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July 2014

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KOREAPAT

 Summary Sheet

Description:

Producer:Korean Institute of Patent Information, Korea
Coverage:1979-present
File Size:More than 1.7 million records, more than 1.5 million images (01/2014)
Updates:Monthly
File Type:Bibliographic
Content:Korean patents
Language:English
STN Easy:Yes

KOREAPAT (Korean Patent Abstracts), produced by the Korean Institute of Patent Information (KIPI) on behalf of the Korean Intellectual Property Office (KIPO), is a patent database which provides access to Korean patent information from all areas of science and technology in English language. The database covers Korean examined patents (B-documents) from 1979-date, and Korean unexamined patents (A-documents) from 2000 onwards. B-documents are only included if no related A-document is present in the database. KOREAPAT records contain inventor and assignee data, publication information, International Patent Classification codes, as well as title and abstract in English. An image of a representative drawing is also included. SDIs are also available. An online thesaurus is available in the /IPC field.

Producer:

Korean Institute of Patent Information (KIPI)
6-8 th FL. KIPS 647-9 Yeoksam-dong
Gangnam-ku, Seoul 135-980
Korea
Phone +82-2-3452-8144
Fax: +82-2-3453-5953
Copyright Holder

Usage Terms

The following database producer's special conditions for use of his database(s) apply to your use of the KOREAPAT file on STN.

I. General Part

1. Scope
Section 2 to 4 of these conditions apply to all databases offered via STN Karlsruhe as far as no differing regulations are specified under II. Special Part.

2. Customers
A customer is an individual or an institution (i.e. a legal body such as a university, public authority, company) for whom online access has been ordered.

3. Search Results
All rights are reserved. Search results delivered online or offline are only for internal (own) use of the customer. No written permission of the database producer is required if search results delivered to the customer in computer-readable form are used only for internal purposes of the customer, i.e. printed, processed, modified, or linked with other data (e.g. for creating a database). The customer must observe the copyright of the database producer.

Enter HELP SHARETERMS for detailed information on the STN Information Keep & Share Program, which allows Recipients to purchase the right to archive and / or redistribute search results from STN databases for internal re-use. Or, visit
http://www.stn-international.de/keep_share.html

Results from searches carried out by the customer on request, or on behalf of individuals or institutions (see under 2.) outside his own institution (third parties) may only be given to them for explicit internal use.
The transmitted search results must include the database producer's copyright.
For safety purposes, the customer may keep a copy of the results obtained from a search carried out for third parties.
The customer must obtain database producer's specific written permission for any further uses of search results obtained for third parties, particularly for the transmission of search results in electronic form or their distribution in harmcopy, e.g. sale, loan, license, or free charge.
The customer must do his/her best efforts in preventing a theft or inadvertent illicit dissemination of the records.

4. Warranty and Liability
The database producers shall use their best efforts to deliver correct information in their databases, however, they do not accept warrenty and liability for completeness, accuracy and timeliness unless set out differently in II. Special Part.