Patents by Inventor Eisuke Arai

Eisuke Arai has filed for patents to protect the following inventions. This listing includes patent applications that are pending as well as patents that have already been granted by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).

  • Patent number: 10795750
    Abstract: Some embodiments of the invention provide a novel architecture for debugging devices. This architecture includes numerous devices that without user intervention automatically detect and report bug events to a set of servers that aggregate and process the bug events. When a device detects a potential bug event, the device in some embodiments generates a description of the potential bug event, and sends the generated description to the server set through a network. In addition to generating such a description, the device in some embodiments directs one or more of its modules to gather and store a collection of one or more data sets that are relevant to the potential bug event, in case the event has to be further analyzed by the server set. In the discussion below, the generated bug-event description is referred to as the event signature, while the gathered collection of data sets for an event is referred to as the event's data archive.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: July 12, 2017
    Date of Patent: October 6, 2020
    Assignee: Apple Inc.
    Inventors: Henri S. Berger, Eisuke Arai, Amit K. Vyas, David S. Choi, Franco Travostino, Abhinav Pathak, Daniel Lertpratchya, Albert Liu, Anand Ramadurai, Olivier Mardinian, Vividh Siddha
  • Patent number: 10621026
    Abstract: Some embodiments of the invention provide a novel architecture for debugging devices. This architecture includes numerous devices that without user intervention automatically detect and report bug events to a set of servers that aggregate and process the bug events. When a device detects a potential bug event, the device in some embodiments generates a description of the potential bug event, and sends the generated description to the server set through a network. In addition to generating such a description, the device in some embodiments directs one or more of its modules to gather and store a collection of one or more data sets that are relevant to the potential bug event, in case the event has to be further analyzed by the server set. In the discussion below, the generated bug-event description is referred to as the event signature, while the gathered collection of data sets for an event is referred to as the event's data archive.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: July 12, 2017
    Date of Patent: April 14, 2020
    Assignee: APPLE INC.
    Inventors: Henri S. Berger, Eisuke Arai, Amit K. Vyas, David S. Choi, Franco Travostino, Abhinav Pathak, Daniel Lertpratchya, Albert Liu, Anand Ramadurai, Olivier Mardinian, Vividh Siddha
  • Publication number: 20180349219
    Abstract: Some embodiments of the invention provide a novel architecture for debugging devices. This architecture includes numerous devices that without user intervention automatically detect and report bug events to a set of servers that aggregate and process the bug events. When a device detects a potential bug event, the device in some embodiments generates a description of the potential bug event, and sends the generated description to the server set through a network. In addition to generating such a description, the device in some embodiments directs one or more of its modules to gather and store a collection of one or more data sets that are relevant to the potential bug event, in case the event has to be further analyzed by the server set. In the discussion below, the generated bug-event description is referred to as the event signature, while the gathered collection of data sets for an event is referred to as the event's data archive.
    Type: Application
    Filed: July 12, 2017
    Publication date: December 6, 2018
    Inventors: Henri S. Berger, Eisuke Arai, Amit K. Vyas, David S. Choi, Franco Travostino, Abhinav Pathak, Daniel Lertpratchya, Albert Liu, Anand Ramadurai, Olivier Mardinian, Vividh Siddha
  • Publication number: 20180349218
    Abstract: Some embodiments of the invention provide a novel architecture for debugging devices. This architecture includes numerous devices that without user intervention automatically detect and report bug events to a set of servers that aggregate and process the bug events. When a device detects a potential bug event, the device in some embodiments generates a description of the potential bug event, and sends the generated description to the server set through a network. In addition to generating such a description, the device in some embodiments directs one or more of its modules to gather and store a collection of one or more data sets that are relevant to the potential bug event, in case the event has to be further analyzed by the server set. In the discussion below, the generated bug-event description is referred to as the event signature, while the gathered collection of data sets for an event is referred to as the event's data archive.
