Masato Igarashi 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).
Abstract: A design evaluation system includes a static analyzer sampling functions and variables related to the functions from a source code, a compiler compiling the source code into an executable code, a dynamic analyzer sampling each life start time and each life end time of the variables in case where the executable code is executed, and a memory load calculator calculating each memory load of the variables by multiplying each life time of the variables by each size of the variables, the life time being difference between the life start time and the life end time.
Abstract: A method for manufacturing a strained silicon wafer, having steps of a first step of preparing a single crystal silicon substrate, a second step of forming a graded SiGe layer on the substrate, the graded SiGe layer having a first Ge composition ratio increased stepwisely from 5 to 60% at atomic ratio, a third step of forming a SiGe constant composition layer on the graded SiGe layer, the SiGe constant composition layer having a Ge composition ratio substantially equal to the Ge composition ratio on a surface of the-graded SiGe layer and a fourth step of forming a strained Si layer on the SiGe constant composition layer. The second through fourth steps are performed under the reduced pressure atmosphere while the single crystal silicon substrate is rotated in a circumferential direction at a rate from 300 rpm to 1500 rpm.
January 21, 2005
August 4, 2005
Hisatsugu Kurita, Masato Igarashi, Takeshi Senda, Koji Izunome
Abstract: A manufacturing method for a silicon substrate having a strained layer, has steps of forming a plurality of atomic steps having a height of 0.1 nm or more on the surface of a silicon substrate, forming a plurality of terraces having a width of 0.1 &mgr;m or more between the plurality of atomic steps and forming a SiGe layer or a SiGe layer and a Si layer on the silicon substrate.
May 18, 2004
November 25, 2004
TOSHIBA CERAMICS CO., LTD.
Hisatsugu Kurita, Masato Igarashi, Takeshi Senda, Koji Izunome
Abstract: Averilog-HDL source at the register-transfer level (RTL) is converted into a programming language executable on computer. Constructed in an analyzing of elements is a data structure corresponding to the elements of the verilog-HDL source. Created in an analyzing of a data-flow are a first data flow from a state register and a second flow from data-path register. Reconstructed in a reconstructing of a control-structure is the first data flow. Reconstructed in a reconstructing of a data-path is the second data flow so that the reconstructed second data is constituted only by circuitry operating in each state of the control structure. Each reconstructed data flow is mapped in each state of the control structure in a combining of the control-structure/data-flow, to output an behavior-level intermediate language. The intermediate language is converted into a programming language in a generating of an object-code.
Abstract: According to the present invention, it is possible to easily execute a performance simulation of a system in which a real-time OS is installed. In a performance simulation apparatus for executing a performance simulation of a system, in which a real-time OS is installed, by the use of a software simulation model 2 having a real-time OS model 3 and an application model 4 having at least one task, the real-time OS model 3 has a plurality of components each including at least one function selecting item for specifying the function. The performance simulation apparatus also has a selector 6 configured to select at least part of the function selecting items to specify the functions of the real-time OS model.
Abstract: An image recording method for forming an image on a recording material includes the steps of (a) applying to a recording material a colorless or light colored image recording acceleration liquid containing a compound which is capable of making insoluble a coloring agent contained in a recording liquid which comprises the coloring agent and a solvent for dispersing or dissolving the coloring agent, and (b) depositing the recording liquid imagewise on the recording material by ejecting the recording liquid in the form of droplets onto the recording material, the image recording acceleration liquid further containing at least one of surfactants represented by any of formulae (1) to (5) as specified in the specification, and an image formation apparatus for carrying out the above image formation method is provided.
Abstract: An electrophotographic toner including a colorant and a binder resin including at least a styrene resin, wherein the toner further includes one or more styrene oligomers in an amount not greater than 100 ppm. An electrophotographic image forming method is also disclosed in which an electrostatic latent image formed on an image bearing member is developed with the toner.
Abstract: An aqueous ink composition contains a colorant and a humectant, and has a surface tension &ggr; of less than 50 mN/m when measured by a maximum bubble pressure method at 25° C., with a bubble frequency &ngr; of the aqueous ink composition being set at less than 1 Hz, and a surface tension &ggr; of more than 40 mN/m when measured by the maximum bubble pressure method at 25° C., with the bubble frequency &ngr; of the aqueous ink composition being set at more than 5 Hz. In addition, an ink-jet printing method for forming ink images on an image-receiving medium has the step of ejecting the above-mentioned aqueous ink composition in the form of droplets according to the recording signals at a recording frequency of 8 kHz or more.
Abstract: The debug assisting apparatus comprises a task information recording device to record the execution information of task A, task B, and task C executed by the OS 1 in multitask processing, an object execution information recording device to record the information of the objects operated by the tasks, an information merging device both to chronologically merge the recorded object execution information and execution information of task A, task B, and task C and to store such information as the program operation history in a history storing device, and an output data generating device to generate the output data showing the execution progress of task A, task B, and task C and the operation of the objects in association according to the operation history table in the history storing device and output such data to the input/output device (monitor).
Abstract: A set of color ink compositions for ink-jet printing includes yellow, magenta and cyan ink composition, each of which having water, a water-soluble coloring agent, a wetting agent, a surfactant and an antiseptic and mildewproofing agent, and the yellow ink composition has the lightness index L* of 95.+-.5 and the chromaticness indices a* and b* of respectively -6.+-.5 and 23 .+-.12, the magenta ink composition has the lightness index L* of 75.+-.5 and the chromaticness indices a* and b* of respectively 55.+-.25 and -28.+-.10, and the cyan ink composition has the lightness index L* of 87.+-.5 and the chromaticness indices a* and b* of respectively -35.+-.10 and -19.+-.8.
