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US2021230789A1
LAUNDRY APPARATUS
Publication/Patent Number: US2021230789A1 Publication Date: 2021-07-29 Application Number: 17/258,531 Filing Date: 2019-08-03 Inventor: Jain, Nishant   Corens, Thibault P.   Li, Keith   Assignee: LAUNDRYSUCKS.IO Inc.   IPC: D06F58/10 Abstract: A laundry apparatus contains a steamer for providing steam, a first unit for blowing the steam towards a fabric and a second unit for blowing a hot gaseous matter towards the fabric, wherein the hot gaseous matter is formed by heating the gaseous matter also with the steam. An apparatus for removing wrinkles from garments contains a hanger for hanging a garment, a steam tube to blow steam into a sleeve of the garment, and an expandable component underneath the shoulder. The expandable component is in a compact state when the sleeve of the garment is initially hung from the shoulder, and in an expanded state to close the passage between the sleeve and a torso of the garment, wherein the steam blocked by the expandable component operates to remove wrinkles in the sleeve.
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US2021012118A1
SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR CONTINUOUS OPERATION OF VISION/RADAR SYSTEMS IN PRESENCE OF BIT ERRORS
Publication/Patent Number: US2021012118A1 Publication Date: 2021-01-14 Application Number: 16/505,522 Filing Date: 2019-07-08 Inventor: Bohacik, Pavel   Singh, Shreya   Jain, Nishant   Goel, Anshul   Jain, Shivali   Jain, Naveen Kumar   Assignee: NXP USA, Inc.   IPC: G06K9/00 Abstract: A radar and/or camera system may include a receiver subsystem that receives image and/or radar data from one or more imaging/radar subsystems via multiple data lanes. A vision processor of the system may receive a data stream that includes the image and/or radar data and one or more synchronization signals including a vertical sync signal. The receiver subsystem may include a timing event generator that toggles the vertical sync signal in response to detecting certain timing event errors in order to correct these timing event errors without interrupting normal operation of the system. The receiver subsystem may include sync monitoring circuitry that may detect synchronization errors that occur when synchronization signal pulses received by the receiver subsystem do not match a predefined synchronization pattern within a scan window of predefined length. The system may be reset in response to detection of such synchronization errors.
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EP3764639A1
SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR CONTINUOUS OPERATION OF VISION/RADAR SYSTEMS IN PRESENCE OF BIT ERRORS
Publication/Patent Number: EP3764639A1 Publication Date: 2021-01-13 Application Number: 20182811.8 Filing Date: 2020-06-29 Inventor: Bohacik, Pavel   Singh, Shreya   Jain, Nishant   Goel, Anshul   Jain, Shivali   Jain, Naveen Kumar   Assignee: NXP USA, Inc.   IPC: H04N7/18 Abstract: A radar and/or camera system may include a receiver subsystem that receives image and/or radar data from one or more imaging/radar subsystems via multiple data lanes. A vision processor of the system may receive a data stream that includes the image and/or radar data and one or more synchronization signals including a vertical sync signal. The receiver subsystem may include a timing event generator that toggles the vertical sync signal in response to detecting certain timing event errors in order to correct these timing event errors without interrupting normal operation of the system. The receiver subsystem may include sync monitoring circuitry that may detect synchronization errors that occur when synchronization signal pulses received by the receiver subsystem do not match a predefined synchronization pattern within a scan window of predefined length. The system may be reset in response to detection of such synchronization errors.
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WO2020033274A1
LAUNDRY APPARATUS
Publication/Patent Number: WO2020033274A1 Publication Date: 2020-02-13 Application Number: 2019045019 Filing Date: 2019-08-03 Inventor: Corens, Thibault P.   Jain, Nishant   Li, Keith   Assignee: LAUNDRYSUCKS.IO INC.   IPC: D06F73/02 Abstract: A laundry apparatus contains a steamer for providing steam, a first unit for blowing the steam towards a fabric and a second unit for blowing a hot gaseous matter towards the fabric, wherein the hot gaseous matter is formed by heating the gaseous matter also with the steam. An apparatus for removing wrinkles from garments contains a hanger for hanging a garment, a steam tube to blow steam into a sleeve of the garment, and an expandable component underneath the shoulder. The expandable component is in a compact state when the sleeve of the garment is initially hung from the shoulder, and in an expanded state to close the passage between the sleeve and a torso of the garment, wherein the steam blocked by the expandable component operates to remove wrinkles in the sleeve.
