brown2 - Anticipation under 35 U.S.C. § 102 is a question of fact.
interval - Claim language employing terms of degree has long been found definite where it provided enough certainty to one of skill in the art when read in the context of the invention.
telectronics - test for enablement is whether a person of ordinary skill in the art "could make or use the invention from the disclosures in the patent coupled with information known in the art without undue experimentation."
seid - ornamentation only, which has no mechanical function, cannot be relied upon to patentably distinguish the claimed invention from the prior art, but allegedly novel features must be shown in the prior art.
corning glass - The effect preamble language is to be given is determined by reviewing the entirety of the Appellants' disclosure to gain an understanding of what the Appellants actually invented and intended to encompass by the claim.
abbott diabetes, irdeto - Even when guidance is not provided in explicit definitional format, the specification may define claim terms by implication such that the meaning may be found in or ascertained by a reading of the patent documents.
klosak - It is not enough to show that results are obtained which differ from those obtained in the prior art: that difference must be shown to be an unexpected difference.