Patent Analytics (häftad)
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1st ed. 2021
Springer Verlag, Singapore
Jeong, Buyong / Kim, Daejung
30 Tables, color; 117 Illustrations, color; 28 Illustrations, black and white; XXII, 206 p. 145 illu
234 x 156 x 12 mm
327 g
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Patent Analytics (häftad)

Patent Analytics

Transforming IP Strategy into Intelligence

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Through the prisms of a data scientist, a patent attorney, and a designer, this book demystifies the complexity of patent data and its structure and reveals their hidden connections by employing elaborate data analytics and visualizations using a network map. This book provides a practical guide to introduce and apply patent network analytics and visualization tools in your business. We incorporate case studies from renowned companies such as Apple, Dyson, Adobe, Bose, Samsung and more, to scrutinise how their underlying values of patent network drive innovation in their business. Finally, this book advances readers' perspective of patent gazettes as big data and as a tool for innovation analytics when coupled with Artificial Intelligence.
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Jieun Kim is an associate professor at the Graduate School of Technology and Innovation Management, Hanyang University and co-directs an interdisciplinary research lab - Imagine X lab since 2013. She has a BA in Industrial Design from KAIST (2007) and an MS and PHD in Industrial Engineering from Arts et Metiers ParisTech, Paris (2008/2011), followed by the Leverhulme Research Fellowship (2012) at Royal College of Art in London. She was a visiting associate professor at Human Communication Technologies Lab, University of British Columbia (2020). She served as a general co-chair of ACM TVX 2018 and continued to contribute to many international design and innovation management communities as reviewers and speakers. Buyong Jeong is a deputy director in the Korean Intellectual Property Office (KIPO). Before joining KIPO in 2015, he worked as a patent attorney at PLUS International IP Law firm (2009-2014). He has been involved in various projects and policies for the Trademark and Design Examination bureau of KIPO. His legal and practical expertise is supported by his academic background, having obtaining bachelor's and master's degrees in Industrial design from Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST). He is the co-author of the Korean chapter for AIPPI Law Series: Design Rights, Functionality and Scope of Protection (by Christopher V. Carani / Wolters Kluwer 2017). Daejung Kim is a data scientist specializing in intellectual property and a senior lecturer at Hankyong National University. He holds his Ph.D. in technology and innovation management from Hanyang University. He is a frequent speaker and consultant in strategic technology and management solutions for many law firms and corporate legal departments.


IntroductionPart I: Data. Emergence of Patent Big Data Chapter 1 Patent as Big Data? The journal of 230 years Patent, a living organism Patent as open data Chapter 2 Significant Points in the History of Patents 1836, The First Patent with Claims 1790, Start of the U.S. Patent System Again 1836, The Great Fire and Patent Numbering 1947, Genesis of Citation Chapter 3 Understanding Patent Data The Meaning of Patent Gazette Utility, Design Patents, and Trademarks The Butterfly Effect of Design Patent: Drill Bit's partial claim Claims, "Legally, Less is More!" Part II. Network: Patent Network Visualization Chapter 4 Prelude to the Era of Patent Data Visualization Unexpected Encounters Bigger, Faster and Stronger Timeline and Panoramic Viewpoint Chapter 5 Effective Visual Mapping of Patent Data One Dimensional Data Two-dimensional Data Multidimensional Data Chapter 6 The Power of Patent Citation Networks What is a Citation Worth? The Apple's Design Patent Network Knowledge Flow of Patent Citation Draw Patent Transaction Networks Chapter 7 A Complete Guide to Patent Network Visualization An Overview of Tools Four Practical Steps to Get Started Part III Analytics: Uncharted Corporate Innovations Chapter 8 Dyson, From Bladeless Fan to Hair Dryer Chapter 9 Bose's Beyond Sound Chapter 10 Innovation Assimilation of M&As in Adobe. Chapter 11 Network Patterns of Inventor Collaboration: Google vs. Apple Chapter 12 Samsung vs. LG, Map of the Competitive Landscape Perspectives The Renaissance of Innovation Analytics with AI Chapter 13 Is Trademark the First Sparring Partner of AI? Chapter 14 New Patent or Not? From Search to Legal Automation Chapter 15 Legal Technologies in Action Afterword