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EP3619610A1
SYSTEMS AND METHODS FOR DETECTING ANOMALIES IN EXECUTION OF COMPUTER PROGRAMS
Publication/Patent Number: EP3619610A1 Publication Date: 2020-03-11 Application Number: 18729513.4 Filing Date: 2018-05-01 Inventor: Jain, Nishant Kumar   Murty, Rohan Narayan   Nychis, George Peter   Gupta, Harsh   Kim, Yoongu   Assignee: Soroco Private Limited   Soroco Americas Private Limited   Soroco India Private Limited   Jain, Nishant, Kumar   Murty, Rohan Narayan   Nychis, George, Peter   Gupta, Harsh   Kim, Yoongu   IPC: G06F11/34
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EP3671720A1
REAL-TIME ON-CHIP DATA TRANSFER SYSTEM
Publication/Patent Number: EP3671720A1 Publication Date: 2020-06-24 Application Number: 19210427.1 Filing Date: 2019-11-20 Inventor: Jain, Naveen Kumar   Fader, Joachim   Singh, Shreya   Jain, Nishant   Goel, Anshul   Assignee: NXP USA, Inc.   IPC: G09G5/00 Abstract: A system and method for real-time data transfer on a system-on-chip (SoC) allows MIPI-CSI (camera serial interface) data received on a first interface to be output on another MIPI-CSI interface without using system memory or delaying the loopback path. The system includes a CSI receiver (108), a loopback buffer (110), and a CSI transmitter (112). The loopback buffer is used for the data transfer between the CSI receiver and the CSI transmitter. The CSI transmitter receives a payload included in a data packet from the CSI receiver by way of the loopback buffer. The CSI receiver communicates a packet header of the data packet to the CSI transmitter. The CSI transmitter reads the payload from the loopback buffer based on the packet header and at least one of a buffer threshold capacity and payload size.
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US10862830B2
Real-time on-chip data transfer system
Publication/Patent Number: US10862830B2 Publication Date: 2020-12-08 Application Number: 16/222,671 Filing Date: 2018-12-17 Inventor: Jain, Naveen Kumar   Fader, Joachim   Singh, Shreya   Jain, Nishant   Goel, Anshul   Assignee: NXP USA, INC.   IPC: H04J3/24 Abstract: A system and method for real-time data transfer on a system-on-chip (SoC) allows MIPI-CSI (camera serial interface) data received on a first interface to be output on another MIPI-CSI interface without using system memory or delaying the loopback path. The system includes a CSI receiver, a loopback buffer, and a CSI transmitter. The loopback buffer is used for the data transfer between the CSI receiver and the CSI transmitter. The CSI transmitter receives a payload included in a data packet from the CSI receiver by way of the loopback buffer. The CSI receiver communicates a packet header of the data packet to the CSI transmitter. The CSI transmitter reads the payload from the loopback buffer based on the packet header and at least one of a buffer threshold capacity and payload size.
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US10789157B2
Systems and methods for detecting anomalies in execution of computer programs
Publication/Patent Number: US10789157B2 Publication Date: 2020-09-29 Application Number: 15/968,401 Filing Date: 2018-05-01 Inventor: Jain, Nishant Kumar   Murty, Rohan Narayan   Nychis, George Peter   Gupta, Harsh   Kim, Yoongu   Assignee: Soroco Private Limited   IPC: G06F11/36 Abstract: According to at least one aspect, a system is provided. The system comprises at least one hardware processor; and at least one non-transitory computer-readable storage medium storing processor executable instructions that, when executed by the at least one hardware processor, cause the at least one hardware processor to perform: monitoring execution of a first computer program configured to control a second computer program to perform a task at least in part by controlling the second computer program, through a graphical user interface (GUI) and/or an application programming interface (API) for the second computer program, to perform at least one action in furtherance of the task; detecting at least one anomaly in the execution of the first computer program; and outputting the detected at least one anomaly in the execution of the first computer program.
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US2020195589A1
REAL-TIME ON-CHIP DATA TRANSFER SYSTEM
Publication/Patent Number: US2020195589A1 Publication Date: 2020-06-18 Application Number: 16/222,671 Filing Date: 2018-12-17 Inventor: Jain, Naveen Kumar   Fader, Joachim   Singh, Shreya   Jain, Nishant   Goel, Anshul   Assignee: NXP USA, INC.   IPC: H04L12/861 Abstract: A system and method for real-time data transfer on a system-on-chip (SoC) allows MIPI-CSI (camera serial interface) data received on a first interface to be output on another MIPI-CSI interface without using system memory or delaying the loopback path. The system includes a CSI receiver, a loopback buffer, and a CSI transmitter. The loopback buffer is used for the data transfer between the CSI receiver and the CSI transmitter. The CSI transmitter receives a payload included in a data packet from the CSI receiver by way of the loopback buffer. The CSI receiver communicates a packet header of the data packet to the CSI transmitter. The CSI transmitter reads the payload from the loopback buffer based on the packet header and at least one of a buffer threshold capacity and payload size.
