(a) state the title of the invention, which shall be short and precise;
(b) specify the technical field to which the invention relates;
(c) describe the background art that, as far as is known to the applicant, can be regarded as important for the understanding, searching and examination of the invention;
(d) describe the invention in terms that allow the understanding of the technical problem, even if not expressly stated as such, and its solution;
(e) briefly describe the figures in the drawings, if any;
(f) set forth at least one mode contemplated by the inventor for carrying out the invention in terms of examples, where appropriate, and with reference to the drawings, if any; and
(g) contain a sequence listing where required by paragraph 111(a).
(2) The description shall be presented in the manner and order specified in subsection (1) unless, because of the nature of the invention, a different manner or a different order would afford a better understanding or a more economical presentation.
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