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IPC 7
 
G09-G09B00956
  G09B 11/00 - G09B 29/14  

SECTION G – PHYSICS


G 09EDUCATING; CRYPTOGRAPHY; DISPLAY; ADVERTISING; SEALS


G 09 BEDUCATIONAL OR DEMONSTRATION APPLIANCES; APPLIANCES FOR TEACHING, OR COMMUNICATING WITH, THE BLIND, DEAF OR MUTE; MODELS; PLANETARIA; GLOBES; MAPS; DIAGRAMS (devices for psychotechnics or for testing reaction times A61B 5/16; games, sports, amusements A63; projectors, projector screens G03B)


Notes

(1)This subclass covers:

 simulators regarded as teaching or training devices, which is the case if they give perceptible sensations having a likeness to the sensations a student would experience in reality in response to actions taken by him;

 models of buildings, installations, or the like.

(2)This subclass does not cover:

 simulators which demonstrate, by means involving computing, the function of apparatus or of a system, which are covered by class G06, if no provision exists elsewhere;

 components of simulators, if identical with real devices or machines, which are covered by the relevant subclasses for these devices or machines (and not by class G09).


Subclass Index

TEACHING EQUIPMENT IN GENERAL 

General principle of operation 

manual or mechanical 

G09B 1/00, G09B 3/00 

electrical 

G09B 5/00, G09B 7/00 

operating by question and answer 

G09B 3/00, G09B 7/00 

Simulators 

G09B 9/00 

TEACHING EQUIPMENT FOR SPECIFIC PURPOSES 

For writing, shorthand, drawing, painting; for typing 

G09B 11/00; G09B 13/00 

For music; for reading 

G09B 15/00; G09B 17/00 

Models for scientific or technical training 

G09B 23/00, G09B 25/00 

Planetaria, globes; maps, diagrams 

G09B 27/00; G09B 29/00 

Other teaching equipment 

G09B 19/00 

TEACHING, AND COMMUNICATING WITH, THE BLIND OR DEAF 

G09B 21/00 



1/

00Manually- or mechanically-operated educational appliances using elements forming or bearing symbols, signs, pictures, or the like which are arranged or adapted to be arranged in one or more particular ways (puzzle-games A63F 9/00; advertising or displaying in general G09F)

1/

02.and having a support carrying or adapted to carry the elements

1/

04..the elements each bearing a single symbol or a single combination of symbols

1/

06...and being attachable to, or mounted on, the support

1/

08....by means of magnets

1/

10....by means of pins and holes

1/

12....by means of ring-like securing elements (sheets temporarily attached together by rings or coils B42F 3/00, B42F 5/00)

1/

14....the elements being slidably mounted on the support

1/

16..the elements each bearing a plurality of different symbols, signs, or combinations of symbols and signs, only one symbol, sign, or combination thereof, of each element to be used at a time

1/

18...the elements being rotatable

1/

20....and bearing the symbols on a surface parallel to the axis of rotation

1/

22....and bearing the symbols on a surface perpendicular to the axis of rotation

1/

24...the elements being in flexible-strip form, e.g. endless bands

1/

26...the elements being arranged in fan form

1/

28...the elements being slidable

1/

30..wherein the elements are adapted to be arranged in co-operation with the support to form symbols (without special support G09B 1/40)

1/

32.comprising elements to be used without a special support

1/

34..the elements to be placed loosely in adjacent relationship

1/

36..the elements being connectible by corresponding projections and recesses

1/

38..the elements being connectible magnetically

1/

40..to form symbols or signs by appropriate arrangement


3/

00Manually- or mechanically-operated teaching appliances working with questions and answers (electrically-operated G09B 7/00; advertising or displaying in general G09F)

3/

02.of the type wherein the student is expected to construct an answer to the question which is presented or wherein the machine gives an answer to the question presented by the student

3/

04..of chart form (masks G09B 17/02)

3/

06.of the multiple-choice answer type, i.e. where a given question is provided with a series of answers and a choice has to be made

3/

08..of chart form (having one set of answers common to a plurality of questions G09B 3/12)

3/

10..wherein one set of answers is common to a plurality of questions

3/

12...of chart form


5/

00Electrically-operated educational appliances (working with questions and answers G09B 7/00; simulators G09B 9/00; advertising or displaying in general G09F) [2]

Note

 Group G09B 5/08 takes precedence over groups G09B 5/02 to G09B 5/06.  [2]

