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Interpretation of apparatus having specific logic

The claims to devices (a multiprocessor) can be infringed by making selling offering for sale importing or using such a piece of hardware. The closest you could get to infringing would be using one. ...
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Interpretation of apparatus having specific logic

This is really not my field. That said, I think I'm safe saying you won't be sued by Intel if you run any program you want on your PC even if you aren't using an Intel processor. The patent seems to ...
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Independent and dependent claims relation

In theory, you do not infringe a patent based on the scope of a dependent claim if you do not infringe the patent based on the scope of a respective independent claim. In practice, it is possible to ...
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Independent and dependent claims relation

By definition, in all countries, dependent claims are a narrowing of independent claims. If you do not infringe an independent claim you cannot infringe a claim that depends from it. Period. However, ...
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Independent and dependent claims relation

If you mean that your art mismatches the independent claim on which the dependent claim overtly calls out as its independent claim, then under all WIPO-signatory nations (and certainly the USA), your ...
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