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Is a mathematical method an embodiment, or a ramification?
I am applying for a patent on a method to allocate transportation resources (e.g. trucks) among loads. Central to the patent is a (very simple) mathematical formula, into which I plug some variables ...
Sep 29 '13 at 21:38
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