The notional person against whom the obviousness of an invention must be tested is the uninventive person skilled in the art, capable of assimilating the contents of scores of specifications, but incapable of a scintilla of invention1. Where the relevant art is highly technical, the notional addressee may be a team as opposed to a single individual
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