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Monthly Archives: August 2003

Utilizing Axiomatic Design to Render Objective Ideality Calculations

29/08/2003 |

Dr. Michael S. Slocum Vice President of Innovation and Design Breakthrough Management Group MichaelS@BMGi.com

The concept of the ideal final result (IFR) is an important foundational element in the Theory of Inventive Problem Solving. As an abstraction, the IFR is … Read More

Design for Six Sigma (DFSS): A Roadmap for Product Development (Book review)

25/08/2003 |

By: Michael Slocum MichaelS@BMGi.com

The TRIZ Journal is pleased to announce the publication of Design for Six Sigma: A Roadmap for Product Development. Drs. Kai Yang and Basem El-Haik have delivered a tremendous research effort that will support the successful … Read More

Proposal Of A Set Of Fundamental Principles For Knowledge-Based Creativity Techniques

23/08/2003 |

By: Jaime Beleta jbeleta@eic.ictnet.es

Foreword TRIZ methodology and related techniques were classified as knowledge-based by Alla Zusman (1). The knowledge-based concept was also used by Seymon Savransky in his proposed definition of TRIZ (2). This classification is accurate and useful … Read More

Case Study – Applying the TRIZ Methodology to Machine Maintenance

22/08/2003 |

By: John Cooney, Darrell Mann

John Cooney Academic Researcher School of Business and Government National University of Ireland, Cork j.cooney@ucc.ie

Darrell Mann Director CREAX nv, Ieper, Belgium darrell.mann@creax.com

Barry Winkless Creax, Ireland bwinkless@eircom.net

1 Introduction For the majority of companies, … Read More

Introducing Matrix 2003 – New research and a new format for the popular TRIZ tool

20/08/2003 |

By: Ellen Domb and Michael Slocum editor@triz-journal.com

We are very pleased to announce the publication of Matrix 2003 by Darrell Mann and Simon Dewulf of CREAX and Boris Zlotin and Alla Zusman of Ideation International. The matrix is an important … Read More

How People Interact with Objects using TRIZ and ASIT

15/08/2003 |

By: Takahara Toshio takahara-t@m.ieice.org

0. Preface I discussed “technology” and “institution” in human life in a previous article, then on this basis I made clear the position of “object” especially “process object” in problem solving and gave the grounds to … Read More

The Integration Of TRIZ Problem Solving Techniques With Other Problem Solving And Assessment Tools

12/08/2003 |

By: Jack Hipple

Principal Innovation-TRIZ Tampa, FL 33647 USA 813-994-9999 jwhinnovator@earthlink.net

TRIZ, as a problem-solving process, is seldom used or brought into an organization in a vacuum. There is almost always an existing structure of tools and processes in use … Read More

The Enigmas from GENERATOR

05/08/2003 |

By: N. Shpakovsky & E. Novitskaya

The Enigmas from GENERATOR N. Shpakovsky & E. Novitskaya, triztrainer@nm.ru, http://gnrtr.com

Why is solving various enigmas a good way to study TRIZ? The thing is that TRIZ generalizes the massive experience gained by the … Read More

Eco-Innovative Examples for 40 TRIZ Inventive Principles

03/08/2003 |

By: Hsiang-Tang Chang and Jahau Lewis Chen Hsiang-Tang Chang and Jahau Lewis Chen, jlchen@mail.ncku.edu.tw Department of Mechanical Engineering, National Cheng Kung University Tainan, TAIWAN

Abstract Eco-innovation always needs inspiration. This paper presents eco-innovative examples for 40 TRIZ inventive principles. These … Read More