Present a brief summary of the inventive concept(s). The nature and gist of the inventive concept(s) should be set forth in broad statements. These statements may paraphrase and amplify the broadest claims. When a patent application is filed, this information will become a part of the Summary of the Invention section.
In its entirety, the Summary of the Invention section provides a summary of the information upon which a determination of the utility, novelty, and unobviousness of the invention can be based. If a reading of this section does not convince the patent examiner that the invention meets the criteria of patentability, then that difficult task will have to be accomplished during prosecution of the application.
It is also effective to provide a listing of the elements (or steps) of the embodiment (version) of the invention described in the broadest (least limited) claim. Examples should be provided of means for accomplishing functions recited in the broadest claims.