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Page 68 of Florida Bar Journal Vol. 70, Issue 11 [page]

1996 Florida Bar Journal  
Computer Software Patents Anything Under the Sun Made by Man A s of March 29,1996, patents on computer programs are considerably easier to ob¬ tain from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.  ...  Not all software is patent:;bie simply because it is stored on magnetic media.  ... 

Page 31 of Journal of Systems Management Vol. 29, Issue 12 [page]

1978 Journal of Systems Management  
Titus, “Pros and Cons of Patenting Computer Pro- grams,” Communications of the ACM, February 1967, 126. 21. Milton R.  ...  Patents could be used to protect truly novel types of software, such as operating systems and data base management systems.  ... 

Page 84 of Florida Bar Journal Vol. 60, Issue 4 [page]

1986 Florida Bar Journal  
He has spoken on computer law, con¬ tracting, and the protection of pro¬ prietary software and intellectual property to various groups through¬ out Florida.  ...  of legal pro¬ tection for proprietary computer software.  ... 

Page 28 of American Sportswear & Knitting Times Vol. 62, Issue 3 [page]

1993 American Sportswear & Knitting Times  
The patent claims that stitch con- struction 34 imparts to the fabric the non-run feature. Courses 36 and 40 contain spandex yarn combined with nylon, which pro- vides a spring effect for the hose.  ...  Description of the Knitting Con- structions: Figure 1 shows a view of the pantyhose covered by this patent.  ... 

Page 19 of Apparel World Vol. 6, Issue 4 [page]

1985 Apparel World  
Horizontal to Curved Plane Compensation TAJIMA’s new software, (patent pending) auto- matically compensates for the proportional dif- ference between a horizontal flat surface and a curved plane.  ...  As a result, our machine pro- vides faster, more accurate, and more flexible pro- duction than our competition.  ... 

40 million open chemical structures from patents: treasure trove? junk yard? or both?

Christopher Southan
2022 Zenodo  
Compared to the literature, the patent corpus has both pros and cons for chemistry data mining The latter include being a) a "Cinderella" source that is difficult to get to grips with, b) massively redundant  ...  Their compound (CID) counts are 21.5, 17.9, 17.7 and 10.7 million, respectively, and together with small sources such as NextMove Software synthetic pathway extractions at 1.8 million, the CNER sources  ...  in the chemistry they extract from nominally the same document corpus These are listed below by substance (SID) counts and the last submission date While grappling with these pros and cons, MDC engages  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6656398 fatcat:dkya6umx6zbt5ex3xujrsv2y74

Page 40 of Journal of Systems Management Vol. 20, Issue 10 [page]

1969 Journal of Systems Management  
A compromise between the advocates of patent pro- tection and those opposing it has been proposed whereby some special form of registration would be made available to the developers of software pack- ages  ...  The traditional position of the Patent Office has been that “mental processes” are not patentable and that programs, in a sense, are an embodiment of the pro- grammer’s thought processes.  ... 

TIM Lecture Series – Intellectual Property Paradigms for Global Business

Gordon Freedman
2012 Technology Innovation Management Review  
The lectures provide a forum to promote the transfer of knowledge from university research to technology company executives and entrepreneurs as well as research and development personnel.  ...  Gordon Freedman Entrepreneur, lawyer, and patent and trademark agent " " www.timreview.ca Table 1 . 1 The pros and cons of IP  ...  In comparing the pros and cons of IP, Freedman emphasized that there is no "one size fits all" solution. In some situations, the cons of IP might outweigh the pros, and vice versa.  ... 
doi:10.22215/timreview638 fatcat:hqqp63p2nvdrthli4spxdi5odi

An analysis of the effect of software intellectual property rights on the performance of software firms in South Korea

Dukrok Suh, Junseok Hwang
2010 Technovation  
According to our empirical results, R&D and software R&D input has a strong positive effect on the production of software copyrights and patents, and large firms exploit software IPRs better than small  ...  In addition, software copyrighting has a positive effect on software revenue and total revenue of firms, but software patenting fails to show a positive effect on software revenue.  ...  Many social studies on software discuss the pros and cons of legal protection means for software and find how to plug the loopholes in these means (Diallo, 2003; Matt and David, 2007) .  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.technovation.2009.08.005 fatcat:4eu3ufjudzcedliq7yp7wvf6xu

Software Libre, Ciencia Libre: explorando algunas enseñanzas que el software libre puede aportar a la ciencia abierta

2022 Informatio  
I first analyse the differences and nuances in the philosophy behind the words free and open, as crystallised in the field of software.  ...  I also try, through its history and the analysis of its ecosystem, to outline the necessary deconstruction of the Intellectual Property paradigm.  ...  e interconectado, se habla del FOSS o FLOSS (free/libre and open source software).  ... 
doi:10.35643/info.27.1.9 fatcat:k536qvm4ojfkxi3g766ghuyzum

An Overview on Pros & Cons of Business Method Patents (BMPs)

Nazura Abdul Manap, Maryam Rafiei
2016 Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences  
This study examines the patentability of business methods by discussing the various pros and cons opinions.  ...  Patents essentially should further the basic economic ends of efficiently allocating resources, and how much business methods have been fostered by this and whether patents on such methods should be accepted  ...  software and business method patents, and that results of studies are consistent in showing up the diversity of opinions on this issue among software industry players.The debate can be divided between  ... 
doi:10.5901/mjss.2016.v7n4p35 fatcat:3nas43nl6zbxjcwn3nkqfmwp4e

Page 13 of The Lawyers Weekly Vol. 13, Issue 9 [page]

1993 The Lawyers Weekly  
The treaty merely simplifies the process of applying for patent pro- tection in several states and reduces the cost.  ...  But by far the most prevalent type of piracy occurs when a com- pany installs one software pro- gram onto several different per- sonal computers.  ... 

Resúmenes/Abstracts

Resúmenes/ Abstracts
2007 La Propiedad Inmaterial  
el objeto de protección, tanto de las patentes de invención, como del derecho de autor, con el  ...  de la patentabilidad de las invenciones implementadas por ordenador. estado actual y nuevas perspectivas Manuel Guerrero Gaitán Palabras clave: Programa de ordenador, software, patente de invención,  ...  Abstract Bearing in mind the latest decisions about the software patents infringement and the possibility of a second round on the Commission of the European Union about the patentable software matter,  ... 
doaj:66036de4eb3d47b188c7cd39045f3bac fatcat:rt5cpodcnfab3myml6m2c5xwci

Page 40 of Florida Bar Journal Vol. 72, Issue 1 [page]

1998 Florida Bar Journal  
to a competent computer programmer ordinarily skilled in the art of writ¬ ing computer software, and therefore would not be patentable.  ...  of legal protection for proprietary com¬ puter software and other innovative technology.  ... 

Page 90 of California Lawyer Vol. 9, Issue 8 [page]

1989 California Lawyer  
(Fritz) Kraetzer (District 3): I want to insure that the new admin- istrative judge pro- gram for hearing discipline matters functions effec- tively, that the State Bar remains in con- trol of discipline  ...  Section, San Francisco Patent and Trade- mark Lawyers Association, American Asso- ciation for the Advancement of Science Society of Law and Medicine. > Edward E.  ... 
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