Identification and Analysis of Technology Emergence Using Patent Classification

@inproceedings{Eusebi2014IdentificationAA,
  title={Identification and Analysis of Technology Emergence Using Patent Classification},
  author={Christopher A. Eusebi and Lori Faye Black},
  year={2014}
}
• BLOCKINA rapid increase in patent applications filed related to a specific classification can represent its dissemination into new and often unrelated technological areas. This rapid increase in patent application filing is a signal of technology emergence and industry acceptance. • BLOCKINS-curves of patent applications and issued patents often appear when classifications and subclassifications form an increasing number of linkages to other classifications and subclassifications… CONTINUE READING

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