5/

02.with visual presentation of the material to be studied, e.g. using film strip

5/

04.with audible presentation of the material to be studied (reading and recognising printed or written characters G06K 9/00; sound-recording or reproducing G11B)

5/

06.with both visual and audible presentation of the material to be studied

5/

08.providing for individual presentation of information to a plurality of student stations  [2]

5/

10..all student stations being capable of presenting the same information simultaneously (G09B 5/14 takes precedence)  [2]

5/

12..different stations being capable of presenting different information simultaneously (G09B 5/14 takes precedence)  [2]

5/

14..with provision for individual teacher-student communication  [2]


7/

00Electrically-operated teaching apparatus or devices working with questions and answers (mechanically- operated G09B 3/00; computing arrangements G06F)

7/

02.of the type wherein the student is expected to construct an answer to the question which is presented or wherein the machine gives an answer to the question presented by the student

7/

04..characterised by modifying the teaching programme in response to a wrong answer, e.g. repeating the question, supplying a further explanation

7/

06.of the multiple-choice answer type, i.e. where a given question is provided with a series of answers and a choice has to be made from the answers

7/

07..providing for individual presentation of questions to a plurality of student stations  [2]

7/

073...all student stations being capable of presenting the same questions simultaneously  [2]

7/

077...different stations being capable of presenting different questions simultaneously  [2]

7/

08..characterised by modifying the teaching programme in response to a wrong answer, e.g. repeating the question, supplying further information

7/

10..wherein a set of answers is common to a plurality of questions

7/

12...characterised by modifying the teaching programme in response to a wrong answer, e.g. repeating the question, supplying further information


9/

00Simulators for teaching or training purposes (for the use of weapons F41; computing aspects G06)

9/

02.for teaching control of vehicles or other craft

9/

04..for teaching control of land vehicles

9/

042...providing simulation in a real vehicle (G09B 9/052, G09B 9/058 take precedence)  [5]

9/

048...a model being viewed and manoeuvred from a remote point (G09B 9/052, G09B 9/058 take precedence)  [5]

9/

05...the view from a vehicle being simulated (G09B 9/052, G09B 9/058 take precedence)  [5]

9/

052...characterised by provision for recording or measuring trainee's performance (devices for psychotechnics, e.g. for vehicle drivers, A61B 5/16, A61B 5/18)  [5]

9/

058...for teaching control of cycles or motocycles  [5]

9/

06..for teaching control of ships, boats, or other waterborne vehicles  [2]

9/

08..for teaching control of aircraft, e.g. Link trainer

9/

10...with simulated flight- or engine-generated force being applied to aircraft occupant (G09B 9/28 takes precedence)  [5]

9/

12...Motion systems for aircraft simulators  [5]

9/

14....controlled by fluid actuated piston or cylinder ram  [5]

9/

16...Ambient or aircraft conditions simulated or indicated by instrument or alarm  [5]

9/

18....Condition of engine or fuel supply  [5]

9/

20....Simulation or indication of aircraft attitude  [5]

9/

22...including aircraft sound simulation  [5]

9/

24...including display or recording of simulated flight path  [5]

9/

26...Simulation of radio-navigation  [5]

9/

28...Simulation of stick forces or the like  [5]

9/

30...Simulation of view from aircraft  [5]

9/

32....by projected image (G09B 9/36 takes precedence)  [5]

9/

34....by cathode-ray screen display (G09B 9/36 takes precedence)  [5]

9/

36....Simulation of night or reduced visibility flight  [5]

9/

38.....Simulation of runway outlining or approach lights  [5]

9/

40...Simulation of airborne radar  [5]

9/

42...Aircraft, aircraft simulator, or means connected thereto, travelling on the ground or water during simulated flight training  [5]

9/

44...providing simulation in a real aircraft flying through the atmosphere without restriction of its path  [5]

9/

46...the aircraft being a helicopter  [5]

Note

 When classifying in group G09B 9/46, classification is also made in other appropriate subgroups of group G09B 9/08, if of interest.  [5]

9/

48...a model being viewed and manoeuvred from a remote point  [5]

9/

50...Automatically directing the course of the aircraft  [5]

9/

52..for teaching control of an outer space vehicle  [5]

9/

54.Simulation of radar (G09B 9/40 takes precedence)  [5]

9/

56.Simulation of sonar  [5]

   G09B 11/00 - G09B 29/14  
 

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