Information technology for intellectual property protection has become an increasingly important issue due to the expansion of ubiquitous network connectivity, which allows people to use digital content and programs that are susceptible to unauthorized electric duplication or copyright and patent infringement.
Information Technology for Intellectual Property Protection: Interdisciplinary Advancements contains multidisciplinary knowledge and analysis by leading researchers and practitioners with technical backgrounds in information engineering and institutional experience in intellectual property practice. Through its discussions of both engineering solutions and the social impact of institutional protection, this book fills a gap in the existing literature and provides methods and applications for both practitioners and IT engineers.
The content of the book is appealing to academia, in which those concerned about intellectual property management are eager to acquire sound techniques for intellectual property protection and fundamental knowledge on intellectual property rights in the frontiers of IT outbursts. Meanwhile, the book works as a technical milestone for research trends of intellectual property protection engineering in the target of the next ten years. Both practitioners with technical agendas and IT engineers of institutional agendas should appreciate this kind of interdisciplinary title.