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Corpus of (non-automatically) translated patents

There are some sources you could use for that corpus: Different members of a same patent family: Sometimes an invention is to be protected in multiple jurisdictions, each of which has particular ...
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I need clarification on how to describe more than one of something

They are very likely to be interpreted as interchangeable, but claim construction is subtle, complex and ever changing. You should think about the other words and the ideas behind your claims besides ...
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Ways to translate and read Chinese patent in English

You may try using a patent database provided by Chinese vendoer named incoPat. incoPat not only provides English interface but translates Chinese patents' biblio data and full-text into English. ...
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What's wrong with using "claim language" in the description?

The first principle is to not use language that might have some legal connotation that you do not fully understand. Regarding your specific examples I would say that there is a danger of a court ...
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What does "according to some aspects of the present disclosure" really mean?

The second phrase is ok - the potential problem is in the use of the word “invention”. If used at all it must be done very carefully. I know the quote says disclosure not invention but the idea is the ...
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Use of the term plurality

This is common patent language where a dependent claim further limits the claim(s) on which it is dependent (independent claim 1 in this case). Claim 1 states there are one or more drone vehicles. The ...
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Use of the term plurality

Does this mean: There could be many drone vehicles within each drone vehicle? When referring to one drone vehicle this could include many drone vehicles? I have gone through the specifications, ...
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Patent the Code, Software or both?

You don't patent the code or the software, you patent the methodology. I think what you are describing is a novel algorithm applied to solving a specific problem. You can patent those (at least you ...
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