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OData enabled mobile software applications

A system and a method for accessing data objects provided through an OData service involve receiving, at an application server, a data access request from a client computing device. The data access request specifies in a platform-independent manner an access operation to be performed on a first data object. The application server translates the data access request into an OData compliant request. The OData compliant request is then transmitted to the OData service to perform the access operation.

Inventors: Xue; Yunjiao (Waterloo, CA), Brandow; David (Guelph, CA), Gong; Yan (Waterloo, CA), Hoos; Jason (Schaumburg, IL)
Applicant:
SAP SE
Walldorf
N/A
DE

Assignee: SAP SE (Walldorf, DE)
Family ID: 1000003280723
Appl. No.: 14/478,614
Filed: September 5, 2014

Authors: Michael Pizzo, Ralf Handl, Martin Zurmuehl Title: OASIS OData Version 4.0 Part 1: Protocol–OASIS Standard Date: Feb. 24, 2014. cited by examiner .
SAP AG HTTP Request Response Mapping 2014 https://help.sap.com/saphelp_smp303sdk/helpdata/en/7c/12df7c700610149061e- 2769179245f/frameset.htm (Year: 2014). cited by examiner.

Primary Examiner: Taylor; Nicholas R
Assistant Examiner: Pena-Santana; Tania M
Attorney, Agent or Firm: Jones Day

Application Number: 15347984 Application Date: 10.11.2016
Publication Number: 20180128624 Publication Date: 10.05.2018
Applicants: SAP SE
Inventors:
Florian Strauf
Benjamin Fischer

A method for accessing data objects provided through an Open Data Protocol (OData) service, comprising: receiving, at an application server, a data access request from a client computing device, wherein the data access request is issued through a client application executing on a mobile computing platform of the client computing device, and wherein the data access request specifies in a platform-independent manner an access operation to be performed on a first data object by an OData service; at the application server, translating the data access request into an OData compliant request; and transmitting the OData compliant request to a third computing device to perform the access operation; wherein: the data access request identifies the first data object using a metadata model that is shared by both of the client computing device and the application server, the metadata model specifying properties of objects used by the client computing device and the application server; and the translating uses the metadata model to map portions of the data access request to each of: a base Uniform Resource Locator (URL), a Base XPath, an XPath, and an OData-specific Extensible Markup Language (XML) namespace.

OData

A system for accessing data objects provided through an Open Data Protocol (OData) service, comprising: an application server that receives a data access request from a client computing device, wherein the data access request is issued through a client application executing on a mobile computing platform of the client computing device, and wherein the data access request specifies in a platform-independent manner an access operation to be performed on a first data object; and an OData service that provides access to the first data object; wherein the application server is configured to: translate the data access request into an OData compliant request; and transmit the OData compliant request to the OData service, which performs the access operation; wherein: the data access request identifies the first data object using a metadata model that is shared by both of the client computing device and the application server share, the metadata model specifying properties of objects used by the client computing device and the application server; and the translating uses the metadata model to map portions of the data access request to each of: a base Uniform Resource Locator (URL), a Base XPath, an XPath, and an OData-specific Extensible Markup Language (XML) namespace.

OData is a Web-based data access protocol for requesting and updating data. OData applies and builds upon Web technologies such as Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP), Atom Publishing Protocol (AtomPub), and JavaScript.RTM. Object Notation (JSON) to provide access to information from a variety of applications, services, and data stores. OData may be used to expose and access information from a variety of sources including, but not limited to, relational databases, file systems, content management systems and traditional Web sites.

Software applications can be written to support OData access. However, doing so often requires a native programming solution that is specific to a particular mobile platform such as Android or iOS. To implement OData functionality, platform specific code must be written for each platform on which an application is to be deployed. One alternative is to write the application as a Web application, using a common JavaScript library that provides cross-platform OData access. However, such Web applications may not perform as well as native software applications and can sometimes have compatibility problems. Therefore, a need exists for a way to enable applications to be created in a platform-independent manner while also providing OData functionality.

Example embodiments of the present invention relate to a system and methods for providing data access to OData services for mobile applications.

In an example embodiment, a mobile application is created in a software development environment that includes a software tool for creating and configuring the application for accessing an OData service. The application is created by defining interactions between user interface elements of the application and data objects. The definitions are platform-independent metadata, so that the data access requests issued by the application are also platform-independent. The application is deployed to an intermediary application server. The definitions are then loaded onto a client device so that requests for data exposed by the OData service can be sent from the client device.

