Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P.
|Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20150251411||PRINTING SYSTEM CONTROL - A method and system of controlling at least one printbar in a printing system are described. The printing system has one or more of printbars (||09-10-2015|
|20150250064||SUPPORT ASSEMBLY FOR A DEVICE - A support assembly has a base that is pivotable with respect to an arm. A rotatable cam is provided that has a non-circular profile. A biasing assembly is linked to the cam.||09-03-2015|
|20150243247||DISPLAYING VISUAL ANALYTICS OF ENTITY DATA - According to an example, in a method for displaying visual analytics of entity data, geographic locations of entities may be plotted as first pixel cells on a first region and as second pixel cells on a second region of a geographic map. A determination may be made that the first pixel cells have a higher degree of overlap with each other in the first region compared to the second pixel cells in the second region. The geographic map may be distorted to enlarge the first region and the first pixel cells may be arranged in the first region in a manner that prevents the first pixel cells from overlapping each other. A color value for each of the pixel cells may be determined from a multi-paired color map that represents two variables corresponding to the entities by color and the pixel cells may be caused to be displayed on the distorted geographic map according to the determined respective color values.||08-27-2015|
|20150243058||PIXEL-BASED VISUALIZATIONS OF TIME SERIES DATA USING HELICES - Example embodiments relate to providing pixel-based visualizations of time series data using nested helices. In example embodiments, helix portions in the time series data may be identified according to a measured time interval, where each of the helix portions represents the measured time interval in the time series data. A helical time period may then be determined and used as a helical revolution in a helical pixel representation. At this stage, the helical pixel representation may be generated using the helix portions, where proximate helix portions along a common line parallel to an axis of the helical pixel representation are chronologically separated by the helical time period.||08-27-2015|
|20150241355||APPARATUS FOR PERFORMING SPECTROSCOPY HAVING A PARABOLIC REFLECTOR AND SERS ELEMENTS - According to an example, an apparatus for performing spectroscopy includes a parabolic reflector and a plurality of surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy (SERS) elements spaced from the parabolic reflector and positioned substantially at a focal point of the parabolic reflector. The parabolic reflector is to reflect Raman scattered light emitted from molecules in a near field generated by the plurality of SERS elements to substantially increase the flux of the Raman scattered light emitted out of the apparatus.||08-27-2015|
|20150239265||PRINTER PAPER TRAY - A printer paper tray comprising a paper tray bezel, and a paper tray cassette coupled to the paper tray bezel, in which the paper tray bezel moves in the x and y direction independent of the paper tray cassette. A printer comprising a paper tray comprising a bezel coupled to a cassette in which the bezel moves independent of the cassette and is biased towards the cassette in the x direction. A bezel mounting system comprising a number of biasing members to bias a printer tray bezel towards a printer tray cassette in the x-direction, and a number of biasing pads to bias the bezel in a substantially centered position with respect to the cassette.||08-27-2015|
|20150239242||PRINT HEAD DIE - Various configurations of print head die are described. In an example, a first print head die has first print structures disposed along a major dimension thereof perpendicular to the media path, the first print structures including a leading print structure with respect to the media path. A second print head die independent of the first print head die has second print structures disposed along a major dimension thereof perpendicular to the media path, the second print head die being staggered with respect to the first print head die along the media path, the second print structures including a leading print structure with respect to the media path. A portion of the second print structures overlap a portion of the first print structures by an extent between a minimum value and a linear function of a separation between the respective leading print structures of the first and second print head dies.||08-27-2015|
|20150239237||PRINT HEAD DIE WITH THERMAL CONTROL - A print head die with thermal control is described. In an example, a print head die includes a substrate having liquid feed slots formed therein extending along a major dimension of the substrate and nozzles extending along opposite sides of each of the liquid feed slots; a temperature sensor formed on the substrate adjacent to a first one of the liquid feed slots; and electrical interconnect formed on the substrate along the major dimension adjacent to a last one of the liquid feed slots farthest from the first liquid feed slot.||08-27-2015|
Patent applications by Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P.