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Fundamental DSP/speech processing patent for sale

Started by Dude Whocares October 31, 2011
US Patent 7,124,075 =93Methods and apparatus for pitch determination=94
will be auctioned as Lot 147 at the upcoming ICAP Patent Brokerage
Live IP Action on November 17, 2011 at The Ritz Carlton, San
Francisco.
The patent addresses a core problem of signal processing in general,
and speech signal processing in particular: period (fundamental
frequency) determination of a (quasi)-periodic signal, or pitch
detection problem in speech/audio signal processing.
Patented nonlinear signal processing techniques originate from chaos
theory and address known limitations of traditional linear signal
processing methods like FFT or correlation.
Patented methods are amenable to efficient implementation in both
software and hardware (FPGAs, ASICs).
Forward citations include Microsoft, Mitsubishi Space Software,
Broadcom, Sharp and Teradata.
Visit ICAP=92s website for more information: http://icappatentbrokerage.com=
/forsale
so Vlad,

what do you think Dmitry will get for it?

maybe some patent trolls will get it and then start suing IVL or AXON or 
Roland or Eventide with it.

i sorta wonder.


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"Imagination is more important than knowledge."




On 10/31/11 12:40 AM, Dude Whocares wrote:
> US Patent 7,124,075 �Methods and apparatus for pitch determination� > will be auctioned as Lot 147 at the upcoming ICAP Patent Brokerage > Live IP Action on November 17, 2011 at The Ritz Carlton, San > Francisco.
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robert bristow-johnson wrote:

> so Vlad, > > what do you think Dmitry will get for it?
Zero, as usual.
> maybe some patent trolls will get it and then start suing IVL or AXON or > Roland or Eventide with it. > > i sorta wonder.
Poor fellow is out of his mind.

robert bristow-johnson wrote:

> so Vlad, > > what do you think Dmitry will get for it?
Zero, as usual.
> maybe some patent trolls will get it and then start suing IVL or AXON or > Roland or Eventide with it. > > i sorta wonder.
Poor fellow is out of his mind.
>so Vlad, > >what do you think Dmitry will get for it? > >maybe some patent trolls will get it and then start suing IVL or AXON or >Roland or Eventide with it. > >i sorta wonder.
I sorta wonder if he thinks this a way to get some serious money for the patent, or his last resort after total failure to get any. The latter could explain his recent passionate, although off the mark, responses on the subject of patents. Would anyone but a troll buy this? If it can be grabbed cheap, that could be a good alternative to facing a well funded troll holding it. Steve
EP1451804, the corresponding European Patent application, is
considered withdrawn : prior art has been found...
How much does it cost to invalidate a patent in the US ?

:)
On Nov 1, 10:10=A0am, Regis <quela...@netscape.net> wrote:
> EP1451804, the corresponding European Patent application, is > considered withdrawn : prior art has been found... > How much does it cost to invalidate a patent in the US ? > > :)
A lawyer which you are should always check facts before posting and never ever try to promote deliberate lies, even under pseudonym on the internet EPO can and does recycle same "prior art" references cited by applicant himself to USPTO and already discussed in depth in office actions and interviews with US examiners ... just to prolong the process and extort more money from poor applicant... until he is fed up paying through his nose and walks away... Just tell me why EPO keeps collecting huge annuities on pending applications (and keeps them pending for many years) and why you have to go through EU-registered attorney like yourself just to communicate with EPO ? BTW, can you post your registration number ?


fatalist wrote:

Hello Dmitry Teres;


> On Nov 1, 10:10 am, Regis <quela...@netscape.net> wrote: > >>EP1451804, the corresponding European Patent application, is >>considered withdrawn : prior art has been found... >>How much does it cost to invalidate a patent in the US ? >> > > A lawyer which you are should always check facts before posting and > never ever try to promote deliberate lies, even under pseudonym on the > internet
"Tell us about your success" (c) Dmitry Teres.
> A lawyer which you are should always check facts before posting and > never ever try to promote deliberate lies, even under pseudonym on the > internet > > EPO can and does recycle same "prior art" references cited by > applicant himself to USPTO and already discussed in depth in office > actions and interviews with US examiners &#2013266080;... &#2013266080;just to prolong the > process and extort more money from poor applicant... until he is fed > up paying through his nose and walks away... > > Just tell me why EPO keeps collecting huge annuities on pending > applications (and keeps them pending for many years) and why you have > to go through EU-registered attorney like yourself just to communicate > with EPO ? > > &#2013266080;BTW, can you post your registration number ?
About verifying facts... I'm not a lawyer but an EPO patent examiner. An applicant can always request an accelerated search and examination at the EPO, for free. I was just questioning the legal certainty of a patent in the US, which application has been abandoned at the EPO without even a reply to the first communication, citing novelty destroying documents. I did not check if these documents were also cited at the USPTO, before or after the EPO search report had been issued.
On Nov 3, 6:57&#2013266080;am, Regis <quela...@netscape.net> wrote:
> > A lawyer which you are should always check facts before posting and > > never ever try to promote deliberate lies, even under pseudonym on the > > internet > > > EPO can and does recycle same "prior art" references cited by > > applicant himself to USPTO and already discussed in depth in office > > actions and interviews with US examiners &#2013266080;... &#2013266080;just to prolong the > > process and extort more money from poor applicant... until he is fed > > up paying through his nose and walks away... > > > Just tell me why EPO keeps collecting huge annuities on pending > > applications (and keeps them pending for many years) and why you have > > to go through EU-registered attorney like yourself just to communicate > > with EPO ? > > > &#2013266080;BTW, can you post your registration number ? > > About verifying facts... > I'm not a lawyer but an EPO patent examiner. > An applicant can always request an accelerated search and examination > at the EPO, for free. > I was just questioning the legal certainty of a patent in the US, > which application has been abandoned at the EPO without even a reply > to the first communication, citing novelty destroying documents. I did > not check if these documents were also cited at the USPTO, before or > after the EPO search report had been issued.- Hide quoted text - > > - Show quoted text -
Every US patent attorney is obligated to submit all prior art references coming his way to USPTO during patent prosecution, including references from EPO search reports Once submitted prior art references are considered by examiner and made of record (and discussed in office actions and interviews), and US patent is officially granted then your chance of getting re-exam request approved based on the very same references is ZERO