Derivative

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Derivative. (a) for copyrightable or copyrighted material, any translation, abridgment, revision or other form in which an existing work may be recast, transformed or adapted; (b) for patentable or patented material, any improvement thereon; and (c) for material which is protected by trade secret, any new material derived from such existing trade secret material, including new material which may be protected under copyright, patent and/or trade secret laws
Derivative. (a) (i) for copyrightable or copyrighted material, any translation, abridgment, revision translation (including translation into other computer languages), modification, correction, addition, extension, upgrade, improvement, compilation, abridgment or other form in which an existing work may be recast, transformed or adapted; (b) (ii) for patentable or patented material, any improvement continuations or improvements thereon; and (c) (iii) for material which is protected by trade secret, any new... material derived from such existing trade secret material, including new material which may be protected under by copyright, patent and/or or trade secret laws secret. View More
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Derivative. A derivative work within the meaning of the United States Copyright laws together with implementation or insubstantion in any semiconductor of the same
Derivative. A (when capitalized) means a derivative work within the meaning of the United States Copyright laws together with implementation or insubstantion in any semiconductor of the same
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Derivative. Means, with respect to any chemical compound, any analog, derivative, isomer, tautomer, enantiomer, diastereomer, prodrug, metabolite, ester, salt, hydrate, solvate, racemate, intermediate (including synthetic intermediates), or polymorph thereof.
Derivative. Has the meaning set forth in Letter Agreements 6-1162-AKP-075, 6-1162-AKP-089, 6-1162-AKP-100, 6-1162-AKP-110 and 6-1162-TRW-0664 as applicable or as may be subsequently amended.
Derivative. Means a modified version of a Licensed Core.
Derivative. Means: (i) any derivative work of the Technology (as defined in Section 101 of the US, Copyright Act); (ii) all improvements, modifications, alterations, adaptations, enhancements and new versions of the Technology (the "Technology Derivatives"); and (iii) all technology, inventions, products or other items that, directly or indirectly, incorporate, or are derived from, any part of the Technology or any Technology Derivative.
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