From: Mingnan Guo (hnxgc_pub_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-11-22 12:30:05
Maciej Sobczak <prog_at_[hidden]> wrote: Mingnan Guo wrote:
> Actually, there are so many variations of garbage collection algorithm that had forced me to give up the crazy idea many years ago to learn about them all.
Then I wonder how you came up with the idea of patenting this stuff.
Do you hope to obtain the patent(s) even if your ideas are not novel at
all and happen to be already used in those other algorithms that you
gave up learning?
To Boosters: Note that this (the patenting part), unfortunately, is not
entirely off topic here...
-- Maciej Sobczak * www.msobczak.com * www.inspirel.com _______________________________________________ Unsubscribe & other changes: http://lists.boost.org/mailman/listinfo.cgi/boost I did study but not all of them. Every minutes, there may be a new good idea born in some one's head that prior to yours, nobody can guarantee a patent application has not conflicted with other prior arts. If you found a patent is not novel based on one or more prior art evidences, you can appeal to cancel the patent even after it is issued. - Mingnan Guo --------------------------------- Get easy, one-click access to your favorites. Make Yahoo! your homepage.
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