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Selected articles and books by Andrew Schulman:

  • Patent Litigation: An Introduction to Patent Claims, “Limitations,” Infringement, and Invalidity (Six-part series at DisputeSoft.com, 2018-2019): Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6
  • Source code and e-discovery (2014)
  • Hiding in Plain Sight: Using Reverse Engineering to Uncover Software Patent Infringement (Intellectual Property Today, November 2010)
  • Open to Inspection: Using Reverse Engineering to Uncover Software Prior Art, Part 1 (New Matter [Calif. State Bar IP Section], Summer 2011)
  • Open to Inspection: Using Reverse Engineering to Uncover Software Prior Art, Part 2 (New Matter, Fall 2011)
  • Finding Binary Clones with Opstrings & Function Digests (Three parts, Dr. Dobb’s Journal, 2005)
  • The Caldera v. Microsoft Dossier, O’Reilly Media (Feb. 2000)
  • Schulman et al., Undocumented DOS: A Programmer’s Guide to Reserved MS-DOS Functions and Data Structures, 2nd ed. (1994) [pp. 229-241 on general methodology of reverse engineering, applied to mass-market software: a program for exploring DOS, disassembling DOS; this material is not in the better-known first edition]
  • Schulman et al., Undocumented Windows: A Programmer’s Guide to Reserved Microsoft Windows API Functions (1992) [pp. 59-188 on general methodology of reverse engineering, applied to mass-market software: examining Windows executables, disassembling Windows, tools for exploring Windows]

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