The development and legal purchase of 'know-how' are costly. Accordingly, for companies in possession of 'know-how' it is of vital interest to ensure that competitors do not gain access to their specialized knowledge. Taking this fact into consideration, this work concentrates on a problem area that has yet to be debated in depth, namely the distinction between protected and unprotected know-how in the case of 'reverse engineering', which is the acquiring of construction and programming knowledge by dismantling and reverse development.
Kai Kochmann , Senden.
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