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Monthly Archives: April 2003

Book (and Product) Review: Introduction to ASIT

25/04/2003 |

By: Ellen Domb editor@triz-journal.com

Introduction to ASIT by Dr. Roni Horowitz. 2003. 95 pages. Published as an e-book packaged with the on-line course “Introduction to ASIT” (See course review in the July 2001 issue of The TRIZ Journal) US$29 for … Read More

IDEALITY AND ‘SELF-X’ – Part 3: Business Context and Case Studies

22/04/2003 |

By: Darrell Mann

Darrell Mann Director, CREAX nv Ieper, Belgium Phone/Fax: +44 (1275) 342960 E-mail: darrell.mann@creax.com

Introduction This article forms the third in a series of three discussing the importance of systems that incorporate solutions incorporating the word ‘self’ in … Read More

Thoughts on ARIZ – Do we need to redesign the ARIZ 2000?

20/04/2003 |

By: Pentti Soderlin

pentti.soderlin@netlife.fi

The basic concepts in TRIZ are the Contradictions, 40 Principles, the Matrix, and the Laws of Evolution, the Substance-Field Analysis Modelling, Ideal Final Solution, Substance Field Resources, Scientific Effects and ARIZ. For some people it seems … Read More

THE TRIZ-FRACTAL MODEL: Part 2 – Using the TRIZ-Fractal Model For Functional Modelling and Visual Ideas Management

15/04/2003 |

By Dr. Rodney K. King (r.k.king@supersmartnetwork.com)

INTRODUCTION As the second part of the series on the TRIZ-Fractal Model, this article addresses the question: “How can the TRIZ-Fractal Model be applied?” There are many and diverse applications of the TRIZ-Fractal model. … Read More

THE TRIZ-FRACTAL MODEL: Part 1 – On Facilitating the Rapid Diffusion of TRIZ

10/04/2003 |

By Dr. Rodney K. King (r.k.king@supersmartnetwork.com)

INTRODUCTION This short article addresses two main questions: · What is the TRIZ-Fractal Model? · What are applications of the TRIZ-Fractal Model? It would be useful to address the question: “How can the TRIZ-Fractal … Read More

TRIZ for Non-Technical Problem Solving

02/04/2003 |

By: Ellen Domb editor@triz-journal.com Abstract: Ursprünglich entwickelte sich TRIZ aus dem Studium von Evolutionstrends oder Strukturen der technologischen Veränderungen, die sich bei Patenten zeigten. Während jener Zeit bezogen sich Patente nur auf technische Dinge und Systeme – nicht für … Read More