Monthly Archives: November 1999
by Michelle Roberts May 3, 1999 TE589A Theory of Inventive Problem Solving North Carolina State University (N.C.S.U.) Under the direction of: Dr. Michael S. Slocum Adjunct Assistant Professor N.C.S.U. Dr. Timothy G. Clapp Professor N.C.S.U.
Case Study: Application Of Ideation/TRIZ To A Technological Problem With Rapid Prototyping Equipment14/11/1999 | Editor
CASE STUDY ABSTRACT
Solving difficult problems is a complex activity that is governed by the search for knowledge. Problem solving is affected by a combination of the searching process and by the availability of the knowledge …
Martin Hyatt email@example.com Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA USA
Over the last few years I have done my doctoral research at Stanford in creativity. This is a short review of the research. The research adds new insight on the …
Title: When Sparks Fly: Igniting Creativity in Groups Author: Dorothy Leonard and Walter Swap Publisher: Harvard Business School Press, Boston, MA, USA ISBN: 0-87584-856-6 Cost: US$24.95 Pages: 242 Cover: …
This paper was first presented at the 4th Biomimetics¹ Workshop at the University of Reading, UK, on 24 September 1999.
Darrell Mann Industrial Fellow, Department Of Mechanical Engineering University Of Bath, Bath, BA2 7AY, UK Phone: +44 (1225) …
by Semyon D. Savransky, The TRIZ Experts, Silicon Valley, USA (E-mail: TRIZ_SDS@hotmail.com )
- Contradictions: Ontology
- Structure of a Problem
Preface: The paper below is a part of the lesson from the “Hands-On …