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Yearly Archives: 2005

Directed VariationÂź – the Talent of the Product

December 30, 2005 |

By: Simon Dewulf

Introduction The ‘Variation’ part of Directed VariationÂź is closely linked to Attribute Listing (early 1930’s), the technique in which a product or a system is divided into parts, and alternatives ways of achieving each (sub) function are … Read More

Report on ETRIA TRIZ Futures 2005

December 29, 2005 |

By: Ellen Domb editor@triz-journal.com

Graz, Austria was the 2003 European Cultural center—perhaps that prepared the city to host the European TRIZ Association meeting in 2005? The bronze sculpture in the left photo is the art museum, that was a … Read More

Report on the “Innovation Through Collaboration” Conference, held at the NASA Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas, Oct. 25-26, 2005.

December 28, 2005 |

By: Abram Teplitskiy, and J. Michelle Edwards, Futron Corporation

The “Innovation Through Collaboration” conference organized by NASA, the Houston Technology Center, Bay Area Houston Economic Partnership, and Rice Alliance was successfully held at the NASA Johnson Space Center in Houston, … Read More

TRIZ and CRM, hand in hand!

December 24, 2005 |

By: Reza Movarrei, Sara R. Vessal, Amir Albadvi

Abstract In today’s competitive world it is not easy to attract costumers and keep them loyal just because of existence of rigorous competition and the increase of customer awareness about competing products … Read More

Introduction of TRIZ to the Process and Levels of Decision Making

December 21, 2005 |

By: Seyed Reza Seyedjavadein and Amir Hossein Fahimi

Seyed Reza Seyedjavadein, Ph.D. University of Tehran reza@seyedjavadein.com

Amir Hossein Fahimi M.A. student of Marketing University of Tehran amir.h.fahimi@gmail.com

Abstract: The aim of this article is to propose a classification for decision … Read More

An Advanced Computer Algorithm for Implementation of TRIZ for Automated Decision-Making

December 19, 2005 |

By: Ashish Mangalampalli

Scholar Computer Science and Engineering Department ICFAI Institute of Science and Technology, ICFAI University 4-102, Jeedimetla, Medchal Road Hyderabad – 500 055, INDIA. Email: amangalampalli2@yahoo.com Surya K Pala Consultant, Wipro Ltd Bangalore, INDIA. Srirama Moorthy Mangalampalli Senior … Read More

The Dynamic Substance – Field Analysis In Ariz

December 16, 2005 |

By: Alexandr Bushuev Alexandr Bushuev Sankt-Petersburg State University of Information Technologies, Mechanics and Optics, Department of Control Systems and Informatics Sankt-Petersburg, Russia E-mail: bushuev@inbox.ru

Introduction In a sense this paper is a continuing and development of the work [1], in … Read More

TOYOTrizzed: How the celebrated TOYOTA Production System is a TRIZ derivative

December 15, 2005 |

By: Ankit Aggarwal, Sundeep Kumar, Tuhina Sikor sundeepkhatri@yahoo.com

This paper is an attempt to showcase & link how one of the world’s most celebrated techniques in manufacturing management and systems employed by TOYOTA are but a derivative of TRIZ.

1. … Read More

Another vision of the 40 Inventive Principles with Applications in Chemical Engineering

December 12, 2005 |

By: Guillermo Cortes Robles, StĂ©phane Negny, Jean Marc Le Lann INPT-ENSIACET, LGC, UMR-CNRS 5503, GĂ©nie Industriel 118, Route de Narbonne 31077 – Toulouse Cedex 04, FRANCE Mail : Guillermo.CortesRobles@ensiacet.fr, Stephane.Negny@ensiacet.fr, JeanMarc.LeLann@ensiacet.fr

Since the first article of (Domb, 1997), with … Read More

Application of Crawler Effect in Construction

December 10, 2005 |

By: Abram Teplitskiy, Roustem Kourmaev

Abram Teplitskiy, Ph.D., Scientific Consultant Roustem Kourmaev, President Advanced Technologies International, Inc., Richardson, TX tepl@sbcglobal.net

