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held reverse-engineering of software to constitute fair use101 under certain circumstances. For the most part, copyright protection will have limited importance for nanotech companies. However, copyright protection is often available for documents of original authorship, such as technical manuals, training materials and the like. Additionally, as explained in 1, computational nanotechnology is critical to development of technologies. Nearly all research and development programs involve sophisticated software. In many cases, the company will want to protect its software. Although software programs are eligible for patent protection, the costs of filing patents combined with the disadvantages of publishing may dissuade companies from patenting their software. Therefore, many nanotech companies will seek to copyright software. A company is not required to register copyrights in order to be protected under copyright law.102 A company cannot sue for infringement, however, until the copyright has been registered.103 To register a copyright, the copyright owner submits an application and fee and deposits the required copies of the work with the United States Copyright Office.
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The ability to design larger spans for attic trusses without internal support has been made possible by the development of a method for localised stiffening of the oor joist or the sloping ceiling rafter. The method involves plating two pieces of timber edge-to-edge within the truss to stiffen the highly stressed areas; this avoids having to use larger timbers throughout the truss or resort to the use of scabs , bolted or nailed to the side of the truss top chords. All plate system manufacturers employ this technique, variously called: Superchord (Gang-Nail), Stackchord (MiTek), Wolfchord (Wolf Systems) and Twinachord (Alpine). There are undoubtedly many advantages: Saving in timber volume: saving in truss weight and cost. Saving in timber thickness: more trusses on the lorry load and the use of standard truss clips. Saving in not having to t scabs: only one thickness to be birdsmouthed on site rather than truss plus scabs. Automatically increases the depth of the rafter sloping-ceiling section, thus enabling easy accommodation of insulation and ventilation (see Fig. 12.7). Figure 7.12 illustrates Gang-Nail s Superchord plating for various uses.
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