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1 11. CLAIMS Project Status report by the International Bureau Committee of Experts Thirty-Fifth session Geneva, October 25 to 29, 2004 World Intellectual Property Organization

2 CLAIMS Project update 3. IPC reform and IPC revision support 1. Categorization assistance 2. Natural language search in the IPC Agenda 4. Infrastructure and access to IPC services 5. CLAIMS project Status summary

3 1. CLAIMS Categorization assistance Status: completed IPCCAT V1 on-line version: Ready at Standalone version Ready (new) English, French Spanish, Russian, German Limited batch submission ready (new)

4 1. CLAIMS Categorization assistance IPCCAT implementation + Upload from Word, PDF, plain text, zip User interface in English and French based on 2003 prototype feedback + Automatic Language detection + Search for similar documents (in IPCCAT training set)

5 1. CLAIMS Categorization assistance

6 5 language versions on the same machine IPCCAT Standalone (CD or DVD) : EN, FR, ES, RU, DE No internet connection required But only one version running at a time Light IPC viewer (hyperbolic tree and hierarchical tree)

7 1. CLAIMS Categorization assistance Memory and CPU demanding application IPCCAT Standalone (CD or DVD) : EN, FR, ES, RU, DE API and program sample for batch submission Available for IP offices on demand Detailed statistics available on demand

8 1. CLAIMS Categorization assistance Available in standalone server version in (batchProcessing directory) IPCCAT batch submission: requested by IPC CE33 & SCIT Available on client side in the on-line version (max 50) in zip file Can be custumized using API Demonstration on demand

9 1. CLAIMS Categorization assistance Training sets to be further improved (MCD) IPCCAT conclusion Good algorithm (Winnow + Geneva University) Further motivate Research institutes (50)

10 2. Natural Language Search in IPC 7 For non-experts TACSY:TACSY: Cross language search Interface in English and French Language independent concepts

11 2. Natural Language Search in IPC 7 Morpho-syntactical analysis, TACSY:TACSY: technical approach Sort distance between concepts IPC/query concept matching Disambiguation, Synonyms,... Language independent concepts

12 2. Natural Language Search in IPC 7 Some of IPC notes, RIPCIS XML version of IPC 7 TACSY:TACSY: which data are indexed? English translation of the German catchword index (for English only) Indexing codes, Official catchword index,

13 2. Natural Language Search in IPC 7 Link to IBIS IPC 7+ for IP offices Link to Published IPC 7 for Public access TACSY:TACSY:

14 2. Natural Language Search in IPC 7 Better quality hits than boolean search Adapted by Lingway for CLAIMS from an ePatent project TACSY:TACSY: conclusion Test results in ePatent white paper

15 3. IPC reform and IPC revision support RIPCIS output files RIPCIS in WIPO intranet RIPCIS: What is new? IPC validity

16 Draft IPC8 scheme produced by RIPCIS in IBIS ( )IPC8 IBIS HTML and XML files available in draft version RIPCIS DTD (current version V 0.95) 3. IPC reform and IPC revision support RIPCIS

17 Demonstration during next WG meeting 3. IPC reform and IPC revision support Reference database at WIPO end of 2004 Test by IPC member states Q1/2005 RIPCIS: planning

18 3. IPC reform and IPC revision support RIPCIS XML output files: complementary role Validity file IPC Scheme Concordance list E-layer (chemical formulae, definitions)

19 3. IPC reform and IPC revision support RIPCIS output files Statistics Compilation files Merge file Catchword index

20 3. IPC reform and IPC revision support Validity file Draft version (V0.17) provided to IT experts Final specification and DTD: Nov 15, 2004

21 3. IPC reform and IPC revision support Validity file: clarifications of issues Date of entry into force: IPC version for he purpose of patent document publishing Classification levels: overlaps versus subset Content / time dimension: passed + present symbols (nothing about future)

22 3. Classification level in IPCR validity file

23 3. IPC validity files History part Core Only =O Advanced only =A" Core and advanced =C Currently valid part P OA C

24 3. Scenario in validity file specs: SC Decision for June 2006

25 3. IPC reform and IPC revision support IPC symbol validation Input: IPC symbol, allotment date, expected publication date Output: non-existing symbol, expired, valid & changed, Valid,... Possibility to call the service in batch (candidates: open URL, SOAP, XMLRPC) Expected users: IP offices, PCT publication,...

26 4. infrastructure and access to IPC services WIPO IPC, (RIPCIS), IPCCAT, TACSY, IBIS, IEF, TEF, IPC calendar User DB RIPCIS, IPCCAT, TACSY, IBIS, IEF, TEF, IPC calendar Production servers DMZDev & Integration INTERNET INTERNET

27 4. infrastructure and access to IPC services RRR = role (GST=Guest, RAP=Rapporteur, ADM=Administrator, and more if needed) OO = ST.3 code of the office (e.g. IB for WIPO) Harmonization of logins for future single sign-on: OORRRNN (e.g. EPGST01) NN = instance number

28 CLAIMS Typical development life cycle Prototyping implementation Outsourcing Factory dev. Integration & testing Production use Idea Preparation

29 CLAIMS Project update IPCCAT RIPCIS IPC Tutorial AL IPC Translation TACSY Infrastructure upgrade Implementation at CE33

30 CLAIMS Project update IPCCAT RIPCIS IPC Tutorial AL IPC Translation TACSY Infrastructure upgrade Implementation at CE34

31 CLAIMS Project update IPCCAT RIPCIS IPC Tutorial AL IPC Translation TACSY Infrastructure upgrade Implementation at CE35

32 5. CLAIMS overall status CLAIMS Project development is completed according to SCIT initial definition, (SCIT/ITPWG/1/11 Annex, page 15-16) + RIPCIS expected completion: Q4/2004 Maintenance phase starts in 2005

33 5. CLAIMS overall status + CLAIMS 100% dependency on outside partners and other IB business priorities + IT team : 90% (Project Manager & Secretary) + No specific IT budget for further development Limited flexibility for future actions:

34 CLAIMS Project Questions / Answers

35 CLAIMS Project Thank you


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