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US10853114B2
Systems and methods for executing software robot computer programs on virtual machines
Publication/Patent Number: US10853114B2 Publication Date: 2020-12-01 Application Number: 15/862,842 Filing Date: 2018-01-05 Inventor: Agarwal, Sanyam   Murty, Rohan Narayan   Nychis, George Peter   Richter, Wolfgang   Jain, Nishant Kumar   Mour, Surabhi   Karanth, Shreyas H.   Anand, Shashank   Assignee: Soroco Private Limited   IPC: G06F9/455 Abstract: Techniques for executing one or more instances of a computer program using virtual machines, the computer program comprising multiple computer program portions including a first computer program portion. The techniques include determining whether an instance of any of the multiple computer program portions is to be executed; when it is determined that a first instance of the first computer program portion is to be executed, accessing first information specifying a first set of one or more virtual machine resources required for executing the first instance of the first computer program portion; determining whether any one of the plurality of virtual machines has at least the first set of virtual machine resources available; and when it is determined that a first of the plurality of virtual machines has the first set virtual machine resources available, causing the first virtual machine to execute the first instance of the first computer program portion.
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EP2837134B1
METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR CACHING SNMP DATA
Publication/Patent Number: EP2837134B1 Publication Date: 2019-02-27 Application Number: 13718972.6 Filing Date: 2013-04-12 Inventor: Jain, Nishant Kumar   Assignee: Citrix Systems Inc.   IPC: H04L12/24
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AU2018263839A1
Systems and methods for detecting anomalies in execution of computer programs
Publication/Patent Number: AU2018263839A1 Publication Date: 2019-12-19 Application Number: 2018263839 Filing Date: 2018-05-01 Inventor: Gupta, Harsh   Jain, Nishant Kumar   Kim, Yoongu   Nychis, George Peter   Murty, Rohan Narayan   Assignee: GUPTA, HARSH   KIM, YOONGU   Soroco Private Limited   Jain, Nishant   Nychis, George   Soroco India Private Limited   Soroco Americas Private Limited   Murty, Rohan   IPC: G06F11/34 Abstract: According to at least one aspect, a system is provided. The system comprises at least one hardware processor; and at least one non-transitory computer-readable storage medium storing processor executable instructions that, when executed by the at least one hardware processor, cause the at least one hardware processor to perform: monitoring execution of a first computer program configured to control a second computer program to perform a task at least in part by controlling the second computer program, through a graphical user interface (GUI) and/or an application programming interface (API) for the second computer program, to perform at least one action in furtherance of the task; detecting at least one anomaly in the execution of the first computer program; and outputting the detected at least one anomaly in the execution of the first computer program.
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US2019011291A1
REDUCING NOISE IN A CAPACITIVE SENSOR
Publication/Patent Number: US2019011291A1 Publication Date: 2019-01-10 Application Number: 15/926,276 Filing Date: 2018-03-20 Inventor: Parupalli, Vamsikrishna   You, Zhong   Agarwal, Gaurav   Arumugam, Vikrant   Gaboriau, Johann G.   Jain, Nishant   Assignee: Cirrus Logic International Semiconductor Ltd.   IPC: G01D5/24 Abstract: A method for measuring a capacitive sensor output may include applying an excitation signal to a capacitor of the capacitive sensor which causes generation of a modulated signal from a baseband signal, wherein the excitation signal is of a carrier frequency which is higher than frequency content of the baseband signal, demodulating the modulated signal to generate an output signal representative of a capacitance of the capacitor wherein the demodulating is based, at least in part, on the excitation signal, determining whether noise in the modulated signal is caused by interference at approximately the carrier frequency, and in response to determining noise in the modulated signal is caused by interference at approximately the carrier frequency, modifying the carrier frequency to another frequency to reduce noise caused in the modulated signal by the interference.
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US10476444B1
Cross-fading in dual-path pulse width modulation system
Publication/Patent Number: US10476444B1 Publication Date: 2019-11-12 Application Number: 16/142,498 Filing Date: 2018-09-26 Inventor: Das, Tejasvi   Zhao, Xin   He, Ku   Jain, Nishant   Zhu, Lei   Fei, Xiaofan   Assignee: Cirrus Logic, Inc.   IPC: H03F1/30 Abstract: A system may include a plurality of playback paths comprising an open-loop playback path configured to drive an output load and a closed-loop playback path. The closed-loop playback path may include an outer feedback loop comprising one or more integrators, a quantizer, and an output driver for driving the output load, the outer feedback loop having an outer loop feedback gain and an inner feedback loop comprising the one or more integrators and the quantizer and excluding the output driver, wherein the inner feedback loop has a variable inner loop feedback gain which is adjustable to match the outer loop feedback gain.
