and array systems and methods therefor|
One sensor pixel includes amplifying transistor, coupled between first bias line and data line; switch transistor, operated by control line and coupled between data line and gate of amplifying transistor; storage capacitor, coupled to second bias line; and sensor being coupled to gate of amplifying transistor. Another sensor pixel includes first amplifying transistor coupled between first bias line and data line; second amplifying transistor being coupled between second bias line and data line; switch transistor being operated by control line and being coupled between data line and gates of first and second amplifying transistors; storage capacitor coupled to gates of first and second amplifying transistors; and sensor coupled to gates of first and second amplifying transistors.
|Multifunctional static or semi-static photovoltaic skylight and/or methods of making the same|
Improved building-integrated photovoltaic systems according to certain example embodiments may include concentrated photovoltaic skylights or other windows having a cylindrical lens array. The skylight may include an insulated glass unit, which may improve the solar heat gain coefficient (shgc).
|Parallel processing device, parallel processing method, optimization device, optimization method and computer program|
[solution] this invention is provided with: a divided task acquisition unit (101) for acquiring tasks into which an application has been divided; a simultaneous-execution task number setting unit (102) for setting the number of simultaneously executed tasks in each thread array; an in-array thread number setting unit (103) for setting the number of threads in each thread array; a total-number-of-arrays setting unit (104) for setting the total number of arrays; a thread array control unit (105) for generating the threads and thread arrays; a resource allocation unit (106) for securing a resource for the number of simultaneously executed tasks in each of the thread arrays; a processing task determination unit (107) for determining the task to be processed by each thread; and a task execution unit (108) for causing the task thus determined to be executed by each of the threads.. .
|Method, apparatus and system for handling data faults|
Techniques and mechanisms for handling data faults in a memory system which includes multiple integrated circuit (ic) dies, each die including a respective one of multiple memory arrays. In an embodiment, control logic monitors for a die failure of the multiple dies, and further monitors for a request to perform error correction for the multiple memory arrays.
|Systems and methods for real time multispectral imaging|
Multispectral filter arrays and methods of making and using the arrays are described herein. Multispectral imaging systems and methods of making and using the systems are also described.
|Detection and differentiation of demodex mites|
Methods of detecting d. Gatoi or d.
|Immunosignaturing: a path to early diagnosis and health monitoring|
Health is a complex state that represents the continuously changing outcome of nearly all human activities and interactions. The invention provides efficient methods and arrays for health monitoring, diagnosis, treatment, and preventive care.
|Methods for forming arrays of small, closely spaced features|
Methods of forming arrays of small, densely spaced holes or pillars for use in integrated circuits are disclosed. Various pattern transfer and etching steps can be used, in combination with pitch-reduction techniques, to create densely-packed features.
|Isolating target cells from a biological fluid|
A micro-fluidic device operable to isolate target cells from a biological fluid comprises: an inlet operable to receive the biological fluid, the biological fluid comprising target cells and other components; a waste outlet operable to receive at least the other components of the biological fluid; a plurality of parallel arrays of cell isolation wells coupling the inlet with the waste outlet, each parallel array of cell isolation wells supporting a flow of the biological fluid from the inlet to the waste outlet in response to a pressure differential thereacross, each array of cell isolation wells comprising a plurality isolation wells, each isolation well being dimensioned to mechanically trap the target cells therein whilst permitting flow of other components of the biological fluid; and at least one pressure maintenance structure operable to assist in maintaining a predetermined pressure differential across each of the plurality of parallel arrays of cell isolation wells.. .
|Ultrasound image processing apparatus and program|
An ultrasound diagnostic apparatus generates doppler waveform images whose visibility is improved appropriately in accordance with changes in measurement conditions. The ultrasound diagnostic apparatus includes a frequency-analyzing unit that generates frequency spectrum data on doppler shift frequency components of ultrasonic waves that are received after being transmitted towards a subject and reflected in the subject, and a line data generating unit for generating line data, wherein arrays of multiple pixels are stipulated according to the corresponding frequencies and each pixel value represents the magnitude of the doppler shift frequency component, based on the frequency spectrum data.
