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Microsoft - April 2010 USPTO Published Patent Applications

Microsoft - April 2010 USPTO Published Patent Applications

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US Patent Application Review Series
Microsoft
April 2010 issueProvide to you by:
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D-PublishAll information provided “as is“ for informational purposes only, not intended for researchor development purposes or advice. Neither D-Publish nor its associates are liable for anyinformational errors, incompleteness, or delays, or for any actions taken in reliance, director indirect, on information contained herein.April 2010 USPTO Patent Applications 1
 
A few words from the editor
A few words from the editor
If I have seen a little further it is by standing on the shoulders of giants.
- Issac Newton
If you want your views to be known, we now open this monthly review to columnists, bloggersand IP practitioners. Send us an email atinfo@d-publish.comand lets discuss how we canwork together. We also accept advertorial and advertisement placements.
Structure of this review
The Table of Contents is created based onalphabetical order of IPC. The patent applicationsare also sorted by alphabetical order of IPC. A briefdescription of each IPC is shown. We find that the IPCdescription could help ‘decipheringthe abstract of anpatent application. If a patent application belongs tomultiple IPC, the patent application will only be shownunder the section of first IPC.For each patent application, the following informationwill be shown:1. App. No. – patent application no. – it is uniqueto each patent application.2. Assignee this is owner of the patentapplication. If there is no assignee beingspecified, either the inventor of the patentapplication own the patent application or theowner of the patent application did not recordsuch information when the patent applicationwas filed.3. Title – this is the title of the patent application.4. Abstract this is the abstract of the patentapplication. There are rules on how an abstractshould be drafted. Most patent attorneys like tohave the abstract based on the first claim of thepatent application.5. Pri. Date priority date it is the dateof filing of the first application of the patentapplication (a patent application could havemultiple application dates because of divisionalpatents as well as overseas patent applications).It is considered to be the effective date of filingfor the examination of novelty and inventivestep or non-obviousness for the subsequentapplication claiming the priority of the firstapplication.6. App. Date – application date – it is the date offiling of the patent application at the US.7. Pub. Date – publishing date – it is the date of thepatent application published by US. Usually, it isabout 18 months after the application date.Patent Index is a numerical sorted list the patentapplications appeared in the review.IPC Catchword Index is an alphabetical sorted list ofcatchwords of the IPC appeared in the review.
How to use this review?
For creativity stimulation purpose:
quickly flip the pages and write down the pagenumber of the diagrams that interests you forlater review.
look up the IPC Catchword Index and go to theIPC that you are interestedFor business intelligent purpose:
quickly flip the pages and identify the IPC thatcould “ring a bell”
study all patent applications belong to theidentified IPC.For engineering design purpose:
quickly flip the pages and identify the diagramsthat may be similar to your work.
click on the patent application link and visit theUS server for more detailed information of thepatent application.
read the description of IPC carefully.
if you are interested in IPC, compare the patentapplications belong to it.
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Patent applications are free of copyrights unless theinventorspecificallystated soin the patentapplication.However, this review is protected by copyright law dueto the editing effort we have invested in. We hope youfind this review useful and would recommend yourfriend to purchase another review from us. Pleasedo not copy or distribute this review. This would bea violation of copyright law and reduce the amount ofrevenue we should earn.We hope you nd this review useful. If youwould like to contact us or have us to develop acustomized review, please send us an email atinfo@d-publish.com.April 2010 USPTO Patent Applications 2
 
Table of Contents
Table of Contents
G01C 21/00 - Navigation. . . . . . . . . . . 9
G06F 01/00 - Details not covered by groupsand. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12G06F 03/00 - Input arrangements fortransferring data to be processed intoa form capable of being handled by thecomputer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13G06F 03/01 - Input arrangementsor combined input and outputarrangements for interaction betweenuser and computer. . . . . . . . . . . . 19G06F 03/02 - Input arrangements usingmanually operated switches, e.g. usingkeyboards or dials. . . . . . . . . . . . 20G06F 03/033 - Pointing devices displacedor positioned by the user, e.g. mice,trackballs, pens or joysticks. . . . . . . 22G06F 03/041 - Digitisers, e.g. for touchscreens or touch pads, characterisedby the transducing means. . . . . . . . 22G06F 03/048 - Interaction techniquesfor graphical user interfaces, e.g.interaction with windows, icons or menus24G06F 03/14 - Digital output to display device37G06F 07/00 - Methods or arrangements forprocessing data by operating upon theorder or content of the data handled. . 38G06F 07/04 - Identity comparison, i.e. for likeor unlike values. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42G06F 07/06 - Arrangements for sorting,selecting, merging, or comparing dataon individual record carriers. . . . . . . 42G06F 07/58 - Random or pseudo-randomnumber generators. . . . . . . . . . . . 51G06F 09/00 - Arrangements for programmecontrol, e.g. control unit. . . . . . . . . 51G06F 09/318 - with operation extension ormodification. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52G06F 09/44 - Arrangements for executingspecific programmes. . . . . . . . . . . 53G06F 09/445 - Programme loading or initiating67G06F 09/45 - Compilation or interpretation ofhigh level programme languages. . . . 68G06F 09/455 - Emulation. . . . . . . . . . .71G06F 09/46 - Multiprogramming arrangements71G06F 09/50 - Allocation of resources, e.g. ofthe central processing unit (CPU). . . . 81G06F 09/54 - Interprogramme communication82G06F 11/00 - Error detection. . . . . . . . . 82G06F 11/07 - Responding to the occurrenceof a fault, e.g. fault tolerance. . . . . . 85G06F 11/20 - using active fault-masking, e.g.by switching out faulty elements or byswitching in spare elements. . . . . . . 87G06F 11/32 - with visual indication of thefunctioning of the machine. . . . . . . . 87G06F 11/34 - Recording or statisticalevaluation of computer activity, e.g. ofdown time, of input/output operation. . 88G06F 11/36 - Preventing errors by testing ordebugging of software. . . . . . . . . . 88G06F 12/00 - Accessing, addressing orallocating within memory systems orarchitectures. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92G06F 12/02 - Addressing or allocation. . . . 99G06F 12/06 - Addressing a physical blockof locations, e.g. base addressing,module addressing, address spaceextension, memory dedication. . . . . . 101G06F 12/08 - in hierarchically structuredmemory systems, e.g. virtual memorysystems. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102G06F 12/10 - Address translation. . . . . . . 104G06F 12/14 - Protection againstunauthorised use of memory. . . . . . 104G06F 12/16 - Protection against loss ofmemory contents. . . . . . . . . . . . . 105G06F 13/00 - Interconnection of, or transferof information or other signals between,memories, input/output devices orcentral processing units. . . . . . . . . 106G06F 13/28 - using burst mode transfer, e.g.direct memory access, cycle steal. . . 107G06F 15/00 - Digital computers in general. . 107G06F 15/16 - Combinations of two or moredigital computers each having at leastan arithmetic unit, a programme unitand a register, e.g. for a simultaneousprocessing of several programmes. . . 108G06F 15/173 - using an interconnectionnetwork, e.g. matrix, shuffle, pyramid,star, snowflake. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 124G06F 15/177 - Initialisation or configurationcontrol. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 127April 2010 USPTO Patent Applications 3

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