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Professional Records

Medicine Doctors

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Wei Hu

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Specialties:
Psychiatry
Work:
Valley Health HuntingtonPrestera Mental Health Center
3375 Us Rte 60, Huntington, WV 25705
(304) 525-7851 (phone), (304) 525-1504 (fax)

Prestera Center For Mental Health Services
710 Viand St, Point Pleasant, WV 25550
(304) 675-2361 (phone), (304) 675-8086 (fax)
Education:
Medical School
Zhejiang Med Univ, Hangzhou, Zhejiang, China
Graduated: 1998
Procedures:
Psychological and Neuropsychological Tests
Conditions:
Anxiety Phobic Disorders
Bipolar Disorder
Depressive Disorders
Languages:
English
Description:
Dr. Hu graduated from the Zhejiang Med Univ, Hangzhou, Zhejiang, China in 1998. He works in Huntington, WV and 1 other location and specializes in Psychiatry. Dr. Hu is affiliated with Highland Hospital, Mildred Mitchell Bateman Hospital, River Park Hospital and St Marys Medical Center.
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Wei Hu

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Specialties:
Neurology

License Records

Wei Jing Hu

License #:
CC-0005232 - Active
Category:
Accountancy
Issued Date:
Sep 29, 2004
Type:
C.P.A. Certificate

Wei Jing Hu

License #:
CC-0005232 - Active
Category:
Accountancy
Issued Date:
Sep 29, 2004
Type:
C.P.A. Certificate

Resumes

Resumes

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Software Engineer Project Lead At Golden Hour Data Systems

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Position:
Software Engineer Project Lead at Golden Hour Data Systems, Software Engineer at Golden Hour Data Systems
Location:
San Diego, California
Industry:
Information Technology and Services
Work:
Golden Hour Data Systems - San Diego, CA since Mar 2012
Software Engineer Project Lead

Golden Hour Data Systems since Feb 2011
Software Engineer

H&S Photography Feb 2006 - May 2011
Founder, Owner, and Photographer

Around the World Backpacking Trip Mar 2008 - Nov 2010
Independent Traveler

Beach Chinese Feb 2010 - Mar 2010
Technology Consultant
Education:
University of Kansas 2001 - 2005
BS, Computer Engineering
Skills:
XML
Eclipse
HTML
Java
SQL
Interests:
software design, rockclimbing, scuba diving, snowboarding, traveling, hiking, motorcycles, investing, computer graphics, photography, guitar building
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Assistant Professor

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Assistant Professor
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Vice President

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General Noli Usa
Vice President
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Business Records

Name / Title
Company / Classification
Phones & Addresses
Wei Hu
828 Cape Breton Place LLC
1620 Oakland Rd, San Jose, CA 95131
Wei Hu
Marwood Assets Management, LLC
1610 Adolfo Dr, San Jose, CA 95131
Wei Hu
VP Sales
MTONE WIRELESS CORPORATION
Radiotelephone Communication Telephone Communications
1750 Meridan Ave, San Jose, CA 95150
3080 Olcott St, Santa Clara, CA 95054
PO Box 7078, San Jose, CA 95150
5926 Laurel Crk Dr, Pleasanton, CA 94588
(408) 986-1888
Wei Hu
President
HH GROUP, INC
Business Services
20311 Stevens Crk Blvd STE D, Cupertino, CA 95014

