This attack is a little scary... rather a lot of it sounds like completely obvious things that have been standard for a long time. In particular if it #7,362,331 holds then all developers of games and games consoles are likely to be next.
Even if a games developer did successfully contest the patent they would lose $$$$ while their product was in legal limbo.
At least in theory the second set of patents should be easy to invalidate.
Many versions of unix would provide solid examples of most of them. dlopen(3C) is not new and covers dynamic loading.
#5,946,647 is just too broad... techniques like least squared error regression have been known for several hundred years. More recent development include robust regression. Westinghouse used pattern recognition to optimise the conversion of uranium hexflaloride (gas) into uranium fuel pellets prior to 1992. Note that Apple has nothing to do with any of this work.