indefiniteness


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Claims open to multiple constructions are generally invalid for linguistic indefiniteness.
alleged indefiniteness given the absence of practical effect, the
The court declined to resolve the question of experimental use, and remanded the merits panel's appeal addressing the issues of the ready for patenting condition of the on-sale bar, the question of whether the Distribution Agreement triggered the on-sale bar, and the rulings relating to claim construction, obviousness, indefiniteness, and non-infringement.
section] 2-204(3) (2002), where we might consider there is somewhat more flexibility to be found in the statement that an agreement fails for indefiniteness when it does not provide "a reasonably certain basis for giving an appropriate remedy.
section] 112(f), which are invalid for indefiniteness if they "do not detail actual algorithms implementing those functional steps.
One counter argument is that indefiniteness is a virtue.
Oral Argument Seeks More Precision on 'Vague' Patent Indefiniteness Standard, 88 Pat.
Stoeger argues for the Copenhagen interpretation of quantum theory, which points to the objective character of chance, indefiniteness, and probability.
It should be emphasized that when the Croatian jedan or neki determine the modifier of a noun, and not the noun itself, then they most often function as an analytical means of expressing the indefiniteness of the adjective in a definite form (see also Silic 1992-1993: 409).
That very indefiniteness may nevertheless finally be the ultimate virtue of this study: Marlow's provocative argument carves out a justification for expanding the terms by which one approaches this rich material and for resisting imposing upon it those terms relevant to the pre-professional and professional theater.
Several linguistic forms associated with quantification in Spanish are explored in "Interfaces and Domains of Quantification" by Javier Gutierrez-Rexach (Professor of Spanish and Linguistics), from indefiniteness and ellipsis to the quantificational properties of relative clauses and adverbial particles.
It's very clear that if you had a stronger standard for indefiniteness, a significant number of the problems with software patents would go away.
In our experiences, the algorithm handles modest indefiniteness very well, but the quality of the preconditioner deteriorates as the matrix indefiniteness increases.
This followed by the DF in definite and indefiniteness of circumstantial elements (participant typically indirectly linked to process) for truth value of an event.
Similarly, mandating a universal Section 112 standard in the pending ruling in Nautilus would weaken the current debate on indefiniteness.