Publications

Us Patents

Method And Mechanism For Efficient Implementation Of Ordered Records

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US Patent:
7039773, May 2, 2006
Filed:
Apr 29, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/426471
Inventors:
Wei Ming Hu - Palo Alto CA, US
Juan R. Loaiza - Redwood City CA, US
Roger J. Bamford - Woodside CA, US
Vikram Joshi - Los Gatos CA, US
Arvind Nithrakashyap - San Mateo CA, US
Tudor Bosman - San Francisco CA, US
Vinay Srihari - South San Francisco CA, US
Alok Pareek - Brisbane CA, US
Assignee:
Oracle International Corporation - Redwood Shores CA
International Classification:
G06F 12/00
US Classification:
711158, 711161, 707202, 707203, 714 16, 714 20
Abstract:
An improved method, mechanism, and system for implementing, generating, and maintaining records, such as redo records and redo logs in a database system, are disclosed. Multiple sets of records may be created and combined into a partially ordered (or non-ordered) group of records, which are later collectively ordered or sorted as needed to create an fully ordered set of records. With respect to a database system, redo generation bottleneck is minimized by providing multiple in-memory redo buffers that are available to hold redo records generated by multiple threads of execution. When the in-memory redo buffers are written to a persistent storage medium, no specific ordering needs to be specified with respect to the redo records from the different in-memory redo buffers. While the collective group of records may not be ordered, the written-out redo records may be partially ordered based upon the ordered redo records from within individual in-memory redo buffers. At recovery, ordering and/or merging of redo records may occur to satisfy database consistency requirements.

Retry Technique For Multi-Tier Network Communication Systems

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US Patent:
7337234, Feb 26, 2008
Filed:
Apr 5, 2002
Appl. No.:
10/118203
Inventors:
Wei Hu - Palo Alto CA, US
Juan Loaiza - Redwood City CA, US
Assignee:
Oracle International Corporation - Redwood Shores CA
International Classification:
G06F 15/173
G06F 15/16
G08C 25/02
H04L 12/28
US Classification:
709239, 709227, 709219, 714748, 370218
Abstract:
A system is provided to manage retry communications between a client and a data source. The system includes a plurality of logical components that sequentially combine to form a communication path for a client communication. At least one of the components in the communication path is designated as a retry component. The retry component retries failed client communications for all of the components in the communication path.

Method And System For Diagnostic Preservation Of The State Of A Computer System

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US Patent:
7376864, May 20, 2008
Filed:
Dec 30, 1998
Appl. No.:
09/223660
Inventors:
Wei Ming Hu - Palo Alto CA, US
Juan R. Loaiza - San Carlos CA, US
Assignee:
Oracle International Corporation - Redwood Shores CA
International Classification:
G06F 11/00
US Classification:
714 8, 714 25
Abstract:
A method and system for diagnostic preservation of the state of resources in a computer system after a failure is disclosed. An aspect of the invention is directed to the real-time diagnostic analysis of a computer system after a failure, in which the state of resources needed for the diagnostic analysis are preserved from the time of the failure. The computer system is then accessed by using other resources on the computer system, and the preserved resources are analyzed to debug the failure.

Cross-Platform Transportable Database

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US Patent:
7571173, Aug 4, 2009
Filed:
Oct 15, 2004
Appl. No.:
10/966961
Inventors:
Wanli Yang - San Mateo CA, US
Bipul Sinha - Foster City CA, US
Amit Ganesh - San Jose CA, US
Wei Hu - Palo Alto CA, US
Alok Pareek - Brisbane CA, US
Alexander H. Hwang - Orinda CA, US
Steven Charles Wertheimer - Kentfield CA, US
Francisco M. Sanchez - San Carlos CA, US
Dmitry Mikhailovich Potapov - Emerald Hills CA, US
Juan R. Loaiza - Redwood City CA, US
William H. Bridge - Alameda CA, US
J. William Lee - Redwood Shores CA, US
Assignee:
Oracle International Corporation - Redwood Shores CA
International Classification:
G06F 7/00
US Classification:
707101
Abstract:
A method and apparatus for creating a target database on a target platform based on a source database on a source platform is provided. A target database is created on the target platform based on data, metadata (for example, data in the system tablespace and control files), and external objects (for example, password files and externally stored tables) comprised within the source database. Data and metadata stored in tablespaces of the source database are converted to the format compatible with the target platform. The conversion of the data and metadata may be performed either at the source database or the target database. Redo information and undo information of the source database are not copied from the source database to the target database. Certain files, e. g. , a password files, and links to externally stored object may be recreated on the target database.

