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Patent Law For Computer Scientists (Cód: 7050405)

Daniel Closa; Alex Gardiner; Falk Giemsa

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Patent laws are different in many countries, and inventors are sometimes at a loss to understand which basic requirements should be satisfied if an invention is to be granted a patent. This is particularly true for
inventions implemented on a computer. While roughly a third of all applications (and granted patents) relate, in one way or another, to a computer, applications where the innovation mainly resides in software or in a business
method are treated differently by the major patent offices in the US (USPTO), Japan (JPO), and Europe (EPO). The authors start with a thorough introduction into patent laws and practices, as well as in related intellectual
property rights, which also explains the procedures at the USPTO, JPO and EPO and, in particular, the peculiarities in the treatment of applications centering on software or computers. Based on this theoretical description,
next they present in a very structured way a huge set of case studies from different areas like business methods, databases, graphical user interfaces, digital rights management, and many more. Each set starts with a rather
short description and claim of the 'invention', then explains the arguments a legal examiner will probably have, and eventually refines the description step by step, until all the reservations are resolved. All of these case
studies are based on real-world examples, and will thus give an inexperienced developer an idea about the required level of detail and description he will have to provide. Together, Closa, Gardiner, Giemsa and Machek have
more than 70 years experience in the patent business. With their academic background in physics, electronic engineering, and computer science, they know about both the legal and the subject-based subtleties of computer-based
inventions. With this book, they provide a guide to a patent examiner's way of thinking in a clear and systematic manner, helping to prepare the first steps towards a successful patent application.

Características

Peso 0.45 Kg
Produto sob encomenda Sim
Marca SPRINGER VERLAG POD
I.S.B.N. 9783642050770
Referência 9783642050770
Altura 23.40 cm
Largura 15.60 cm
Profundidade 1.27 cm
Número de Páginas 212
Idioma Inglês
Cód. Barras 9783642050770
Ano da edição 2010
AutorDaniel Closa; Alex Gardiner; Falk Giemsa