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System and method for searching, finding and contacting dates on the Internet in instant messaging networks and/or in other methods that enable immediate finding and creating immediate contact

Computer dating is applied to instant messaging, in a novel, systematic and flexible way. This system and method enable the user to search and find instantly compatible dates in instant messaging networks on the basis of attribute search or 1-way compatibility search or 2-way compatibility search, and to search either for potential dates that are currently Online or also for dates that are currently Offline. Many additional features are described, and especially for example features that are based on improved integration between computer dating and instant messaging. Important features include for example: a. Integration of the dating environment with the contactee list (buddy list). b. Generating a list of compatible dates with different markings for people that are online or offline or a list divided into sub-lists or separate lists according to this. c. Applying a reverse variation by adding Instant messaging features to an Online dating site. d. Automatic instant notification when a new highly compatible date is available, instead of only periodical reports. e. Using a database of systematic pictures to which the users relate in defining their own appearance and the appearance of the desired date. f. Automatic finding of duplicate records. g. Addition of “OR” and/or “IF” relationships between questions instead of only the usual “AND”.

Data access, replication or communication system comprising a distributed software application

The present invention envisages a data access, replication or communications system comprising a software application that is distributed across a terminal-side component running on a terminal and a server-side component; in which the terminal-side component and the server-side component (i) together constitute a client to a server and (ii) collaborate by sending messages using a message queuing system over a network Hence, we split (i.e. distribute) the functionality of an application that serves as the client in a client-server configuration into component parts that run on two or more physical devices that commuunicate with each other over a network connection using a message queuing system, such as message oriented middleware. The component parts collectively act as a client in a larger client-server arrangement, with the server being, for example, a mail server. We call this a ‘Distributed Client’ model. A core advantage of the Distributed Client model is that it allows a terminal, such as mobile device with limited processing capacity, power, and connectivity, to enjoy the functionality of full-featured client access to a server environment using minimum resources on the mobile device by distributing some of the functionality normally associated with the client onto the server side, which is not so resource constrained.

System for Remote Monitoring of Physiological Parameters of an Individual, Method and Computer Program Product Therefor

System for the remote monitoring of physiological parameters of individuals, that includes:
    • a mobile module (11) to detect physiological parameters, that can be associated to an individual, including one or more sensors (24, 25, 32, 33, 34) to detect said physiological parameters and a wireless transceiver module (26) configured at least to transmit data relating to said physiological parameters over a wireless link (14);
    • a base station (12) configured to exchange data and controls over said wireless link (14) with said mobile module (11) to detect physiological parameters;
    • a monitoring centre (13) located remotely and configured to exchange data on at least one communication network (15) with said base station (12).
The mobile module (11) to detect physiological parameters includes a microprocessor control module (30) configured to process the physiological parameters and, in function of the results of said processing of physiological parameters, to command said transmission module (26) to operate between at least two operating conditions including:
    • a first normal operating condition that comprises operating transmission at constant intervals of said data relating to physiological parameters;
    • a second emergency operating condition, commanded by said microprocessor control module (30) should the result of said processing of physiological parameters identify a condition of alarm, comprising a continuous communication phase with said base station (12).

Cellular simultaneous voice and data including digital simultaneous voice and data (DSVD) interwork

A system and method of simultaneously conducting a data transfer and a voice call between a mobile station and a radio telecommunications network having a mobile switching center (MSC) which serves the mobile station. A first embodiment includes a landline digital simultaneous voice and data (DSVD) modem associated with the mobile station which generates DSVD source signal and line negotiation protocols. The DSVD source signal and line negotiation protocols are encapsulated into circuit mode Radio Link Protocol (RLP) signals and transmitted to the MSC. An interworking function (IWF) associated with the MSC translates the circuit mode RLP signals into signals in a landline telecommunications protocol. In another embodiment, the voice call is carried over the air interface from the mobile station to the network in one timeslot, and the data transfer is carried in at least one additional timeslot on the same voice channel. In other embodiments, two voice channels may be allocated to the same mobile station. The voice call to a first party is carried from the mobile station to the network on one voice channel, and the data transfer to the first or a second party is carried on the second voice channel. The MSC hands off the two voice channels together, but releases them individually when either the voice call or the data transfer is completed.

Computer restoration systems and methods

A method restores a client device of a network on major failure of the client device. The client device is incapable of automatically booting on its own. The network includes a server computer. The method includes booting the client device over the network in the restoration operation, configuring the client device according to the boot program and saved configuration states for the client device, and copying files to the client device in accordance with the configuration. The client computer has access to a storage manager application, such as a server computer of the network operating a storage management software program. All client files, including configuration files, as well as application and data files, of the client device are saved on the network by the storage manager application. The client device is booted over the network, rather than locally to the client device by boot disk or otherwise. The boot program is loaded to the client device, and the client device retrieves configuration and file information over the network from the storage manager application. The client device configures its disk according to the configuration information, and then all other files and data of the client device at the time of failure of the client device are saved on the disk substantially in the condition and state just prior to the failure and as most recently backed up to the storage manager application. Alternatively, the client device is reset and booted via a control device either locally or otherwise connected to the client device, and substantially according to the method of the network boot.

Oil-water displacement efficiency experimental method of longitudinal and planar nonhomogeneous slab models

The invention relates to an oil-water displacement efficiency experimental method of longitudinal and planar nonhomogeneous slab models, which comprises an oil-water displacement efficiency experimental method of a longitudinal nonhomogeneous slab model and an oil-water displacement efficiency experimental method of a planar nonhomogeneous slab model. The experimental method mainly comprises the following steps: 1. applying confining pressure to the core holder of a multilayer slab model, then vacuumizing the multilayer slab model with three layers slab model, injecting simulated formation water to saturate cores, and then heating; 2. injecting simulate formation oil in a piston type container into the core holder of the multilayer slab model, and carrying out water-oil displacement to establish bound water saturation level; and 3. injecting simulate formation water in the piston type container into the core holder of the multilayer slab model, and carrying out water-oil displacement to obtain accumulated displacement oil output and wateryield under different water injection multiples, and thereby, the oil displacement efficiency is obtained. The invention not only can carry out displacement experiment research on the longitudinal nonhomogeneous slab model at high temperature and pressure but also can carry out displacement experiment research of different flooding well networks on the planar nonhomogeneous slab model under high temperature and pressure. The highest pressure reached by the experimental method is 25MPa, and the highest temperature reached by the experimental method is 100 DEG C.
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