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An invention is not a thing, 10: Broad patent rights and licensing practices

We have worked through the idea of invention holes–that an invention generally consists of instances, and instances may be evaluated as “easy”–meaning they can be used immediately with little expense–and “difficult”–meaning they require substantial effort to move from reduction to … Continue reading

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