|Memory array device and method for reducing read current of the same|
A memory array device is disclosed, which includes a plurality of memory array rows, each memory array row including a plurality of subsidiary memory arrays and a switch arranged between every adjacent two subsidiary memory arrays; wherein each subsidiary memory array includes: a memory unit for storing a data; a programming indication bit arranged prior to the memory unit for indicating whether the subsidiary memory array has been programmed; and an inversion indication bit arranged subsequent to the memory unit for indicating whether a data had been inverted before being written in the memory unit of the subsidiary memory array. A method for reducing a read current of a memory array device is also disclosed..
|Method and architecture for improving defect detectability, coupling area, and flexibility of nvsram cells and arrays|
Several preferred embodiments of 1s1f 16t nvsram, 1s1f 20t nvsram, 1s2f 22t nvsram, 1s2f 14t nvsram cells are proposed, regardless of 1-poly, 2-poly, pmos or nos flash cell structures. Two separate sourcelines for the paired flash strings are also proposed for easy adding ability for the nvsram circuit to detect the marginally erased vt0 and marginally programmed vt1 of the paired flash cell.
|3d memory configurable for performance and power|
A 3d memory that is configurable for performance and power. An embodiment of a memory device includes a dynamic random-access memory (dram) including multiple memory dies, each memory die including multiple memory arrays, each memory array including peripheral logic circuits and a configurable logic.
|Edge-lit light panel|
An edge-lit light panel is disclosed, which includes a generally planar, transparent light guide. Light, such as from one or more solid state light source arrays, is coupled into the light guide through its lateral edge, and propagates generally laterally within the light guide via total internal reflection.
|Illumination devices using array of reflectors|
Embodiments of the present invention provide apparatuses and systems for providing illumination for projectors. Two or more sets of reflectors are used to combine light beams emitted by two or more two-dimensional arrays of light sources to provide a combined light beam with high brightness toward a pupil of a projection system.
|Image forming apparatus|
An image forming apparatus includes a controller configured to adjust ink ejection amounts from nozzles in a downstream nozzle array on a basis of a bypassing air flow degree. The bypassing air flow degree is calculated based on an ejection density of ink ejected from nozzles in an upstream nozzle array on a recording medium and indicates a generation degree of a bypassing air flow generated when a transfer air flow generated by transfer of the recording medium bypasses a self-generated air flow generated by ink ejected from the nozzles in the upstream nozzle array.
|Methods and apparatus for fragmented phased array radar|
Methods and apparatus for a phase array radar system having a fragmented array. In one embodiment, subarrays forming a generally rectangular shape are disposed on the surface of a truncated cone or a dome so that gaps are formed between adjacent segments of subarrays or between every adjacent subarrays..
|Successive approximation register analog-to-digital converter|
A successive approximation register analog-to-digital converter is provided which includes first and second capacitor arrays configured to generate first and second level voltages, respectively; a comparator configured to compare the first and second level voltages to output a comparison signal; sar logic configured to generate a digital signal in response to the comparison signal; and a variable common mode selector configured to compare a first analog input voltage and a common mode voltage and to supply one of the first analog input voltage and the common mode voltage to top plates of the first and second capacitor arrays according to a comparison result.. .
|Resonator arrays for wireless energy transfer|
Described herein are improved configurations for an apparatus that may include a plurality of resonators electrically interconnected and arranged in an array to form a composite resonator for wireless power transfer, each one of the plurality of resonators may include a block of a magnetic material having a conductor wire wrapped around a cross section thereof to form at least one loop enclosing an area substantially equal to the cross section, wherein the plurality of resonators are may be oriented so that a dipole moment of each one of the plurality of resonators is aligned with a dipole moment of each other one of the plurality of resonators.. .
|Tire vulcanization forming mold and method for manufacturing tires using the same|
A tire vulcanization forming mold and a tire manufacturing method using the same. In the forming mold, a plurality of segment blocks divided in a circumferential direction are equal in circumferential length and are formed with tread forming patterns of plural kinds on which blades for forming tread patterns on a tire are arranged in different arrays.
