adjective Referring to a source format that can be directly input into a computer without keyboard manipulation. Scanners, speech recognition software and digital cameras all create machine-readable files.
Upon consideration en banc, a majority of the court affirms the district court's holding that the asserted method and computer-readable media claims are not directed to eligible subject matter under 35 U.S.C.
By a 7-3 vote, the Federal Circuit struck down Alice's method claims and computer-readable media claims, holding they covered little more than abstract ideas (about escrow), which are not patent-eligible subject matter.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Your digital footprint could be getting a whole lot bigger: scientists are searching for a way to transcribe every real-world conversation that happens into computer-readable files.
Ultimately, he shows how it is possible for users who do not have a deep knowledge of either the representation formalisms or the technology to generate computer-readable content represented in formal languages and to apply knowledge representation and reasoning techniques to analyze the outcomes of automated knowledge-intensive processes.
One covers "laser processing devices," the second "heads" of such devices, and the third "computer-readable memory media." Melco insists that the technologies protected by these patents have been illegally used in the processing equipment of Amada's four laser systems: the FO, FO-NT, FO-MII NT and LC-FI NT models.
Founded in 1968 and originally known as the Association of Scientific Information Dissemination Centers, ASIDIC first consisted of research organizations that "spun tapes" (i.e., had access to computer-readable databases on their mainframe computers).