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US10397275B2
Creating and using remote device management attribute rule data store
Publication/Patent Number: US10397275B2 Publication Date: 2019-08-27 Application Number: 14/929,405 Filing Date: 2015-11-01 Inventor: Jain, Jayant   Sengupta, Anirban   Lund, Rick   Tiagi, Alok S.   Zhou, Jingmin   Jain, Nishant   Assignee: NICIRA, INC.   IPC: H04L9/00 Abstract: Some embodiments provide novel methods for processing remote-device data messages in a network based on data-message attributes from a remote device management (RDM) system. For instance, the method of some embodiments identifies a set of RDM attributes associated with a data message, and then performs one or more service operations based on identified RDM attribute set.
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US201911291A1
REDUCING NOISE IN A CAPACITIVE SENSOR
Publication/Patent Number: US201911291A1 Publication Date: 2019-01-10 Application Number: 20/181,592 Filing Date: 2018-03-20 Inventor: Gaboriau, Johann G.   You, Zhong   Jain, Nishant   Parupalli, Vamsikrishna   Arumugam, Vikrant   Agarwal, Gaurav   Assignee: Cirrus Logic International Semiconductor Ltd.   IPC: H04L27/144 Abstract: A method for measuring a capacitive sensor output may include applying an excitation signal to a capacitor of the capacitive sensor which causes generation of a modulated signal from a baseband signal, wherein the excitation signal is of a carrier frequency which is higher than frequency content of the baseband signal, demodulating the modulated signal to generate an output signal representative of a capacitance of the capacitor wherein the demodulating is based, at least in part, on the excitation signal, determining whether noise in the modulated signal is caused by interference at approximately the carrier frequency, and in response to determining noise in the modulated signal is caused by interference at approximately the carrier frequency, modifying the carrier frequency to another frequency to reduce noise caused in the modulated signal by the interference.
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US10397353B2
Context enriched distributed logging services for workloads in a datacenter
Publication/Patent Number: US10397353B2 Publication Date: 2019-08-27 Application Number: 14/996,172 Filing Date: 2016-01-14 Inventor: Jain, Jayant   Sengupta, Anirban   Agarwal, Mayank   Koganty, Raju   Raman, Chidambareswaran   Jain, Nishant   Olmsted-thompson, Jeremy   Nimmagadda, Srinivas   Assignee: NICIRA, INC.   IPC: H04L12/24 Abstract: A method of enhancing log packets with context metadata is provided. The method at a redirecting filter on a host in a datacenter, intercepts a packet from a data compute node (DCN) of a datacenter tenant. The method determines that the intercepted packet is a log packet. The method forwards the log packet and a first set of associated context metadata to a proxy logging server. The first set of context metadata is associated with the log packet based on the DCN that generated the packet. The method, at the proxy logging server, associates a second set of context metadata with the log packet. The second set of context metadata is received from a compute manager of the datacenter. The method sending the log packet and the first and second sets of context metadata from the proxy logging server to a central logging server associated with the tenant.
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EP3532093A1
VACCINE FORMULATIONS WITH INCREASED STABILITY
Publication/Patent Number: EP3532093A1 Publication Date: 2019-09-04 Application Number: 17778047.5 Filing Date: 2017-09-19 Inventor: Kosuda, Kathryn M.   Miller, David P.   Jain, Nishant K.   Palmer, Carter R.   Kluge, Jonathan A.   Stinson, Jordan A.   Li, Adrian Benton   Krisiewicz, Alexandra   Assignee: Vaxess Technologies, Inc.   IPC: A61K39/12
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US2019275136A1
VACCINE FORMULATIONS WITH INCREASED STABILITY
Publication/Patent Number: US2019275136A1 Publication Date: 2019-09-12 Application Number: 16/334,215 Filing Date: 2017-09-19 Inventor: Kosuda, Kathryn M.   Miller, David P.   Jain, Nishant K.   Palmer, Carter R.   Kluge, Jonathan A.   Stinson, Jordan A.   Li, Adrian Benton   Krisiewicz, Alexandra   Assignee: VAXESS TECHNOLOGIES, INC.   IPC: A61K39/12 Abstract: The present disclosure relates to viral vaccine formulations with enhanced stability and methods of use thereof.
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AU2017327009A1
Vaccine formulations with increased stability
Publication/Patent Number: AU2017327009A1 Publication Date: 2019-04-04 Application Number: 2017327009 Filing Date: 2017-09-19 Inventor: Miller, David P.   Kluge, Jonathan A.   Kosuda, Kathryn M.   Palmer, Carter R.   Stinson, Jordan A.   Jain, Nishant K.   Krisiewicz, Alexandra   Li, Adrian Benton   Assignee: VAXESS TECHNOLOGIES, INC.   IPC: A61K39/12 Abstract: The present disclosure relates to viral vaccine formulations with enhanced stability and methods of use thereof.
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