|Injection molded microoptics|
A wafer-scale apparatus and method is described for the automation of forming, aligning and attaching two-dimensional arrays of microoptic elements on semiconductor and other image display devices, backplanes, optoelectronic boards, and integrated optical systems. In an ordered fabrication sequence, a mold plate comprised of optically designed cavities is formed by reactive ion etching or alternative processes, optionally coated with a release material layer and filled with optically specified materials by an automated fluid-injection and defect-inspection subsystem.
|Systems and methods for scanning with radiation detectors|
Systems and methods for scanning with radiation detectors are provided. One system includes at least one radiation scanning camera-head, an array of at least one pixelated radiation detector having an imaging surface including a two dimensional array of pixels, and a scanning unit positioned between the radiation detector and the object.
|Method and apparatus for production of elongated meat products without casings|
A system (50) is provided for the production of elongated comestible products such as hot dogs, without the use of traditional casings. The system (50) includes a circular pattern of arrays (92) of elongated, open-ended, extruded synthetic resin cooking tubes (94, 96) within a rotatable cylindrical heating drum or housing (70).
|Thick film transducer arrays|
Various embodiments provide processes of fabrication to form acoustically and electrically isolated elements of a transducer array. For example, a cutting means such as use of a dicing saw, a laser, or etching, can be used on a cylindrically-focused transducer to form acoustically and electrically isolated elements of the transducer array..
|Method and server for managing redundant arrays of independent disks cards|
In a method for managing redundant arrays of independent disks (raid) cards and a server for executing the method, the server calculates a theoretical percentage of a load of each raid card according to a number of the raid cards, and loads an actual percentage of the load of each raid card through a multi input output (mio) interface, and detects peripheral component interconnect-express (pci-e) bandwidth of each raid card. When the load of each raid card is unbalanced or the pci-e bandwidth of the raid card is saturated, the server transfers the load from a raid card having a greater actual percentage of the load into a raid card having a less actual percentage of the load, and transfers the load from a raid card whose pci-e bandwidth is saturated into a raid card whose pci-e bandwidth is unsaturated according to differential signals through the mio interface..
|Methods and apparatus for detecting molecular interactions using fet arrays|
Methods and apparatuses relating to large scale fet arrays for analyte detection and measurement are provided. Chemfet (e.g., isfet) arrays may be fabricated using conventional cmos processing techniques based on improved fet pixel and array designs that increase measurement sensitivity and accuracy, and at the same time facilitate significantly small pixel sizes and dense arrays.
|Method for manufacturing optical image stabilizer employing scratch drive actuator|
A method for an optical image stabilizer including: providing an soi wafer substrate which has a plurality of cells, the soi wafer substrate including an insulating layer, and first and second silicon layers disposed on both sides of the insulating layer; forming scratch drive arrays and supporting members on each of the cells by etching the first silicon layer; forming the table through cells' separation by etching the second silicon layer and the insulating layer; removing the insulating layer interposed between the scratch drive arrays and the table; mounting the image sensor on the table; forming the substrate which has an electrode layer corresponding to the scratch drive arrays; and assembling the table with the image sensor and the scratch drive arrays on the substrate having the electrode layer in such a manner that the scratch drive arrays face the electrode layer each other.. .
The present disclosure relates to polymer coatings covalently attached to the surface of a substrate and the preparation of the polymer coatings, such as poly(n-(5-azidoacetamidylpentyl)acrylamide-co-acrylamide) (pazam), in the formation and manipulation of substrates, such as molecular arrays and flow cells. The present disclosure also relates to methods of preparing a substrate surface by using beads coated with a covalently attached polymer, such as pazam, and the method of determining a nucleotide sequence of a polynucleotide attached to a substrate surface described herein..
|Photo emitter x-ray source array (pexsa)|
A photo-emitter x-ray source is provided that includes a photocathode electron source, a laser light source, where the laser light source illuminates the photocathode electron source to emit electrons, and an x-ray target, where the emitted electrons are focused on the x-ray target, where the x-ray target emits x-rays. The photocathode electron source can include alkali halides (such as csbr and csi), semiconductors (such as gaas, inp), and theses materials modified with rare earth element (such as eu) doping, electron beam bombardment, and x-ray irradiation, and has a form factor that includes planar, patterned, of optically patterned.