Lost Write Detection And Repair

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US Patent:
7627614, Dec 1, 2009
Filed:
Mar 3, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/072111
Inventors:
Wei Ming Hu - Palo Alto CA, US
Mark Dilman - San Mateo CA, US
J. William Lee - Redwood Shores CA, US
Juan R. Loaiza - Redwood City CA, US
Vinay Srihari - South San Francisco CA, US
Assignee:
Oracle International Corporation - Redwood Shores CA
International Classification:
G06F 17/30
US Classification:
707203
Abstract:
Techniques are provided for detecting lost writes so that data corruption can be avoided. According to one technique, lost writes are detected by comparing version numbers that are indicated in redo log entries with version numbers that are indicated in corresponding blocks in a standby database. According to one technique, which may be used in conjunction with the above technique, lost writes are detected by logging read operations that occur relative to a primary database, and comparing version numbers that are indicated in read log entries with version numbers that are indicated in corresponding blocks in a standby database. According to one technique, lost writes are detected by comparing, in response to read operations, (a) version numbers that are stored in a persistent in-memory cache with (b) version numbers that are indicated in corresponding blocks that are read from a primary database.

Method And Mechanism Of Improving System Utilization And Throughput

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US Patent:
7631091, Dec 8, 2009
Filed:
Feb 18, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/060897
Inventors:
Wei Hu - Palo Alto CA, US
Juan Loaiza - Redwood City CA, US
Ramana Yerneni - Cupertino CA, US
Assignee:
Oracle International Corporation - Redwood Shores CA
International Classification:
G06F 15/16
G06F 12/00
US Classification:
709229, 709226
Abstract:
Disclosed are methods, systems, and mediums for improving system utilization and throughput. In some embodiments, application requests received at a primary site are routed to a secondary site for processing when the requests are found to be suitable for processing at the secondary site.

Planarization Method For Media

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US Patent:
8308964, Nov 13, 2012
Filed:
Sep 30, 2010
Appl. No.:
12/895630
Inventors:
Yuan Xu - Santa Clara CA, US
Wei Hu - San Mateo CA, US
Justin Jia-Jen Hwu - Fremont CA, US
Gene Gauzner - San Jose CA, US
Koichi Wago - Sunnyvale CA, US
David Shiao-Min Kuo - Palo Alto CA, US
Assignee:
Seagate Technology LLC - Cupertino CA
International Classification:
B44C 1/22
US Classification:
216 22, 216 38, 438427, 438692
Abstract:
A planarization process may planarize a media disk that has data trenches between data features and larger servo trenches between servo features. A filler material layer is deposited on the media disk and provides step coverage of the trenches. The filler material has data recesses over the data trenches and servo recesses over the servo trenches that must be removed to produce a planar media surface. A first planarization process is used to remove the data recesses and a second planarization process is used to remove the servo recesses.

High-Performance Log-Based Processing

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US Patent:
8438169, May 7, 2013
Filed:
Nov 5, 2004
Appl. No.:
10/982135
Inventors:
Wei Hu - Palo Alto CA, US
Yunrui Li - Fremont CA, US
Vinay Srihari - South San Francisco CA, US
Ramana Yemeni - Cupertino CA, US
Assignee:
Oracle International Corporation - Redwood Shores CA
International Classification:
G06F 17/30
US Classification:
707745
Abstract:
Each of a plurality of Worker processes are allowed to perform any and all of the following tasks involving logged work items: (1) reading a subset of the work items from a log; (2) sequentially ordering work items for corresponding data objects; (3) applying a sequentially ordered set of work items to a corresponding data object; and (4) transmitting a subset of work items to a Worker process running on another database server in a cluster, if necessary. These tasks can be performed concurrently, at will, and as available, by the Worker processes. An improved checkpointing technique eliminates the need for the Worker processes to get to a synchronization point and stop. Instead, a Coordinator process examines the current state of progress of the Worker processes and computes a past point in the sequence of work items at which all work items before that point have been completely processed, and records this point as the checkpoint.

Isbn (Books And Publications)

Dce Security Programming

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Wei Hu

ISBN #

0788165437

Auf Der Suche Nach Der Verlorenen Welt: Die Kulturelle Und Die Poetische Konstruktion Autobiographischer Texte Im Exil ; Am Beispiel Von Stefan Zweig, Heinrich Mann Und Alfred Doblin

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Author

Wei Hu

ISBN #

3631553013

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