In an example embodiment, an intermediary application server, which can be implemented as software executing on at least one computer, translates a data access request from a mobile application into an OData compliant request. Upon receiving the data access request, the intermediary application server determines that an access operation specified by the request involves a data object in an OData service. In response, the intermediary application server translates the request into an OData compliant request. The details of the translation process may vary depending on the type of access operation to be performed. For example, requests for creating or updating data may include a data body that is modified by the application server as part of the translation process. In contrast, read requests or delete requests may not include data bodies. OData is a Web-based data access protocol for requesting and updating data. OData applies and builds upon Web technologies such as Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP), Atom Publishing Protocol (AtomPub), and JavaScript.RTM. Object Notation (JSON) to provide access to information from a variety of applications, services, and data stores. OData may be used to expose and access information from a variety of sources including, but not limited to, relational databases, file systems, content management systems and traditional Web sites.

Tamarindo – Twisted X Inc – Footwear S/N 87977582

Tamarindo logo

 

Word Mark TAMARINDO
Translations The English translation of the word “TAMARINDO” in the mark is “TAMARIND”.
Goods and Services IC 025. US 022 039. G & S: Footwear. FIRST USE: 20180425. FIRST USE IN COMMERCE: 20180425
Mark Drawing Code (3) DESIGN PLUS WORDS, LETTERS, AND/OR NUMBERS
Design Search Code 26.01.26 – Coils; Spirals; Swirls
Serial Number 87977582
Filing Date January 27, 2017
Current Basis 1B
Original Filing Basis 1B
Published for Opposition May 9, 2017
Owner (APPLICANT) Twisted X, Inc. CORPORATION TEXAS 1200 South FM 51, Suite E Decatur TEXAS 76234
Attorney of Record Geoffrey A Mantooth
Description of Mark Color is not claimed as a feature of the mark. The mark consists of nested arcuate lines, with “TAMARINDO” located to the right thereof.
Type of Mark TRADEMARK
Register PRINCIPAL
Live/Dead Indicator LIVE

Buy Somewhere Pty Ltd: Visualization System and Software Architecture Therefore

Pub. No.: WO/2018/081851 International Application No.: PCT/AU2017/000233
Publication Date: 11.05.2018 International Filing Date: 03.11.2017
IPC: G06T 7/00 (2017.01), G06T 13/00 (2011.01), G06T 15/00 (2011.01), G06T 17/00 (2006.01), A63F 13/00 (2014.01)

Applicants: BUY SOMEWHERE PTY LTD [AU/AU]; Level 2, 52 Oxford Street Darlinghurst NSW 2010 (AU)
Inventors: GRIFFITHS, Nicholas; (AU).
ROSE, Gareth; (AU).
MORTIMER, Geoff; (AU)
Agent: WALLINGTON-DUMMER PATENT AND TRADE MARK ATTORNEYS; GPO Box 3888 Sydney NSW 2001 (AU)
Priority Data:  2016904498 03.11.2016 AU
Title (EN) VISUALISATION SYSTEM AND SOFTWARE ARCHITECTURE THEREFOR
(FR) SYSTÈME DE VISUALISATION ET ARCHITECTURE LOGICIELLE ASSOCIÉE

Software Architechture Abstract

(EN)Disclosed is a method of presenting a stylised visual approximation of a scene to a user located at the scene; said method comprising inputting data from at least a first source to a remote processor; curating the data; transmitting polygon constructs corresponding to the data to a local processor operable by the user; the local processor driving a display which displays to the user a stylised visual approximation of the scene in part derived from the polygon constructs. Also disclosed is, in an environment representative of a physical environment, a method of display of objects comprising displaying selected first objects as a visual approximation of the first objects in the physical environment whilst displaying other selected second objects as a stylised visual approximation of the second objects in the physical environment.

(FR)L’invention concerne un procédé de présentation d’une approximation visuelle stylisée d’une scène à un utilisateur situé au niveau de la scène; ledit procédé comprenant l’entrée de données à partir d’au moins une première source vers un processeur à distance; la conservation des données; la transmission des constructions polygonales correspondant aux données à un processeur local utilisable par l’utilisateur; le processeur local commandant un affichage qui affiche à l’utilisateur une approximation visuelle stylisée de la scène en partie dérivée des constructions polygonales. L’invention concerne également, dans un environnement représentant un environnement physique, un procédé d’affichage d’objets comprenant l’affichage de premiers objets sélectionnés en tant qu’approximation visuelle des premiers objets dans l’environnement physique tout en affichant d’autres seconds objets sélectionnés en tant qu’approximation visuelle stylisée des seconds objets dans l’environnement physique.