|System and method for combining laser arrays for digital outputs|
Embodiments comprise laser emitter devices that generate a collimated beam of light the intensity or amplitude of which may be varied so as to carry data signals at a high rate of efficiency, and that is less sensitive to alignment of the detector, and detector systems for detecting the same collimated beam and reading the data carried in the beam of light.. .
|Increasing memory operating frequency|
A memory apparatus includes a plurality of memory arrays, each memory array including a plurality of memory cells. The apparatus includes a plurality of global bit lines and each one of the global bit lines is connected to a plurality of local bit lines, which are in turn connected to a plurality of memory cells.
|Multi-band imaging spectrometer|
One embodiment disclosed is a spectrometry system for collecting spatially and temporally co-registered hyperspectral data covering multiple spectral bands. The spectrometry system includes a single entrance slit for receiving light and a plurality of disperser elements operating over a plurality of distinct spectral bands to disperse the received light into constituent spectral channels.
|Piezo-capacitive effect-based printed flexible touchscreen display|
A piezo-capacitive effect-based printed flexible touch screen, comprising a printable layer, a printing ink layer, a transmissive layer, an electrode layer a, an electrically-controlled optical switch layer, an electrode layer b, a transparent flexible layer, and an electrode layer c disposed successively from bottom to top. The printable layer is a flexible insular material that is foldable and printable.
|Image sensors with column failure correction circuitry|
Electronic devices may include image sensors having image pixel arrays with image pixels arranged in pixel rows and pixel columns. Each pixel column may be coupled to column readout circuitry through column randomizing circuitry.
|Imaging device with a plurality of pixel arrays|
An imaging device includes a first pixel array arrange to capture a first image and a second pixel array arranged to capture a second image. The first pixel array and the second pixel array face substantially a same direction.
|Method for improving scan time and sensitivity in touch sensitive user interface device|
System and method for optimizing the consumption of power while maintaining performance in capacitive sensor arrays. A limited sensing area is used to improve the update rate and sensitivity of a row/column array of capacitive sensors.
|Standoff generating devices and processes for making same|
Standoff generating devices, arrays, and processes are disclosed for producing standoffs of various shapes, aspect ratios, and mechanical properties on a receiving surface for production of, e.g., vacuum-insulated glass units (vigus).. .
|Solar module array pre-assembly method and apparatus|
The present invention is directed to an apparatus for stacking a plurality of solar module arrays each having a plurality of solar panels. The apparatus includes a lower portion disposed on top of a first solar panel support channel corresponding to a first solar module array, and an upper portion for supporting a second solar panel support channel corresponding to a second solar module array, wherein the second solar module array is stacked above the first solar module array..
|Folding solar canopy assembly|
A structure capable of folding into a compact form for transporting, and for simple unfolding for attachment to a base, the structure including: two or more hingably interconnected solar panel arrays each having a two or more of solar panels, a solar panel support channel, and a support beam; wherein the two or more solar panels are attached to top portions of the solar panel support channel, and a bottom portion of the solar panel support channel is attached to a top portion of the support beam, the support beam having a hinged joint for cooperating in folding into mutual, near coplanar juxtaposition; and where the structure, when unfolded includes a solar canopy and is l-shaped viewed on end.. .
|Solar canopy assembly|
A structure capable of folding into a compact form for transporting, and for simple unfolding for attachment to a base, the structure including: two or more hingably interconnected solar panel arrays each having a two or more of solar panels, a solar panel support channel, and a support beam; wherein the two or more solar panels are attached to top portions of the solar panel support channel, and a bottom portion of the solar panel support channel is attached to a top portion of the support beam, the support beam having a hinged joint for cooperating in folding into mutual, near coplanar juxtaposition; and where the structure, when unfolded includes a solar canopy and is t-shaped viewed on end.. .
|Multicapacitor force/moment sensor arrays|
A multicapacitor sensor system facilitates the measurement of applied shear and moment forces. In one disclosed configuration, moments may be detectable in x, y and z directions, resulting in a full, 3-axis load cell with 6 degrees of freedom.