Abstract: An image recording method for forming an image on a recording material, using a recording liquid which contains a coloring agent and a solvent in which the coloring agent is dispersed or dissolved, includes the steps of applying to a recording material a colorless or light colored image recording acceleration liquid containing a surfactant and a viscosity-increasing compound capable of increasing the viscosity of the recording liquid, and depositing the recording liquid imagewise on the recording material by ejecting the recording liquid in the form of droplets onto the recording material, and an image recording apparatus for carrying out the above image recording method is provided.
Abstract: An aqueous ink composition contains a colorant and a humectant, and has a surface tension .gamma. of less than 50 mN/m when measured by a maximum bubble pressure method at 25.degree. C., with a bubble frequency .nu. of the aqueous ink composition being set at less than 1 Hz, and a surface tension .gamma. of more than 40 mN/m when measured by the maximum bubble pressure method at 25.degree. C., with the bubble frequency .nu. of the aqueous ink composition being set at more than 5 Hz. In addition, an ink-jet printing method for forming ink images on an image-receiving medium has the step of ejecting the above-mentioned aqueous ink composition in the form of droplets according to the recording signals at a recording frequency of 8 kHz or more.
Abstract: A recording ink composition contains a colorant which is soluble or dispersible in water and includes at least one phthalocyanine compound of formula (1) which may have a halogen atom as a substituent and at least one of phthalocyanine compounds of formulas (2) and (3); a dispersant which includes at least one polymeric compound having a hydrophilic moiety and a hydrophobic moiety, and/or at least one surfactant having an alkyl group having 5 or more carbon atoms; water; and a humectant. In addition, images with a resolution of 10 dots/mm.times.10 dots/mm or more can be recorded on an image receiving medium by ejecting the above-mentioned recording ink composition in the form of droplets by the application of thermal or mechanical energy thereto onto an image receiving medium with a Stockigt size degree of 3 seconds or more, with the recording ink composition being deposited in an amount of 20 pl/mm.sup.2 to 200 pl/mm.sup.2 on the image receiving medium.
Abstract: A recording ink composition includes a colorant comprising a pigment which is soluble or dispersible in water, and a polymeric dye having a weight average molecular weight in a range of 5,000 to 15,000, a dispersant including at least one dispersant component selected from the group consisting of at least one polymeric compound having a hydrophilic moiety and a hydrophobic moiety, and/or at least one surfactant having an alkyl group having 5 or more carbon atoms, water, and a water-soluble organic solvent, and a method of recording images on an image receiving medium is performed, using the recording ink composition.
Abstract: A debugger which helps a user perform object-based debugging. A class information generation section (8) generates class information based on the source code. The execution section (12) executes the program. The object information generation section (13) generates object information based on class information and execution information. The user sets a breakpoint in a desired object via the breakpoint setting section (16). A breakpoint may be set at a desired location in the object. The break processing section (18) detects a breakpoint and breaks the execution of the program. The reservation section (21) reserves a debug operation with the identifier of an object. When there is an object that can be referenced by the reserved identifier, the reservation execution section (22) executes the operation reserved for the object.
Abstract: A recording material including paper containing cellulose fibers as the main component, with the elongation percentage of the paper in the cross direction thereof when immersed in water at 20.degree. C. for 1 minute being 1.8 % or less, is produced and recycled. In addition, paper containing cellulose fibers, with the same elongation percentage as mentioned above in the machine direction thereof is also provided.
Abstract: A method of recycling a support material for supporting images thereon, at least part of the support material including a paper layer which contains cellulose fibers as the main component and bears thereon hydrophobic images having a coloring agent and a heat softening or thermofusible material, includes the steps of causing the support material to hold a water-containing image peeling liquid thereon; bringing an image peeling member into contact with the hydrophobic images while the image peeling liquid is held on the support material; and peeling the hydrophobic images off the paper layer, with the image peeling liquid being held in an amount of 1.0 g or more per A4-size paper layer, or with the rate of the penetration of the image peeling liquid into the paper layer of the support material being set at 12 ml/m.sup.2 or more for a contact time of 0.
Abstract: A method of recycling a copy sheet carrying a hydrophobic image thereon by impregnating the sheet with a water-containing separating liquid, causing the to image contact an image separating member, and heating the sheet for thereby transferring the image to the image separating member. The image separating member has a critical surface tension of 25 mN/m or above.
December 9, 1994
Date of Patent:
July 30, 1996
Ricoh Company, Ltd.
Masato Igarashi, Toshiyuki Kawanishi, Eiichi Kawamura, Narihito Kojima
Abstract: An apparatus capable of surely removing a toner or similar image forming substance stably cohered to a sheet, and an apparatus for processing a sheet are disclosed. A liquid supply unit uniformly supplies a liquid to a toner carried on the sheet. The sheet infiltrated with the liquid is heated by a toner removing unit to have to the toner thereof softened. As a result, the toner adheres to the surface of an offset member implemented as a belt or a drum. The sheet containing the liquid therein is conveyed to the toner removing unit without creasing, breaking or folding.
Abstract: A transfer-type electrothermographic recording method comprising the steps of uniformly charging an electrothermographic recording layer which exhibits chargeability A at room temperature and chargeability B above room temperature, where the chargeabilities A and B are in the relationship of A>B.gtoreq.0, forming a latent electrostatic image by applying digital thermal signals which correspond to an original image, developing the latent electrostatic image with a toner of which polarity is the same as or opposite to the polarity of the electric charge of the latent electrostatic image to form a toner image, transferring the toner image to a receiving medium, and fixing the toner image transferred on the receiving medium; and a recording medium for use with the transfer-type electrothermographic recording method, comprising the above electrothermographic recording layer.