A reference that contains an obvious typographical error that would have been apparent to a person of ordinary skill in the art such that the person would disregard or correct the error does not disclose the subject matter contained in that error.
Results for prior art
An improved result, without more stated in the claim, is not enough to confer eligibility to an otherwise abstract idea. To be patent-eligible, the claims must recite a specific means or method that solves a problem in an existing technological process.
The Federal Circuit reverses a rejection that was based on a manuscript submitted by the inventor to the U.S. Copyright Office more than one year before the filing of the patent application because the Office did not establish when the manuscript was indexed and publicly accessible.