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Topic: Math copyright issues
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Mehran Basti

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Math copyright issues
Posted: Aug 29, 2015 9:45 AM
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Math copyright issues


Anyone knows how mathematical copyright works?

If I write my book with formulas on the CD, normally publication of such book has copyright.

But is it sufficient for say symbolic computer systems like Maple and Mathematica not program it on their software without permission?

If I have new formulas, how is applied to others with respect to copyright of the formulas, methods, etc. in their books and publications.

How solving formulas and new methods of solving can be defend via copyright laws and patents within mathematics publications.


Mehran Basti

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