    Type: Application
    Filed: July 12, 2017
    Publication date: December 6, 2018
    Inventors: Henri S. Berger, Eisuke Arai, Amit K. Vyas, David S. Choi, Franco Travostino, Abhinav Pathak, Daniel Lertpratchya, Albert Liu, Anand Ramadurai, Olivier Mardinian, Vividh Siddha
  • Patent number: 9978198
    Abstract: A change machine management apparatus includes an interface to a change machine that discharges money based on discharge data received through the interface, a display unit, and a processor programmed to create a screen display on the display unit including first, second, and third areas, each displaying a number of bills and coins for each denomination, and control the display unit to display in the first area, the number of bills and coins stored in the storage unit for each denomination, display in the second area, the number of bills and coins to be stored as a change reserve amount in the storage unit for each denomination, and display in the third area, the number of bills and coins for each denomination according to a difference between the number of bills and coins displayed in the first area and the number of bills and coins displayed in the second area.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: July 11, 2017
    Date of Patent: May 22, 2018
    Assignee: TOSHIBA TEC KABUSHIKI KAISHA
    Inventor: Eisuke Arai
  • Publication number: 20180033229
    Abstract: A change machine management apparatus includes an interface to a change machine that discharges money based on discharge data received through the interface, a display unit, and a processor programmed to create a screen display on the display unit including first, second, and third areas, each displaying a number of bills and coins for each denomination, and control the display unit to display in the first area, the number of bills and coins stored in the storage unit for each denomination, display in the second area, the number of bills and coins to be stored as a change reserve amount in the storage unit for each denomination, and display in the third area, the number of bills and coins for each denomination according to a difference between the number of bills and coins displayed in the first area and the number of bills and coins displayed in the second area.
    Type: Application
    Filed: July 11, 2017
    Publication date: February 1, 2018
    Inventor: Eisuke ARAI
  • Patent number: 5810396
    Abstract: An abstract pattern plate-making system removes an undesired pattern from an endless pattern in the process for making a plate for printing abstract patterns on architectural materials. For this purpose, it has a scramble processing part 10 and a pixel copy processing part 11.The scramble processing part 10 divides endless pattern data into blocks and repeats processing in which pattern data in two blocks selected at random from among the divided blocks are combined together by a composition technique using mask data having a predetermined pattern, thereby removing an undesired pattern. The mask pattern size may be either smaller or larger than the block size. The mask pattern may be a multi-valued pattern. Further, when the endless pattern is divided into blocks, the blocks may be allotted so as to be a little offset from the endless pattern.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: October 2, 1992
    Date of Patent: September 22, 1998
    Assignee: Dai Nippon Printing Co., Ltd.
    Inventors: Michio Kurata, Toshio Modegi, Hideki Murota, Eisuke Arai
  • Patent number: 5734741
    Abstract: A method and system for making a baby-plate for use in printing abstract patterns on architectural materials wherein glitches are easily confirmed and removed. A unit material is read by an input scanner (1) and the image digitized into pixels of given density. The image data of the unit material is dissolve-composited repetitively M times vertically (M being a positive integer) and N times horizontally (N being a positive integer) in an endless processor (9) to construct pattern data of given size. Some pixels are culled from the pattern data by a glitch-checking processor (10) for creating reduced pattern data for display on the screen of a monitor (14) for determining the presence of an undesired pattern, i.e., a glitch, by viewing the screen of monitor (14). If there is a glitch, then the glitch is removed by a glitch removal processor (11).
    Type: Grant
    Filed: July 22, 1994
    Date of Patent: March 31, 1998
    Assignee: Dai Nippon Printing Co., Ltd.
    Inventors: Michio Kurata, Toshio Modegi, Hideki Murota, Eisuke Arai
  • Patent number: 5367613
    Abstract: An abstract pattern plate making system comprising a grain pattern generator for generating grain patterns free of unintended repetitive patterns. When an image size, a grain count, maximum displacement amounts and a grain shape are input, the grain pattern generator generates the basic addresses of the designated number of grains in such a manner that the grains occur at equal and uniform intervals in the designated image size and that the number of grains per unit area remains constant. The address of each grain is then displaced relative to its basic address with the designated maximum amounts of displacement. The designated grain shape is assigned to each of the displaced addresses so as to generate a grain pattern. If the address of any grain protrudes out of the designated image size, the grain pattern generator transfers the protruding pixel to a location opposite to the protruding side so as to keep the grain within the designated size.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: April 18, 1994
    Date of Patent: November 22, 1994
    Assignee: Dai Nippon Printing Co., Ltd.