We continue to discuss applications of TRIZ for problem solving in construction, and now came time for caterpillar (crawler) effect. … Read More

Results Of A Multi-Company Scale TRIZ Deployment In Hong Kong

December 7, 2005 |

By: Darrell Mann, Matthew Driver, Joseph Poon, Wilson Lam, Rocky Wong, Chan Wai, Alan Cheung, Churchill Tang

Darrell Mann Systematic Innovation Ltd, UK. Phone/Fax: +44 (1275) 342960 E-mail: darrell.Mann@systematic-innovation.com

Matthew Driver Director, Network China Ltd

Joseph Poon, Wilson Lam, Rocky … Read More

Insourcing Innovation by David Silverstein, Neil DeCarlo, and Michael Slocum Reviewed by: Gaetano Cascini, Ralph Czerepinski, and Jim McMunigal

December 6, 2005 |

Book Review: INsourcing Innovation by David Silverstein, Neil DeCarlo, and Michael Slocum. Reviewed by Ruth and Jim McMunigal, Gaetano Cascini, and Ralph Czerepinski.

Editor’s note: Since Michael Slocum is co-editor of The TRIZ Journal and David Silverstein is president of … Read More

Insourcing Innovation by David Silverstein, Neil DeCarlo, and Michael Slocum

December 3, 2005 |

Book Review: INsourcing Innovation by David Silverstein, Neil DeCarlo, and Michael Slocum. Reviewed by Ruth and Jim McMunigal, Gaetano Cascini, and Ralph Czerepinski. Editor’s note: Since Michael Slocum is co-editor of The TRIZ Journal and David Silverstein is president of … Read More

Dynamization evolution of Dry Etch Tools in Semiconductor Device Fabrication

December 2, 2005 |

By: Gordon Cameron

Abstract Engineering Systems follow recognized trends of evolution; the main parameters of a system will evolve driven by the competitive need to increase value. This article provides an overview of the Trend and sub-trends of Increasing Dynamization. … Read More

Official G.S. Altshuller Foundation Annual Report

November 29, 2005 |

OFFICIAL G.S. ALTSHULLER FOUNDATION ANNUAL REPORT October 15, 2005 is the second anniversary of the Official G.S. Altshuller Foundation’s Web site. This site was opened on ’G.S. Altshuller’s birthday in 2003.

In its second year, the website has had over … Read More

Logic of ARIZ

November 26, 2005 |

By: Vladimir Petrov The TRIZ Association of Israel, President E-mail address: vladpetr@netvision.net.il

Abstract Algorithm of inventive problem solving (ARIZ) is a part of theory of inventive problem solving (TRIZ) developed by G. Altshuller. ARIZ consists of a program (sequence of … Read More

Transactional TRIZ, Theory, Application, and Execution, Part III: The Full System

November 23, 2005 |

By: Jack Stuart Jack.Stuart@BankofAmerica.com

This series of articles will make the case for a version of TRIZ that applies for transactional, service or business applications. The first article addressed the relationship between intelligent problem analysis, creativity and components of creative … Read More

Personal Report of The First TRIZ Symposium in Japan

November 16, 2005 |

By: Toru Nakagawa

Held by the Collaborative Board of TRIZ Promoters and Users in Japan on Sept. 1 – 3, 2005, at Shuzenji, Izu, Japan Toru Nakagawa (Osaka Gakuin Univ., Japan), Oct. 9, 2005 [Posted on Oct. 12, 2005]

Editor’s … Read More

First TRIZ Symposium in Japan

November 16, 2005 |

First TRIZ Symposium in Japan Held on Sept. 1-3, 2005, at Shuzenji, Izu

Reports and Presentations (Posted after the Symposium)

Web Master: Toru Nakagawa (Osaka Gakuin Univ.) Posted on: Sept. 20, and Oct. 12, 2005

Japan TRIZ CB has held … Read More

Using TRIZ in Architecture: First Steps

November 12, 2005 |

By: Darrell Mann, Conall Ó Catháin

Abstract: Guided by a strategic philosophy, the TRIZ approach consists of restating a specific design task in a more general way and then selecting generic solutions from general formulations of principle, from previously-identified evolutionary … Read More