Software Architechture Patent Background

The issue of presentation of data particularly but not only in a geographic context has been addressed in the prior art including in PCT/AU2002/00531 assigned to THE COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA. This citation describes a methodology for viewing a three dimensional virtual universe .

It has been observed that traditional mobile application multiplayer games are set in fictional or constructed environments with no correlation to any real-world geographic locations or the user locations.

Furthermore, such mobile application games typically use gameplay based on events and conditions generated by users or the game itself. These multiplayer games do not extract and analyse data in relation to how humans interact in a particular environment, and also how it describes its spatial locations and real-time events. User success or failure in such games is not tied to real-world geographic positions. These restricted gaming environments prevent integration of spatial knowledge, which shapes and controls the communication context between the game and the user. As such, there is a lack of context- awareness in many existing location based games.

Geo location-based mobile application games are relatively new in the industry. These mobile application games are known for their unpredictability as the game relies upon the user’s real location (or other location data) , as a means of input, or as a means of

generating/accessing game specific content. As such, these mobile application games provide players with distinct gaming experiences, not only from player-to-player but als from location-to-location, effectively increasing the game’s longevity and its possibilities. Existing games lac the ability to provide context-awareness and are largely based on fictional or constructed environments with no correlation to any real-world geographic locations or the user’s location. It would be advantageous to create a gaming experience wherein the real world is the game board and each player is a game token moving within the game. It would be advantageous to provide a new software

architecture to enable an interactive echolocation-based multiplayer mobile application where players interact to capture different kinds of properties that correspond to real world locations using their mobile devices.

GE Company: Multilayer X-Ray Source Target WO/2018/005901

Pub. No.: WO/2018/005901 International Application No.: PCT/US2017/040167
Publication Date: 04.01.2018 International Filing Date: 30.06.2017
IPC:
H01J 35/08 (2006.01), H01J 35/12 (2006.01)
Applicants: GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY [US/US]; 1 River Road Schenectady, NY 12345 (US)
Inventors: ROBINSON, Vance, Scott; (US).
LIANG, Yong; (US).
RABER, Thomas, Robert; (US).
DALAKOS, George, Theodore; (US).
WILD, Christoph; (US)
Agent: KACHUR, Pamela, A.; (US).
WINTER, Catherine, J.; (US).
MIDGLEY, Stephen, G.; (US).
GNIBUS, Michael, M.; (US).
DIMAURO, Peter, T.; (US)
Priority Data:
15/487,236 13.04.2017 US
15/199,524 30.06.2016 US
Title (EN) MULTILAYER X-RAY SOURCE TARGET
(FR) CIBLE DE SOURCE DE RAYONS X MULTICOUCHE
Abstract:
(EN)The present disclosure relates to the production and use of a multi-layer X-ray source target. In certain implementations, layers of X-ray generating material may be interleaved with thermally conductive layers. To prevent delamination of the layers, various mechanical, chemical, and structural approaches are related, including approaches for reducing the internal stress associated with the deposited layers and for increasing binding strength between layers.

(FR)La présente invention concerne la production et l’utilisation d’une cible de source de rayons X multicouche. Dans certains modes de réalisation, des couches de matériau générateur de rayons X peuvent être intercalées avec des couches thermiquement conductrices. Pour empêcher le délaminage des couches, diverses approches mécaniques, chimiques et structurelles sont associées, y compris des approches pour réduire la contrainte interne associée aux couches déposées et pour augmenter la force de liaison entre les couches.

A variety of medical diagnostic, laboratory, security screening, and industrial quality control imaging systems, along with certain other types of systems (e.g., radiation-based treatment systems), utilize X-ray tubes as a source of radiation during operation. Typically, the X-ray tube includes a cathode and an anode. An electron beam emitter within the cathode emits a stream of electrons toward an anode that includes a target that is impacted by the electrons.

