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Health Discovery Corporation (DWCM.OB) Issues Update on Developments Relating to Intel RFE-SVM Patent


10/6/2011 10:13:50 AM

SAVANNAH, Ga.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Health Discovery Corporation (OTCBB: HDVY) is pleased to announce that a request for reexamination of Intel Corporation’s U.S. Patent No. 7,685,077 was filed this week in the United States Patent and Trademark Office. The request challenges Intel’s alleged rights to the RFE-SVM method as claimed in their patent entitled “Recursive Feature Eliminating Method Based on a Support Vector Machine.” The challenge is based upon the failure of the Patent Office to properly consider relevant prior art during the original examination of Intel’s patent application. This prior art includes the original 2002 publication by Guyon, Weston, Barnhill and Vapnik, which first described the RFE-SVM method, prior published patent applications of HDC, and published articles by others who reference the 2002 Guyon et al. paper, all of which predate the filing date of the Intel application.

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