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Edward Wiest

I'm no IP lawyer, so I'll agree the answer isn't obvious--but isn't nonobviousness the doctrine in patent law under which patent protection is available for a claim only if the so-called improvement is not "obvious" to an individual with knowledge of the state of the art to which the claim relates?

Obviously, given my lack of knowledge of the state of this art, I stand ready to be corrected.

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