A large portion of the energy deposited into the target by the electron beam produces heat within the target, with another portion of the energy resulting in the production of X-ray radiation. Indeed, only about 1% of the energy from the electron beam X-ray target interaction is responsible for X-ray generation, with the remaining 99% resulting in heating of the target. The X-ray flux is, therefore, highly dependent upon the amount of energy that can be deposited into the source target by the electron beam within a given period of time. However, the relatively large amount of heat produced during operation, if not mitigated, can damage the X-ray source (e.g., melt the target). Accordingly, conventional X-ray sources are typically cooled by either rotating or actively cooling the target. However, when rotation is the means of avoiding overheating, the amount of deposited heat along with the associated X-ray flux is limited by the rotation speed (RPM), target heat storage capacity, radiation and conduction cooling capability, and the thermal limit of the supporting bearings. Tubes with rotating targets also tend to be larger and heavier than stationary target tubes. When the target is actively cooled, such cooling generally occurs relatively far from the electron beam impact area, which in turn significantly limits the electron beam power that can be applied to the target. In both situations, the restricted heat removal ability of the cooling methods markedly lowers the overall flux of X-rays that are generated by the X-ray tube.

Certain embodiments commensurate in scope with the originally claimed subject matter are summarized below. These embodiments are not intended to limit the scope of the claimed subject matter, but rather these embodiments are intended only to provide a brief summary of possible embodiments. Indeed, the invention may encompass a variety of forms that may be similar to or different from the embodiments set forth below.

In one implementation, an X-ray source is provided. In such an implementation, the X-ray source includes: an emitter configured to emit an electron beam and a target configured to generate X-rays when impacted by the electron beam. The target includes a thermally-conductive substrate; two or more X-ray generating layers, wherein X-ray generating layers are separated by at least one intervening thermally-conductive layer; and one or more interface layers formed between a respective X-ray generating layer and one or both of the first thermally conductive layer or a respective intervening thermally-conductive layer.

Uyiku Numen – Zhejiang Suli Import & Export Co.,Ltd: Christmas tree decorations

Uyiku Numen trademark
Uyiku Numen – Zhejiang Suli Import & Export Co.,Ltd Trademark
Word Mark UYIKU NUMEN
Translations The wording Uyiku numen has no meaning in a foreign language.
Goods and Services IC 028. US 022 023 038 050. G & S: Bowling bags; Carry bags sold filled with children’s toys; Cat toys; Christmas tree decorations; Fishing lure parts; Fishing tackle; Hamster exercise balls; Jump ropes; Pet toys; Pet toys containing catnip; Pet toys made of rope; Plush dolls; Posture correction device, namely, an adjustable harness to correct one’s posture for sports or other physical training purposes; Toy models; Toy for pets; Toys for domestic pets; Yoga blankets; Yoga blocks made of foam, cork, bamboo for use in meditation, yoga, fitness practice; Yoga cushions; Yoga straps for use in meditation, yoga, fitness practice. FIRST USE: 20180501. FIRST USE IN COMMERCE: 20180501
Standard Characters Claimed
Mark Drawing Code (4) STANDARD CHARACTER MARK
Serial Number 87910812
Filing Date May 7, 2018
Current Basis 1A
Original Filing Basis 1A
Owner (APPLICANT) Zhejiang Suli Import&Export Co.,Ltd. limited company (ltd.) CHINA No 10-11 Bldg.9 Meihuxin Village Jiangdong Street Yiwu Zhejiang CHINA 322000
Type of Mark TRADEMARK
Register PRINCIPAL
Other Data The name(s), portrait(s), and/or signature(s) shown in the mark does not identify a particular living individual.
Live/Dead Indicator LIVE

Talisman Franchise Operations, Inc – Rental of lawn care, garden care and landscape gardening equipment

Talisman Franchise Operations

Word Mark TALISMAN RENTALS
Goods and Services IC 044. US 100 101. G & S: Rental of lawn care, garden care and landscape gardening equipment. FIRST USE: 20171001. FIRST USE IN COMMERCE: 20171001
Mark Drawing Code (3) DESIGN PLUS WORDS, LETTERS, AND/OR NUMBERS
Design Search Code 02.01.18 – Farmers (men); Hobos (men); Men, farmers, hobos and other men wearing overalls; Overalls (men wearing)
02.01.28 – Men, prospectors, miners; Miners; Prospectors
02.01.31 – Men, stylized, including men depicted in caricature form
09.05.25 – Batting helmets; Caps, nurses; Caps, swimming; Dunce caps; Football helmets; Helmets, athletic; Helmets, construction; Helmets, military; Helmets, protective; Safety helmets
26.11.21 – Rectangles that are completely or partially shaded
Serial Number 87977581
Filing Date November 13, 2017
Current Basis 1A
Original Filing Basis 1A
Owner (APPLICANT) Talisman Franchise Operations, Inc. CORPORATION DELAWARE 10 Glenlake Parkway, Suite 130 Atlanta GEORGIA 30328
Attorney of Record Clare Smith Long
Disclaimer NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO USE “RENTALS” APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN
Description of Mark The color(s) black and red is/are claimed as a feature of the mark. The mark consists of the caricature of a forward-facing man in the color red, standing with his hands on his hips. The man is wearing overalls, a short-sleeved shirt, shoes, and a construction helmet. The stacked, stylized wording “TALISMAN RENTALS” appears to the right of the caricature, with the word “TALISMAN” in black, positioned above the word “RENTALS”, which appears as the unshaded portion of a red, rectangular carrier. The color white that appears in the drawing represents background and is not claimed as a feature of the mark.
Type of Mark SERVICE MARK
Register PRINCIPAL
Live/Dead Indicator LIVE

