Peter Lablans

Peter Lablans

Peter Lablans is a prolific inventor and founder of two IP companies Ternarylogic LLC and Spatial Cam LLC and is the named inventor on over 50 patents. He is an Electronic Engineer trained by Dr. Gerrit "Gerry" Blaauw, one of the three co-architects of the legendary IBM System/360. After a business career, Peter became an inventor and worked as a patent engineer and successfully prosecuted hundreds of patents in image and signal processing. His recent inventions include modification of known cryptography, such as AES, RSA, SHA, and Elliptic Curve Cryptography by implementations of novel switching functions and intelligent cameras to locate hidden or obscured objects. His stake in the discussion is to advocate a fair, modern and affordable patent system that encourages all inventors, including independent inventors, in any technological field to obtain and assert patents.

Posts by Peter Lablans

Function and Structure in Computers: A Stakeholder’s View

As an independent inventor, I am greatly concerned about the new proposed Section 112(f) wording related to “functional claiming” that was put forward as part of the …
By Peter Lablans
2 years ago 40

Computer history, nothing abstract to be found

Computers, processors, memories and transmission equipment are devices or machines. All these machines, as configured systems, have a documented history of addressing concrete technical problems that were …
By Peter Lablans
4 years ago 9

Operational Mathematics on a Processor is not an Abstract Idea

Mathematics has long been accepted as a tool to model the physical reality. For many it is hard to grasp that math actually “does something.” The reality …
By Peter Lablans
5 years ago 47

Executable mathematics renders inventions physical! Welcome to the digital age

The use of a mathematical formula in a claim can trigger a 35 USC 101 rejection or invalidation of the patented claim. However, the role of mathematics in physics …
By Peter Lablans
5 years ago 64

Programmed computers are switching machines, and not directed to an abstract idea

A computer is a machine, yet there is an ongoing trend to “anthropomorphize” computers. That is: functions that are performed by humans are said to be able …
By Peter Lablans
6 years ago 11