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SEMANTiCS 2019 in Karlsruhe


SEMANTiCS is the leading European conference on Semantic Technologies and AI and is held for the first time in Karlsruhe, Germany. One of the organizers is FIZ Karlsruhe whose Vice President Information Service Engineering,  Prof. Sack, is Conference Chair and a member of the conference’s Permanent Advisory Board.

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May 2019

Second 2019 update to Emtree(TM) now available on STN(R)

April 2019

New legal status codes for US patent applications and granted patents in INPADOC

April 2019

Updates in database World Surface Coatings Abstracts (file WSCA) have resumed

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Paris, 10.09.2019
Toulouse, 12.09.2019
Lyon, 13.09.2019

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Patent specifications included in GBFULL

03. December 2008

Patent specifications are added to the GBFULL (United Kingdom Patents full text) file from update date November 28, 2008 onwards.

So far GBFULL covers the full text of all patent applications published in the United Kingdom. In addition now full text of United Kingdom patent specifications are included. This means that full text for the complete national patent family will be available for search in the GBFULL file.

Patent applications and corresponding specifications form one database record. Use display formats appended with .m for display of the complete information for a database record (e.g. BIB.M or ALL.M). Database records contain bibliographic data, and full text for description and claims. For about 85 % of the applications an abstract is available.

Text for United Kingdom patent applications and specifications has been created by Optical Character Recognition (OCR) software and may therefore contain misinterpreted characters or incomplete text.