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Monthly Archives: January 2005

TRIZ for Software – Using the Inventive Principles

25/01/2005 |

By: Kevin C. Rea OR

1 Introduction When I first learned TRIZ, I believed that using TRIZ for the software domain was possible. I saw areas within Lucent Technologies whereby TRIZ could make major improvements, and using the … Read More

Heuristics for Solving Technical Problems – Theory, Derivation, Application

16/01/2005 |

Abstract Heuristics used by engineers and scientists in solving design-type problems are the non-algorithmic, empirical tricks, tools, and techniques learned academically and from experience. They do not solve problems. Instead they give pause to look at problems in different ways … Read More

A Methodology To Devise Digital Electronic Applications

08/01/2005 |

Norma F. Roffe ITESM-Campus Monterrey, Computer Science Department

Abstract The development of abilities such as creativity and innovation is a challenge for higher education. For Digital Electronics major the challenge is to confront students to design new applications. This … Read More

Sustainable Innovation as a Corporate Strategy

05/01/2005 |

M. Rashid Khan and Mohammed Al-Ansari Intellectual Assets Management, Saudi Aramco, Dhahran 31311, Saudi Arabia.

1. Introduction Something amazing happened in the corporate world. The idea to innovate has captured our imagination. As an example, in 1996, Lucent Technologies’ award … Read More

Innovation in Performance Excellence: Eight Paradigms to Performance Excellence (8PPE)

02/01/2005 |

Michael S. Slocum Vice President of Research and Development Breakthrough Management Group, Inc.

Abstract The objective of this paper is to present a framework that describes a performance excellence system. Six Sigma is showcased as the operating system on … Read More