Removing non swpat from gauss
zqex at mpipks-dresden.mpg.de
Sat Jul 9 18:36:47 CEST 2005
On Friday 08 July 2005 18:05, Jonas Bosson wrote:
> This is not even that simple. There will be different methods and
> different sets, as for instance 'business methods patents'. We should
> keep all patents that are 'hot' just like a cache, and use
> tags/flags/ratings (like the classification that Carsten has built or
> more) to have several layers of markers that are up to the user do
> accept or use.
I'm not entirely sure what you mean. But I think it is important to
get rid of obvious non-swpat that could have ended up in the DB.
That will improve the validity of the statistics, and reduce the dataset.
Wrt. business method patents, I'm not even sure if it wasn't more
sensible to put all of them on a separate site. Such that gauss can
concentrate on software patents, since some of the business
method patents could be completely independent of software,
and hence affect the statistics.
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