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Monthly Archives: May 2005

ALTSHULLER INSTITUTE for TRIZ Studies Newsletter

28/05/2005 |

Dear Ellen,

Record numbers of Newsletter participants! Last month our membership increased by 10%.

That is terrific! Keep up the good work and share this TRIZ Newsletter with a friend. There are 1,000’s of potential subscribers who are not getting … Read More

Space of Problem

25/05/2005 |

by Gennady Kizevich kizevich@list.ru

Let’s split the world into two half-parts: the material world and the ideal world by using an old trick of philosophers and theologians. The image of the problem gets in the ideal world. Object of the … Read More

Systematic Innovation E-Zine

25/05/2005 |

Reviewed by Fabiano de Luca, Marco Aurelio de Carvalho, Peter Schweitzer, Ellen Domb editor@triz-journal.com Subscriptions: http://www.systematic-innovation.com/Subscribe/subscribe01.htm

Published monthly, £25 per year if bought with a book, £30 otherwise. TRIZ Journal readers have been big fans of Darrell Mann’s books Matrix … Read More

TRIZ for Software (T4S) Initiative Update

23/05/2005 |

Kevin C. Rea kevin@trizforsoftware.com

The concept of applying TRIZ to software problems has created some stir – which overall is not a bad thing. Question: TRIZ is designed for technical systems, so is software now a technical system? I believe … Read More

Overall Dataflow Structure for Creative Problem Solving in TRIZ/USIT

17/05/2005 |

Toru NAKAGAWA (Osaka Gakuin University, Japan)

ABSTRACT It has been a common understanding in TRIZ and many other scientific/technological problem solving procedures that instead of trying to go directly from one’s specific problem toward specific solution(s) one should better go … Read More

Application of 40 Inventive Principles in Construction

10/05/2005 |

Abram Teplitskiy, Ph.D., Scientific Consultant Roustem Kourmaev, President Advanced Technologies International, Inc., Richardson, TX tepl@sbcglobal.net Considering construction as many-sided intersection between different brunches of science and technology, we presenting here examples of Inventive principles application in construction. Examples were … Read More

Homes for Strong Families, Children, Seniors and All Others. How Universal Design, Design for All and Forty Principles of TRIZ Enforce Each Other

06/05/2005 |

By Kalevi Rantanen TRIS OY Brahenk. 9 E 18 FIN-20100 TURKU, FINLAND Phone +358 2 251 1623 Mobile +358 50 548 7834 E-mail: kalevi.rantanen@kolumbus.fi http://www.kolumbus.fi/kalran

Accessibility is a “must” in architecture and building industry. In TRIZ jargon accessibility is one … Read More

Hierarchal TRIZ Algorithm

03/05/2005 |

1st Installment– May 2005 Hierarchical TRIZ Algorithms is a how-to TRIZ book. It is designed to assist both beginning and advanced users. Each month, the TRIZ-Journal will publish another chapter of the book. This month’s installment includes the book introduction … Read More