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Accelerating the patent reading time

How and Why:

3 individual reading windows are provided.

Read the claims in the first reading window

Together with referring to drawings in connection to the element noun in claims

Together with referring to the detail description in connection to the element noun in claims.

Enhancing the accuracy for patent reading

How and Why:

Claims are with structural form

More systematical way

Nothing missed but more reader-friendly format

More comfortable

Simplifying the reading processes with the 3-windows reading interface

Quick cross-reference for all detail. Now you know why!

Why it’s so important to review a patent with an artificial intelligent construction?

Merit of Artificial Intelligent Construction

  1. Meaning explanation:
  2. Quick comparison
  3. Less misunderstanding
  4. Quick cross reference
  5. Nothing miss

How to obtain:

  1. Symbol usage
  2. Line feeding
  3. Reference numeral insertion

What is the basic structure of claim structure?

  1. Subordinating relationship
  2. Matching relationship
  3. Step representation

 

The key to understand a patent

=>Knowing the meaning of “and”

Comparing Your Original Claim With ExPER

 

(Original Claim Format)

a determiner for determining the node transmission point in time based on the data packet received and for determining a time deviation of the timer of the node based on a time deviation between the determined node transmission point in time and a set node transmission point in time associated to the node;

 

(Our Format)

a determiner

~for determining the node transmission point

~in time

~based on the data packet

~received and for determining a time deviation of the timer of the node

~based on a time deviation

<~between the determined node transmission point

~in time and

<~a set node transmission point

~in time

~associated to the node;

 

(Explanation)

Our A.I. technology of A.I. arranges the claim format with the indication of its meaning.  For example, we could found a matching relationship for:

<~between the determined node transmission point

~in time and

<~a set node transmission point

~in time

~associated to the node;

It thus could be found that (1) the determined node transmission point and (2) a set node transmission point are with matching relationship and is marked in the same indent position with “<” mark in their head.

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