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Agreeing with @Maca, if push comes to shove and the date of filing of the provisional is needed to overcome some reference that came out between filing the provisional and the non-provisional, it will looked at for support of the claims with exactly the same criteria as would be applied to looking for adequate support in a non-provisional; Overcoming such a ...


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You need to include enough details to comply with the various requirements for a patent application. For example, in the US, you must provide a written description which enables any person skilled in the art to make and use the invention, and provides the best mode (35 USC § 112). There are of course a number of other requirements, and it would be ...


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If I am understanding your question correctly, you are wanting to put a citation to a publication directly in the language of the claim. In the US, that would likely get a rejection from the US Patent Office for failing to properly and fully describing the invention. If that is what you are truly trying to do, I would suggest defining the algorithm in the ...


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In all offices its allowed that inventor first file all enabling disclosure (what you have) as provisional application (not WIPO) and then come up with an attorney of your choice and file all forms and claims according to ACT. You have a question which is context based. There are two mindsets through which to consider this question: one says disclose what ...


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