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Glassdoor, Inc Trademark Online computer services

glassdoor trademark

Word Mark GLASSDOOR
Goods and Services IC 035. US 100 101 102. G & S: Online computer services, namely, providing a website that offers the exchange of information in the field of employment, careers, employment opportunities, career placement, recruitment, job listings, personal issues related to careers and work life, and job resources; providing an on-line searchable database featuring classified ad listings and employment opportunities; career networking services. FIRST USE: 20100901. FIRST USE IN COMMERCE: 20100901IC 038. US 100 101 104. G & S: Providing online interactive bulletin boards and online forums for transmission of messages among users of global computer and wireless networks concerning employers, careers and work life, job resources, salary information, and compensation and benefits. FIRST USE: 20100901. FIRST USE IN COMMERCE: 20100901

IC 045. US 100 101. G & S: Online social networking services. FIRST USE: 20120200. FIRST USE IN COMMERCE: 20120200

Mark Drawing Code (3) DESIGN PLUS WORDS, LETTERS, AND/OR NUMBERS
Design Search Code 07.07.01 – Doors; Garage doors; Sliding doors
Serial Number 85709280
Filing Date August 21, 2012
Current Basis 1A
Original Filing Basis 1B
Published for Opposition January 22, 2013
Registration Number 4481956
International Registration Number 1152439; 1289349
Registration Date February 11, 2014
Owner (REGISTRANT) Glassdoor, Inc. CORPORATION DELAWARE 100 Shoreline Highway Building A Mill Valley CALIFORNIA 94941
Attorney of Record Kelly Phair McCarthy
Prior Registrations 3588847;3588848;3726025
Description of Mark Color is not claimed as a feature of the mark. The mark consists of a door at an angle with the word “GLASSDOOR” to the right of the door.
Type of Mark SERVICE MARK
Register PRINCIPAL
Live/Dead Indicator LIVE

Rogue G & S Barbells

Rogue

Word Mark ROGUE
Goods and Services IC 028. US 022 023 038 050. G & S: Barbells; Weight lifting equipment, namely, dumb-bells, weight lifting belts, weight lifting bars, weight lifting plates, weight lifting bumpers, weight lifting collars, storage racks for weight lifting bars, storage racks for weight lifting plates, weight lifting sleds, gymnastic rings, straps for gymnastic rings, pullup bars, weight lifting racks, weight lifting benches, plyometric boxes, medicine balls, kettlebells, jump ropes, sit-up devices, weight lifting chalk bowls and stands, weighted vests and vest plates, weight lifting wrist wraps, climbing ropes, conditioning ropes, exercise ropes, wall balls and wall ball targets, sandbags, parallettes, peg boards, weight lifting gloves, workout gloves, gymnastic grips; jump rope and weightlifting belt hangers and racks; stationary bicycles; abdominal mats. FIRST USE: 20071010. FIRST USE IN COMMERCE: 20071010
Standard Characters Claimed
Mark Drawing Code (4) STANDARD CHARACTER MARK
Serial Number 87756243
Filing Date January 16, 2018
Current Basis 1A
Original Filing Basis 1A
Published for Opposition May 8, 2018
International Registration Number 1400641
Owner (APPLICANT) Coulter Ventures, LLC LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY OHIO 545 E 5th Ave. Columbus OHIO 53201
Attorney of Record Amanda L. Swaim
Prior Registrations 3501073;4055351;4056202
Type of Mark TRADEMARK
Register PRINCIPAL
Live/Dead Indicator LIVE

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Tutorial Hard Reset Samsung Galaxy J1 Ace SM J110G

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