Survey of PCT search reports and the importance of the internet as a source of non-patent literature

@article{Adams2012SurveyOP,
  title={Survey of PCT search reports and the importance of the internet as a source of non-patent literature},
  author={Stephen R. Adams},
  journal={World Patent Information},
  year={2012},
  volume={34},
  pages={112-123}
}
  • S. Adams
  • Published 1 June 2012
  • Computer Science
  • World Patent Information
Increasing the Discovery and Use of Non-Patent Literature (NPL): Scientific Publications in Patent Examination
TLDR
This work interviews patent examiners and observes their prior art searching in order to provide insights into the perceived usage of non-patent literature and produce high level requirements for advancing non-Patent literature search tools.

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