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Person skilled in the art definition

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What does Person skilled in the art mean?

The ‘person skilled in the art’ is a hypothetical person who is uninventive but skilled in the area of technology to which the patent is directed; they are taken to have an ordinary level of skill, rather than being super-skilled.

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