    Inventors: Michio Kurata, Toshio Modegi, Eisuke Arai
  • Patent number: 4538167
    Abstract: The semiconductor device relates to a shorted junction type programmable read only memory semiconductor device. The memory consists of a semiconductor region including a PN junction or a Schottky junction and a control electrode coupled to the junction. The junction is destroyed or shorted by causing a field or carrier injection effect in the semiconductor region with a voltage impressed on the control electrode.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: September 8, 1981
    Date of Patent: August 27, 1985
    Assignee: Nippon Telegraph & Telephone Public Corporation
    Inventors: Hideo Yoshino, Eisuke Arai, Kazuhide Kiuchi
  • Patent number: 4310370
    Abstract: A process for producing decorative articles having patterns of surface concavities and convexities (unevennesses) comprises the steps of:(1) placing into mutual contact and laminating a hardenable decorative material layer and an expansion-contraction deformable sheet provided with regions susceptible to expansion-contraction deformation and regions not susceptible to said deformation;(2) causing the deformable sheet to undergo said deformation under pressure thereby to impart a pattern of unevennesses to the decorative material layer in contact with the sheet; and(3) causing the hardenable decorative material layer to fully harden.The sheet deformed under pressure imparts a unique pattern of surface unevennesses corresponding to the two kinds of regions to the decorative material layer. Decorative articles thus obtained can be applied to a wide variety of uses as materials for decorating architectural exteriors and interiors and as decorative boards.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: October 3, 1979
    Date of Patent: January 12, 1982
    Assignee: Dai Nippon Insatsu Kabushiki Kaisha
    Inventors: Eisuke Arai, Fumio Takagi, Yasuaki Ishii, Kuniaki Kamei
  • Patent number: 4269650
    Abstract: A printing pattern support sheet made up of a film soluble in water and a pattern pre-printed on one surface of the film is prepared beforehand. The pattern is activated, immediately before being used for transfer printing, into a tacky or adherent condition ready for printing by applying a solvent thereto. The sheet with the pattern thus activated is fed onto the free surface of a mass of water, whereby the film supporting the pattern is dissolved in the water to leave the pattern floating on the surface of the water. An article on the surface of which the pattern is to be printed is then forced against the floating pattern into the water, whereby the pattern is transferred and adheres to the article. To apply the solvent to the pattern, a gravure printing plate cylinder can be used.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: April 23, 1980
    Date of Patent: May 26, 1981
    Assignee: Dai Nippon Insatsu K.K.
    Inventors: Eisuke Arai, Kuniaki Kamei, Akio Kawasaki, Fumio Takagi, Koichi Shirai, Yasuharu Orihara
  • Patent number: 4229239
    Abstract: A printing pattern support sheet made up of a film soluble in water and a pattern pre-printed on one surface of the film is prepared beforehand. The pattern is activated, immediately before being used for transfer printing, into a tacky or adherent condition ready for printing by applying a solvent thereto. The sheet with the pattern thus activated is fed onto the free surface of a mass of water, whereby the film supporting the pattern is dissolved in the water to leave the pattern floating on the surface of the water. An article on the surface of which the pattern is to be printed is then forced against the floating pattern into the water, whereby the pattern is transferred and adheres to the article. To apply the solvent to the pattern, a gravure printing plate cylinder can be used.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: July 17, 1978
    Date of Patent: October 21, 1980
    Assignee: Dai Nippon Insatsu Kabushiki Kaisha
    Inventors: Eisuke Arai, Kuniaki Kamei, Akio Kawasaki, Fumio Takagi, Koichi Shirai, Yasuharu Orihara
  • Patent number: 4196033
    Abstract: A process for producing decorative sheets which comprises: forming a pattern on a paper for decorative use with an ink containing a vehicle resin; causing the vehicle resin in the pattern to harden on the paper; impregnating the entire paper for decorative use including the pattern with a thermosetting resin to form an impregnated paper wherein a film of still uncured thermosetting resin is formed over the pattern; assembling a laminated structure by so superposing the impregnated paper on a base material that the surface of the paper bearing the pattern will become the outer surface and further placing a planar shaping member on the paper; subjecting the laminated structure to heating and pressing thereby to cause the thermosetting resin at parts other than the pattern to cure, leaving the thermosetting resin on the pattern in still uncured state; and peeling off the planar shaping member, under heat and after the termination of the pressing, thereby to form concavities on and coincident with the pattern in
    Type: Grant
    Filed: March 6, 1978
    Date of Patent: April 1, 1980
    Assignee: Dai Nippon Insatsu Kabushiki Kaisha
    Inventors: Eisuke Arai, Kuniaki Kamei, Kinji Matushima, Matsuo Hirakawa