|Automated color selection method and apparatus with compact funtionality|
A computer generated webpage having a plurality of selectable links comprising a column of color family chips disposed along a left edge of the webpage display, a column of miniature color chip sub-family arrays display adjacent the column of color chips, and a centrally located enlarged display of one of the miniature color chip sub-families, the webpage further comprising an enlarged color chip appearing in an upper right corner thereof, a room display beneath the color chip, and a color palette display positioned beneath the centrally located enlarged display.. .
|Customizable backup and restore from nonvolatile logic array|
Design and operation of a processing device is configurable to optimize wake-up time and peak power cost during restoration of a machine state from non-volatile storage. The processing device includes a plurality of non-volatile logic element arrays configured to store a machine state represented by a plurality of volatile storage elements of the processing device.
|Nonvolatile logic array based computing over inconsistent power supply|
Input power quality for a processing device is sensed. In response to detection of poor power quality, input power is disconnected, and the processing device backs up its machine state in non-volatile logic element arrays using available stored charge.
|Non-volatile array wakeup and backup sequencing control|
Individual first ones of a plurality of non-volatile logic element arrays are designated to restore first in response to entering a wakeup or restoration mode. These non-volatile logic element arrays include instructions for an order in which other non-volatile logic element arrays are to be restored next.
|Nonvolatile logic array and power domain segmentation in processing device|
A computing device includes a first set of non-volatile logic element arrays associated with a first function and a second set of non-volatile logic element arrays associated with a second function. The first and second sets of non-volatile logic element arrays are independently controllable.
|Control of dedicated non-volatile arrays for specific function availability|
A device's configuration is controlled through control of its pre-boot process. Protected non-volatile logic element arrays store a machine state configuration of a processing device configured to backup data from volatile storage elements in a plurality of non-volatile logic element arrays.
|Boot state restore from nonvolatile bitcell array|
A processing device using a plurality of volatile storage elements to execute a boot process for and stores in a plurality of non-volatile logic element arrays a boot state representing a state of the processing device after a given amount of the boot process is completed. When it is determined that the processing device needs to restart from a boot state, energy can be saved by restoring the machine state at that boot state instead of re-booting.
|Dynamically resizable circular buffers|
Methods and apparatus for dynamically resizing circular buffers are described wherein circular buffers are dynamically allocated arrays from a pool of arrays. The method comprises receiving either a request to add data to a circular buffer or to remove data from a circular buffer.
|Scheduling of reconstructive i/o read operations in a storage environment|
A system and method for effectively scheduling read and write operations among a plurality of solid-state storage devices. A computer system comprises client computers and data storage arrays coupled to one another via a network.
|Scheduling of i/o in an ssd environment|
A system and method for effectively scheduling read and write operations among a plurality of solid-state storage devices. A computer system comprises client computers and data storage arrays coupled to one another via a network.
|Processing device with restricted power domain wakeup restore from nonvolatile logic array|
A processing device handles two or more operating threads. A non-volatile logic controller stores first program data from a first program in a first set of non-volatile logic element arrays and second program data from a second program in a second set of non-volatile logic element arrays.
|Configuration bit sequencing control of nonvolatile domain and array wakeup and backup|
A processing device includes a plurality of non-volatile logic element array domains having two or more non-volatile logic element arrays to store 2006 a machine state of the processing device stored in a plurality of volatile store elements. Configuration bits are read to direct which non-volatile logic element array domains are enabled first and to direct an order in which the first enabled non-volatile logic element array domains are restored or backed up in response to entering a wakeup or backup mode.
|Nonvolatile logic array with retention flip flops to reduce switching power during wakeup|
A processing device is operated using a plurality of volatile storage elements. Data in the plurality of volatile storage elements is stored in a plurality of non-volatile logic element arrays.
|Processing device with nonvolatile logic array backup|
A processing device is operated using a plurality of volatile storage elements. N groups of m volatile storage elements of the plurality of volatile storage elements per group are connected to an n by m size non-volatile logic element array of a plurality of non-volatile logic element arrays using a multiplexer.
|Priority based backup in nonvolatile logic arrays|
A processing device selectively backups only certain data based on a priority or binning structure. In one approach, a non-volatile logic controller stores the machine state by storing in non-volatile logic element arrays a portion of data representing the machine state less than all the data of the machine state.